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Educ Strategy Med Sci 2018, 11(2): 115-122 Back to browse issues page
The Approach of Full-time Faculty Members in Clinical Practice: A Qualitative Study
Mohammad Reza Yousefi Dr 1, Mohammad Hossain Taziki Dr2
1- Master of Medical Education, Coach, Center for the Study of Medical Education, Golestan University of Medical Sciences, Iran , dr.mryousefi@yahoo.com
2- Department of Surgery, Faculty of Medicine, Golestan University of Medical Sciences, Gorgan, Iran
Abstract:   (746 Views)
Introduction: The broad spectrum of faculty tasks, combined with increased efficiency, require full-time and effective participation. Therefore, the activities of faculty members in the health promotion plan are implemented on a full-time basis. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the attitude and function of full-time clinical faculty members in educational activities with optimal therapeutic services in order to meet the needs of people with the lowest concern in paying for the medical expenses of medical staff in Gorgan.
Methods: In this qualitative study, 17 full-time full-time faculty members were selected in the Health Promotion Plan based on the goal. Subsequently, deep, wide, and comprehensive interviews (face to face) were performed to individual data saturation. The text of the Harvey interview was written in Van Mannan was subjected to analysis of the content in four stages. The conceptual concepts (themes) were extracted from it.
Results: Using handwritten analysis, a significant number of themes were extracted from the original and three main themes of the main theme of the theme, each of which was subdivided into sub-themes. Inside the main theme in the three categories are "the benefits and necessity of all members of the clinical faculty in the plan of health evolution with the theme or sub-theme," "challenges 7 with themes or sub-themes," and "5 ways or sub-topics" This is explained in the main and minor themes by sentences of the participants in the study.
Conclusions: It seems that in the implementation of social justice and community access to services and timely response to the needs of the population by benefiting patients from optimal services at a cheaper rate, they require adequate infrastructure and supervision and adequate supervision. It is necessary to ensure that the tariffs and timely payments of the special clinics as their business identity office Maintain and increase their satisfaction. Awareness of the patient's ability to provide responsive training.

Keywords: Full-time Clinical Faculty, Plan Health Access, Responsive Training
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Article Type: Qualitative Research | Subject: Health
Received: 2017/05/14 | Accepted: 2017/11/20 | Published: 2018/05/12
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