ITU and GDHBCA developed two main questionnaires for seaferes and maritime medical doctors by using the five liker scale. Each survey divided into two parts;
“Determining Maritime Health Training Needs Within the Scope of MariHEALTH Project for Seafarers”
“Determining Maritime Health Training Needs Within the Scope of MariHEALTH Project for maritime medical doctors.”
In the first part of the survey, we asked demographic questions; age, gender, type of ship, experiences. In the next part of the survey, we asked questions to evaluate the knowledge about medical assistance/training needs for seafarers, common diseases for seafarers and which trainings will be required for seafarers. Also, we asked to maritime medical doctors’ familiarity level to shipboard environment and maritime diseases. Finally, the most important barriers to maritime health interventions and best practices are tried to be collected by asking to the stakeholders.
Total Quality Management Plan. The plan was produced by AP&A with support from all partners. Specification for this as detailed in the proposal. The plan be served as an internal document that can, in case of restricting available resources, guide the project team to reach project targets and ensure the success of project.
Evaluation Plan. The was developed by UoS as detailed in the proposal. This consists of Project Evaluation Reports on the partner meetings (5), the project’s Intellectual Outputs O1 and O2, the final conference and the general health of the project on a bi-annual basis to be produced by Evaluation Group.