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AAMC Final School Report 2003. Medical School Graduation Questionnaire Dartmouth Medical School Response rate: Dartmouth: 48% All Schools: %. Table of content. 1. Demographics of Students 2. Program Information 3. Premed Courses 4. Preclinical Experience 5. Special Content Areas

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aamc final school report 2003

AAMC Final School Report2003

Medical School Graduation Questionnaire

Dartmouth Medical School

Response rate: Dartmouth: 48%

All Schools: %

table of content
Table of content
  • 1. Demographics of Students
  • 2. Program Information
  • 3. Premed Courses
  • 4. Preclinical Experience
  • 5. Special Content Areas
  • 6. Clinical Experiences
  • 7. Geriatrics and Gerontology Education
  • 8. Cultural Competency Issues
  • 9. Training at VA Medical Facility
table of content1
Table of content
  • 10. Electives or Volunteer Activities
  • 11. Communications Skills
  • 12. Technology Skills
  • 13. Preparation for Residency
  • 14. Summary - Overall Satisfaction
  • 15. Future Plans
  • 16. DMS Support Services
  • 17. Mistreatment
  • 18. Views of Profession
  • 19. Average Debt of Students with Debt
1 demographics of students
1. Demographics of students
  • Underrepresented minority category
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3. Premedical Courses—Current RequirementsHow important were the following premedical courses in preparing you for medical school(Scale: 0 = not important to 4 = very important)

4 preclinical experiences 1 to 5 scale 1 strongly agree 5 strongly disagree
4. Preclinical experiences 1 to 5 scale, 1 = Strongly Agree 5 = Strongly Disagree
  • Basic science courses were well organized
  • Basic science courses provided relevant preparation for clerkships
  • Basic science courses had sufficient illustrations of clinical relevance
4 preclinical experiences continued 1 to 5 scale 1 strongly agree 5 strongly disagree
4. Preclinical experiences (continued)1 to 5 scale, 1 = Strongly Agree 5 = Strongly Disagree
  • Basic science content objectives were made clear to students
  • Basic science content were sufficiently integrated/coordinated
  • Basic science content objectives and examination content matched closely
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4. Preclinical experiences (continued)How well instruction in the basic science courses prepared you for clerkships?(Scale: 1 = excellent to 4 = Poor)

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4. Preclinical experiences (continued)How well instruction in the basic science courses prepared you for clerkships? (Scale: 1 = excellent to 4 = Poor)

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4. Preclinical experiences (continued)How well instruction in the basic science courses prepared you for clerkships? (Scale: 1 = excellent to 4 = Poor)

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5. Special content areasWas the time devoted to your instruction in the following areas inadequate, appropriate, or excessive?
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5. Special content areas (continued)Was the time devoted to your instruction in the following areas inadequate, appropriate, or excessive?

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5. Special content areas (continued)Was the time devoted to your instruction in the following areas inadequate, appropriate, or excessive?

5 special content areas continued
5. Special content areas (continued)

Was the time devoted to your instruction in the following areas inadequate, appropriate, or excessive?

6 clinical experiences rate the quality of your educational experience in the following clerkships
6. Clinical Experiences Rate the quality of your educational experience in the following clerkships.

Scale: 1 = Excellent to 4 = Poor

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6. Clinical Experiences Rate the quality of your educational experience in the following clerkships. (continued)

Scale: 1 = Excellent to 4 = Poor

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6. Clinical Experiences Family Medicine Clerkship

1 to 5 scale, 1 = Strongly Agree 5 = Strongly Disagree

  • I received clear learning objectives for the clerkship
  • My performance was assessed against the learning objectives
  • I had an opportunity to follow a variety of different patients (with different medical conditions)
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6. Clinical Experiences Family Medicine Clerkship

1 to 5 scale, 1 = Strongly Agree 5 = Strongly Disagree

My attending faculty members:

  • Were adequately involved in teaching
  • Observed me performing physical examinations
  • Provided me with sufficient feedback on my performance
  • Provided me with feedback in a timely manner
6 clinical experiences family medicine clerkship
6. Clinical Experiences Family Medicine Clerkship
  • The clerkship employed an OSCE to evaluate my clinical skills
  • Residents and fellow provided effective teaching
  • The teaching from residents enhanced the educational value of the clerkship

