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Developing characteristics and competences of a health care manager: Literature review
Univerzitet Sečenov, Prvi moskovski medicinski fakultet, Odsek za javno zdravlje, Moskva, Rusija
We are also grateful to Russian Academic Excellence Project 5-100 for providing opportunities concerning project implementation

Keywords: Healthcare managers; public health; leadership; management competences; medical education
Broadly educated professionals are a rely valuable resource for the Russian public health system in the current socio-economic conditions. Their capability to flexibly switch the focus and content of their activities in the changing and challenging environment is essential for successful performance. The purpose of our study is to analyze the international evidence on managing the process of competencies' development in healthcare managers. Competence-oriented education and training of future healthcare managers is of special interest. In light of this, the study of international data on the organization of the processes of key competence development is important. Here with, it is necessary to take into account the content of the studies, resources and technologies, factors that influence on this process, the development and evaluation of models aimed at improvement of the education of healthcare management professionals at medical schools. We believe that the results of this review will help to develop and offer a number of practical steps aimed at optimizing the education and training of healthcare managers. In addition to a review of international data, this article presents an innovative project for the development of professional competencies of health managers - the Academy of Talent Development in Healthcare (ATDH). This project involves students of the Sechenov University who want to learn how to lead healthcare teams efficiently.


article language: English
document type: Book/Journal Review
DOI: 10.2478/sjecr-2019-0036
published in SCIndeks: 22/07/2019

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