Factores asociados a la percepción de competencias gerenciales en médicos peruanos recién egresados.

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      Factors associated with the perception of managerial competencies in recently graduated Peruvian doctors.
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      Background: The managerial competences allow the doctor in training to prepare for the insertion in the health system. Objetive: To identify factors associated with the perception of managerial competencies in doctors graduated from the undergraduate medical programs in who participated in the SERUMS 2018-1 process. Material and Methods: Observational analytical cross-sectional study. The questionnaire "How Dutch medical specialists perceive the competencies and training needs of medical residents in healthcare management" was applied to the doctors applying for SERUMS 2018-1. The prevalence ratio (PR) to measure the degree of association between variables was used. Results: Of the 289 doctors surveyed, 13.8% reported having undergone previous training that potentially contributes to their performance as a manager. 35.5% were at the Iow level of the perception of managerial competencies, 74.8% reported having an interest in developing management activities and 97.2% need training in medical management. Sex and previous training that contributes to performance as a manager is significantly associated with the perception of performance of effective managerial functions with a PR 1.66. Conclusions: The perception of developing effective managerial functions associated with sex and previous training. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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      Introducción: Las competencias gerenciales le permiten al médico en formación prepararse para la inserción en el sistema de salud. Objetivo: Identificar factores asociados a la percepción de competencias gerenciales en médicos egresados de los Establecimientos de Salud del Perú que participaron en el proceso SERUMS 2018-I. Material y Métodos: Estudio observacional, analítico de corte transversal. Se aplicó el cuestionario "How Dutch medical specialists perceive the competencies and training needs of medical residents in healthcare management" a los médicos postulantes al SERUMS 2018-I. Se midió el grado de asociación entre variables con la razón de prevalencia (RP). Resultados: De los 289 médicos encuestados, el 13,8% reportó haber realizado entrenamiento previo que potencialmente contribuye a su desempeño como gestor. El 35.5% se encontraba en el nivel bajo de la percepción de competencias gerenciales, el 74,8% reportó tener interés en desarrollar actividades de gerencia y un 97,2% tiene necesidad de formación en gerencia médica. El sexo y la capacitación previa que contribuye al desempeño como gerente está asociado significativamente con la percepción del desempeño de funciones gerenciales efectivas con una RP=1,66. Conclusiones: La percepción de desarrollar funciones gerenciales efectivas está asociada al sexo y a la capacitación previa. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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