number of Residents recirculating except attribute to reapply MIR Exam and gaining a position in a new medical field has increased 30 percent compared to last year. Thus, 2.1 percent of the space in this call is assigned to the recirculating MIR, whereas 95 percent taken by new award winners,
In addition, according to information prepared by the Health Training Management Service, the percentage of doctors and specialists Which chose to change the attribute to the 2021-2022 call, a four point increase over the previous period, representing 2.9 percent of the total awarded places.
Collectively, the number of roaming residents is determined 404, breaking the declining trend of recent years. In the call for 2020-2021, MIRs who decided to leave the residence during their training decreased 16.5 percent 29.3 percent over the previous year and over the last five.
loss MIR and specialist Those who decided to select a new feature in the 2020-2021 call saw an increase of 14 percent over the previous year and 11 percent compared to the previous five.
In the 2019-2020 call, marked by COVID-19The percentage of recurring residents increased by 13.5 percent over the previous year, but decreased by 42 percent compared to the last five years. The number of students and specialists who recirculated was also reduced by 12.7 compared to the call and 63 per cent compared to the previous five.
Family Medicine’s Recirculating MIR
As in the previous calls, family and community medicine This year accounted for the largest amount of recirculating MIR. In particular, they have been 181 Primary care residents who have taken the 2022 MIR exam to choose a new specialty. In the previous call, 37 per cent of the total resignations were related to the family.
intensive care Ranked second in areas of abandonment with 20 applicants (5 percent), while internal Medicine ranks third with 16 MIR (4 percent).
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