Igaku Kyoiku / Medical Education (Japan)
Online ISSN : 2185-0453
Print ISSN : 0386-9644
ISSN-L : 0386-9644
The Attempt to Develop a “Model Program” on the Basis of the Objectives Established by the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare in the New Postgraduate Clinical Training System
Kazuhiko KIKAWAMasahiro TANABEKiyoshi KITAMURAHayato KUSAKAMasamune SHIMOKatsusada TAKAHASHIYujiro TANAKATadashi MATSUMURATakao MORITAKunihiko MATSUITakashi OHBAHirotsugu KOHROGIOsamu SHIMODATaichi TAKEDAJunichi TANIGUCHITatsuya TSUJIHiroyuki HATA
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2006 Volume 37 Issue 6 Pages 367-375

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Clinical training programs play an extremely important role in the new postgraduate clinical training system introduced in 2004 because facilities for clinical training now include various health-related institutions in addition to the university hospitals and special hospitals for clinical training used in the previous system. Although educational goals have been established by the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare, trainees may have difficulty achieving these goals, even under the guidance of staff at the various facilities. There are differences in the function and quality of health-related institutions in the community. For the practical and convenient application of educational goals, we have attempted develop a “model program” to supplement the objectives indicated by the learning goals with more specific objectives. These supplementary objectives can be modified by individual institutions. We hope that this “model program” contributes to the development of objectives for each institution and helps improve the quality of the postgraduate training system in Japan.

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