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Assessment of Clinical Education in the Alborz University of Medical Sciences from Surgical Technology and Anesthesiology Students’ Point of View
T. Bahrami Babaheidary, L. Sadati , E. Golchini, E. Mahmudi
Operating Room Group, Paramedical Faculty, Alborz University of Medical Science, Karaj, Iran , L.sadati70@gmail.com
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Introduction: Identifying the strengths and weaknesses in clinical education is necessary for its improvement. To this end, students are the most important source for acquiring necessary information in this field. This study aimed to assess clinical education in the Alborz University of Medical Sciences from surgical technology and anesthesiology students’ Point of View in 2011 Methods: This research was a descriptive-sectional study performed at the Alborz University of Medical Sciences in 2011. Surgical technology and anesthesia students’ view about Clinical Education was evaluated. Assessment tool was a researcher made questionnaire with 35 items that was completed by students Data were analyzed through SPSS software and statistical methods. Results: The results indicated that from surgical technology students’ view, the optimal condition about clinical education was related to dealing with students. However, the field of educational program and goals was first-rated by anesthesia students. In summary, with average score of 74, medical condition was described as “suitable” by surgical technology students. Also, anesthesia students described the condition as “relatively suitable” by average score of 53. Conclusion: Because of surgical technology and anesthesiology students needs to acquire clinical skills along with theoretical training, providing suitable clinical environment seems to be critical to achieve essential in-depth experience in professional aspects.
Keywords: Condition-clinical education; Surgical technologist; Anesthesiology student
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: General
Received: 2013/01/06 | Accepted: 2018/11/12 | Published: 2018/11/12



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