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– Thai government has made it compulsory to pursue two years of clinical training in the rural region after completing the graduation from medical education.- Faculty of Medicine Khon Kaen University has the largest number of seats for undergraduate medical degree.
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Nov 24, 2021, 09:00 ET
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GURUGRAM, India, Nov. 24, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Overview of Medical Education in Thailand: In Thailand, the undergraduate medical сurriculum соnsists оf а 6-yeаr trаining рrоgrаmme tyрiсаlly divided intо three рhаses, i.e. yeаr 1 fоr generаl eduсаtiоn, yeаrs 2–3 соvering bаsiс mediсаl sсienсes, аnd yeаrs 4–6 fоr gаining сliniсаl exрerienсe. There аre twо mаin trасks fоr mediсаl trаining, "nоrmаl" аnd "rurаl", differing in their аdmissiоn рrосess, рlасe оf trаining аnd рlасe оf wоrk. Students frоm аnywhere in the соuntry саn аррly fоr nоrmаl trасk trаining thrоugh а сentrаl seleсtiоn рrосedure. Their trаining is undertаken in trаditiоnаl mediсаl sсhооls, аnd jоb рlасement is tо аny соmmunity hоsрitаl in the соuntry. Students аррlying fоr the rurаl trасk аre sрeсifiсаlly seleсted frоm the рrоvinсes. Their trаining is undertаken in regiоnаl оr рrоvinсiаl hоsрitаls, аnd jоb рlасement is tо соmmunity hоsрitаls in the рrоvinсes оr regiоns frоm whiсh they соme. The curriculum for both tracks is very similar, with clinical training usually taking place in tertiary or quaternary care hospitals and involving limited community experience.
Enablers of Medical Education in Thailand: Public health infrastructure is an essential driver for medical education and training in any country. It provides structure and unbiased opportunity to medical students to train and educate themselves. Thailand has significant medical infrastructure, with a total of 17,013 health care facilities as of October 2015. Of these, 56% are sub-district health promotion units, 28% are private clinics and 7% are primary care units. A total of 780, or 5%, are district hospitals; 1%, or 88, are provincial hospitals; and another 1% or 116 are "other" public hospitals. In total, the country has 336 private hospitals.
In recent years, the policy push has resulted in introduction of universal healthcare. This covers everyone in the country under the unified umbrella of insurance building a bridge between private hospitals and public hospitals; eventually increasing the demand of doctors and standardizing the quality of procedure between private and public institutions.
Another major factor which will eventually push for the demand for the increase in physicians is that the country is ageing faster than the rest of the world, according to the Thailand Development Research Institute (TDRI). An ageing population will create many business opportunities, in segments such as food provision, medical equipment development and sales, health services, and nursery and home-care services, according to the TDRI. The government is looking for ways to handle this demographic issue.
The report titled "Landscape of Thailand Medical Education Market-Increasing Number of Top Rated Universities coupled with Undertaking Cutting Edge Research Driving the Industry" by Ken Research suggested that the Colleges have faced a slight downfall in terms of No. of Intake, Enrollment and Graduates amid COVID-19. Major merits of pursuing medicine in Thailand Universities are factors such is high salaries, cheap cost of living, free style education and high opportunities.
Key Segments Covered:-
Market Segmentation basis Type of Institution (Number of Colleges)
Market Segmentation basis Region (Number of Colleges)
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Landscape on Thailand Medical Education institutions include following institutions:
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Thailand Medical Education Market
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