Dr. Sardar Umer Rehman, Dr Ramsha Gull, Dr Qamar Abrar
Aim: To evaluate status of general a medical procedure graduates’ learner entering licensed careful subspecialty cooperation in Pakistan. Methods: A multi-sectoral and global evaluation review planned by the Fellowship Board Research Group was sent electronically to all subspecialty program leaders. Interviewees included low-restrictive medical procedures, obesity cases, colorectal, hepatobiliary and thoracic cancer cases. There were 49 quantitative questions spread over 5 domains and at least 1 intelligent subjective question/zone. Results: The response rate was 63% (n=92/149). Of the program leaders surveyed, 22% felt that new fellows were caught unawares in the delivery room, 38% showed a lack of patient ownership, 32% could not freely perform laparoscopic cholecystectomy, and 68% were considered unfit to work for 30 minutes without the aid of a major strategy. In terms of laparoscopic skills, 36% could not control traumatic tissue, 28% could not perceive anatomical planes and 58% could not stitch. In addition, 29% of colleagues were curious about restorative choices and 26% could not perceive early indications of discomfort. Conclusion: At long last, it was felt that most of new colleagues couldn't imagine, plan, and direct exploration/scholarly ventures. Topical grouping of subjective information uncovered shortfalls in areas of employable self-rule, reformist duty, longitudinal development, and academic concentration after broad medical procedure training. Keywords: General Surgery Trainees Accredited Surgical Sub-Specialty Fellowships.