Yıl 2019, Cilt 6 , Sayı 2, Sayfalar 134 - 147 2019-08-01

Öğrenci, eğitmen ve hastaların bakış açısıyla diş hekimliği klinik eğitimi

Funda Akaltan [1] , İrem Öztürk [2]


Amaç: Öğrencilerin klinik ortamda öğrenme ve değerlendirmelerini etkileyen faktörler; ortam şartları, zaman kısıtlamaları ve yeterlikleri için gereken vakaları bulma sorunu olarak tanımlanmaktadır. Çalışmanın amacı; klinik eğitim ortamının öğrencilerin yanı sıra, klinik eğitmenler ve hastaların gözünden değerlendirilmesidir.

Gereç ve Yöntemler: Çalışma; Ankara Üniversitesi Diş Hekimliği Fakültesinde yürütülmüş ve 133 beşinci sınıf klinik öğrencisi, 107 klinik eğitmen ve 236 hasta yer almıştır.Klinik eğitim ortamının değerlendirilmesi için öğrenci, klinik eğitmen ve hastalarda kullanmak üzere 3 farklı anket geliştirilmiş; paydaşların klinik eğitim ortamındaki davranış, duygu, beklenti ve kazanımları sorgulanmıştır. Anketlerin tümünde 5 düzeyli Likert skalası kullanılmıştır.Verilerin çözümlenmesinde SPSS 22.0 paket programı kullanılarak, ifadelere verilen yanıtların her düzeydeki yüzdeleri hesaplanmıştır.

Bulgular: Klinik eğitim ortamının öğrenciler ve eğitmenler için zorlu ve mücadele gerektiren özellikte olduğu görülmüştür. Öğrenciler; klinik eğitimin zor koşullarına rağmen, klinik beceri kazanma heveslerini ve eğitmenleri ile eğitim koşullarından beklentilerini açıkça dile getirmişlerdir. Klinik eğitmenler ise lisans klinik eğitim ortamında yer almaktan akademik olarak memnun olmakla birlikte, eğitimci olmadan önce deneyim kazanma ihtiyaçları olduğunu; gerek uygulama ve gerekse değerlendirme rehberleriyle daha güvenle çalışacaklarını bildirmişlerdir. Hastalar; tedavilerini gerçekleştiren öğrenciler ve eğitmenlerin davranışlarından memnuniyetlerini bildirmişler; eğitmenlerin gözetim ve değerlendirme yaparken hümanistik eğitim davranışları olarak bilinen ifadelere katılımlarını farklı düzeylerde açıkça ifade etmişlerdir.   

Sonuç: Eğitim planlamaları yapılırken, öğretimin sadece öğretim üyeleri değil, diğer paydaşlar tarafından da değerlendirilmesi çok kıymetlidir. Eğitmen davranışları açısından öğrenci ve klinik eğitmenler arasında bazı uyumsuz yanıtlar alınmış olsa da, bulgular klinik eğitimde yaşanan sorunlar ile katılımcıların davranış, duygu, beklenti ve kazanımları konusunda fikir vermektedir.

Diş hekimliği, eğitim, öğrenciler, öğrenme
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Birincil Dil tr
Konular Diş Hekimliği
Bölüm Araştırma
Yazarlar

Yazar: Funda Akaltan

Yazar: İrem Öztürk

Tarihler

Yayımlanma Tarihi : 1 Ağustos 2019

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APA Akaltan, F , Öztürk, İ . (2019). Öğrenci, eğitmen ve hastaların bakış açısıyla diş hekimliği klinik eğitimi. Selcuk Dental Journal , 6 (2) , 134-147 . Retrieved from https://dergipark.org.tr/tr/pub/selcukdentj/issue/47415/598398
MLA Akaltan, F , Öztürk, İ . "Öğrenci, eğitmen ve hastaların bakış açısıyla diş hekimliği klinik eğitimi". Selcuk Dental Journal 6 (2019 ): 134-147 <https://dergipark.org.tr/tr/pub/selcukdentj/issue/47415/598398>
Chicago Akaltan, F , Öztürk, İ . "Öğrenci, eğitmen ve hastaların bakış açısıyla diş hekimliği klinik eğitimi". Selcuk Dental Journal 6 (2019 ): 134-147
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ISNAD Akaltan, Funda , Öztürk, İrem . "Öğrenci, eğitmen ve hastaların bakış açısıyla diş hekimliği klinik eğitimi". Selcuk Dental Journal 6 / 2 (Ağustos 2019): 134-147 .
AMA Akaltan F , Öztürk İ . Öğrenci, eğitmen ve hastaların bakış açısıyla diş hekimliği klinik eğitimi. Selcuk Dent J. 2019; 6(2): 134-147.
Vancouver Akaltan F , Öztürk İ . Öğrenci, eğitmen ve hastaların bakış açısıyla diş hekimliği klinik eğitimi. Selcuk Dental Journal. 2019; 6(2): 147-134.