Assessment of Medical Students ‘Satisfaction in Training Hospital of Private Part in Iran

Fatemeh mosavi


Background: clinical education is one of the important section of the medical education that student spend many weeks in different clinical departments for acquiring clinical skills and competencies. The purpose of the study was to survey medical students’ satisfaction with clinical education during medical internship in training hospital of private part in Tehran, Iran.Methods: A cross-sectional descriptive analytic study was conducted in 2017 on all students and interns of training hospital of private part in Tehran, Iran. 583 medical students of the last year (fifth and sixth year) completed the satisfaction questionnaire of clinical education and education in various clinical departments during the replacement period in hospitals affiliated to University. Each questionnaire question had a closed response. Results: In general, students were dissatisfied with the clinical education of 25.20% and 74.80%. From the point of view of the relationship between the four areas of satisfaction questionnaire (quality of executive regulations and the effectiveness of clinical teaching professors.Conclusion: Access to resources for proper and adequate education, the adequacy of appropriate educational environments for students, and the satisfaction of schedules and programs in hospitals did not show any significant relationship with age, sex, marital status, residence status and education. However, the result of this study showed that most of the students were dissatisfied with clinical education and their satisfaction was not related to demographic variables.

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