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Uticaj kontekstualnih faktora i kontinuirane medicinske edukacije na zdravstvene ishode u Republici Srbiji
Education Center, General Hospital, Valjevo

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Sažetak
Uvod: Osnovna svrha stručnog kontinuiranog obrazovanja je olakšavanje uspešnog obavljanja rada praktičara u pogledu praktičnih obeležja njihovog profesionalnog rada. Tema: U Republici Srbiji (RS), sadašnji Pravilnik o bližim uslovima za kontinuiranu edukaciju zdravstvenih radnika i zdravstvenih saradnika podrazumeva povezanost kontinuirane medicinske edukacije (KME) sa poboljšanjem kvaliteta rada zdravstvenih radnika i zdravstvenih saradnika. Međutim, takvu povezanost teško je dokazati. Kako bi programi KME bili učinkoviti u poboljšanju kvalitete rada zdravstvenih stručnjaka, bitno je da se u Pravilniku RS uvedu dobro poznati kriterijumi za procenu učinkovitosti KME programa. Zaključak: Stroga primena kriterijuma za procenu delotvornosti KME programa može dovesti do poboljšanja učinkovitosti rada zdravstvenih stručnjaka, ishoda pacijenata i zdravlja stanovništva u RS.
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jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: kratki članak
DOI: 10.5937/hpimj1702542V
objavljen u SCIndeksu: 02.10.2017.
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