Occupatinal Status and motivation to enenroll in residency program in Iranian Physicians attending and mitton exam in the 2008
Iranian council on graduate medical education determines the admission rate for freshman residents in Iran. This council looks for evidence on various sources to determine the need for specialist training. This survey is designed to study the occupational status of applicants of residency position who attended the admission exam on the year 2008. The physicians attending the residency admission exam were asked to answer structured questionnaire. Among the 16,262 applicants, 10,816 answered the questions; 52.5% were male with the mean age of 33.2±4.85. The mean age of the females was 29.8±3.69. For 50% of the responders, the main motivation for residency was improving job position followed by attaining job security. Thirty seven percent of the responders described their current occupational situation as un-acceptable. There was a substantial under employment among the responders as they only spent 68% of their time to practice medicine. Under-employment of general practitioners and their occupational situation should be considered in the national health system policy. Precise calibration of freshman admission rate is necessary to prevent the extension of under-employment to specialty level in Iran.
Teb va Tazkiyeh, Volume:18 Issue:1, 2009
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