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Final year medical studentsí satisfaction with clinical education and family medicine module. Suez Canal University. Egypt

Hend Mikhail Salama, Hebatallah Nour-Eldein.

Abstract
Background: Satisfaction is an indirect performance measure to the effectiveness of a curriculum. Faculties which
provide professional education should be concerned with studentsí satisfaction as an educational process outcomes.
Objective 1- to evaluate medical studentsí satisfaction with clinical education and factors in the organizational domain
that could influence their satisfaction. Objective 2- to evaluate the studentsí satisfaction with family medicine module.
Methods: This was a cross sectional descriptive analytic study carried out between September and October, 2015.
Convenience sampling was used and It included all 136 final year medical students in Suez Canal University. The first
questionnaire was used to evaluate the medical studentsí satisfaction with clinical education. Student Perception of Module
(SPOM) questionnaire with 18 items was used to evaluate the studentís perception of family medicine (FM) module.
Results: The study included 136 students and the mean age was 23.5 (0.45) years. Overall satisfaction with clinical
education was 86.8%. The majority of study sample (85.3%) was satisfied with outpatient training. Most of the study sample
was satisfied with bedside and theoretical training (76.5% & 77.9 %) respectively. Studentsí satisfaction with family medicine
modules revealed that across 80% of the 18 items, strong satisfaction ranged from 61.8% to 42.6%. Conclusion: Future
reevaluation of clinical education in Suez Canal University is recommended with consideration of the variety of diseases
and improving instructor experience in bedside teaching. Reviewing FM module is recommended with special concern to
make the students look the profession in positive way and to be intellectually more stimulating.

Key words: Clinical education; Satisfaction; Students



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