Dr. Saira Khan, Dr Abdul Mateen Hamid, Dr. Haris Khan
Aim: As part of a coordinated teaching technique, clinical trainees become familiar with radiology during their pre-clinical years. In any case, no examination has been conducted in Pakistan to show a system of teaching clinical radiology at the undergraduate level. Hence, we wanted to record and examine the current level of presentation requirements, approaches and rewards for radiologists and residents of private and public emergency clinics in Karachi, Pakistan. Methods: A study was conducted among 126 radiologists and residents of two private and two public emergency clinics in Karachi, Pakistan. Radiologists who were widely enrolled in the Pakistan Medical and Dental Council, either low maintenance or full-time, were included. Our current research was conducted at Jinnah Hospital, Lahore from March 2019 to February 2020. Residents and fellow radiologists who were widely registered with the Pakistan Medical and Dental Board were also included. Self-administered surveys to show obligations, techniques and prices were collected from 95 members. Results: The overall response rate was 79.52% (96/126). All radiologists were committed to teaching residents and clinical understudies, but only 37% detailed conventional preparation in skills training. While a large proportion of respondents (78%) agreed that clinical trainees seemed enthusiastic about learning radiology, the time spent encouraging clinical trainees was less than five hours per week each year (83%). Only 38% of respondents preferred committed company internships to disseminated company internships (42%). The approach most widely recognized as being most conducive to demonstration in general is individual collaboration. Radiologists are less likely to prefer instructional exercises, roadshows and learning meetings on specific topics than occupants. Teaching through X-ray films (86%) was the most commonly used method of orientation. Remuneration (58%) was the most frequently mentioned reward for education. Most respondents (89%) are dissatisfied with their current level of educational reward. Conclusion: All radiologists and residents working in a university radiology division are involved in the presentation of university understudies at different levels. The most popular teaching system includes the use of images, with individual collaboration between mentor and student. Financial compensation for teaching is built into the remuneration. The strategy adopted for training reasons to exist was essentially extraordinary between respondents from private medical clinics and those from public teaching medical clinics. Due to the low satisfaction of respondents, efforts should be made to provide satisfactory educational rewards. Keywords: Teaching Radiology, Private, Public Teaching Hospitals, Lahore.