1 to 5 scale, 1 = Strongly Agree 5 = Strongly Disagree

6 clinical experiences internal medicine clerkship
6. Clinical Experiences Internal Medicine Clerkship

1 to 5 scale, 1 = Strongly Agree 5 = Strongly Disagree

  • I received clear learning objectives for the clerkship
  • My performance was assessed against the learning objectives
  • I had an opportunity to follow a variety of different patients (with different medical conditions)
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6. Clinical Experiences Internal Medicine Clerkship

My attending faculty members:

  • Were adequately involved in teaching
  • Observed me performing physical examinations
  • Provided me with sufficient feedback on my performance
  • Provided me with feedback in a timely manner

1 to 5 scale, 1 = Strongly Agree 5 = Strongly Disagree

6 clinical experiences internal medicine clerkship1
6. Clinical Experiences Internal Medicine Clerkship

1 to 5 scale, 1 = Strongly Agree 5 = Strongly Disagree

  • The clerkship employed an OSCE to evaluate my clinical skills
  • Residents and fellow provided effective teaching
  • The teaching from residents enhanced the educational value of the clerkship
6 clinical experiences ob gyn medicine clerkship
6. Clinical Experiences OB/Gyn Medicine Clerkship

1 to 5 scale, 1 = Strongly Agree 5 = Strongly Disagree

  • I received clear learning objectives for the clerkship
  • My performance was assessed against the learning objectives
  • I had an opportunity to follow a variety of different patients (with different medical conditions)
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6. Clinical Experiences OB/Gyn Medicine Clerkship

My attending faculty members:

  • Were adequately involved in teaching
  • Observed me performing physical examinations
  • Provided me with sufficient feedback on my performance
  • Provided me with feedback in a timely manner

1 to 5 scale, 1 = Strongly Agree 5 = Strongly Disagree

6 clinical experiences ob gyn medicine clerkship1
6. Clinical Experiences OB/Gyn Medicine Clerkship

1 to 5 scale, 1 = Strongly Agree 5 = Strongly Disagree

  • The clerkship employed an OSCE to evaluate my clinical skills
  • Residents and fellow provided effective teaching
  • The teaching from residents enhanced the educational value of the clerkship
6 clinical experiences pediatrics clerkship
6. Clinical Experiences Pediatrics Clerkship
  • I received clear learning objectives for the clerkship
  • My performance was assessed against the learning objectives
  • I had an opportunity to follow a variety of different patients (with different medical conditions)

1 to 5 scale, 1 = Strongly Agree 5 = Strongly Disagree

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6. Clinical Experiences Pediatrics Clerkship

My attending faculty members:

  • Were adequately involved in teaching
  • Observed me performing physical examinations
  • Provided me with sufficient feedback on my performance
  • Provided me with feedback in a timely manner

1 to 5 scale, 1 = Strongly Agree 5 = Strongly Disagree

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6. Clinical Experiences Pediatrics Clerkship

1 to 5 scale, 1 = Strongly Agree 5 = Strongly Disagree

  • The clerkship employed an OSCE to evaluate my clinical skills
  • Residents and fellow provided effective teaching
  • The teaching from residents enhanced the educational value of the clerkship
6 clinical experiences psychiatry clerkship
6. Clinical Experiences Psychiatry Clerkship
  • I received clear learning objectives for the clerkship
  • My performance was assessed against the learning objectives
  • I had an opportunity to follow a variety of different patients (with different medical conditions)

1 to 5 scale, 1 = Strongly Agree 5 = Strongly Disagree

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6. Clinical Experiences Psychiatry Clerkship

My attending faculty members:

  • Were adequately involved in teaching
  • Observed me performing physical examinations
  • Provided me with sufficient feedback on my performance
  • Provided me with feedback in a timely manner

1 to 5 scale, 1 = Strongly Agree 5 = Strongly Disagree

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6. Clinical Experiences Psychiatry Clerkship

