Evaluation of Conference

The Evaluation Survey was submitted to the 75 registered participants. 70% or 52 participants completed the survey.

Below you will find average values. A full evaluation with bar charts can and written comments can be downloaded in pdf-format here.

All items are listed below and in the detailed pdf-version, with the exception of evalutations of individual paper and poster presentations as these were presentations of work in progress. Those of you who would like to receive your individual paper session and poster “scores” can contact Cecilia Fahlström at cefah09@student.sdu.dk.

As you will see the overall evaluation of the conference is very positive with an overall judgment of 4,54 (4=Good and 5= Excellent).

Congratulations to the following who will receive a bottle of wine for highest evaluations in their groups:

Keynote Lectures: Kenneth Pargament: 4,45 (closely followed by Harold Koenig 4,43 and Kevin Ladd  4,41).

Paper Sessions: Gabriela Otty – 4,75

Poster Sessions: Elisabeth Assing Hvidt – 3,25

Evaluation of Conference on Research in Faith and Health 17-19 May 2010

Average analysis:

(1: Poor, 2: Acceptable, 3: Average, 4: Good, 5: Excellent)

Average
General Aspects – Overall Judgment 4.54
General Aspects – Organisation (Invitation, correspondence) 4.58
General Aspects – Pre Conference Material (Program – printet and on-line) 4.42
General Aspects – Abstract Booklet 4.34
General Aspects – Other Material Received at Check-In Desk 4.28
General Aspects – Conference Facilities (Auditorium) 4.56
General Aspects – Conference Facilities (Group Rooms) 4.34
General Aspects – On-Line Registration 3.93
General Aspects – Conference Fee 3.98
General Aspects – Social event 1 (Guided tour) 4.44
General Aspects – Social event 2 (River cruise, aperitif with the penguins) 4.70
General Aspects – Conference Dinner 4.62
General Aspects – Coffee Breaks 4.00
General Aspects – Lunch in University Cafeteria 3.56
General Aspects – Closing Aperitif 4.41
Hotel – please name your hotel under “Comments” – Overall Judgment 3.87
Keynote Lectures – Introduction & Welcome N C Hvidt & P la Cour 4.36
Keynote Lectures – Harold G. Koenig 4.43
Keynote Lectures – Kenneth I. Pargament 4.45
Keynote Lectures – David M. Wulff 4.12
Keynote Lectures – Panel Discussion (17 May) 3.96
Keynote Lectures – Arndt Büssing 4.00
Keynote Lectures – Fereshteh Ahmadi 3.80
Keynote Lectures – Kevin Ladd 4.41
Keynote Lectures – Panel Discussion (18 May) 4.48
Keynote Lectures – Tor Johan Grevbo 4.21
Paper Presentations 17 May  – Session 1: Religion and long life – Overall Judgment 4.07
Paper Presentations 17 May – Session 2: Religious coping in a Northern European context – Overall Judgment 4.00
Paper Presentations 17 May – Session 3: Prayer, Meditation, Health and Coping 4.57
Paper Presentations 18 May – Session 1: Conceptualizing and measuring the field of meaning making and health – Overall Judgment 4.30
Paper Presentations 18 May – Session 2: Cancer and religious change – qualitative approaches – Overall Judgment 3.90
Paper Presentations 18 May – Session 3: Bad health and existential narrative – Overall Judgment 4.33
Paper Presentations 19 May – Session 1: Pastoral care, Chaplaincy and Psychotheraphy – Overall Judgment 4.00
Paper Presentations 19 May – Session 2: Spiritual aspects of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) 3.67
Paper Presentations 19 May – Session 3: The nature of existential concerns in secular society 4.00