The discipline Introduction to Health Evaluation: the training experience on public health graduation
ABSTRACT This paper presents an experience report on the discipline Introduction to Health Evaluation for undergraduate students also as under the teacher as the student perspectives. The teaching perspective considered the students' response to a simulation exercise whose outcome success was the acquisition of competencies (knowledge, know-how and be in interaction), being analyzed by criteria and agreed parameters. The students' experience was captured by questionnaire, including: general assessment, curriculum, expectations, round table, seminars, strengths and problems. The findings reveal integration difficulties with other disciplines and participatory aspects of this questioning approach.