University of Azuay wellbeing survey 2019

  • Anne Carr Universidad del Azuay
  • Matías Abad Merchán Universidad del Azuay
  • Narcisa Ullauri Universidad del Azuay
Palabras clave: seguridad en el campus, cooperación, accountability, bienestar

Resumen

Integrar la salud en todos los aspectos de la cultura del campus es una de las llamadas a la acción en la Carta Internacional de Okanagan de 2015. El Ministerio de Educación Superior de Ecuador exige que una institución mantenga una unidad administrativa de bienestar destinada a promover los derechos de los miembros de la comunidad académica. La cooperación y la comunicación son fundamentales para mantener un modelo de seguridad y bienestar en el campus. Para guiar el cambio institucional, esta investigación recopiló datos relevantes cuantitativos como cualitativos de estudiantes, maestros y representantes de la administración. Las recomendaciones para un plan de acción de cuatro años se basan en el hallazgo principal de una mayor transparencia y direccionalidad de la rendición de cuentas.

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Publicado
2021-01-01
Cómo citar
Carr, A., Abad Merchán, M., & Ullauri, N. (2021). University of Azuay wellbeing survey 2019. Kairós. Revista De Ciencias Económicas, Jurídicas Y Administrativas, 4(6), 37-51. https://doi.org/10.37135/kai.03.06.03