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20 / 12 / 2023

 


Assessing Resident Satisfaction: A Study of Otorhinolaryngology Surgery Training Program in the Riyadh Region, Saudi Board

Mazyad Marji Alenezi, Hessa Mansour Alanazi, Yara Majed Alzahrani, Samar Fahad Alhajri, Nasser Mohammad Alarifi, Lamya Ghallab Alotaibi, Abdulrahman Bashir Hussamuldin, Maryam Abdullah Althamin.


Abstract
Background: Residents of Saudi broad Otorhinolaryngology experience some level of anxiety and concern about their future in the program. We aim to determine the level of satisfaction of Saudi otolaryngology residents with the training program.
Methods
This cross-sectional study focused on Otorhinolaryngology surgery residents in Riyadh. Data collection involved administering paper questionnaires to 41 residents during July and August 2023 to gauge overall satisfaction. Subsequently, collected data underwent meticulous clearance, coding, and entry utilizing the Statistical Package for Social Science (SPSS). Prior to participation, explicit permission was sought and obtained from the residents, assuring them that their information would solely be utilized for scientific purposes. This ethical approach emphasizes the study's commitment to respecting participants' privacy and maintaining the integrity of the collected data
Result: Among the studied subjects, 41 residents completed the questionnaire; the majority of participants were males (61%), and the ages were above 27 years old (63.4%). The majority of the residents (58.54%) were satisfied with their training in the Saudi Board of Otorhinolaryngology program; 24.39% were neutral; however, 17.7% were dissatisfied with the program. Most of the residents (43.9%) found the educational curriculum in their Otorhinolaryngology surgery program satisfactory, with a significant p-value (P = 0.001).

Conclusion: Our results indicate that the majority of the residents were satisfied; there was only a minor degree of dissatisfaction with the local otorhinolaryngology training. They would benefit from stress-management programs to deal with the stress related to the workload.

Key words: Otorhinolaryngology, gratification, Central region Saudi Arabia, resident satisfaction, surgical training, quality of life, surgical resident satisfaction.


 
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Alenezi MM, Alanazi HM, Alzahrani YM, Alhajri SF, Alarifi NM, Alotaibi LG, Hussamuldin AB, Althamin MA. Assessing Resident Satisfaction: A Study of Otorhinolaryngology Surgery Training Program in the Riyadh Region, Saudi Board. IJMDC. 2024; 8(1): 020-026. doi:10.24911/IJMDC.51-1692260806


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Alenezi MM, Alanazi HM, Alzahrani YM, Alhajri SF, Alarifi NM, Alotaibi LG, Hussamuldin AB, Althamin MA. Assessing Resident Satisfaction: A Study of Otorhinolaryngology Surgery Training Program in the Riyadh Region, Saudi Board. https://www.ijmdc.com/?mno=165763 [Access: February 28, 2024]. doi:10.24911/IJMDC.51-1692260806


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Alenezi MM, Alanazi HM, Alzahrani YM, Alhajri SF, Alarifi NM, Alotaibi LG, Hussamuldin AB, Althamin MA. Assessing Resident Satisfaction: A Study of Otorhinolaryngology Surgery Training Program in the Riyadh Region, Saudi Board. IJMDC. 2024; 8(1): 020-026. doi:10.24911/IJMDC.51-1692260806



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Alenezi MM, Alanazi HM, Alzahrani YM, Alhajri SF, Alarifi NM, Alotaibi LG, Hussamuldin AB, Althamin MA. Assessing Resident Satisfaction: A Study of Otorhinolaryngology Surgery Training Program in the Riyadh Region, Saudi Board. IJMDC. (2024), [cited February 28, 2024]; 8(1): 020-026. doi:10.24911/IJMDC.51-1692260806



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Alenezi, M. M., Alanazi, . H. M., Alzahrani, . Y. M., Alhajri, . S. F., Alarifi, . N. M., Alotaibi, . L. G., Hussamuldin, . A. B. & Althamin, . M. A. (2024) Assessing Resident Satisfaction: A Study of Otorhinolaryngology Surgery Training Program in the Riyadh Region, Saudi Board. IJMDC, 8 (1), 020-026. doi:10.24911/IJMDC.51-1692260806



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Alenezi, Mazyad Marji, Hessa Mansour Alanazi, Yara Majed Alzahrani, Samar Fahad Alhajri, Nasser Mohammad Alarifi, Lamya Ghallab Alotaibi, Abdulrahman Bashir Hussamuldin, and Maryam Abdullah Althamin. 2024. Assessing Resident Satisfaction: A Study of Otorhinolaryngology Surgery Training Program in the Riyadh Region, Saudi Board. International Journal of Medicine in Developing Countries, 8 (1), 020-026. doi:10.24911/IJMDC.51-1692260806



Chicago Style

Alenezi, Mazyad Marji, Hessa Mansour Alanazi, Yara Majed Alzahrani, Samar Fahad Alhajri, Nasser Mohammad Alarifi, Lamya Ghallab Alotaibi, Abdulrahman Bashir Hussamuldin, and Maryam Abdullah Althamin. "Assessing Resident Satisfaction: A Study of Otorhinolaryngology Surgery Training Program in the Riyadh Region, Saudi Board." International Journal of Medicine in Developing Countries 8 (2024), 020-026. doi:10.24911/IJMDC.51-1692260806



MLA (The Modern Language Association) Style

Alenezi, Mazyad Marji, Hessa Mansour Alanazi, Yara Majed Alzahrani, Samar Fahad Alhajri, Nasser Mohammad Alarifi, Lamya Ghallab Alotaibi, Abdulrahman Bashir Hussamuldin, and Maryam Abdullah Althamin. "Assessing Resident Satisfaction: A Study of Otorhinolaryngology Surgery Training Program in the Riyadh Region, Saudi Board." International Journal of Medicine in Developing Countries 8.1 (2024), 020-026. Print. doi:10.24911/IJMDC.51-1692260806



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Alenezi, M. M., Alanazi, . H. M., Alzahrani, . Y. M., Alhajri, . S. F., Alarifi, . N. M., Alotaibi, . L. G., Hussamuldin, . A. B. & Althamin, . M. A. (2024) Assessing Resident Satisfaction: A Study of Otorhinolaryngology Surgery Training Program in the Riyadh Region, Saudi Board. International Journal of Medicine in Developing Countries, 8 (1), 020-026. doi:10.24911/IJMDC.51-1692260806





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