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Notice on Issuance of Document System Regarding the National Standardized Training Base for Residents of Zhejiang Hospital


 

 

Notice on Issuance of Document System Regarding the National Standardized Training Base for Residents of Zhejiang Hospital

 

To all departments:

In order to strengthen the standardized training management of national residents and ensure the consistency of training quality, we cooperated with Zhejiang Zhongshan Hospital, No. 903 Hospital of the People's Liberation Army (PLA) Joint Logistic Support Force and Hangzhou Cancer Hospital to revise the Document Systems Regarding the National Standardized Training Base for Residents of Zhejiang Hospital on the basis of the 2017 Document Systems Regarding the Standardized Training for Residents of Zhejiang Hospital, and it is hereby issued to you.

 

Annexes: 1. Administrative Measures for the National Standardized Training Base for Residents of Zhejiang Hospital

2. Leading Group of the National Standardized Training Coordination Base for Residents of Zhejiang Hospital

3.Working Group of Standardized Training for Residents of Zhejiang Hospital

4. Organization Administrative Measures for the Standardized Training for Residents of Zhejiang Hospital

5. Faculty Administrative Measures for the Standardized Training for Residents of Zhejiang Hospital

6. Tutorial System Administrative Measures for the Standardized Training for Residents of Zhejiang Hospital

7. Implementation Rules for the Standardized Training for Residents of Zhejiang Hospital

8. Assessment Administrative Measures for the Standardized Training for Residents of Zhejiang Hospital

9. Fund Administrative Measures for the Standardized Training for Residents of Zhejiang Hospital

10. HR Administrative Measures for the Standardized Training for Residents of Zhejiang Hospital

 

Zhejiang Hospital

March 20, 2019

 

                                                               

Office of Zhejiang Hospital                        Issued on March 20, 2019

Annex 1

 

Administrative Measures for the National Standardized Training Base for Residents of Zhejiang Hospital

 

Chapter I Organizational Structure and Responsibilities

I. Leading Group of Standardized Training for Residents

Leading Group of Standardized Training for Residents is the management department for resident standardized training. The president of Zhejiang Hospital serves as the group leader; the vice president in charge of resident training and the director of the coordination base serve as the deputy group leaders; the deputy director of the coordination base, and heads of departments such as the Science & Education Department, Hospital Office, Medical Department, Human Resources Department, Finance Department, and Logistics Management Center serve as group members.

Responsibilities: Be responsible for formulating policies, guidelines and codes for resident standardized training; formulating and implementing the planning and plans for base construction; directing and supervising the training of various professional bases; approving relevant policies for resident standardized training and qualifications for resident training; reviewing the selection list of excellent bases and excellent teachers.

II. Working Group of Standardized Training for Residents

The Science & Education Department, together with the Human Resources Department, the Finance Department, the Medical Department, the Quality Management Office, the Information Center, representatives of trainees, and related personnel from the coordination base, jointly form the Working Group of Standardized Training for Residents.  Main responsibilities include: implement relevant policies of the hospital's resident standardized training; organize and coordinate the training of various professional bases; be responsible for the daily management of the resident standardized training; organize the recruitment of residents and conduct quality evaluation for resident training of different disciplines; organize department admission education and formulate training rotation plan; manage the final files of resident standardized training; handle and issue qualification certificates for resident standardized training; arrange standardized training on daily theory and skills; organize experts to irregularly supervise and check the daily management, training and assessment of residents for timely feedback and rectification.

III. Working Group of Professional Training Base

Professional base is the implementation agency of training. The discipline director recognized by the National Health and Family Planning Commission serves as the director of the professional base; the heads of relevant discipline of the coordination base serve as the deputy directors of the professional base; as well as the teaching directors, professional base secretaries and discipline secretaries, all above form the Professional Base for Resident Standardized Training.

Main responsibilities of professional base director: formulate the base management and development plan; conduct comprehensive management of trainee rotation, supervise the comprehensive training process of the trainees' clinical theoretical knowledge, clinical practice ability, and doctor-patient communication ability; review and determine the list of teachers; implement department admission education, case discussions, teaching rounds, small lectures, skills training, etc. as planned; implement stage examination, departmental rotation examination; be responsible for the management of standardized training files of residents in the base; organize base self-evaluation, and conduct summary and feedback; complete the training summary and report to the Science & Education Department.

Responsibilities of deputy directors of the professional base: assist the director of the professional base in various tasks; conduct comprehensive management of trainees in the rotation of the coordination base, and supervise the comprehensive training process of the trainees' clinical theoretical knowledge, clinical practice ability, and doctor-patient communication ability.

