Understanding Research and Evidence-Based Requirements of Medical and Surgical Trainees in Australia: Stated and Intended College Curricula.

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Description: This study is the first phase a larger program of work that aims to develop a core research curriculum for Australian and New Zealand specialty trainees. In this curriculum mapping study, we found an emphasis on trainees leading research, rather than using it or participating in it, which does not align with the career trajectory of most doctors. We also found a lack of constructive alignment across all curricula, inadequate research training and project supervision. This, coupled with high numbers of anecdotal reports from trainees, suggests that the current curricula may be contributing to rushed and inadequate research, and disenchantment of trainees. The next phases will explore this further.

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Publications: Stehlik P, Noble C, Brandenburg C, et al; How do trainee doctors learn about research? Content analysis of Australian specialist colleges’ intended research curricula BMJ Open 2020;10:e034962. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2019-034962 (http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2019-034962) Stehlik P, Henry D, Glasziou P. Dobson J, editor. The BMJ Opinion2020. Available from: https://blogs.bmj.com/bmj...

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  • Enhancing clinician research: A mixed methods study examining Australian and New Zealand specialist trainees’ experiences and research outputs.

    Stehlik, Bourke, Henry & 19 more
    This project is designed to explore the range of experiences of trainees through survey and interview.

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