Internship Case Study

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The study is limited by the lack information on assess the personal, peer and family background from the medical internship student for instance to build interpersonal dimension to act as a professional doctor Anne (2010). The study would have been generous if the researcher had asked some preferences from these questions and generated deeper analysis to the main factors of medical career purpose in order to suggest appropriate recommendations for internship program. Career preferences affect the work performance during internship. Intern who desire to work in hospital less excited if they placed on public health centre. Internship as a pre-employment phase may look for future career based on their necessity in physically and psychology side…show more content…
Student said that they only undertake this activity to simply terminate the obligations of the education committee. The striking result emerged that junior doctor should be motivated by the education value of internship. Internship plays a role as the phase of learning to acquire precious experience to be professional doctor. Illing (2008) explains that internship stimulate doctor to learn the clinical skills from experts, as the period of internship they will expose with the real problem and this could upgrade their knowledge to be more common with case like (1) patient safety (2) medicine prescription (3) non clinical skills (4) latest issue in medical and legal ethics. Learning style by giving out with the workload elevate their skill and profound new erudition. Meanwhile, self-motivation to finish workload during internship depends on their self-strategy on time management. This also accords with earlier observations in Harvard Medical School which showed that job overload cause some human errors in clinical situation (Walton, 2004) for example in making prescription (Combees et al, 2008). In addition, internship should be understood as the learning…show more content…
This study indicates that environment has different acceptance within as the warm or not. This circumstance needs the intern’s strategy to adapt and prove the best performance. Sei (2012) introduce the significant factors to be effective internship were identified as (1) good quality supervisors as the role model and their responsibility to serve effective supervision. It supported by becoming role models for students will alter to enhance learning process and even their career path Wright (1997). Since they are still less experience they need the positive role model from external factors, for instances: Senior doctor or supervisor and others medical team may impede the learning spirit when they meet the role models in an outside estimates. Meanwhile, other factor is (2) narrowing the gap between student and other support system (hospital management, hospital staff, academic opportunities) apparently determine them to try new opportunity in real field and harmonious with conducive environment to enjoy the work load. These results confirm the association between time commitment by clinical teachers, senior doctor, and active involvement of the residents to build wellbeing around internship learning process (White, 1995). Parallel with this, Holland (1985, 1997) postulated that internship environments could be arranged to strengthen the bridge between academia and clinical settings, and ultimately
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