Responsibilities of teaching directors: under the leadership of the base director, be responsible for all teaching works of the base, prepare teaching plans; organie the base teachers to participate in internal training, concentrated lesson preparation or teaching discussion meetings; direct and supervise teaching of the teachers, and conduct assessment and evaluation; propose reward and punishment opinions for teachers and report them to the base director and the Science & Education Department for filing; make annual summary on teaching work of the base and report to the base director; assist the base director to complete other teaching-related tasks of the base; conduct final assessment and comprehensive appraisal on trainees.

Main responsibilities of professional base secretaries: be responsible for the daily management of the discipline, assign department teachers, ensuring that the ratio of resident to faculty should not be less than 1:2; organize discipline trainees to conduct daily theoretical training and departmental rotation examination; conduct annual discipline summary and cooperate with disciplines and base to carry out various tasks.

Responsibilities of discipline directors: under the leadership of base director, be responsible for teaching work of rotation departments; implement department admission education, case discussion, teaching rounds, small lectures, skills training, etc. as planned; organize department teachers to participate in training, concentrated lesson preparation or teaching discuss meetings organized by the professional base; direct and supervise the teaching work of teachers in the department; implement the departmental rotation examination and comprehensive appraisal of trainees in rotation; complete the training summary and report to the professional base.

Main responsibilities of discipline secretaries: be responsible for the specific management of trainees in rotation departments, conduct department admission education, assign trainees to specific teachers; organize small lectures, discussion of difficult cases, teaching rounds, etc. in the department; organize trainees to conduct graduation theoretical examinations and skill tests; complete 360-degree evaluations on the trainees every month; cooperate with base and disciplines to carry out various tasks.

IV. Teachers

There is a clear system for selection and training of teachers. Department teachers are the specific performer of the training. Teachers are personnel with senior professional titles or those who have been attending physicians for more than three years. All teachers must be trained before work.

Responsibilities of discipline teachers: undertake the training works assigned in the discipline, focus on the education of medical ethics, and teach by precept and example; adjust the number of beds and the severity of diseases according to the abilities of trainees; know the training objectives and requirements of trainees, and pay attention to basic theoretical knowledge and skills training; check and correct the medical records of trainees on time, communicate and discuss with trainees, and sign in time; direct trainees in clinical operation and supervise trainees' operating specifications; can conduct in-depth discussions based on cases and correctly analyze diagnosis and treatment plans; correctly guide trainees to conduct scientific clinical thinking and patiently answer relevant questions; track the trend and current status of specialist research, and provide trainees with new development and knowledge in time; organize case discussions, teaching rounds, small lectures or special lectures; focus on trainees' mental status, initiatively provide counseling for those with abnormalities and contact the Science & Education Department; collect trainees' suggestions on discipline training and use them as the basis for clinical teaching improvement; be responsible for the management of standardized training files for resident in the department; complete the annual training plan and report to discipline directors and secretaries.

Chapter II Implementation Rules for the Standardized Training for Residents

I. Training Objective

Through comprehensive, formal and rigorous clinical resident training, trainees can reach the level of junior specialist attending physicians after completing the training. The specific requirements are as follows:

(I) Master the basic theories of relevant second-level disciplines, have systematic knowledge of second-level disciplines, know the new developments of relevant third-level disciplines at home and abroad, and be able to apply them to practical work.

(II) Have rich clinical experience and strong clinical thinking ability in this third-level discipline, master the clinical skills in this third-level discipline relatively proficiently, can independently deal with common diseases and some difficult diseases in this third-level discipline, can provide professional guidance for inferior physicians and can serve as teaching guide for undergraduate.

(III) Preliminarily master the clinical research methods, and can closely integrate clinical and practice to write academic papers of a certain level.

(IV) Be able to read foreign books and periodicals of this third-level subject relatively proficiently, and have certain ability of listening, speaking, reading and writing.

(V) Have good comprehensive humanistic qualities required for medical practice.

II. Trainee

(I) Graduates who have signed an employment contract with the employer and intend to engage in clinical work with a bachelor's degree or above in clinical, dental or other medical discipline;

(II) Three-year medical college graduates who have signed an employment contract with the employer and intend to engage in general practice in urban and rural community health service institutions;

(III) Those who have signed an employment contract with the employer and need to participate in the resident standardized training according to the actual training demand of the region and the unit;

(IV) Graduates (social trainees) who have signed training and employment contracts with the training base and intend to engage in clinical work with a bachelor's degree or above in clinical, dental or other medical discipline.

