Yıl: 2023 Cilt: 62 Sayı: 4 Sayfa Aralığı: 507 - 514 Metin Dili: İngilizce DOI: 10.19161/etd.1194225 İndeks Tarihi: 20-12-2023

The effects of covid-19 pandemic on the educational status of medical residents of anesthesiology in Türkiye – a survey analysis

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Aim: COVID-19 has been one of the biggest challenges that education systems have ever faced. The aim of this study is to determine the educational deficiencies of Medical Residents of Anesthesiology and Reanimation during the COVID-19 pandemic in Turkey. Materials and Methods: Our study was carried out after the approval of the Ministry of Health and Ege University Medical Faculty Hospital Ethics Committee. This study is a cross-sectional survey study. A web-based questionnaire containing 32 questions was sent to the Anesthesiology and Reanimation Specialization Students in Education and Research Hospitals and University Hospitals in Turkey, in a computer environment, by sending it via e-mail with the approval of the Turkish Society of Anesthesiology and Reanimation. Results: The training hours decreased significantly in both University Hospitals and Ministry of Health Training and Research Hospitals (p<0.001). This decrease was significantly higher in Ministry of Health Training and Research Hospitals than in University Hospitals (p=0.032). The resident training process during the pandemic has been interpreted as tiring by 89%, stressful by 85%, and humiliating by 35% of the participants. Conclusion: During the COVID-19 pandemic period, anesthesia assistants both actively participated in COVID-19 patient treatment and continued their operating room missions. During this period assistant training was delayed or canceled. Considering the continuity of the pandemic, we think that we need to develop online training programs and determine the service-training balance well to protect the future of our expertise. These results reveal that residency training should be reorganized during the pandemic period.
Anahtar Kelime: COVID-19 anesthesia education resident

Covıd-19 pandemisinin Türkiye’deki anestezi asistanlarının eğitim durumuna etkisi-anket çalışması

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Amaç: COVID-19 salgını, eğitim sistemlerinin bugüne kadar yüzleştiği en büyük sorunlardan birisi olmuştur. Bu çalışmanın amacı COVID-19 pandemi döneminde Türkiye’de Anesteziyoloji ve Reanimasyon asistanlarının eğitim eksikliklerini belirlemektir. Gereç ve Yöntem: Çalışmamız Sağlık Bakanlığı ve Ege Üniversitesi Tıp Fakültesi Hastanesi Etik Kurul onayı alındıktan sonra yapılmıştır. Bu çalışma kesitsel bir anket çalışmasıdır. Türkiye’deki eğitim ve araştırma hastaneleri ve üniversite hastanelerinde, anesteziyoloji ve reanimasyon uzmanlık öğrencilerine 32 soru içeren web bazlı anket bilgisayar ortamında Türk Anesteziyoloji ve Reanimasyon Derneği onayı ile e-mail gönderilerek gerçekleştirilmiştir. Bulgular: COVID-19 pandemi döneminde eğitim saatleri hem Üniversite Hastanelerinde hem de Sağlık Bakanlığı eğitim ve araştırma hastanelerinde anlamlı olarak azalmıştı (p<0,001). Bu azalma Sağlık Bakanlığı eğitim ve araştırma hastanelerinde üniversite hastanelerine göre anlamlı olarak daha yüksekti (p=0,032). Pandemideki asistan eğitim süreci, katılımcılar tarafından %89 yorucu, %85 stresli ve %35 aşağılayıcı olarak yorumlandı. Sonuç: COVID-19 pandemi döneminde anestezi asistanları hem aktif olarak COVID-19 hasta tedavisine katılmış hem de ameliyathane görevlerine devam etmişlerdir. Bu dönemde asistan eğitimi aksamış ya da iptal edilmiştir. Pandeminin sürekliliği göz önüne alınırsa uzmanlığımızın geleceğini korumak için online eğitim programlarını geliştirmek ve hizmet-eğitim dengesini iyi belirlememiz gerektiğini düşünüyoruz. Bu sonuçlar, pandemi döneminde uzmanlık öğrencisi eğitiminin yeniden düzenlenmesi gerektiğini ortaya koymaktadır.
Anahtar Kelime: COVID-19 anestezi eğitim asistan

