A field research on the management of sustainable in-service training of physicians serving primary health care
Keywords:Family Doctor, Family Medicine; Specialist, Primary Health Care, In-Service Training, General Practitioner, SAHU; Diversity Cooperation; Teams; Organizational Effectivenes
This study reviews the management of the in-service training that could contribute to the professional and personal development of the physicians providing primary health care during their post-graduate period. The field study aims to detect the importance and necessity of the in-service training, which is known to provide professional and personal development after graduation in every field of profession, in the health sector, and the approaches of the physicians who provide primary health care on the issue. During the application process, a field study was conducted through an online survey with the participation of 4,034 primary care physicians working in Istanbul. 610 people participated in validly in the study. The opinions, evaluations, and expectations of the physicians about in-service training were measured. In addition, it was tried to determine the knowledge and skill levels of the physicians on these issues by determining the in-service training subjects that physicians deemed necessary for their professional and personal development. The study has three remarkable results. The first result is that physicians care about the in-service training be given in 1-2 hours courses, at least once a month, in a comfortable place such as a hotel and especially with practical methods. The second important result is that the number of physicians who believe that the training should be given by universities and that the training this way will contribute to professional and personal development that constitute the majority. The third result emphasizes that even if the physicians participating in the study find their knowledge and skill levels about preventive healthcare and chronic diseases sufficient, they want to receive more education in this field
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