Most of the doctors interviewed said that they are completely satisfied with the current system, which provides the opportunity to take courses and programs online.
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Nearly 80% of doctors satisfied with the current training mechanism within the framework of the system of continuing medical education (CME), which includes a distance format. This is evidenced by the results of a survey conducted service for doctors Vrachu.ru, the opinion of 4144 health workers was taken into account.
The majority of doctors surveyed (78.4%) reported that they are completely satisfied with the current system, which provides the opportunity to complete courses and programs online. “Online learning is a convenient way to gain knowledge,” they replied.
21.6% online does not suit, because they are more accustomed to full-time education. Answering the question about the convenience of face-to-face format, more than three quarters respondents (76.6%) noted that they are against such a format. More than a half (56.7%) reported that it was “categorically inconvenient”, because “it will be necessary to get to the training center, set aside a few days for training, quit work” More 19.9% put it mildly, saying that such a system is “rather inconvenient”, since a number of technical difficulties will arise.
But only 24.7% It is believed that after the introduction of the full-time format, which is now being discussed, the quality of education will increase.
The system of continuous medical education is built in such a way that a medical worker must constantly learn, improve his professional level. Each medical worker annually undergoes training within the CME, gains points, and once every five years undergoes professional accreditation, which confirms the right to work in a particular medical specialty.