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Pohled mladých anesteziologů a intenzivistů na specializační vzdělávání v oboru anesteziologie a intenzivní medicína v České republice: dotazníková studie

Title in English The View of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Medicine Trainees on Specialty Education in the Czech Republic: Questionnaire Study


Year of publication 2019
Type Article in Periodical
Magazine / Source Anesteziologie a intenzivní medicína
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Medicine

Keywords trainees; preparation for specialty examinations; educational conditions; educational program; questionnaire; survey
Description Goal: So far there have been no data describing specialization education from the perspective of the trainee doctors in preparation for specialty examinations. The aim of the questionnaire study was to learn about the opinions and experience of trainee doctors with pre-exam education in the specialty of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Medicine. Type of study: Survey Materials and methods: The target group was AIM doctors in specialized training up to 35 years of age. They were addressed personally at educational events, electronically via Facebook or through their educational leads. Data collection took place between 09/2017 and 09/2018. The results were evaluated using descriptive statistics (MS Excel). Results: In the period of 09/2017-09/2018, a total of 244 physicians participated in the event. Nearly 90% of respondents knew the identity of their educational lead. 54% of the respondents admitted that they did not entirely complete the scope of the pre-exam preparation according to the educational program of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Medicine, breaking down as 50% of trainee doctors from university hospitals. 52% from regional hospitals, 60% from district hospitals and 67% of trainee doctors from municipal or other hospitals. Conclusion: Despite the limitations of the scope of the questionnaire, it is clear that the doctors in training are not indifferent to the conditions for obtaining the specialty examinations, and that the study can serve as a good stepping stone for further improvement of AIM training conditions.

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