(V) Those who have passed the National Postgraduate Entrance Examination and have been recruited as full-time postgraduates with a master's degree in clinical medicine by Zhejiang University, Wenzhou Medical University, Zhejiang Chinese Medical University, etc.

(VI) Trainees who sign up for general medicine training can be given priority for admission.

The registration and recruitment of Chinese medicine personnel shall be carried out according to the specific notice of the Chinese medicine administrative department.

III. Training Requirements

(I) Comprehensive Quality Requirements

1. Rigorous and realistic work style, scientific attitude towards excellence medical technology, and the concept of serving the people's health wholeheartedly.

2. "Patient oriented, medical quality centered" professional concept and excellent medical ethics.

3. Good doctor-patient communication skills.

4. Observe discipline and abide by laws, unite and cooperate.

(II) Basic Theory and Clinical Skills Requirements

1. Type of disease: meet the requirements of the type of disease specified in the 2012 Standardized Training Standards for Resident in Zhejiang Province.

2. Rotation training: meet the rotation training requirements of the 2012 Standardized Training Standards for Resident in Zhejiang Province, combine the training rules of each discipline of our hospital, and perform department rotation according to the specific rotation plan formulated by the hospital. During the rotation, log in to the website of resident standardized training management system in time, carefully fill in the disease records, basic skills, surgical operations, graduation summary, etc. Those who do not meet the requirements of department rotation plan or rotation training will be deemed as unqualified and cannot participate in the annual assessment organized by the hospital, and the training in the current year will be invalid.

3. Clinical skills training: meet the requirements of 2012 Standardized Training Standards for Resident in Zhejiang Province, master the basic diagnosis and treatment techniques of this discipline, and the etiology, pathogenesis, clinical manifestations, diagnosis and differential diagnosis, treatment methods, outpatient and emergency treatment and medical record writing of the major diseases in this discipline, and other clinical operation skills and comprehensive treatment abilities.

(III) Foreign language ability: mainly self-study, requiring systematic and conscientious reading of foreign monographs, related documents and professional magazines designated for various disciplines, and have certain ability in listening, speaking, reading and writing.

(IV) Teaching and research ability: resident of more than two years can undertake clinical practice teaching work; develop certain research ability under the guidance of superior physicians, and write at least one academic paper of a certain level.

(V) Training the ability to communicate with patients: learn how to talk with patients when collecting medical history, build mutual trust between doctors and patients as possible, and cultivate trainees' concepts of loving, understanding and helping patients in practice; cultivate doctor-patient communication skills; positively affect the patient's recall and understanding, mental dependency, elimination of symptoms and some physiological reactions.

(VI) Resident who have not obtained the qualification certificate of practicing doctors shall be organized by the assignment hospital to participate in the National Examination of Qualification Certificate of Practicing Doctors during the period of resident standardized training.

(VII) Training requirements to be met by trainees of different grades: For trainee of first year, focus on cultivating their basic skills of basic medical theory, including medical history collection, physical examination and medical record writing, cardiopulmonary resuscitation, and tracheal intubation operations; standardized patients and simulated patients are used to train and assess them so that they can master the diagnosis and treatment principles of common clinical diseases and frequently-occurring diseases. For trainee of second year, focus on their clinical thinking ability and clinical practice ability, so that they can master treatment methods and principles. Master thoracentesis, bone marrow puncture, lumbar puncture, abdominal puncture, aseptic surgery and central venous puncture. For trainee of third year, focus on training of their comprehensive clinical practice ability, including communication ability training and teamwork ability training, allow them to participate in research on teaching and topics, and cultivate their teamwork and clinical decision-making capabilities.

IV. Training Period

(I) Physicians who graduated from medical colleges and universities will receive standardized training from the first year of clinical work, which lasts for three years; according to the development needs of the hospital, they can enter the second stage to explore several subspecialties for years of training after completing three years of resident standardized training.

(II) Postgraduates (including graduates of the seven-year clinical medicine) physicians will receive standardized training from the first year of clinical work. For master of medical science degree, the training lasts for three years, and for master of medical professional degree, the training lasts for two years.  Postgraduates who have been trained in related disciplines in tertiary hospitals and have worked for three years shall receive no less than one year of resident standardized training.

(III) Doctors with medical professional degrees and doctors with a medical science degree who obtained medical professional degree in their postgraduate stage shall receive no less than one year of resident standardized training. Doctors with a medical science degree who obtained medical science degree in their postgraduate stage shall receive no less than two years of resident standardized training.

