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Survey on training quality of clinical graduates and residencies

CHEN Li, FANG Yan, YU Pei-dong, DONG Yan, LIU Wei, FU Ji-feng   

  1. School of Medical Graduate, Shanghai Jiaotong University, Shanghai 200025, China
  • Online:2013-12-28 Published:2014-01-02


Objective To investigate the status and problems of training quality of clinical graduates and residencies. Methods Cluster sampling method and self-made questionnaire were employed to survey 95 residencies of 2010 grade. The survey evaluated curricula, practical teaching, education management, mentoring, and studying harvest of training process. And the survey data were compared with the evaluating results of clinical graduates. Results The results revealed that mentoring was given the highest score (4.51±0.56), while the lowest was curriculum (3.84±0.40). The overall score was 4.45±0.50. There was significant difference in evaluating results between clinical graduates and residencies (P<0.05). Compared to residencies, in medical graduates, the evaluation score of curricula was higher. There were higher scores of clinical rotation, assessment and training of clinical skills, mentoring of thesis writing in residencies compared to clinical graduates. The mentoring and practical teaching were significantly influencing factors of residencies. Conclusion The residencies were satisfied with quality of the training. The mode of residency training was helpful to improve graduates' clinical competence. However, the administrative staff should pay more attention to clinical practical teaching and daily process management.

Key words: clinical medicine, clinical graduates, residencies, training quality, status