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Management of postgraduate education in general medicine at the Medical University of Plovdiv

G. Petrova, R. Assenova, G. Foreva, Valentina Madjova

Abstract

The changes in the health care system came along with the more establishing concept of permanent education. Management of the education is crucial for training's quality promotion and professional adaptation of general practitioners (GPs).

MATERIALS AND METHODS: The sociological research is in the form of an anonymous questionnaire. It comprises 79 (sev enty-nine) GPs who have completed the specialization training.

RESULTS AND DISCUSSIONS: The men quota and those of women are equal. The average age is 41.12±6.67 and the average medical length of employment is 13.32±7.21 years. The predominant part of respondents have no specialty (64.56±5.38%), and those who already have one specialty, are specialists in internal medicine or pediatrics. The assessment for the overall organization of learning process - mostly, and it is very good (39.24±5.49%) and good (34.18±5.34%).

CONCLUSION: Interns are not satisfied with the ratio theoretical/practical training. Keeping the same duration and increasing its efficiency could be the expected change.

Scripta Scientifica Medica 2011;V.43(1):43-45


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14748/ssm.v43i1.407

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G. Petrova
Medical University of Plovdiv
Bulgaria

Section Medical pedagogy, Public Health Faculty

R. Assenova
Medical University of Plovdiv
Bulgaria

Section Medical pedagogy, Public Health Faculty

G. Foreva
Medical University of Plovdiv
Bulgaria

Section Medical pedagogy, Public Health Faculty

Valentina Madjova
Medical University of Varna
Bulgaria

Department of Family Medicine

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