To what extent will the reform of medical education in 2016 (cancellation of internship, etc.) discourage some from learning, and others from being treated? What is the projected increase in mortality?

To what extent will the reform of medical education in 2016 (cancellation of internship, etc.) discourage some from learning, and others from being treated? What is the projected increase in mortality?

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Answer 1
September, 2021

The level of education (and so low) will significantly decrease. Yesterday's student, after the 6th year, will go to an appointment with a district therapist without any specific clinical training (before there was at least an internship). Well, just some strange summer practices. How this will affect mortality one can only guess.

Answer 2
September, 2021

Most likely, this will not affect the quality of education, and the quality of treatment will depend on the conscientiousness of the doctor, and not on the education system, especially since the terms of education in our country and in the West are approximately equal.

in fact, the student has no choice - after graduating from university he becomes a general practitioner (simply put, a district doctor) in the outpatient clinic. After three years that the young specialist spends on the site, he has a choice: go to residency or stay at the site. I think this is how the state is going to fill the shortage of doctors.

Regarding those wishing to study: somewhere the number of places in universities is growing, somewhere they are reduced, but the competition for medical universities is stable.

About patients - we all run the risk of getting sick, and then a choice arises: either go to the polyclinic at the place of residence and receive treatment at the expense of the compulsory medical insurance, or go to a private clinic. True, both in the public hospital and in the private clinic there are doctors who, with a fairly high degree of probability, sat at the same desk and studied according to the same program.

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