INTERACTIVE TECHNOLOGIES IN THE PROCESS OF FORMING UNIVERSAL COMPETENCIES OF MEDICAL UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
In this article the authors examined the main approaches to the use of technology of interactive teaching methods that contribute to the formation of universal competencies, without which the task of improving the quality of life and satisfaction from the interaction of a patient with a medical organization turns out to be difficult to achieve. The aim of the study was to describe various options for using interactive technologies in the educational process of a medical university. This work is part of a broader study of the effectiveness of competency-based training technologies, which is being conducted at the Faculty of Medicine of Omsk State Medical University. The methodological basis of the study is systemic and competency-based approaches. Theoretical methods are used: analysis of scientific and pedagogical literature, systematization, generalization; empirical methods: diagnostic (questionnaires, observation, testing, survey); prognostic (expert assessment).
ANALYSIS OF THE PROGRESS OF INDEPENDENT WORK OF RESIDENTS IN PREPARATION FOR PRIMARY SPECIALIZED ACCREDITATION
Improving the training of highly qualified personnel in the residency is an actual direction of the project «Providing healthcare with qualified specialists». An important final stage after completing the residency program is the passage of primary specialized accreditation, which allows graduates to start professional activities in healthcare. Most of the preparation for the procedure of primary specialized accreditation is devoted to independent work. Taking into account the result of the research presented in this article, it becomes obvious that most residents at the beginning of the second year of training under the residency program have already started preparing for primary specialized accreditation on the website https://fmza.ru. The number of attempts and the duration of work of residents with test and case tasks significantly affect the effectiveness of their implementation. According to residents, the leading reasons limiting the possibility of preparing for primary specialized accreditation on the site are the lack of time, work and training, however, it is worth noting that preparation for primary specialized accreditation is an integral part of training in residency and an important aspect in the future for admission to the profession being mastered. This dictates the need to update the work of teachers of departments with residents to clarify priorities in the process of training in residency and personalization of individual trajectories of independent work of residents in preparation for primary specialized accreditation.
IMPROVING THE RESEARCH COMPETENCE OF MEDICAL STUDENTS
In connection with the introduction of federal state educational standards of a new generation in medical universities, the issue of forming universal competencies, among which research competence is considered, has become relevant.
The aim of the work was to create and test a pedagogical model for improving the research competence of medical students. A new propaedeutic course on the topic “Methodology of scientific research and the theory of innovative problems solving in medicine” as a discipline of choice for medical students will develop the necessary skills that contribute to the conduct and participation in the implementation of research work at various levels, attracting the younger generation to the scientific work, and also contributes to increasing the scientific activity efficiency in a medical university.
SOCIOLOGICAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL ASPECTS OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES IN THE WORK OF NURSING STAFF
The article is devoted to the study of sociological and organizational aspects of the implementation of standard operating procedures (SOP) in the work of nursing staff, identification and discussion of the attitude of secondary medical workers of private and public health systems to the development, implementation and execution of standard operating procedures. The analysis of the reasons for the differences in the attitude of nursing staff from private and public health systems to the problem of the development and implementation of SOP is carried out. The relevance of the topic is due to the need to improve the quality and safety of medical care, which is impossible without standardization and regulation of the actions of medical workers.
LEGAL ASPECTS OF ADMISSION OF RESIDENTS TO CARRY OUT MEDICAL ACTIVITIES AS TRAINEE DOCTORS
Issues of strengthening the human resources potential of the industry are one of the most difficult modern problems in Russian healthcare. The adoption of a bill on the introduction of a medical trainee position in medical organizations will allow residents, starting from the second year of clinical residency, to work in their specialty under the guidance of experienced mentor doctors and will have a beneficial effect on eliminating personnel shortages without reducing the quality of medical care. Residents will be able to receive additional practical training, the opportunity to make independent decisions, and additional income, which will help secure them in the profession and reduce the outflow of personnel. It is important to analyze the legal aspects of the admission of residents to carry out medical activities as trainee doctors. Three models for training residents in parallel with their medical activities as trainee doctors in one of the specialties of the enlarged group of specialties «Clinical Medicine» are proposed for consideration. Separate areas, strategic and necessary, are the training of teaching staff and the development of new teaching technologies.