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Kurser i grundläggande forskningsmetodik till nytta för kliniker. Tolv års erfarenheter från Sydsverige

Håkansson, Anders LU ; Pettersson Lindberg, Eva and Henriksson, Karin LU (2002) In Läkartidningen 99(10). p.80-1083
Abstract (Swedish)
Allt sedan 1989 har vi i den södra sjukvårdsregionen gett

en 20-poängskurs i grundläggande forskningsmetodik. Vår

målsättning har varit att ge många läkare en basal vetenskaplig

skolning till glädje för den vardagsnära kvalitetsutvecklingen

och verksamhetsuppföljningen, men också att stimulera

enstaka läkare till att påbörja en regelrätt forskarutbildning.

Vi har genom åren presenterat utvecklingen av vår kurs i

Läkartidningen [1-3]. Dessutom har vi på engelska redogjort

för tio års erfarenheter vad gäller allmänläkarna [4], och på

danska sammanfattat tolv års kursverksamhet [5].

Syftet med denna artikel är dels att översiktligt redogöra

för... (More)
Allt sedan 1989 har vi i den södra sjukvårdsregionen gett

en 20-poängskurs i grundläggande forskningsmetodik. Vår

målsättning har varit att ge många läkare en basal vetenskaplig

skolning till glädje för den vardagsnära kvalitetsutvecklingen

och verksamhetsuppföljningen, men också att stimulera

enstaka läkare till att påbörja en regelrätt forskarutbildning.

Vi har genom åren presenterat utvecklingen av vår kurs i

Läkartidningen [1-3]. Dessutom har vi på engelska redogjort

för tio års erfarenheter vad gäller allmänläkarna [4], och på

danska sammanfattat tolv års kursverksamhet [5].

Syftet med denna artikel är dels att översiktligt redogöra

för våra hittillsvarande erfarenheter av kursverksamheten,

dels att presentera resultatet av en uppföljande enkät till samtliga

kursdeltagare från ett av de deltagande landstingen. (Less)
Abstract
At the Department of Community Medicine at Lund University we have given courses in basic research methodology since 1989. The course has yielded 20 points of university credit, the equivalent of one full-time semester of studies, and it has been run part-time, covering one and a half years. Our aim has been to provide a large number of physicians with basic training in research methods, and to

stimulate the engagement of new scientific students from the whole Southern Health Care Re-gion.

During the first ten years, 138 general practitioners (20% of the GPs of the region) and 202 specialists completed our courses. Up till now, 19 GPs (14%) and 19 specialists (9%) have begun PhD studies. During the last two years, another... (More)
At the Department of Community Medicine at Lund University we have given courses in basic research methodology since 1989. The course has yielded 20 points of university credit, the equivalent of one full-time semester of studies, and it has been run part-time, covering one and a half years. Our aim has been to provide a large number of physicians with basic training in research methods, and to

stimulate the engagement of new scientific students from the whole Southern Health Care Re-gion.

During the first ten years, 138 general practitioners (20% of the GPs of the region) and 202 specialists completed our courses. Up till now, 19 GPs (14%) and 19 specialists (9%) have begun PhD studies. During the last two years, another 100 physicians from southern Sweden have attended our courses, as well as GPs from Zealand in Denmark.

We have been developing our course in basic research methods during a twelve-year period, and it is now well established in our health care region. We feel that we have succeeded in reaching the two goals we had set up: to give a large number of physicians a fundamental knowledge of research meth-ods and to recruit and increase the number of PhD students. We believe that medical research and development must flourish also outside the traditional university settings. (Less)
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Courses in basic research methodology a valuable asset for clinicians. Twelve years' experiences in southern Sweden
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Medical, Education, Continuing, Human, Research Design, Personnel Selection, Questionnaires, Research: methods, Research: education, Sweden, Research Personnel, Graduate, English Abstract
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80 - 1083
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Swedish Medical Association
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During the first ten years, 138 general practitioners (20% of the GPs of the region) and 202 specialists completed our courses. Up till now, 19 GPs (14%) and 19 specialists (9%) have begun PhD studies. During the last two years, another 100 physicians from southern Sweden have attended our courses, as well as GPs from Zealand in Denmark.<br/><br>
We have been developing our course in basic research methods during a twelve-year period, and it is now well established in our health care region. We feel that we have succeeded in reaching the two goals we had set up: to give a large number of physicians a fundamental knowledge of research meth-ods and to recruit and increase the number of PhD students. We believe that medical research and development must flourish also outside the traditional university settings.},
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  title        = {Kurser i grundläggande forskningsmetodik till nytta för kliniker. Tolv års erfarenheter från Sydsverige},
  volume       = {99},
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