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.
2016 № 4 Manager of Health Care consu lts Actual problems of the introduction of professional standards
Professional standards – a major innovation in the field of professional competence. They are designed to solve a number of problems that were beyond the power of qualifying characteristics to be approved by the relevant qualification directories (ECTS, etc.). In particular this applies an integrated approach to the qualification requirements of their structuring, codification (in order to automate the search for workers, taking into account the in-depth expertise, etc.). Professional standards creates good preconditions for the formation of job descriptions by combining professional standards contained in the job functions and work activities.
2016 № 8 Features of the application of professional standards in the state (municipal) institutions health
The government of the Russian Federation established a particular application of professional standards in terms of requirements, obligatory for the state (municipal) institutions. However, it does not mean that professional standards are required for the application at these institutions. The professional standards are implemented in stages, and the institution defines these stages itself.