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MIRON-CANELO, José A.; IGLESIAS-DE SENA, Helena  and  ALONSO-SARDON, Montserrat. Valuation of the students about his formation in the Faculty of Medicine. Educ. méd. [online]. 2011, vol.14, n.4, pp.221-228. ISSN 1575-1813.

Aim: To know and to analyze the knowledge and opinions that have the pupils of sixth year of medicine on the education-learning of the master. Subjects and methods: A transversal study is realized from the primary information contributed by a survey that is applied to 225 pupils of sixth degree of Medicine. Results: Of the whole of polled pupils, 208 (95%; 95% CI = 95 ± 3) is not considered to be formed to exercise the Medicine, and 214 (96%; 95% CI = 96 ± 3) is not qualified to exercise the Medicine. The global quality of the formation received in the pregrade is valued by 55% (95% CI = 55 ± 7) of the pupils by an average score of 3 for a scale of 1-5. With regard to the formative components, the theoretical formation is valued very positively and negatively the clinical and social skills and the communication, the attitudes and the aspects related to the management. The MIR test has determined as methodology. For 169 pupils (75%; 95% CI = 75 ± 6), the MIR test has determined formation so much contained (70%; 95% CI = 70 ± 3) as methodology (58%; 95% CI = 58 ± 6). Conclusions: Globally, a positive evolution exists between 1999 and 2008-2010. The results of this work reveal the need to introduce changes in the process of education learning of the Medicine that the effective formation and satisfaction improve.

Keywords : Medical education; Students; University education.

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