|Title:||Preregistration programme for medical practice: a survey of Cypriot trainees [2000 and 2002]|
|Abstract:||This paper reports the attitudes of medical school graduates participating in the preregistration training programme in Cyprus. There were 2 independent samples, one in the year 2000 of 34 trainees and one in 2002 of 45 trainees. The trainees responded to 45 statements of attitude on a 5-point Likert scale covering 3 areas: workload, educational environment and lifestyle issues. The sample means for each statement were reported in both years and differences between the 2 years were analysed. In general, the trainees had an overall neutral to negative attitude towards the programme in both years and there was little change over the 2 years|
|Keywords:||Attitude of Health Personnel|
Medical Staff, Hospital
Health Knowledge, Attitudes, Practice
|Subject:||Education, Medical, Continuing|
|Appears in Collections:||EMRO Journal Articles (EMHJ)|
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