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Main arrow Archive of previous Issues arrow 3 2016 (49) arrow PRIORITY DIRECTIONS IN TRAINING CHIEF PHYSICIANS OF MEDICAL ORGANIZATIONS
PRIORITY DIRECTIONS IN TRAINING CHIEF PHYSICIANS OF MEDICAL ORGANIZATIONS Print
Thursday, 30 June 2016

DOI: 10.21045/2071-5021-2016-49-3-9

Miroshnikova Yu.V.
Institution of Advanced Training under the Federal Biomedical Agency, Moscow

Contacts: Yuliya V. Miroshnikova, e-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Abstract

Significance. Quality of structure and overall performance of managerial staff in the healthcare system is substantially defined by condition of the sectoral management system which develops the type of manager that most corresponds to its organization. Within the context of intensive transformations in healthcare requirements to qualification of the managerial staff, their personal composition and level of training in management significantly increase.

Purpose: To develop priority directions in training chief physicians of medical organizations. To create a managers training model to meet requirements related to necessary competency, knowledge and skills.

Methods. Analytical, sociological, mathematical statistics, methods of expert review.

Results. Development of the educational process within the system of additional training of managers with transition to individual plans, extensive use of self-education, and modular systems of training require managers training to meet requirements for certain position in a particular facility (position model). Lack of clearly defined skills that a manager needs to implement the assigned duties gives this approach a special importance against the background of a wide variety of suggested characteristics reflecting authors perceptions rather than actual work environment.

Conclusion. The article attempts to create a managers training model to meet requirements related to competency, knowledge and skills for a particular position.

Keywords: training model; competence-based approach; knowledge and skills needed by chief physicians.

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