新医師臨床研修制度と医学部卒業生, 初期および後期臨床研修医の進路の変遷 : 京都大学における例 [in Japanese] Changes in the career options of medical school graduates after enforcement of the new clinical training system [in Japanese]
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We analyzed the career options of students who had graduated from Kyoto University School of Medicine from 2002 through 2009. The percentage of graduates who chose to train as junior residents in the Kyoto University Hospital group, including Kyoto University Hospital and its related hospitals, did not differ between before and after the new clinical training system was enforced; however, after the start of the new system, the percentage of graduates choosing to train at Kyoto University Hospital significantly decreased, and the career options of graduates at hospitals related to the Kyoto University Hospital became diversified. An analysis of physicians who had trained at the Kyoto University Hospital group as junior residents from 2004 through 2008 showed no significant difference in the percentage of senior residents at the Kyoto University Hospital or its related hospitals who had graduated from Kyoto University or any other universities.
- Igaku Kyoiku / Medical Education (Japan)
Igaku Kyoiku / Medical Education (Japan) 43(2), 123-126, 2012-04-25
Japan Society for Medical Education