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>Journals >Multimed >Year 2018, Issue 1


Fernández BO, Garcés RCA
Characterization of medical interns in the management of gynecological and gynecological emergencies, 2016
Mul Med 2018; 22 (1)

Language: Español
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Page: 51-65
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ABSTRACT

A descriptive study was conducted related to the providers of obstetrics and gynecology at the Kimberley Hospital, South Africa, with the aim of establishing determinants that could contribute to the performance of medical interns in the treatment of patients. Previous characterization of the interns, according to university of origin and year of internship, these variables were correlated with those related to quality in the provision of services. The low level of knowledge, information, poor level of creativity, insufficient supervision and the previous non-rotation by the obstetrics and gynecology service were identified as the main deficiencies in the management of patients. It is recommended the reorganization of the internship cycle so that students acquire experiences and skills in the management of gynecological obstetric emergencies, develop interventionist strategies such as the preparation and implementation of good clinical practice guidelines and the pertinent evaluation of adherence.


Key words: internship and residency, health personnel, task performance and analysis, quality management, practice guidelines.







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