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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-753460


In order to provide more practicable and convenient continuing medical education for orthopedic surgeons in primary hospitals and expand the academic influence of expert lecturers and host hospitals in the region, our department hosted nine short-term training courses of orthopedic surgery jointly with primary hospitals, which lasted for 1 to 1.5 days on weekends from June 2001 to October 2017, with expert lectures as the main form. Traumatic orthopedics was the main topic, and most expert lecturers were orthopedic experts from famous hospitals within the province and the whole country, as well as the experts from the host hospital. More than 1200 orthopedic and surgical physicians in local districts and counties participated in the training, and excellent social effect has been achieved. For short-term orthopedic training jointly held with hospitals in prefecture-level cities, the topic of training should be carefully selected, and duration of the training and number of lecturers should be controlled, so as to achieve satisfactory social effects under the premise of low cost of administrative resources.

Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-704232


Objective To investigate the effect of short-term global health training on tropical diseases in China,so as to provide the reference in professional trainings.Methods The study took the short-term global health training project on tropical diseases in China as an example.The structured questionnaires were distributed to each trainee pre-and post-training course. Results A total of 89 trainees were included in the survey,and 68.5%(61 cases)of the trainees were older than 35 years and 85.4%(76 cases)of the trainees came from provincial institutes.The passing rate for the test of global health knowledge was sig-nificantly improved from the pre-training test(18.0%,16/89)to the post one(68.2%,58/85)(χ2=44.930,P<0.05).The knowledge of global health was closely related to the professionals'capacity,i.e.,the education level,age,professional title, and experience of international cooperation,but was not statistically related to their genders. Conclusion This kind of short-term trainings not only greatly improves the professionals'knowledge of tropical diseases control,but also is expected to play a leading role in the international cooperation of global health and tropical diseases control in the future.

Chinese Medical Ethics ; (6): 599-601, 2015.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-477802


Objective:To seek the short term standardization study nurses training education content and the ap-proach to learning, provide theoretical basis for improving the study effect of nurse training.Methods:Choosing 3 ~6 months in 2014 in our hospital study questionnaire survey was conducted among 114 nurses, questionnaire by general in-formation, content of training needs, demand method of three parts and using SPSS19.0 to analyze the collected data. Results:The 82.7%of study nurses think pre-service training is very necessary.Pre-service training demand of the top three comprises:occupational protection (82.7%), health care, with communication skills (80.0%) and infection prevention and control (78.2%).Refresher training needs during the top three in turn:specialized rescue of critically ill patients and cooperation (88.2%), clinical application and nursing adverse event processing (79.1%), effective communication nurses and patients (79.1%).Demand content score between the different degree and the title of ad-vanced nurse was statistically difference (P<0.05).The training methods, in the first three order practice (89.10%), seminar (74.5%), case analysis and discussion (67.30%).Conclusion:According to the study demand of nurse stand-ardized training content and ways of learning, considering the influence factors such as education, job title, targeted training plan, improve the effect of short-term training.

Article in English | WPRIM | ID: wpr-40696


BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: The purpose of this study was to determine how human neural activity might be changed through auditory short-term training when listening to novel stimuli. SUBJECTS AND METHODS: Among the twenty young normal hearing adult listeners who participated, ten were randomly assigned to a training group and ten were assigned to a non-training group as a control. Two synthesized novel stimuli were used: /su/ and /integralu/. Both stimuli similarly sounded like /su/, but had two different onset transition frequencies and fricative pole frequencies. In the experiment, behavioral identification test (i.e., /su/ vs. /integralu/) and the mismatch negativity (MMN) were measured before and after training for the training group. To gauge the training effect, the listeners in the training group were taught by discrimination and identification of two novel stimuli for about 20 minutes. RESULTS: The results showed that scores for the behavioral test increased significantly after auditory short-term training. Also, onset latency, duration, and area of the MMN were significantly changed when elicited by the training stimuli. CONCLUSIONS: These findings indicated that auditory short-term training could change human neural activity, suggesting future clinical applications for auditory training.

Adult , Discrimination, Psychological , Hearing , Humans
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-624565


Through analysis of the current situation of clinical medical interns and combining the teaching features of the medical imaging,we explored the importance and methods of the medical imaging short-term training to improve the clinical teaching quality and the intern's comprehensive quality.