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>Journals >Cirugía y Cirujanos >Year 2011, Issue 2


González-Martínez JF, García-García JA, Arnaud-Viñas MR, Arámbula-Morales EG, Uriega-González PS, Mendoza-Guerrero JA
Assessment of educational satisfaction by medical residents
Cir Cir 2011; 79 (2)

Language: Español
References: 43
Page: 156-167
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ABSTRACT

Background: Modern medical education is focused on students, and it is necessary to assess its level of satisfaction. A questionnaire was validated and we then conducted a study about the educational satisfaction level of medical residents of the Hospital General of Mexico.
Methods: An observational, descriptive, cross-sectional and prospective study was conducted. A questionnaire of 21 items was validated and then applied to a representative sample of medical residents. Each item was evaluated with a scale from 0 to 10 and then gathered in groups: 0-5 = poor, 6-7 = average, 8 = good, 9 = very good, and 10 = excellent. Descriptive and inferential statistics were carried out using SPSS v.17.0.
Results: The questionnaire had internal validity with Cronbach’s alpha ›0.91 by item. Included in the study were 355 medical residents representing 37 different specialties. The performance perception of the ìheadî professors showed a wide heterogeneity: excellent (23.7%), very good (20.6%), good (16.9%), average (23.1%), poor (15.8%). Fourth-year residents and upward valued the educational performance higher (p = 0.001) as well as medical/surgical residents (p = 0.02). Intermediate-level residents valued the professor higher (p = 0.001), similar to students who were married or living with a partner (p ‹0.001). Upon contrasting the evaluation of the teacher’s performance with the overall course performance, a linear, direct and significant correlation was obtained with Spearman’s correlation coefficient = 0.78 and regression coefficient (p ‹0.001).
Conclusions: We found a wide range of heterogeneity of results. Performance of the professors was the basic component to judge the quality of the residents’ courses.


Key words: Medical residents, satisfaction, medical education.


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