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Revista Clínica de Medicina de Familia

versión On-line ISSN 2386-8201versión impresa ISSN 1699-695X

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CANALS ARACIL, Magdalena; RIESGO GARCIA, Alba  y  SEMFYC (GUAC-SEMFYC). Grupo de Urgencias y Atención Continuada. Training in out-of-hospital emergency services and its adaptation to the new Family and Community Medicine speciality programme.: have we gone forward?. Rev Clin Med Fam [online]. 2013, vol.6, n.3, pp.131-137. ISSN 2386-8201.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4321/S1699-695X2013000300003.

Objective: To establish family and community medicine (FCM) resident rotation in out-of-hospital emergencies and compare its progress during the period 2005-2010. Design: Observational, descriptive and longitudinal study. Location: FCM teaching units. Participants: Those in charge of FCM teaching units. 61,1% responded in 2005 and 60,0% en 2010. Main Surveyed Data: By way of self-administrated questionnaire, comparing its progress between 2005 and 2010, the proportion of residents who carry out primary care duties, emergency services rotation, degree of their supervision and their assessment. Study variables are described by way of calculation of proportions and averages and 95% confidence intervals. Results: In the year 2010, the proportion of teaching units in which FCM residents carried out  primary care duties was 87,7% (IC95% 78,3-97,1), and in 2005, 74,5% (IC95% 62,1-87,0), supervised by family medicine tutors in 61,5% of cases in 2010 (53,7% en 2005). Emergency service rotation was increased by 87,3% to 91,1%. In the SUAP/emergency services, the tutoring of residents was performed by authorized tutors in 53,1% in 2005 and in 51,0% in 2010. Conclusions: Rotation in out-of-hospital emergencies has improved by applying the new speciality programme. The tutoring and assessment of this rotation are in need of improvement.

Palabras clave : Medical emergencies; Medical Education; Family and Community Medicine.

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