(IV) Residents transferred from other units and physicians who have not obtained the Qualification Certificate of Resident Standardized Training after being assessed by the hospital, shall participate in the corresponding years of resident training; physicians who have obtained the Qualification Certificate of Resident Standardized Training, shall participate in the rotation according to the actual business level before becoming a regular employees and being graded.

V. Training Methods

(I) Focus on clinical practice skills training, and mainly adopt the practice rotation method of relevant clinical departments to teach and guide residents.

(II) The study of professional theory is mainly self-study, supplemented by centralized teaching.

(III) All departments must arrange for standardized training doctors to participate in the duty of the department, and standardized training physicians with a practicing physician's license can be arranged for independent duty by the department according to the condition.

VI. Assessment of Standardized Training for Residents

Residents' professional technical assessment is strictly implemented in accordance with the Implementation Rules for the Standardized Training for Residents in Zhejiang Province. Daily assessment (including monthly assessment) and departmental rotation examination are specifically implemented by each department and supervised by the working group. Annual assessment is organized by the Science & Education Department of the Hospital. All departments and the working group shall cooperate in implementation, and the assessment team shall supervise it.

(I) Daily Assessment

1. A strict attendance and leave system is implemented. The teaching secretary of each department shall perform their attendance duties. The Science & Education Department will randomly check on the job status. Those fail to attend without asking for leave shall be deemed as absenteeism, if the absence exceeds ten days in one year, the training period will be extended by one year. A paper leave application form is required for asking for leave. For leave of less than two days, the applicant shall fill in the leave application form in two copies, and obtain signature and approval of the director of the rotation department. For leave of more than two days (including), the applicant need to fill in the leave application form in triplicate. After being signed by the teacher and the department directer and affixed with seal by the Science  & Education Department, one copy shall be filed in the Science & Education Department, one will be transferred to the teacher in rotation department, and the other will be transferred to  the leaving department.  After the leave, the applicant must report back to the Science & Education Department, otherwise, it will be deemed as absenteeism. The leave for academic conferences is limited to once a year. During the training, the cumulative total of sick leave, casual leave and other leave shall not exceed 15 days per year. If the leave exceeds 15 days in the current year, the training will be extended by another one year. Specific implementation is in accordance with the hospital attendance management system.

2. During the training, the monthly assessment and annual assessment will be unqualified in case any of the following:

(1) Those who have serious problems regarding medical ethics or medical disputes during the training.

(2) Those who do not obey the rotation arrangement of the training base and fail to complete the rotation plan as required.

(3) Those who have asked for leaves of various types for more than ten working days in one month.

3. The trainees and teachers shall record the training process and training content in the information management platform for resident standardized training in a timely, accurate and detailed manner as an important basis for training assessment. Data such as the number of specific operation cases and written medical records shall not be falsified, and shall be supervised and managed by the resident training group.

4. The hospital shall organize centralized lectures every two weeks, and the trainees whose attendance rate is less than 80% are not qualified for the annual assessment. If the trainee is unable to attend the class due to surgery or other reasons, he/she must ask for leave in advance on the mobile APP, which shall be reviewed by the Science & Education Department. If the trainee cannot ask for leave in advance due to special reasons such as rescuing the patient, the trainee must fill in a written leave application form afterwards, which shall be signed by the director of the rotation department and submitted to the Science & Education Department. Trainees need to scan the QR code to sign in before the lesson, and they are not allowed to enter the classroom for being 15 minutes late. After the class is over, they can only sign out after evaluating the teacher's lesson.

5. All trainees are rotated in accordance with the training plan and are not allowed to exchange training departments without permission. If found, the monthly allowance of the director and secretary of both original and rotating departments will be deducted for the first time; the training will be extended for another one year for the second time; and the training will be extended for another two years for the third time.

(II) Departmental Rotation Examination

1. According to the Assessment Administrative Measures for the Standardized Training for Residents, unify the organization forms and methods of examination and assessment. All professional bases adopt a unified method to implement the departmental rotation examination for the rotation trainees of the coordination base. When a resident completes a rotation in a department, the rotation department will assess the resident in accordance with the training implementation measures and the requirements of the discipline working group, including medical ethics, attendance, medical record writing, clinical skills, and 12-hour stay at hospital system for residents, business learning, etc. In addition, conduct theory and skill examination, keep records, and maintain test papers.

