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Anesthesia students' attitudes toward the role of anesthesia residents in clinical training
Yousef Mortazavi, Ebrahim Alijanpour, Ome-Leila Rabiee *, Samaneh Babagoli, Robab Nazarpour, Niloofar Dadashi
Department of Anesthesia And Operating Room,School of Para Medicine,Babol University of Medical Sciences,Babol, Iran
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BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVE: Training is essential for learning and clinical training is one of the fundamental parts of community health system. Although the professors have the central role of training in hospitals, the residents have an important role in training. The aim of this study was to determine the anesthesia students' attitudes to the role of anesthesia residents about clinical training.

METHODS: In this cross - sectional study, a researcher-made questionnaire containing two main sections was used and its validity and reliability were confirmed, too. The first section included the questions related to the attitudes of anesthesia students toward the role of anesthesia residents and the second part was related to the comments of anesthesia residents to the anesthesia students. Anesthesia students and residents determined their attitudes by these alternatives such as strongly agree, agree, neutral, disagree and strongly disagree. The questionnaire was distributed among 100 anesthesia students of the third and higher semesters in continuous and non-continuous undergraduate.

FINDINGS: In total, 81 students who completely filled out the questionnaires were entered the study. Students believed that 33.3% of the residents could be successful in compensating the existing education gap, desirably. Also,  48.1% of students stated that the educational affaires were performed better by the residents than the related professors so that the majority of residents, in this regard, had been agreed or neutral. Among them,  32.1% of students agreed on the idea that training only by residents was not better than the current situation (by clinical instructor) and argued that the residents besides instructors improve their practical and clinical activities in addition to the increase of scientific knowledge.

CONCLUSION: According to the findings of this study, students had a desirable attitude toward the role of anesthesia residents. Anesthesia residents considerably help the students in the field of clinical training but this help requires the educational program and increases the motivation of high-year residents in clinical training.

Keywords: Clinical training, Anesthesia students, Anesthesia residents
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2017/03/15 | Accepted: 2017/03/15 | Published: 2017/03/15
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Mortazavi Y, Alijanpour E, Rabiee O, Babagoli S, Nazarpour R, Dadashi N. Anesthesia students' attitudes toward the role of anesthesia residents in clinical training . 3. 2017; 5 (1) :14-20
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دوفصلنامه آموزش پزشکی مرکز مطالعات و توسعه آموزش علوم پزشکی بابل Biannual Journal of Medical Education Education Development Center (edc) Babol University of Medical Sciences
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