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The Methodology of Training in Health Care - a Condition and Factor for Successful Implementation of Patient Safety in the Application of Medical Care

Elena Zheleva, Pepa Dzhedzheva

Abstract

INTRODUCTION: Higher education in school is a purposeful process of interaction between teachers and students. There are trained specialists suited to carry out professional activities and provide quality and safe health care for people. The methodology of training in health care offers safe, effective, individual, efficient, timely and equitable care.

AIM: The aim of the scientific report is to reveal and outline the organizational pedagogical conditions and the effectiveness of the methodology for the successful implementation of patient safety efforts in medical care. Patient safety is focused on the acquisition of knowledge, skills and competencies students need to work efficiently in the field of health care.

MATERIALS AND METHODS: The aim of the study is to reveal the role of methodology in the application of safe patient care; to investigate the effectiveness and its importance in patient safety; to establish the level of satisfaction with the application of safe patient care. The methods used during the research were: programmed interview with a survey and a pedagogical experiment. The subject of the research were students from the Nurse program, educators in health care, medical professionals, and patients. The object of the research were the process and the conditions under which the methodology was provided, a factor for successful implementation of patient safety when caring for patients.

RESULTS: The analysis of the results allowed to conclude that the teaching methodology in health care:

• is an important condition and factor in the successful implementation of patient safety (100%);

• maintains, improves and enhances the acquisition of knowledge, skills and competencies of health professionals

(98%);

• is a key to addressing the needs of patients (89%);

• satisfies the requirements of medical professionals to provide safe care for patients and their personal training (100%).

CONCLUSION: The methodology of training in health care is a condition and factor for success in providing safe and high quality care for patients.


Keywords

methodology of teaching health care, successful implementation, patient safety, training, future medical professionals, medical care

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References

Zheleva E. Methodology of practical training of

medical professionals. EXPRESS; 2007.

Kircheva A. Safe Medicine. Stenograph; 2014.

WHO, London, 2006, Declaration of PFPS

http://ec.europa.eu/health/patient_safety/policy/

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14748/sssp.v2i0.4040

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About The Authors

Elena Zheleva
press.mu-varna.bg
Medical University of Varna
Bulgaria

Department of Health Care, Sliven Affiliate

Pepa Dzhedzheva
press.mu-varna.bg
Medical University of Varna
Bulgaria

Department of Health Care, Sliven Affiliate

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