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인턴수련제도 폐지에 따른 기본의학교육-졸업 후 의학교육의 변화

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 The Change of Basic and Postgraduate Medical Education after Intern Training System Dismantling 
 Korean Medical Education Review (의학교육논단), Vol.15(2) : 69-74, 2013 
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Korean Medical Education Review(의학교육논단)
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Intern training ; Basic medical education ; Postgraduate medical education
This study aimed to review the expected changes in the medical educational environment and to evaluate approaches to coping with the abolition of the postgraduate intern training system. It is expected that after the intern training system is dismantled, postgraduate medical students will be deprived of the opportunity to practice opportunity for clinical practice and to inquire into their medical specialization. Therefore, major improvements in the clinical education curriculum must be made so that students can do so through the clinical education program. Offering students the opportunity to perform clinical practice through the clinical education program might require a revision in the laws and regulations on clinical education as well as the standardization of the clinical education curriculum in line with international practices. Reform measures to provide students the opportunity to inquire their specializations might be the introduction of a medical curriculum containing diverse fields and the establishment of a matching program to assign medical students to their residency programs after medical school. Finally, the fact that the basic concern of postgraduate medical education is the cultivation of primary care physicians must not be forgotten even after the dismantling of the postgraduate intern training system.
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