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長谷川, 隆志; 鈴木, 栄一; Hasegawa, Takashi; Suzuki, Eiichi (2007)
Publisher: 新潟医学会
Journal: 新潟医学会雑誌
Languages: Japanese
Types: Research
Subjects: Postgraduate Clinical Training Program, Clinical Training Doctors, Niigata University Medical and Dental Hospital

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It was about one year and ten months after a program for compulsory postgraduate clinical training, Niigata University Postgraduate Clinical Training Program was carried out. In this program, questionnaire surveys by the postgraduate clinical training doctors for evaluation of this program were performed at each change of training course. To improve this program, the evaluation of this program by the training doctors was examined on the bases of these questionnaire surveys. An important problem was that the duration of every course was too short. Almost half numbers of the training doctors were not satisfied with this shortness. And we should pay an attention on that about 10% of the training doctors were at least slightly unsatisfied with every estimated question. Because the total time for this program was fixed, the quality of each course should be improved.
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