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Korean Journal of Medical Education 2006;18(1): 87-95. doi: https://doi.org/10.3946/kjme.2008.18.1.87
개원의 의사연수교육 인식 및 만족도
유승윤
대한의사협회 의료정책연구소
Survey of CME Recognition and Satisfaction among Primary Care Physicians
Seung Yoon Yoo
Research Institute for Healthcare Policy, Korean Medical Association, Seoul, Korea.
Corresponding Author: Seung Yoon Yoo, Tel: 02)794-2474, Fax: 02)795-2900, Email: yoon@kma.org
ABSTRACT
PURPOSE: This study aims to examine the level of recognition and satisfaction of continuing medical education(CME) among primary care physicians. METHODS: A survey was conducted on the physicians in the primary care sector and the response rate was 39.7%(1,192/3,000). Collected responses were processed through SPSS 11.0 statistics program. RESULTS: The survey showed that 91.9% of the respondents completed their CME courses. 48.1% considered CME necessary through inefficient in the way it carried out. 37.0% of those who did not complete their CME requirements replied that they see CME as unnecessary. Regarding overall satisfaction with hosting organizations, academic societies were given 3.50/ 5.00, medical universities and hospitals 3.40/5.00, and medical associations 3.16/5.00. CONCLUSION: The survey shows that the meaning and significance of CME is diminishing gradually. These results could provide with some guidelines on further CME policies including CME regulation amendment, evaluation and accreditation procedure.
Keywords: CME;Satisfaction;Recognition
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