2018 № 6 Accreditation of graduates of medical faculty – sports questions
Currently in our country there is an active process of replacing the procedure for certification of graduates of higher medical institutions, and in the future and specialists for accreditation. Accreditation assumes a serious change in the entire system of training and upgrading the qualification of medical workers in order to achieve modern world requirements for medical professionals. It is accreditation that determines the applicant’s compliance with the requirements presented for the implementation of independent medical and pharmaceutical activities. The authors, as active participants in the first accreditation of the graduates of the medical faculty, express some thoughts on the conduct of this procedure and the provisions set forth in the normative documents
2016 № 5 Job Description in terms of the latest novelty in the field of health workers labor competencies
Job descriptions, being a common document, however, does not have a clear legal regulation. A lot of questions are raised when the need arises to change them. Nowadays, there are rather a lot of reasons to job description changes. First of all, there are serious innovation in the field of professional competence of employees related to the development of professional standards, accreditation of health care workers, certification, effective contract administration, etc. The article considers the legal and organizational aspects of job descriptions development, approval and change in the light of the latest novelties in the regulatory framework and the field of professional competence.
2017 № 9 Credit for accreditation of the specialist: some results of the «credit fever» in the russian health system
The authors indicate that the main reason is over the past two years, the health system of Russia «credit fever» (the desire of doctors to earn credits and points for the upcoming accreditation) is the commercial interest of those who sell doctors credits for participation in conferences and seminars. The article noted that the process of providing doctors with credits was the most ambitious business project in the Russian healthcare system over the past 25 years. Getting doctors of points, credits, hours, credit units for participation in workshops and conferences on a commercial basis is unacceptable as this scheme does not increase the professional level of doctors, constrains and limits of their professional interests, undermines the state system of additional professional education of doctors, limits the availability of doctors to free conferences and seminars