Precise management of refresher doctors in the Department of Ultrasound
ZHAO Rui-na, ZHANG Bo, LI Jian-chu, XUE Jun, XI Xue-hua, GAO Qiong, JIANG Yu-xin
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Objective To investigate the problems existing in the work and study of refresher doctors in the Department of ultrasound in Peking Union Medical College Hospital(PUMCH) through questionnaire, in order to achieve precise management. Methods Refresher doctors in the department of ultrasound in PUMCH from April 2009 to September 2017, were asked to fill an electronic questionnaire on the WeChat platform. The questionnaire included gender, age, the professional title, the educational background, the grade of the hospital, the goal of the study, the satisfaction rate of teaching programs and job arrangement, the gains of the study and self-evaluation, etc. According to the educational background, professional title or grade of the hospital, they were divided into different groups. The differences of goals, satisfaction rate of teaching programs and job arrangement, main gains, number of articles and new technologies among different groups were analyzed. Results A total of 110 questionnaires were sent out, and 105 valid questionnaires were collected, and the effective rate was 95.5%. The need for management was significantly different, increasing in the order of the resident group, attending physician group and associate professor or professor group. Sixteen of the 17 refresher doctors (94.1%) who participated in the management of refresher doctors, believed that the experience of management was helpful. The number of articles was significantly different, increasing in the order of the resident group, attending physician group and associate professor or professor group. The satisfaction rate for teaching programs, job arrangement, the rate of publication of articles and development of new technologies were 87.6%, 54.3%, 22.9% and 45.7%, respectively. Conclusions The precise teaching programs make a high satisfaction, but the job arrangement, the training of new technologies and research capacity need to be further refined.