The National Clinical Skills Competition Promotes the Construction of a Comprehensive Training Program for Chinese Medical Students

Jing Yang, Si-min Huang, Chun-ting Lu, Lie Feng


To explore an efficient training program based on an analysis in organizing seven sessions for the National Clinical
Skills Competition in China. Each year, 6-12 excellent medical students of our university are selected as an
observation team. Comparisons of the teaching characteristics were performed in this study. An optimal curriculum
implementation, specific clinical teaching scenarios and evaluation methods were gradually obtained and improved.
Teaching effects were satisfactory. Among seven sessions, the eighth session was the best. Curriculum construction
and training team building are formed synchronously through this National Clinical Skills Competition. Clinical
skills training should be designed and evaluated effectively in order to increase the comprehensive capacities of
medical students.

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