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AminAlRoaya, Yarmohammadiian, Ehsanpour, Hassan zadeh, Bahrami S. Educational Needs Assessment of the Staff Managers in Isfahan University of Medical Sciences. jha. 2005; 8 (20) :61-67
URL: http://jha.iums.ac.ir/article-1-138-en.html

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Introduction: IOrganization managers, due to changes, encounter new situations which require new information as well as specific specialties therefore, it is essential to enhance their knowledge through proper training courses based on their real needs. This study was conducted in Isfahan University. of Medical. Sciences- 2004 for : - assessing the training needs of the staff managers in technical , perceptual and human domains, - Prioritizing the needs, - and determining the relation between their needs and organizational status.

Methods: This cross - sectional, descriptive - survey study was done in 2004. The research population, used as sample population too, was 115 managers of Isfahan Univ. Data was collected using a questionnaire , the reliability and validity of which was evaluated using coefficient alpha r = 0.97. The completed questionnaires were analyzed through descriptive & inferential statistics. 

Findings: The most educational need was observed in technical domain (x=3.45) and the perceptual and human domains followed respectively (x=3.36 , x=3.33). There was also a significant difference between different domains and education , age , job experience , management experiment and academic status of the sample population, but no significant difference was observed between gender, responsibility and needs in different domains. 

Conclusion: It is suggested to determine the managers' training needs & provide them with appropriate short or long - term training courses.

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Received: 2008/11/1

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