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What can affect clinical training programs? A cross sectional study on surgical technology students in Zahedan 2016

(2017) What can affect clinical training programs? A cross sectional study on surgical technology students in Zahedan 2016. Medico-Legal Update. pp. 222-226. ISSN 0971720X (ISSN)

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Introduction: Clinical environments are dynamic. Due to this situation teaching programs are different in these kinds of environments. This would emphasis the important role of clinical mentors in clinical education. For sure recognizing the positive and negative factors which effect on clinical training programs would help to reduce so many problems. This study aimed to find out what are these positive and negative factors. Method: 42 surgical technology students containing graduated associated degree to bachelor students and senior straight bachelor students were included in this survey. The respondents were chosen through a randomized sampling method. The data were analyzed through SPSS v19 by descriptive statistics and T test after collection. Results: Almost young students participated this study while the mean of age was 26.10±6.81. 17 students were males while 25 were female. 23 were senior straight bachelor students while 19 were associated degree to bachelor students. The students mostly agreed with the following questions. In aims and educational program dimension it was: “the prerequisite lessons should be considered for clinical lessons” in mento’s dimension it was:” the mentor comes to work on time”, in interactions with student dimension it was: “the staff have a good corporation with students”, in educational environment dimension it was: “the number of students are proper for learning” and in supervising and evaluating dimension it was: “the educational program in clinics is being well supervised”. Conclusion: All the factors effecting clinical education were in a good range of score in this study, but improving this situation can be a huge step to clinical education development. © 2017, World Informations Syndicate. All rights reserved.

Item Type: Article
Keywords: Clinical training Effecting factors Students adult clinical education cross-sectional study data analysis software female human human tissue major clinical study male mentor randomized controlled trial sampling staff statistics student Student t test surgical technology training
Page Range: pp. 222-226
Journal or Publication Title: Medico-Legal Update
Journal Index: Scopus
Volume: 17
Number: 1
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ISSN: 0971720X (ISSN)
Depositing User: خانم مهدیه رضائی پور

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