Investigation and Research on the Status Quo of Medical Students' Profession Identity under the Background of Doctor-Patient Contradiction
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Qiang Li, Min Chen, Changhai Yun
Objective: To understand the current situation of medical students' professional cognition under the background of doctor-patient contradiction. Methods: From April to May 2020, 1007 medical students of different majors were selected by stratified random sampling at Qiqihar Medical College in Heilongjiang Province to conduct a questionnaire survey of medical students' professional identity. Results: The average scores of medical students' professional identity at different latitudes were higher than normal levels, and the average scores of medical students who participated in the internship were higher than those of students who did not participate in the internship. The average score of urban students in all latitudes is higher than that of rural students.
Medical students, Doctor-patient contradiction, Occupational identity, Occupational cognition