Download
slide1 n.
Skip this Video
Loading SlideShow in 5 Seconds..
C P M E C PowerPoint Presentation

C P M E C

138 Views Download Presentation
Download Presentation

C P M E C

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript

  1. Summary of 2009 MSOD research findingsJonathan P. Gerber, Louis I. LandauMedical Deans Australia and New Zealand , C P M E C

  2. Summary of selected analyses Dynamics b/w u’grad & postgrad Rural intentions & rural clinical placements Predictors of generalism and specialism Other Indigenous figures International students Remediation & temporary absences Introduction

  3. Dynamics of postgraduate and undergraduate schools

  4. Looked at key trends in postgraduate vs undergraduate schools at request of faculty managers Key trends Postgraduate schools have older students, have more loans and government support Undergraduate schools have more international fee-paying students Dynamics of postgrad & undergrad

  5. Age effects – income source

  6. Overseas born students – Entry scheme

  7. Factors associated with rural practice intentions

  8. Entry factors Exit as four categories Exit as up/down Factors associated with rural practice intentions

  9. Key predictors of future rural practice GP intentions Rural residence for 5 years or more Scholarship income Other rural residence indicators 1. Entry intentions Source: Jones, Humphrey & Prideaux (2009)

  10. Split the sample into four categories Staying rural Staying city Going rural Going city Examined key associations with the four categories 2. Changes in intention Source: Gerber & Landau (submitted)

  11. Factors affecting intentions

  12. Age Age

  13. Rural placements E.g. RRMA4

  14. Holding entry intention constant When considered simultaneously, key predictors are Entry rural practice intentions Prior rural residence More rural placements in later years 3. Predicting exit intentions Source: 2005 pilot data, N = 146

  15. Exploring generalist & specialist intentions

  16. Predictive analysis using four groups Findings Early GP placements are associated with a shift AWAY from generalism Longer GP placements are associated with a shift TOWARD generalism Generalism

  17. GP placements (1st & 2nd year) N = 146, * p = 0.005

  18. Length of GP placement N = 146 * p = .058

  19. Other

  20. Indigenous students by year Source: MSOD data (2005-2008)

  21. Indigenous students by state Source: MSOD data (2005 – 2008)

  22. Remediation & absences

  23. 8 international students have completed entry and exit questionnaires. At entry to medical school, 5 intended to practice overseas At exit from medical school, only 2 intended to practice overseas. International student intentions Source: MSOD 2005 sample

  24. Undergrad vs postgrad Rural intentions GP intentions Other Overall conclusions