The work has focused on reviewing the questions proposed for each of the key informants in the process.
The commitment and active participation have characterized the collaborative work developed by the members of the Research Subcommittee, who in the last sessions on Friday have focused on reviewing the questions that were proposed for each of the key informants of the Institutional Self-evaluation process.
The conference, led by the Vice Chancellor for Research and Prostate, Dr. Eduardo Notte, contemplated the formulation and definition of questions by each of the subgroups of this Subcommission, and the subsequent analysis and consensus of these among the participants.
“We focus on reviewing the questions that were proposed for each of the relevant actors, according to each of the dimensions evaluated in the CNA. We try to reduce the number of questions to be able to deliver suggestions for queries that can be used in the surveys or focus group for the entire research area, ”explained Dr. Cristian Ibáñez, Postgraduate and Postgraduate Director and member of the Subcommission.
The manager also highlighted the work done by the members of the Research Subcommittee: “it has been quite interesting and fruitful, because there has been a good commitment on the part of the members, and that must be valued and rescued. The fact that we are doing this exercise of meeting weekly, analyzing each of the aspects that fall within us to see the criteria of CNA with which we are going to evaluate, on the one hand, has generated that the researchers who are involved are getting to know each other, the groups are already well established, and that is generating synergy among all people, which makes our work stronger ”.
The work done by the Subcommittee will be presented during the plenary scheduled for the next 24 in July.
Written by Gonzalo Lozano, DirCom