Current status of dermatology residency training in Saudi Arabia: trainees' perspectives
AbstractA cross-sectional survey was conducted to look at different aspects of dermatology residency programmes in Saudi Arabia from the residents' perspective. Self-administered questionnaires about future plans, academic activities, examinations, training, workload, surgical procedures, residents' rights and satisfaction were distributed to all 27 residents in all training centres during March-May 2004; 22 [81%] responded. The survey found that 50% of residents were not satisfied with their training and felt they were inadequately trained. Experience of performing certain procedures was much less than for residents in a similar study in the United States of America, and 50% of residents had not received any dermatologic surgery training. Moreover, 36% of residents had been verbally humiliated during their training
AlGhamdi, K.M. (2008). Current status of dermatology residency training in Saudi Arabia: trainees' perspectives. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/117544
EMHJ - Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal, 14 (5), 1185-1191, 2008
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