La formazione delle professioni sanitarie e le esigenze di cambiamento del sistema. Riflessioni sullo sviluppo di un nuovo modello

Journal title MECOSAN
Author/s Carmela Pierri
Publishing Year 2021 Issue 2020/115 Language Italian
Pages 22 P. 95-116 File size 252 KB
DOI 10.3280/MESA2020-115006
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The article describes a path of improvement of the training and updating system for professionals working in healthcare structures, in an evolutionary perspective of the system, which is expected to be actively participated by users-patients. A terminological review is also proposed which is more in line with the reality of the continuous training system, a semantic variation that evokes substantial changes. A specific focus is dedicated to the enhancement of non-formal training, with the proposal to set up competence certification centers to validate the credits acquired also through self-training and to entrust the detection of training needs as the founding method of a valid offer design of specialist courses. In the discussion, emphasis is given to the technological dimension, which adequately adopted could make the current system more efficient for the aspects of evaluating the quality of the training courses and monitoring the consistency between the updating courses carried out and the functional role of the professionals in the healthcare companies.

Keywords: Ttraining, health, certification, skills, medical.

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Carmela Pierri, La formazione delle professioni sanitarie e le esigenze di cambiamento del sistema. Riflessioni sullo sviluppo di un nuovo modello in "MECOSAN" 115/2020, pp 95-116, DOI: 10.3280/MESA2020-115006