The ivory tower from outside and in : a survey of Minnesota surgeons. Discussion.
Society of University Surgeons. Annual meeting. Seattle WA (USA), 1993/02/11.
Increasing competition has eroded the patient base of many university hospitals and may jeopardize their teaching programs. methods.
We questioned all private surgeons (PS), university surgeons (US), and resident surgeons (US) in our state.
Chi-squared analysis was used.
Most PS, US, and RS, respectively, answered « yes » when asked to respond to the following items: whether teaching hospitals were the best way to educate new surgeons (77% versus 96% versus 87%), whether surgery residencies should be based at a university hospital (72% versus 96% versus 91%), and whether PS should refer complicated clinical cases for teaching purposes (75% versus 87% versus 68%).
Mots-clés Pascal : Homme, Etats Unis, Amérique du Nord, Amérique, Minnesota, Questionnaire, Enseignement, Secteur privé
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Human, United States, North America, America, Minnesota, Questionnaire, Teaching, Private sector
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