A four-block exploratory study was conducted with an electronic online, anonymous questionnaire to study the path of postgraduates from two professional master’s degree classes, as follows: personal, current professional activity, course-professional situation relationship, and open-ended questions for positive/negative points. Results: Most of them remained in the primary care area and public services; in health care and as tutors; developed a course-related work activi-ty, and 75% reported a high impact of the course. A lower effect was perceived in the remunera-tion. A higher effect was noted in the professional training, the networks of relationships, personal growth, and work. The active pedagogical strategies were well evaluated. Conclusion: This is a fea-sible and applicable evaluation method for graduate monitoring systems, and it allows knowing the relationship between training and work.
Engstrom, E. M., Hortale, V. A., & Moreira, C. O. F. (2020). The professional path of postgraduates of a professional master’s degree in primary health care in the municipality of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: An evaluative study. Ciencia e Saude Coletiva, 25(4), 1269–1280. https://doi.org/10.1590/1413-81232020254.30262019