2. Strengthen the guidance and supervision on departmental rotation examination. The departmental rotation theory examination is scheduled to be conducted at noon on the penultimate working day of each month at Medical Simulation Center in the Sandun Hospital Area and the classroom on the 4th floor of Building 6 in Lingyin Hospital Area. An assessment group consisting of two people from the professional base will supervise the examination. The department graduation ability examination is organized by various professional bases. Trainees who fail to pass the departmental rotation examination must take the make-up examination within one month. Those who still fail the make-up examination will re-rotate in the discipline. Science & Education Department shall organize the personnel of the resident training working group to supervise the departmental rotation examination. The teacher is responsible for the departmental rotation evaluation. Before graduation of trainees, the teacher is responsible for urging the trainees to complete the 360-degree evaluation.

(III) Annual Assessment

1. The annual assessment consists of daily attendance assessment; daily departmental rotation performance assessment; daily theory and skill training completion assessment; and annual theory and skill examination.

2. Assessment content and ratio: the final total score of annual assessment is 100 points, of which: daily attendance assessment accounts for 10% of total annual assessment scores; daily departmental rotation performance assessment accounts for 15% of total annual assessment scores; daily theory and skills training completion assessment accounts for 15% of total annual assessment scores; and the annual theory and skills examination accounts for 60% of total annual assessment scores. After the results of the whole year are summarized, the assessment score ≥ 90 is considered excellent, 80 ≤ assessment score <90 is good, 60 ≤ assessment score <80 is qualified, and assessment score <60 is unqualified.

3. The annual theory and skill examination is organized by the Science & Education Department and completed at the end of December each year.

4. Those who pass the annual assessment are allowed to enter the next year's training, and those who fail to pass will be deducted for one-month rewarding merit pay. The training in the current year is invalid and the rotation training shall be extended for another one year.

(IV) Completion Assessment

1. The trainees participating in the completion assessment shall complete the training related to the resident standardized training within the specified period, pass the training process assessment, and obtain the Physician Qualification Certificate.

2. For those who do not pass the process assessment, the resident himself shall apply to extend the training for up to one year with the approval of training base. The cost of extended training shall be borne by the individual.

3. Candidates who do not participate in the completion assessment without a reason after registration will be disqualified for the current year's assessment, and the registration review shall be conducted in the following year. Those who fail to pass the completion written examination or clinical skills examination can register for the next year. Those who fail twice will be cancelled their qualifications for resident standardized training after being reviewed by the Provincial Post-graduate Medical Education Commission.

4. Resident who falsify the content of training process assessment or the eligibility for registration are not allowed to register for the completion written examination and clinical skills examination within two years. Disciplinary violations arising in the completion written examination and clinical skills examination shall be handled strictly in accordance with the relevant regulations of the assessment and examination.

5. Trainees who fail the first completion assessment will be deducted for one-year rewarding merit pay. Those who fail to pass the make-up examination will be delayed for one year in promotion. Those who fail the two-year assessment will be re-trained.

(V) Recognition of Assessment Results

Those who have undergone standardized whole-process training and passed the assessment will be reviewed by the Science & Education Department and reported to the National Health and Family Planning Commission and the Zhejiang Provincial Post-Graduate Medical Education Commission, which will approve and issue a National Resident Training Qualification Certificate as a precondition for applying for promotion to the attending physician.

Chapter III Personnel Management and Financial Guarantee

I. Personnel Management

In accordance with the requirements of the Administrative Measures for the Standardized Training for Residents of Zhejiang Provincial and National Health and Family Planning Commission, the HR Administrative Measures for the Standardized Training for Residents of Zhejiang Hospital was hereby formulated.

(I) Resident in this hospital shall be managed by the Human Resources Department, and the Science & Education Department shall uniformly arranges their rotation.

(II) The personnel files of the trainees selected and sent by the training commissioning unit shall be managed by the original unit.

They shall sign a standardized training agreement with the training base, and their daily management is managed by the hospital's Science & Education Department. After the training is completed, no trainee shall be retained. The resident standardized training adopts a continuous training method of two to three years, and the training base and the original unit shall not terminate or interrupt the resident standardized training without any reason during the training. The training disciplines of jointly cultivation through mutual negotiation of the two parties must strictly implement the established training plan and complete the training tasks of both parties with quality and quantity.

(III) Trainees recruited from society shall sign labor contracts with the hospital, maintain social insurance, and establish technical files. Their daily management is the same with the hospital residents.

(IV) The personnel files of the trainees of the coordination base are managed by the coordination base. They shall sign standardized training agreements with the coordination base, and their daily management is managed by the Science & Education Department of the coordination base. According to national requirements, the trainees of the coordination base must receive rotation for certain time in the main base during the training.

(V) During the training, the trainees shall consciously abide by the rules and regulations of the training hospital. If there is any violation, they will be punished according to the regulations, or even extend or terminate the training.

