Strides in Development of Medical Education

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1 Spelialist in Ergonomy, Assistant Professor of Ergonomy Dept., Shahid Sadooghi Medical Sciences University, Yazd, Iran.

2 General Practiotioner, Shahid Sadooghi Medical Sciences University, Yazd, Iran.

3 B.Sc. in Nursing, Shahid Sadooghi Medical Sciences University, Yazd, Iran

4 B.Sc. in Statistics, Shahid Sadooghi Medical Sciences University, Yazd, Iran.


Background and Objective: Educational services should be provided to students in a way that they feel they are in a safe environment Since registration is the first stage of educational process this study was conducted to survey the students satisfaction of the registration process Method: This is a crosssectional study performed by stratified sampling from each faculty of Yazd University of Medical Sciences Data were collected by a questionnaire and analyzed using C hi square ttest and oneway ANOVA and through SPSS software Results: In whole 200 students ( 82 females and 116 males ) were studied From all subjects 175 ones ( 893%) had been registered without using internet of whom 96 students ( 696%) mentioned that it had been due to the lack of easy access to the registration programs A total of 109 students considered officials familiarity with the registration process desirable while 7 students ( 49%) considered it undesirable According to 109 students ( 599%) officials assistance in students registration based on their job duties had been desirable and only 5 students ( 27%) considered it undesirable Mean satisfaction rate based on students sex (P < 005) local and nonlocal residency (P< 005) and the universitys faculty (P


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