東日本大震災時の巡回診療参加による医学生の学習態度と進路への影響  [in Japanese] Effects of participation in medical support teams for areas devastated by the Great East Japan Earthquake on learning attitudes and future careers of medical students  [in Japanese]

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    • 田畑 雅央 Tabata Masao
    • 東北大学病院卒後研修センター|宮城県医師育成機構 Graduate Medical Education Center, Tohoku University Hospital|Organization for Physicians' Career Promotion of Miyagi Prefecture
    • 加賀谷 豊 Kagaya Yutaka
    • 東北大学病院卒後研修センター|東北大学大学院医学系研究科総合地域医療研修センター Graduate Medical Education Center, Tohoku University Hospital|Comprehensive Education Center for Community Medicine, Tohoku University Graduate School of Medicine
    • 石井 誠一 Ishi Seiichi
    • 東北大学大学院医学系研究科医学教育推進センター Office of Medical Education, Tohoku University Graduate School of Medicine
    • 亀岡 淳一 Kameoka Jun-ichi
    • 東北大学大学院医学系研究科医学教育推進センター Office of Medical Education, Tohoku University Graduate School of Medicine
    • 金塚 完 Kanatsuka Hiroshi
    • 東北大学大学院医学系研究科医学教育推進センター Office of Medical Education, Tohoku University Graduate School of Medicine
    • 八重樫 伸生 Yaegashi Nobuo
    • 東北大学病院卒後研修センター|東北大学大学院医学系研究科婦人科学分野・周産期医学分野 Graduate Medical Education Center, Tohoku University Hospital|Department of gynecology and obstetrics, Tohoku University Graduate School of Medicine

Abstract

<br>[背景]東日本大震災時,東北大学病院は被災地の避難所等への巡回診療を行い,医学生も参加した.このような機会が医学生の学習態度や進路にどう影響を与えるかは未検討である.<br>[方法]参加した医学部学生19名に対し,東日本大震災時の巡回診療参加による学習態度と進路への影響を質問紙法で調査した.結果は単純集計で分析した.<br>[結果]多くの学生は被災者を前にして何もできなかったという無力感から,より熱心に勉強する必要を感じ,将来東北地方で医療に従事することを考えるようになった.<br>[考察]巡回診療参加は,医学生にとって,特に医療の社会性を学ぶことで,学習意欲が向上し,将来の進路について考える機会になると思われた.

  Introduction: The Great East Japan Earthquake and tsunami of March 11, 2011, devastated large areas of northeastern Japan. Medical students participated in the medical support teams dispatched by Tohoku University Hospital to the devastated areas. However, whether participation in such medical support teams affects the learning attitudes and future careers of medical students has not been examined.<br>  Methods: We used a questionnaire to investigate how 19 students who participated in medical support teams thought their participation would affect their learning attitudes and future careers. We analyzed the results by simple tabulation.<br>  Results: After participating, many students thought that they would have to study harder because they had been able to do nearly nothing by themselves for the people in the devastated areas. They also stated that they wanted to work in the Tohoku district in the future.<br>  Discussion: These results suggest that the participation of medical students in medical support teams for devastated areas encourages them to study harder, probably because they recognize the importance of health care in society. The results also suggest that participation provides students with opportunities to consider their future careers from a different point of view.

Journal

  • Igaku Kyoiku / Medical Education (Japan)

    Igaku Kyoiku / Medical Education (Japan) 43(4), 309-314, 2012

    Japan Society for Medical Education

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