Belge Türü: Makale Makale Türü: Araştırma Makalesi Erişim Türü: Erişime Açık
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APA YÜKSEL A, Sahutoglu C, Zincircioglu C, Ozbilgin S, uyar m (2023). The effects of covid-19 pandemic on the educational status of medical residents of anesthesiology in Türkiye – a survey analysis. , 507 - 514. 10.19161/etd.1194225
Chicago YÜKSEL ASLIHAN ESRA,Sahutoglu Cengiz,Zincircioglu Ciler,Ozbilgin Sule,uyar meltem The effects of covid-19 pandemic on the educational status of medical residents of anesthesiology in Türkiye – a survey analysis. (2023): 507 - 514. 10.19161/etd.1194225
MLA YÜKSEL ASLIHAN ESRA,Sahutoglu Cengiz,Zincircioglu Ciler,Ozbilgin Sule,uyar meltem The effects of covid-19 pandemic on the educational status of medical residents of anesthesiology in Türkiye – a survey analysis. , 2023, ss.507 - 514. 10.19161/etd.1194225
AMA YÜKSEL A,Sahutoglu C,Zincircioglu C,Ozbilgin S,uyar m The effects of covid-19 pandemic on the educational status of medical residents of anesthesiology in Türkiye – a survey analysis. . 2023; 507 - 514. 10.19161/etd.1194225
Vancouver YÜKSEL A,Sahutoglu C,Zincircioglu C,Ozbilgin S,uyar m The effects of covid-19 pandemic on the educational status of medical residents of anesthesiology in Türkiye – a survey analysis. . 2023; 507 - 514. 10.19161/etd.1194225
IEEE YÜKSEL A,Sahutoglu C,Zincircioglu C,Ozbilgin S,uyar m "The effects of covid-19 pandemic on the educational status of medical residents of anesthesiology in Türkiye – a survey analysis." , ss.507 - 514, 2023. 10.19161/etd.1194225
ISNAD YÜKSEL, ASLIHAN ESRA vd. "The effects of covid-19 pandemic on the educational status of medical residents of anesthesiology in Türkiye – a survey analysis". (2023), 507-514. https://doi.org/10.19161/etd.1194225
APA YÜKSEL A, Sahutoglu C, Zincircioglu C, Ozbilgin S, uyar m (2023). The effects of covid-19 pandemic on the educational status of medical residents of anesthesiology in Türkiye – a survey analysis. Ege Tıp Dergisi, 62(4), 507 - 514. 10.19161/etd.1194225
Chicago YÜKSEL ASLIHAN ESRA,Sahutoglu Cengiz,Zincircioglu Ciler,Ozbilgin Sule,uyar meltem The effects of covid-19 pandemic on the educational status of medical residents of anesthesiology in Türkiye – a survey analysis. Ege Tıp Dergisi 62, no.4 (2023): 507 - 514. 10.19161/etd.1194225
MLA YÜKSEL ASLIHAN ESRA,Sahutoglu Cengiz,Zincircioglu Ciler,Ozbilgin Sule,uyar meltem The effects of covid-19 pandemic on the educational status of medical residents of anesthesiology in Türkiye – a survey analysis. Ege Tıp Dergisi, vol.62, no.4, 2023, ss.507 - 514. 10.19161/etd.1194225
AMA YÜKSEL A,Sahutoglu C,Zincircioglu C,Ozbilgin S,uyar m The effects of covid-19 pandemic on the educational status of medical residents of anesthesiology in Türkiye – a survey analysis. Ege Tıp Dergisi. 2023; 62(4): 507 - 514. 10.19161/etd.1194225
Vancouver YÜKSEL A,Sahutoglu C,Zincircioglu C,Ozbilgin S,uyar m The effects of covid-19 pandemic on the educational status of medical residents of anesthesiology in Türkiye – a survey analysis. Ege Tıp Dergisi. 2023; 62(4): 507 - 514. 10.19161/etd.1194225
IEEE YÜKSEL A,Sahutoglu C,Zincircioglu C,Ozbilgin S,uyar m "The effects of covid-19 pandemic on the educational status of medical residents of anesthesiology in Türkiye – a survey analysis." Ege Tıp Dergisi, 62, ss.507 - 514, 2023. 10.19161/etd.1194225
ISNAD YÜKSEL, ASLIHAN ESRA vd. "The effects of covid-19 pandemic on the educational status of medical residents of anesthesiology in Türkiye – a survey analysis". Ege Tıp Dergisi 62/4 (2023), 507-514. https://doi.org/10.19161/etd.1194225