II. Financial Management

According to the Administrative Measures for the Standardized Training for Residents of Zhejiang Provincial and National Health and Family Planning Commission, to guarantee the living conditions of trainees during the training, we formulate the Fund Administrative Measures for the Standardized Training for Residents of our hospital.

(I) Fund Guarantee

According to training needs, the National Health and Family Planning Commission allocates an annual quota of RMB 30,000 per person to the national standardized training base for residents, of which RMB 20,000 is used as a living allowance for trainees and RMB 10,000 is used as the base operating and management funds.

(II) Special Living Allowance

In accordance with national regulations, a living allowance of RMB 20,000 per year is granted to the trainees of the base, which will be paid to their performance salary on a monthly basis after attendance at the standard of RMB 1,667 per month.

(III) Base Management Cost

Professional base director will receive a teaching allowance of RMB 800/month, teaching director will receive a teaching allowance of RMB 600/month, professional base secretary will receive RMB 500/month teaching allowances, and discipline director and discipline secretary will receive a teaching allowance of RMB 200/month. Teaching allowance of discipline is RMB 200/trainee/month; teaching allowance of excellent base is RMB 300/trainee/month; expense of internal expert lectures is RMB 200/hour, expense of external expert lecture is RMB 500-1500/hour; consulting fee is RMB 1000-3000/time; expense of small lecture is RMB 50 yuan/time; expense of clinical skills operation is RMB 50/hour; expense of an annual assessment examiner is RMB 500/time, and the expense of completion assessment shall be implemented in accordance with the relevant regulations of Zhejiang Provincial Health and Family Planning Commission. Resident training tutors will receive an allowance of RMB 300 per month based on the annual assessment, and experts of the supervision group will receive an allowance of RMB 500 per time. RMB 500-1000 will be awarded to those placed in various matches and competitions in the hospital; RMB 200-300/person will be awarded to the finalists; review fee of RMB 500/half-day will be given to internal expert judges of the hospital, and review fee of RMB 1000-2000/time will be given to external expert judges. Resident training tutor whose assessment result at the end of the year is good or above will be given an annual allowance of RMB 1,200.

(IV) Other Expenses

During the resident training rotation period, they will receive the duty fee and night shift fee according to the hospital duty standard. Commissioned trainees selected and sent by the other hospitals will be provided with free accommodation, and they only need to pay utility bills. Those who do not need accommodation will receive a monthly transportation subsidy of RMB 200. Trainees of our hospital, undergraduate trainees, and trainees from the coordination base for rotation in our hospital will be provided with accommodation and they need to pay utility bills. During the training, commissioned trainees, social trainees, and postgraduate resident trainees will receive a monthly meal allowance of RMB 200, just like the resident trainees of our hospital.

(V) Incentive Expenses

Outstanding clinical teachers, residency trainees, professional bases, directors and secretaries of the bases, tutors and residency training managers shall be rewarded according to the relevant regulations of the Hospital.

(VI) Social Trainee

The Hospital will sign a contract with trainees recruited from the public, pay social insurance for them, and pay them salary with reference to the salary standard of personnel at the same kind of posts in the Hospital.


Annex 2

 

Leading Group of National Standardized Residency Training Base of Zhejiang Hospital

 

