عنوان مقاله [English]
Background: Evidence Based Medicine (EBM) training in residency program not only facilitates development of skills needs to practice of medicine but also helps learning of research principles involve publishing evidence. In this study, we aim to clarify the research barriers which residents in Kerman University of Medical Sciences may face in our health care setting and to determine factors influencing their research activities.
Methods: This is a descriptive cross sectional study. The study sample consisted of 140 medical residents of all fields of the University. Data were collected by a reliable and valid administered questionnaire related to 5 obstacle in research including educational, Personal and professional, Resources and their management.
Results: Three types of obstacles were considered to affect research activities by most of the respondents, with maximum agreement identifying educational obstacles in research skills development. Personal and professional, Resources and their management were included two the other type of obstacles. There were no significant differences by field of study, and durations of their course in these issues.
Conclusion: All residents in all grade of education emphasized similar factors influenced their research activities, the most important of which was their research skills such as literature review and scientific writing. Therefore, our findings show that the student specialists can conduct scientific and effective research in their course provided that we can design research training courses to develop staff and their trainees in our university.