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Emergency medicine residents’ needs assessment for education and training using nationwide survey

대한응급의학회지 2021년 32권 1호 p.61 ~ 68
권태현, 박경혜, 기동훈, 김인병, 김호중, 박송이, 서범석, 윤유상, 이의선, 이형민, 조광현, 최석재,
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권태현 ( Gwon Tae-Hyun ) - Wonju Severance Christian Hospital Department of Emergency Medicine
박경혜 ( Park Kyung-Hye ) - Wonju Severance Christian Hospital Department of Emergency Medicine
기동훈 ( Key Dong-Hune ) - Catholic University College of Medicine Yeouido St. Mary’s Hospital Department of Emergency Medicine
김인병 ( Kim In-Byung ) - Myongji Hospital Department of Emergency Medicine
김호중 ( Kim Ho-Jung ) - Soonchunhyang University Bucheon Hospital Department of Emergency Medicine
박송이 ( Park Song-Yi ) - Dong-A University College of Medicine Department of Emergency Medicine
서범석 ( Seo Bum-Suk ) - Eulji University School of Medicine Nowon Eulji Medical Center Department of Emergency Medicine
윤유상 ( Yoon Yoo-Sang ) - Inje University College of Medicine Department of Emergency Medicine
이의선 ( Lee Eu-Sun ) - Korea University Guro Hospital Department of Emergency Medicine
이형민 ( Lee Hyung-Min ) - Kyung Hee University Hospital Department of Emergency Medicine
조광현 ( Cho Kwang-Hyun ) - Eulji University School of Medicine Nowon Eulji Medical Center Department of Emergency Medicine
최석재 ( Choi Suk-Jae ) - Hawhong Hospital Department of Emergency Medicine

Abstract


Objective: This study was conducted to identify the needs assessment for education and training of emergency medicine (EM) residents.

Methods: The results of a national survey of EM residents of the Korean Society of Emergency Medicine in 2019 were used. Education was one of the five categories in the survey. The preferred learning methods and their perceived importance and ability to perform in nine competencies were assessed. The Borich’s needs assessment model was used to analyze their needs.

Results: Among 591 EM residents, 382 responded, and 371 responses were finally analyzed. Regarding the learning methods, junior residents preferred in-hospital conferences, staff lectures, internet resources, and textbooks. Overall, medical knowledge and procedural skills were the most important, and research was less important to recognize. Medical knowledge showed the highest rank in the needs assessment in all years, and ethics and professionalism showed the lowest ranks. The needs for procedural skills were higher in junior years but lower in senior years.

Conclusion: These results will form the basis for the design of training programs to meet the educational needs of EM residents for each grade. Furthermore, an analysis of the educational needs should be done periodically according to the changes and demands of the times.

키워드

Emergency medicine; Residents; Education; Needs assessment

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