与传染病研究人员学业成功相关的因素。

IF 3.1 2区 医学 Q1 EDUCATION & EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH
Medical Education Online Pub Date : 2024-12-31 Epub Date: 2024-05-08 DOI:10.1080/10872981.2024.2352953
Ryan B Khodadadi, Zachary A Yetmar, Cynthia L Domonoske, Raymund R Razonable
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摘要

背景:传染病(ID)培训项目在精心挑选 ID 研究员的过程中会考虑多种因素,但人们对这些因素与研究前和研究期间的学术成就以及研究后的学术成就和短期结果之间的相关性知之甚少。我们的目标是调查与研究员随后的学业成功以及研究员任期后的短期结果相关的因素:2022年,我们回顾性分析了梅奥诊所罗切斯特内科研究员项目(2013年7月1日至2022年6月30日)39名毕业生的去身份学术记录。抽取的数据包括人口统计学、学位、荣誉协会会员、签证/公民身份、医学院、住院医师培训项目、美国医学执照考试(USMLE)成绩、推荐信、在训考试(ITE)成绩、研究方向、学术排名、职业选择、荣誉数量、奖项、研究之前、培训期间和毕业后两年内的摘要/出版物:结果:年轻研究员的 USMLE 第 1 步分数、研究前和研究期间的学术成果以及 ITE 表现均较高。女性研究员的 USMLE 第 3 步分数明显更高。先前的研究经验可转化为更高的研究金期间学术生产力。较高的 USMLE 分数与多年研究期间较高的 ID ITE 成绩相关,但 USMLE 第 2 步临床知识和第 3 步分数与较高的研究前和研究期间学术生产力以及研究期间获奖相关。USMLE 第 1 步分数与第 1 年和第 2 年 ITE 分数之外的研究金表现没有关联:结论:在选择研究员的整体审查过程中,必须考虑未来研究员申请的多个方面。USMLE 第 2 步 CK 和第 3 步分数可预测多个领域的研究金表现。
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Factors associated with infectious diseases fellowship academic success.

Background: A multitude of factors are considered in an infectious disease (ID) training program's meticulous selection process of ID fellows but their correlation to pre and in-fellowship academic success as well as post-fellowship academic success and short-term outcomes is poorly understood. Our goal was to investigate factors associated with subsequent academic success in fellowship as well as post-fellowship short-term outcomes.

Methods: In 2022, we retrospectively analyzed deidentified academic records from 39 graduates of the Mayo Clinic Rochester ID Fellowship Program (1 July 2013- 30 June 2022). Data abstracted included demographics, degrees, honor society membership, visa/citizenship status, medical school, residency training program, United States Medical Licensure Exam (USMLE) scores, letters of recommendation, in-training examination (ITE) scores, fellowship track, academic rank, career choice, number of honors, awards, and abstracts/publications prior to fellowship, during training, and within 2 years of graduation.

Results: Younger fellows had higher USMLE step 1 scores, pre and in-fellowship scholarly productivity, and higher ITE performance. Female fellows had significantly higher USMLE step 3 scores. Prior research experience translated to greater in-fellowship scholarly productivity. Higher USMLE scores were associated with higher ID ITE performance during multiple years of fellowship, but USMLE step 2 clinical knowledge and 3 scores were associated with higher pre and in-fellowship scholarly productivity and receiving an award during fellowship. The USMLE step 1 score did not correlate with fellowship performance beyond year 1 and 2 ITE scores.

Conclusions: Multiple aspects of a prospective fellow's application must be considered as part of a holistic review process for fellowship selection. USMLE step 2 CK and 3 scores may predict fellowship performance across multiple domains.

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Medical Education Online
Medical Education Online EDUCATION & EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH-
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期刊介绍: Medical Education Online is an open access journal of health care education, publishing peer-reviewed research, perspectives, reviews, and early documentation of new ideas and trends. Medical Education Online aims to disseminate information on the education and training of physicians and other health care professionals. Manuscripts may address any aspect of health care education and training, including, but not limited to: -Basic science education -Clinical science education -Residency education -Learning theory -Problem-based learning (PBL) -Curriculum development -Research design and statistics -Measurement and evaluation -Faculty development -Informatics/web
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