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Title: Feasibility of Developing Audiovisual Material for Training Needs in a Vietnam Orphanage: A Mixed-Method Design
Authors: Jovellar Isiegas, Patricia
Jiménez Sánchez, Carolina ORCID
Buesa-Estelléz, Almudena SCOPUSID
Gómez-Barreiro, Pilar ORCID
Alonso-Langa, Inés ORCID
Calvo Carrión, Sandra ORCID SCOPUSID
Francín-Gallego, M.
Keywords: Disabled children; International cooperation; Online training; Mixed-method research; Physical therapy
Issue Date: 10-Feb-2023
Publisher: MDPI
Citation: Jovellar-Isiegas, P.; Jiménez-Sánchez, C.; Buesa-Estéllez, A.; Gómez-Barreiro, P.; Alonso-Langa, I.; Calvo, S.; Francín-Gallego, M. Feasibility of Developing Audiovisual Material for Training Needs in a Vietnam Orphanage: A Mixed-Method Design. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 2023, 20, 3118.
Abstract: Disabled children living in orphanages in low-income countries may not have access tothe therapy they need. The COVID-19 pandemic has complicated the situation dramatically, makingonline training activities a possible innovative option to meet the real needs of local staff. This studyaimed to detect the training needs of the local staff of an orphanage in Vietnam, as well as develop anaudiovisual training material and measure its feasibility. Training needs were identified through afocus group carried out by the volunteers of Fisios Mundi, a nongovernmental organization. Theaudiovisual training material was developed to meet these specific needs. Lastly, its feasibility wasevaluated, in terms of both content and format, through an ad hoc questionnaire. Nine volunteersparticipated in the project. Twenty-four videos were created and structured around five themes.This study expands the body of knowledge on how an international cooperation project can bedeveloped in a pandemic situation. The audiovisual training material content and format created inthis project was considered by the volunteers as very feasible and useful for training the staff of aVietnamese orphanage.
ISSN: 1660-4601
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