1 to 5 scale, 1 = Strongly Agree 5 = Strongly Disagree

  • The clerkship employed an OSCE to evaluate my clinical skills
  • Residents and fellow provided effective teaching
  • The teaching from residents enhanced the educational value of the clerkship
6 clinical experiences surgery clerkship
6. Clinical Experiences Surgery Clerkship
  • I received clear learning objectives for the clerkship
  • My performance was assessed against the learning objectives
  • I had an opportunity to follow a variety of different patients (with different medical conditions)

1 to 5 scale, 1 = Strongly Agree 5 = Strongly Disagree

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6. Clinical Experiences Surgery Clerkship

My attending faculty members:

  • Were adequately involved in teaching
  • Observed me performing physical examinations
  • Provided me with sufficient feedback on my performance
  • Provided me with feedback in a timely manner

1 to 5 scale, 1 = Strongly Agree 5 = Strongly Disagree

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6. Clinical Experiences Surgery Clerkship

1 to 5 scale, 1 = Strongly Agree 5 = Strongly Disagree

  • The clerkship employed an OSCE to evaluate my clinical skills
  • Residents and fellow provided effective teaching
  • The teaching from residents enhanced the educational value of the clerkship
6 clinical experiences methods used to evaluate clinical skills final evaluation
6. Clinical ExperiencesMethods used to evaluate clinical skills - Final evaluation

Family Medicine

6 clinical experiences methods used to evaluate clinical skills final evaluation1
6. Clinical ExperiencesMethods used to evaluate clinical skills - Final evaluation

Internal Medicine

7 geriatrics and gerontology education 1 to 5 scale 1 strongly agree 5 strongly disagree
7. Geriatrics and Gerontology Education1 to 5 scale, 1 = Strongly Agree 5 = Strongly Disagree
  • I learned about the health care needs of healthy older adults during my medical training
  • I was exposed to expert geriatric care by the attending faculty of my medical program

I am well prepared to care for:

  • older adult patients in ambulatory settings
  • older adult patients in long-term health care settings
8 cultural competency issues 1 to 5 scale 1 strongly agree 5 strongly disagree
8. Cultural Competency Issues1 to 5 scale, 1 = Strongly Agree 5 = Strongly Disagree
  • The perspective of individuals from racial and ethnic groups different than your own were often brought into your medical training
  • My knowledge or opinion was influenced or changed by becoming aware of a different perspective
8 cultural competency issues continued
8. Cultural Competency Issues (continued)

Percentage of students who have participated in the following activities during medical school on an elective or volunteer basis:

  • Seminar in minority health
  • Course/workshop on cultural awareness
  • Project with a community-based multicultural group
8 cultural competency issues continued1
8. Cultural Competency Issues (continued)

Was the time devoted to your instruction in the following areas inadequate, appropriate, or excessive?

9 training at va medical facility 1 to 5 scale 1 excellent 5 poor
9. Training at VA Medical Facility 1 to 5 scale, 1 = Excellent 5 = Poor
  • Have you ever had a clinical training experience during medical school at a VA?
  • Dartmouth: 100%
  • All schools: 69%
  • How would you rate the value of your VA clinical training experience?
9 training at va medical facility continued 1 to 5 scale 5 excellent 1 poor
How would you compare your overall VA clinical training experiences to other non VA clinical training experiences you have had at the same or equivalent level? 9. Training at VA Medical Facility(continued)1 to 5 scale, 5 = Excellent 1 = Poor
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10. Electives or Volunteer Activities Percentage of Dartmouth students participating in 2001, 2002, 2003
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10. Electives or Volunteer Activities (continued)Percentage of Dartmouth students participating in 2000, 2001, 2002
11 communication skills 1 to 5 scale 1 strongly agree 5 strongly disagree
11.Communication Skills1 to 5 scale, 1 = Strongly Agree 5 = Strongly Disagree
  • I am confident I have appropriate knowledge and skills to:
  • Discuss a prescription error I made with the patient
  • Discuss treatment options with a woman with late-stage breast cancer
  • Initiate discussion of DNR orders with a patient or family member
  • Assess the health practices of a patient using alternative therapies
11 communication skills
11.Communication Skills

