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SRP. 2020; 11(11): 1309-1315

Features of the Advanced Vocational Training of Medical Workers under Modern Conditions

Alina Maksymenko, Oksana Domina, Zhanna Davydova, Elvira Stupina.


In early March 2020, the WHO declared an outbreak of coronavirus infection as a global pandemic. Due to the rapid pace of spread and high mortality rates, the need for a rapid study of this disease by doctors has increased, as well as enhancing the level of knowledge and compiling an algorithm for counteracting the pandemic. That is why the purpose of this academic paper is to study the features of health workers professional development, which have arisen under the conditions of the pandemic COVID-19. The present academic paper aims to analyze the features and difficulties faced by health workers within the conditions of the pandemic. As a result of the analysis, the author proves that the current epidemic situation in the world has directly affected the undergraduate and postgraduate training of the entire medical community. The study of the features of advanced vocational training has been conducted not only among doctors, but also among medical staff. Characteristic features of improvement of professional development among primary, secondary and tertiary doctors of medical care provision have been analyzed. Also, the influence of modern conditions on professional development of nurses and paramedics, students, graduates of higher medical institutions has been traced. The influence of stress, tension and psycho-emotional burnout of medical workers under the conditions of the pandemic has been revealed. The analysis of the issue of this academic paper has included not only studying features of advanced vocational training of domestic medical workers, but also, health care workers of the USA, Europe, Asia.

Key words: Advanced Vocational Training, Pandemic, Training, COVID-19, Practical Activity

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