Intensive Care

Specialists in training require an educational program that views learning of the specialty as a continuous and structured process based on the progressive acquisition of competencies and responsibilities. The program moreover should be flexible, and the residents should be able to personally play an active and relevant role in designing it. There is great interest in ensuring that the system guarantees training that is of objective quality, up to date, homogeneous and homologated within the European Union. A teaching strategy based on a more international view is regarded as a must. Not only is there a clear preference for scientific exchange with other countries through external rotations, but residents also have a clear desire to cross frontiers.

Residents in training firmly support a process that contributes to the harmonization of competencies with other countries, allowing them to serve as intensivists in any country once their training period has been completed. It is assumed that homologation entails personal and collective commitment to the quality of the training received, which must be high.

The tutor is recognized to be important as a guide for the correct application of the training activities, and as an evaluator of the trajectory of the resident. The residents have a positive opinion of the results of the current system, and consider that it may be further improved by the incorporation of new educational resources such as structured training assessments and clinical simulations. They consider quality control of the training received, and periodic auditing of the units accredited for teaching activities, to be very important issues.

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