The top six barriers to increasing teaching time in the tobacco curriculum were: lack of faculty time/insufficient time in the teaching schedule (51%); has already been covered in medical school (34%); tobacco use prevention/cessation is not a curricular priority for training OB/GYN residents for future practice (27%); insufficient teaching materials (25%); accrediting body does not require programs to cover this topic (19%); and physicians can obtain this type of training on their own (19%).Survey Instrument Development The survey instrument for the current study was based on the work of Ferry, Grissino, ... The survey also assessed whether there was a required clinical application of curricula content, the number of hours ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||A National Study of OB/GYN Residency Directors Smoking Cessation Education of Residents|
|Author||:||Charlene L. Nims|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|