An Empirical Study and Discussion on the Phased Examination of Clinical Licensed Doctor Qualification

HONG-WEI XING, WEI QIN, CHUN-QING ZHANG, JUN-YAN HAN, JUN WANG, QING-GANG XU, XIAO-QIU JIN, RUI ZHONG, SHU-LI ZHANG, XIAO-JIE ZHANG

Abstract


Objective: Explore the results of it empirical study on the phased examination scheme for practicing physician qualification in Qiqihar Medical University. Methods: in 2016, Qiqihar Medical University participated in the research work of the phased examination project for clinical medical practitioners. The subjects of this study were clinical students who completed clinical courses in our university. The research scope was that these students participated in the phased examination for clinical medical practitioners (phase I) empirical study. Design the examination plan, and give it the preliminary implementation. Statistics of the pass rate, skill pass rate and performance analysis of the student's phased examination in 2017 and 2018.The data were compared and statistically processed. Results: From 2017 to 2018, the theoretical pass rate, skill passed rate and total to pass rate all showed an upward trend. The theoretical pass rate of students in 2018 was 23.31% higher than that in 2017, and the difference was statistically significant (P 0.05).Conclusion: The students undefined theoretical pass rate, skill passed rate and total to pass rate are obviously improved through the implementation of the phased examination scheme for the qualification of clinical practitioner in our university. This is of guiding significance of the implementation of the plan to improve the passing rate of the qualification examination for Practitioners and the reform of the teaching work.

Keywords


National Qualification Examination for Medical Practitioners, The Phased Test, Pass Rate.Text


DOI
10.12783/dtem/icem2019/31158

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