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Table 4 MPH DT Survey – Self-Rated Experience using a five-point Likert scale

From: Teaching design thinking as a tool to address complex public health challenges in public health students: a case study

In relation to the DT Block, the student 2019/2020 (n = 22) 2020/2021 (n = 30) * Significance
  Mean (s.d.) Mean (s.d.) p valuea
Enjoyed the block b 1.45 (0.67) 1.8 (0.76) n.s
Recommends keeping it in the MPH Curriculac 1.55 (0.91) 1.67 (0.76) 0.043
  1. MPH Master of Public Health, DT Design Theory, s.d Standard Deviation
  2. *1 missing vaue
  3. aPearson’s Chi-Square test
  4. bStudents were asked to rate their enjoyment of the block on a scale of 1 (Definitely yes) – 5 (Definitely not)
  5. cStudents were asked if they recommended keeping the DT block in the curricula on a scale of ‘1 – Definitely yes’ to 5 – Definitely not’