1 School of Health Professions Education, Faculty of Health, Medicine and Life Sciences, Maastricht University, Maastricht, The Netherlands. firstname.lastname@example.org Diaconessenhuis Leiden, The Netherlands3 Postgraduate Medical Council of Victoria, St Vincent’s Hospital4 Copenhagen Academy for Medical Education and Simulation, The Capital Region of Denmark5 Centre for Medical Education, McGill University6 Maastricht University medical Centre7 Maastrict University Medical Centre
an international comparison
Previous research has shown that Dutch medical residents feel inadequate in certain management areas: 85% had a need for management training and reported preferences on the format of such training. Our objective was to explore if the perceived deficiencies and needs among Dutch residents were similar to those of their peers in other countries, and if a longer duration of the incorporation of the CanMEDS competency framework into curricula as well as management training had an influence on these perceptions.
B M C Medical Education, 2013, Vol 13
Attitude of Health Personnel; Australia; Canada; Clinical Competence; Curriculum; Denmark; Education, Medical, Graduate; Female; Health Services Administration; Humans; Internship and Residency; Male; Needs Assessment; Questionnaires; Sex Factors