Where in your medical

education were the following

issues emphasized? (select one)

  • 1. Advocating the interest of one’s patient over one’s own interests
  • 2. Advocating for access to health care for members of underserved populations
  • 3. Engaging in lifelong learning to stay abreast of relevant scientific advances
12 technology skills i m confident that i have the appropriate knowledge and skills to
12.Technology SkillsI’m confident that I have the appropriate knowledge and skills to:
  • Carry out sophisticated searches of medical information databases
  • Critically review a published research report
  • Use a computer-based clinical record keeping program
  • Use a personal digital assistant (PDA) for clinical purposes

1 = Strongly Agree 5 = Strongly Disagree

13 preparation for residency 1 to 5 scale 1 strongly agree 5 strongly disagree
13. Preparation for Residency1 to 5 scale, 1 = Strongly Agree 5 = Strongly Disagree
  • I am confident that I have acquired the clinical skills required to begin a residency program
  • I have the fundamental understanding of basic disease mechanisms, clinical presentation, and principles of diagnosis and management the common conditions
  • I have the communication skills necessary to interact w/ patients and health professionals
13 preparation for residency 1 to 5 scale 1 strongly agree 5 strongly disagree1
13. Preparation for Residency1 to 5 scale, 1 = Strongly Agree 5 = Strongly Disagree
  • I have basic skills in clinical decision making and the application of evidence based information to medical practice
  • I have a fundamental understanding of the issues in social sciences of medicine (e.g. ethics, humanism, professionalism)
  • I have the ethical and professional values that are expected of the profession
13 preparation for residency 1 to 5 scale 1 strongly agree 5 strongly disagree2
13. Preparation for Residency1 to 5 scale, 1 = Strongly Agree 5 = Strongly Disagree
  • I received appropriate faculty guidance in the selection of fourth year elective experiences
  • At my school, elective time in the fourth year should have been reduced
  • Additional required activities or selectives (e.g. course, sessions, clerkships, etc. should be added to the 4th year at my medical school
14 summary overall satisfaction 1 to 5 scale 1 strongly agree 5 strongly disagree
14.Summary - Overall Satisfaction 1 to 5 scale, 1 = Strongly Agree 5 = Strongly Disagree
  • Overall, I’m satisfied with the quality of my medical education.
15 future plans
15.Future Plans
  • To what degree did your level of educational debt influence your specialty choice?
  • To what degree did career planning activities at your medical school influence your specialty choice?
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15.Future PlansDo you plan to locate your practice in an underserved area? If yes, where? (Percentage of students)
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16.Various DMS Support Services Indicate your level of satisfaction with the following: 1 = very satisfied 5 = very dissatisfied

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16.Various DMS Support Services Indicate your level of satisfaction with the following: 1 = very satisfied 5 = very dissatisfied
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16. Various DMSSupport Services Indicate your level of satisfaction with the following: 1 = very satisfied 5 = very dissatisfied
17 mistreatment have you personally been mistreated during medical school
17.Mistreatment Have you personally been mistreated during Medical School?

For 2003, 3 Dartmouth students cited clinical faculty and/or patients as source of mistreatment

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18.Views of Profession Indicate your level of agreement with the following: 1 to 5 scale, 1 = Strongly Agree 5 = Strongly Disagree
  • Access to medical care continues to be a major problem in the United States
  • Everyone is entitled to receive adequate medical care regardless of his or her ability to pay
  • Physicians have an opportunity to exercise greater influence on health promotion and disease prevention
  • Advances in the biomedical sciences will make the practice of medicine more challenging and rewarding
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18.Views of Profession (continued)Indicate your level of agreement with the following: 1 to 5 scale, 1 = Strongly Agree 5 = Strongly Disagree

  • Cure of disease is the most important purpose of medicine
  • Relief of patient suffering is the most important pursuit of medicine
  • I am prepared to care for individuals from racial and ethnic backgrounds different from my own