QUALITY CONTROL OF EDUCATION RESULTS – THE MOST IMPORTANT METHODOLOGICAL PROBLEM IN TRAINING FUTURE MEDICAL SPECIALISTS

Iryna RADZIIEVSKA

Abstract


Introduction. The educational process of training medical specialists is a complex system of gaining certain knowledge and skills with constantly changing scope, application according to the demands of the professional field. Effective formation of the professional knowledge and skills is possible upon condition of the complex approach to the educational process that allows considering the object of study in all relations, in the unity of common, individual and singular. Quality of education will be improved by the professional competence that is based on educational standards, development of related educational programs and appropriate diagnostic tools.

Purpose. To determine the competency-based approach implementation principles in organizing vocational training of future medical specialists.

Results. In the educational process the professional competence of future medical specialists is formed under the following aspects of pedagogic technology: scientific, procedural and descriptive, procedural and operative, and control and analytic. The control and analytic aspect ensures realization of the control and evaluation stage, allows evaluating the level of formation of the professional competence of future medical specialists through control means.

Originality. The article provides an insight into the definition of the quality control of education results. This is one of the most important methodological problems. It defines degree of preparedness of students, level of teaching quality and detects the need for improving the education system. At the control and evaluation stage the input, current, midterm and final control is carried.

Conclusions. Thus, we can conclude that: the level of the professional competence of future medical specialists is evaluated in the light of acquisition of sufficient theoretical knowledge in professional disciplines, basic practical skills and knowledge in clinical practice 


Keywords


Keywords: professional competence; control and analytic aspect; quality control of education.

References


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