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Volume 97, 2021International Conference “Technological Educational Vision” (TEDUVIS 2020)
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Development of a vocational and pedagogic position reflection of a doctor as part of continuing medical education program
1 Moscow Pedagogical State University, Institute of International Education, 119991, Moscow, Russia
2 Pavlov First Saint Petersburg State Medical University, Chair of Pedagogy and Psychology, Postgraduate Education Faculty, 1197022, Saint Petersburg, Russia
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The article considers vocational and pedagogic position reflection as an important component of medical vocational continuing education of doctors. According to the general hypothesis of the study, a special program for training vocational and pedagogic position reflection can contribute positively to medical caregivers’ vocational performance in treating patients, who experience troubles with medical compliance and adaptation to the disease. The key methods of the study include a literature survey and theoretical elaboration of the concept of the vocational and pedagogic position of a doctor reflection, meanwhile, the empirical research is based on formative pilot experiment, preceded and followed by testing medical learners’ personal reflexivity readinesses (by using Karpov’s questionnaire). The medical caregiver’s ‘reflective ability’ (Bogin) was considered as a source of doctors’ professionalization. Reflexivity was regarded as a key component of doctors’ preparedness to show empathy and to provide proper pedagogic support for hemodialysis patients, receiving audio-therapy. The results of the study show significant positive dynamics in learners’ cognitive sphere and critical thinking development, a high level of performance in role-played solving educational training healthcare cases, meanwhile personal reflexivity measurements have shown no statistically significant differences after training (according to Student’s t-test). The latter experimentation result testifies the personal nature of the reflexivity feature.
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