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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH

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Organizational-Pedagogical Conditions Of Forming Medical College Students' Professional Competences

Author: SYCHEVA VAHITOVNA, REZIDA AKHATOVNA FAHRUTDINOVA, RAIKUL KENESBAYEVNA DIUANOVA
Abstract: The paper reveals the essence and features of pedagogical management of the process of forming future medical workers' professional competencies; considers the methods of implementing this process; develops the main directions for improving the effectiveness of pedagogical management of the process of forming future medical workers' professional competencies; analyzes the results of experimental work; evaluates the effectiveness of the developed directions. In recent years, due to the reforms in the domestic healthcare system, the role of mid-level medical workers has increased dramatically. A lot of legislative work has been done to increase the social significance of the profession of a nurse (order of the Ministry of health of the Russian Federation: No. 4 of 09.01.2001 "On the sectoral program for the development of nursing in the Russian Federation"). The plan of the Ministry of health of the Russian Federation from 2016 to 2021 also reflects the task of providing the healthcare system with highly qualified and motivated personnel. The solution to this problem is "the transition to practice-oriented educational technologies in the conditions of creating a system of continuous professional education aimed at training highly qualified specialists who are motivated to constantly improve their own knowledge, skills and skills necessary to achieve and maintain a high quality of professional activity in accordance with the requirements of professional standards in healthcare, standards of medical care and procedures for providing medical care".
Keyword: higher education, students, new generation standards, independent work, professional competence, competence model.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2020.12.04.321
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