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Revista chilena de cirugía

versión On-line ISSN 0718-4026

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BENITEZ S, Susana et al. Assessment of a Plastic Surgery training program by its trainees. Rev Chil Cir [online]. 2012, vol.64, n.6, pp.523-527. ISSN 0718-4026.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0718-40262012000600005.

Background: The evaluation that students perform of training programs is of utmost importance to introduce modifications. Aim: To evaluate a training program in plastic, reparative and esthetic surgery of the University of Chile. Material and Methods: A 32 question survey was devised. It was divided in five domains: general aspects, practical activities, theoretical activities, economic issues and post training situation. The survey was answered by 18 graduates pertaining to 2004 to 2010 promotions. Results: Seventy two percent of graduates considered the specialization program good or very good. Eighty three percent considered that the duration was insufficient and suggested that the program should last three years. The centers with the best evaluations were Hospital Militar and the clinical hospital of the University of Chile. The best evaluated rotations were burns, breast esthetic surgery and body contour surgery. Seventy seven percent considered that adequate surgical skills were acquired. Conclusions: The results of the survey indicate that the training program is good and is preparing skilled plastic surgeons.

Palabras clave : Plastic surgery; postgraduate; training program.

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