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Contemporary aspects of the training in the professional sector of healthcare

Hristina Milcheva

Abstract

The professions in the sector of healthcare have been undergoing an upward development during the last few decades. The preconditions for this are: harmonization of the training with the European standards and direc­tives; the needs of the national and European health systems of qualified specialists; the constantly increasing deficit of health professionals; the demographic factor; the enhanced need of care, etc.

AIM: The aim of this research is to analyze some contemporary aspects, referring to the overall organization and implementation of the training process in the professional sector of healthcare within the university struc­ture.

MATERIALS AND METHODS: The author has used an inquiry method, an interview, analysis of training records and statutory documents.

RESULTS AND DISCUSSION: On the basis of the research, conducted in the last years as well as the au­thor`s own observations and experience, some contemporary aspects of the training in the sector of healthcare have been analyzed with regards to: its organization and implementation within the university structure; the performed accreditations; the students` admission; possibilities for international exchange and self-realiza­tion.


Keywords

organization, needs, good practices, collaboration, self-realization

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Regulation on the unified state requirements to acquire higher education in the specialties of the Healthcare professional sector for the educational-qualification degree `Bachelor`, adopted with Decree No.257/01.11.2010. State Gazette; 88.

Regulation on the unified state requirements to acquire higher education in the specialties of the Healthcare professional sector for the educational-qualification degree `Professional Bachelor`, adopted with Decree No.238/26.09.2008. State Gazette; 87.

Regulation 1 of 08.02.2011 on the professional activities which the medical nurses, midwives, associated medical specialists and medical assistants can practice when employed or independently, issued by the Ministry of Health. State Gazette.2011;15.

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Reports for program accreditation of the specialties in the regulated professions and non-regulated professions in the Healthcare professional sector, MC, Stara Zagora, 2015, 2016.

Statistics of the student`s admission results of Trakia University - Stara Zagora, 2015.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14748/sssp.v2i0.3515

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Hristina Milcheva
Medical College, Trakia University, Stara Zagora, Bulgaria

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