ADAPTATION OF YOUNG SPECIALISTS OF THE HEALTH SYSTEM WITH THE USE OF DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES

  • The authors:
    Natalia N. Korostyleva
  • Issue: July 24-26th, 2019
  • Pages: 534-540
  • Section: EDUCATION, SCIENCE AND CULTURE IN A DIGITAL SOCIETY
  • URL: http://conference-ifl.rudn.ru/534-540/
  • DOI:
    10.22363/09669-2019-534-540

Abstract. Digital technologies are the priority of the development of the
healthcare sector around the world, annually this market increases by a
quarter. To ensure unhindered medical care, it is necessary to continue to
work together to break down barriers between offices and professionals, to
create cutting-edge innovations, to remove barriers between patients and
health workers, and to cross borders between medical facilities and people’s
homes.
The rapid improvement of the health care system with innovative trends
determines the most advanced position of modern medicine in the world
science. Many health care projects certainly belong to the category of
innovative technologies of medicine in our time. We are already used to
information about human organ transplants, stem cell transplants, cloning
processes. A significant role in the process of transition to new technologies
and optimization of processes falls on the qualification and professional
competence of personnel, timely training, improvement of personnel,
training of young specialists, their adaptation in the workplace. The term
“adaptation” is quite common and is considered in this study as “mutual
adaptation of the employee in the organization, which is based on a phased
workability in new professional, social, organizational and economic
working conditions” (Ilyenkov, E. V. 1997, р.12). The success of the
adaptation of a new employee depends on how quickly the values of the
organization’s team will become its norms and values.
The method of analysis of Internet discussions of three groups of
respondents of administrative and managerial personnel, General
practitioners and specialists of various profiles, as well as nurses was used
during the study period. Respondents were selected from six Federal
districts; the sample is representative of public and private medical
institutions.
Network communications play an important role in bringing together
professional medical communities, with more than 60% of the participants
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being between 21 and 35 years of age. There are several medical social
networks, and the number of their participants is constantly growing. All
respondents have an idea of telemedicine, and administrative and
management personnel are the most active in discussions (42%).
Revealed widespread use of digital technologies and specialized
technological and software complexes for diagnostics, monitoring,
corrective treatment, etc. In discussions discusses the obtained clinical
experience, collectively searched for solutions to difficult situations, the
participants share data, included in the procedure of consultations.
73% of topics of discussion are dedicated to professional issues, such as:
remote consultations in case of difficulty in making a diagnosis, discussion
of a clinical case, exchange of data on a specific problem, collegial search
for a way out of a specific situation. 18% of online discussions involve
problems of professional adaptation and professional ethics. Young
professionals who have recently graduated from higher educational
institutions are better oriented in digital technology and are more willing to
use them in practical work. At the same time, the problem of mistrust
towards new technologies of older doctors has been revealed. The
conservatism of the medical community reduces the possibility of including
mentoring in the process of adaptation of young professionals to the use of
telemedicine.
Keywords: digital healthcare, digital technologies, adaptation, young
specialists

Valery I. Yudin¹, Umukusum Sh. Butinova², Valeria V. Sogacheva³
¹Children’s Dental Clinic No. 37, Moscow, Russia,
e-mail: udin00@mail.ru
²Mitino City District Council,Moscow, Russia,
e-mail:umabutinova777@mail.ru
³Central Research Institute of Dentistry and Maxillofacial Surgery,
Moscow, Russia, e-mail: sogacheva89@mail.ru.

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