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Hivatással és hálapénzzel kapcsolatos vélekedések a magyarországi családorvosok és családorvos rezidensek körében. / [Opinions of Hungarian family physicians and residents on vocation and informal payment].

Torzsa, Péter; Csatlós, Dalma; Eory, Ajándék; Hargittay, Csenge; Horváth, Ferenc; László, Andrea; Márkus, Bernadett; Mohos, András; Kalabay, László; Gyorffy, Zsuzsa.
Orv Hetil; 157(36): 1438-44, 2016 Sep.
Artigo em Húngaro | MEDLINE | Set 2016 | ID: mdl-27596511
Resumo: INTRODUCTION: The changing of the family medicine can be observed in the New Millennium. Migration, the aging of the healers and informal payment are crucial to the human resource crisis of the health sector. AIM: The aim of this study was to investigate the family physicians' and residents' opinions about the vocation and informal payment. METHOD: Exploratory, quantitative study was carried out among family physicians (n = 363) and family physician residents (n = 180). The central questions of the study were the vocation, the income and the informal payment. RESULTS: The most decisive factors of the carrier choice were altruism, service and responsibility. Residents were significantly rejective (19.7% vs. 38.3%, p<0.001) about informal payment. They would accept smaller amounts of informal payment (14.3% vs. 8.9%, p<0.034), and would spend it on praxis development (1.4% vs.9.4% p<0.023). CONCLUSIONS: The attitudes of family physicians and residents are the same in case of the vocation, but on the issue of informal payment, the two generations have different opinions. Orv. Hetil., 2016, 157(36), 1438-1444.