I. Leading Group of National Standardized Residency Training Base

Leader: Yan Jing

Deputy Leaders: Jin Xiaoqing, Gao Xiangfu, Yan Li, Wu Shixiu

Members: Ma Ruijie, Cai Guolong, Xu Qianghong, Chen Xinyu, Shen Jiong

Yu Ping, Yang Jun, Fei Kefeng, Pan Shanwei

Office Director: Cai Guolong

Deputy Directors: Chen Rui'an, Xu Fen, Chen Qin, Han Jianshan, Zhang Hongfang

Members: Jiang Chenyao, Fang Yi, Huang Liangyan, Dong Xiuqin

II. Professional Bases for Standardized Residency Training

Professional Base of Internal Medicine Department

Director: Qin Guangyue

Deputy Directors: Zhang Weiping, Wang Jing

Teaching Directors: Wang Yan, Tan Qingying

Head of the Teaching and Research Section: Qin Guangyue

Secretaries of Professional Base: Zhou Xiaoxi, Ran Ran, Yao Jiaqi

Members: Tang Lijiang, Gong Shijin, Zheng Peifen, Shen Yimin, Wu Tianfeng

Chen Jianguo, Wang Bozhong, Yuan Fang, Lei Yanchang, Jiang Xiaoxiao

Zhu Xiaofeng, Wu Yuquan, Dai Yi, Zhang Cunhai, Zhu Zhijun

Xu Donge, Zhu Feiyan, Liu Ying, Chen Qingyong, Yao Yuan

Zhao Zhiyou, Wang Xi

Professional Base of Surgery Department

Director: Wang Guoliang

Deputy Director: Fang Xiaoming

Teaching Directors: Chen Hui, Lu Zhongyuan

Head of the Teaching and Research Section: Wang Guoliang

Secretaries of Professional Base: Xu Yanhui, Ye Yunjie

Members: Chen Guoping, He Renliang, Yu Jiandi, Shen Zheng, Xie Shangnao

Shen Yufei, Yao Ning, Qi Xiaoping, Luo Jianjun, Yao Yuan

Lou Suliang, Lu Yisheng, Zheng Longbao, Liu Zhirong, Ye Hong

Chen Zhengli, Lin Fulin

Professional Base of Emergency Department

Director: Dai Haiwen

Teaching Director: Zhao Junfeng

Head of the Teaching and Research Section: Zhao Junfeng

Secretary of Professional Base: Chen Xufeng

Professional Base of Rehabilitation Medicine Department

Director: Lin Jian

Deputy Director: Wang Bozhong

Teaching Director: Liu Xiaolin

Head of the Teaching and Research Section: Liu Xiaolin

Secretaries of Professional Base: Huang Xiongang, Liu Xinwen

Professional Base of Anesthesiology Department

Director: Xia Yanfei

Deputy Director: Jin Xiaoliang

Teaching Director: Lu Xing, Lyu Wenyan

Head of the Teaching and Research Section: Lu Xing

Secretaries of Professional Base: Su Xunling, Wang Jingyu

Professional Base of Neurology Department

Director: Li Yaguo

Teaching Director: Qiao Song

Head of the Teaching and Research Section: Liu Xiaoli

Secretary of Professional Base: Liu Yang

Professional Base of Ophthalmology Department

Director: Xu Jiehui

Teaching Director: Lou Jixian

Head of the Teaching and Research Section: Xu Jiehui

Secretary of Professional Base: Dai Yuanmin

Professional Base of Otolaryngology Department

Director: Xu Minda

Teaching Director: Chen Songyue

Head of the Teaching and Research Section: Xu Minda

Secretary of Professional Base: Yang Hua

Professional Base of Radiology Department

Director: Zhang Jianjun

Deputy Director: Chen Xingcan, Lin Min

Teaching Directors: Feng Yue, Qian Qi, Liu Miao

Head of the Teaching and Research Section: Zhang Jianjun

Secretaries of Professional Base: Ji Danyan, Zhu Zhanying, Huang Jingyi

Professional Base of Ultrasonic Department

Director: Ye Meng

Deputy Director: Cai Jin, Yu Xiuhua

Teaching Directors: Yang Jidong, Wu Xiaohui

Head of the Teaching and Research Section: Bu Zhibin

Secretaries of Professional Base: Zhan Weiwei, He Ting, Wang Chunlian

Professional Base of Laboratory Department

Director: Zhou Huanqin

Teaching Director: Li Meng

Head of the Teaching and Research Section: Li Meng

Secretary of Professional Base: Zhu Jie

Professional Base of General Medicine Department

Director: Chen Jin

Teaching Director: Chai Qichen

Head of the Teaching and Research Section: Chai Qichen

Secretary of Professional Base: Lyu Jing

Professional Base of Orthopedics Department

Director: Ru Xuanliang

Teaching Director: Zhao Zhengxu

Head of the Teaching and Research Section: Zhao Zhengxu

Secretaries of Professional Base: Mao Su, Gui Xiange, Lin Hang

Professional Base of Gynaecology and Obstetrics Department

Director: Li Caiyun

Deputy Director: Zhou Jinhong

Teaching Director: Shi Lifeng

Secretaries of Professional Base: Mao Jingyue, Xiang Fuying

Professional Base of Stomatology Department

Director: Ren Yanyun

Deputy Director: Xu Guochao

Teaching Director: Wang Limin

Secretary of Professional Base: Li Ying

Professional Base of Department of Radiation Oncology

Director: Deng Qinghua

Deputy Director: Zhang Jianjun

Teaching Director: Dai Hui

Secretary of Professional Base: Zhao Pengjun


Annex 3

 

Standardized Residency Training Working Group of Zhejiang Hospital

 

