Intage Holdings Co., Ltd. Lifelong learning by doctors “Why is anxiety about medical skills” 71.4% Real li fe or what kind of lifelong learning are you doing?
INTAGE Holdings Co., Ltd.
71.4% of lifelong learning by doctors, “Anxiety about medical skills” is real or web, what kind of lifelong learning are you doing? Survey of lifelong learning of doctors with simple web survey “TenQuick”
INTAGE Healthcare Co., Ltd. (Head office: Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, President: Yoshi Yoshiya) and Kyowa Planning Co., Ltd. In addition, we conducted a simple web survey (TenQuick) on “Lifelong Learning for Doctors”.
From the survey results, the motivation for lifelong learning and the contents of lifelong learning are now clear.
1. Lifelong learning where 98.1% of physicians recognize the need. 73.7% of doctors are doing it, why are they not?
The “Doctor’s Clinical Training Guidance Guidelines (Fiscal 2020 version)” issued by the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare mentions the “Attitude to learn together throughout life” as one of the specific qualities and abilities required of doctors. Physicians themselves are strongly aware of the necessity of lifelong learning for doctors, and 98.1% answered that it is “necessary”. On the other hand, only 73.7% of doctors answered that they are conducting lifelong learning.
Reasons for not conducting lifelong learning are that 88% of doctors 35 years of age or younger are “unable to be busy” and 69.5% of those who cannot “be tired” have room for lifelong learning in their busy daily work. I can see that there is no. In addition, 64.9% of doctors over the age of 50 said that they can’t afford to find out if there is content they want to attend, and it seems that there is a hurdle in the search itself as to what kind of learning content is there in the first place. .
2． There are many doctors whose lifelong learning is triggered by lack of skills in daily medical care, and the implementation of lifelong learning such as study sessions that are more realistic than the Web such as e-learning occupies many
When do doctors actually feel the need for lifelong learning and what kind of lifelong learning is being carried out?
The most common cause of lifelong learning was “I felt a lack of skills in daily medical care”, followed by “Therapeutic guidelines were issued and revised”. Young doctors who are inexperienced often feel lack of skills in daily medical care, and there is a glimpse of the actual situation of devoting time to lifelong learning in the absence of time.
The most common contents of lifelong learning conducted were “Participation in Academic Meetings” for 82.3% for paid services and 81.9% for “Reference to Clinical Trial Guidelines” for free (or close to free).
Real “study groups” have a high rate of active participation even if they are paid, but it is clear that the use of paid e-learning is not progressing. E-learning, which enables efficient lifelong learning for busy doctors, may have room for further use.
3． What is lifelong learning content that matches the direction of the doctor? [Image 4
Regarding the direction of lifelong learning, we confirmed whether to carry out lifelong learning with a weight in either direction of “enhancing expertise” or “aiming to become a general physician”. As a result, the percentage of respondents who “reinforce expertise” increased in all ages, but veteran doctors tended to have a higher ratio of “aiming to be a general physician” than younger and mid-career employees.
For busy doctors, it turns out that an environment where lifelong learning content can be selected more effectively is important. For example, doctors who are relatively inexperienced may be able to improve their skills in daily practice efficiently by promoting the use of e-learning in addition to study sessions that can enhance their expertise. . In addition to strengthening specialized fields, veteran doctors may be expected to present lifelong learning content, including a comprehensive perspective, in a more understandable and easy-to-read form.
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