Leader: Jin Xiaoqing

Deputy Leader: Cai Guolong

Members: Chen Rui'an, Xu Fen, Chen Qin, Han Jianshan, Zhang Hongfang

Chen Xinyu, Xu Qianghong, Yu Ping, Shen Jiong, Yang Jun

Fei Kefeng, Pan Shanwei, Jiang Chenyao, Fang Yi, Huang Liangyan

Dong Xiuqin (Representative of Trainees)

Secretary: Jiang Chenyao

Responsible Department: Science & Education Department

 


Annex 4

 

Organization Management Measures for the Standardized Residency Training of Zhejiang Hospital

 

I. Education Committee of the Hospital

The Committee is responsible for the top-level design of standardized residency training, and deciding on the overall development plan and major reform measures, in which the president serves as the chairman, the vice president in charge of teaching serves as the vice chairman, and the director of the professional base, the heads of all departments, and the heads of the Science & Education Department, Human Resources Department, Finance Department, Medical Department, Quality Management Office and other functional departments serve as members. Meetings are held at least twice a year to discuss and finalize major issues related to the standardized residency training, and may be convened on an ad hoc basis if necessary. The current committee has 43 members in total. Main responsibilities are:

(I) To participate in the formulation and revision of medical education management systems and regulations of the Hospital, and supervise the implementation thereof.

(II) To review the medical education programs, and review and supervise the medical education tasks and implementation thereof.

(III) To listen to opinions and suggestions on medical education of the Hospital, and put forward  guiding opinions.

(IV) To review the qualification requirements for clinical teaching staff.

(V) To identify teaching accidents and give handling suggestions.

(VI) To deliberate on the teaching rewards and punishments of teaching, promotion plan for clinical teacher, etc.

II. Leading Group of the Standardized Residency Training Coordination Base

Leading Group of Standardized Residency Training is the standardized residency training management department, in which the president of Zhejiang Hospital serves as the group leader; the vice president in charge of teaching and the president of the coordination base serve as the deputy leaders; the vice president of the coordination base, and heads of all departments such as the Science & Education Department, Hospital Office, Medical Department, Human Resources Department, Finance Department, and Logistics Management Center serve as members. Main responsibilities are:

(I) To be responsible for the formulation of policies, guidelines and specifications for the standardized residency training.

(II) To formulate and implement plans and programs for base building.

(III) To guide and supervise the training at each professional base.

(IV) To review and approve the relevant policies and qualifications of standardized residency training of the Hospital.

(V) To review the selection list of outstanding bases and outstanding clinical teachers.

III. Standardized Residency Training Working Group

Standardized Residency Training Working Group consists of the Science & Education Department, the Human Resources Department, the Finance Department, the Medical Department, the Quality Management Office, the Information Center, and representatives of trainees. Main responsibilities are:

(I) To implement relevant standardized residency training policies of the Hospital.

(II) To organize and coordinate the training of all professional bases.

(III) To be responsible for the routine management of the standardized residency training.

(IV) To organize the recruitment of residents and conduct quality assessment on residency training of all departments.

(V) To organize department admission education and formulate training rotation plan.

(VI) To review monthly teaching programs submitted by each department in the rotation.

(VII) To manage the final files of standardized residency training.

(VIII) To handle and issue qualification certificates for standardized residency training.

(IX) To arrange standardized training on daily theory and skills.

(X) To organize experts to irregularly supervise and check the routine management, training and appraisal of residents for timely feedback and rectification.

IV. Professional Base

Professional base is an agency for implementing training, in which the director of department recognized by the National Health and Family Planning Commission serves as the director, the heads of all departments of the coordination base serve as the deputy directors, and the teaching director, head of the Teaching and Research Section, and secretaries of professional base and all departments serve as members.

Responsibilities of the Director of the professional base are:

(I) To formulate the management and development plans for the base.

(II) To conduct comprehensive management of trainees in the rotation, and supervise the comprehensive training process of the trainees in clinical theoretical knowledge, clinical practice ability, and doctor-patient communication ability.

(III) Review and determine the list of teachers.

(IV) Implement department admission education, case discussion, teaching rounds, small lectures, skills training, etc. as planned.

(V) Implement stage appraisal and graduation appraisal.

(VI) Take charge of the management of standardized training files of residents in the base.

(VII) Organize base self-assessment, and make a summary and give feedback.

(VIII) Complete the training summary and report to the Science & Education Department.

Responsibilities of deputy directors of the professional base

(I) Assist the director of the professional base with various tasks.

(II) Conduct comprehensive management of trainees in the rotation of the coordination base, and supervise the comprehensive training process of the trainees in clinical theoretical knowledge, clinical practice ability, and doctor-patient communication ability.