ISSN 2409-7616

R. Zabirov, O. Ivanchuk



Ruslan V. Zabirov – Teacher of Federal State Budgetary Educational Institution of Federal State Reserve Agency College, Tver, Russian Federation, ORCID:, E-mail:

Olga V. Ivanchuk – Doctor of Education, assistant professor, Head of chair of physics, mathematics and medical informatics Federal State Budgetary Institution of Higher Education Astrakhan State Medical University, Astrakhan, Russian Federation, ORCID:, RSCI SPIN-code: 4207-9363, E-mail:

 Abstract. It is undeniable that social economic conditions and the rapidly advancing technologies require a modern doctor to constantly upgrade his or her professional knowledge. That’s why the development of educational services aimed at satisfying needs of potential trainees in further training programs, is one the most important tasks of a medical university. Having at their disposal huge equipment of fundamental biomedical knowledge and professional higher-education teaching personnel, medical universities can easily compete in the market for such educational services. But still, according to a poll there is a need t to reconsider approaches to the organization of further training courses for doctors. The results of the poll are revealed in the article.  The authors of the given study suggest developing a special information educational environment of a medical university as an effective means of organizing further training courses for doctors. Conceptual bases of the development of such an environment are presented in the article.

Keywords: further training of healthcare personnel, information educational environment of a medical university.



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For citation:

Zabirov R.V., Ivanchuk O.V. Qualification of medical personnel: problems and prospects for solution. CITISE, 2019, no. 4, pp. 146-154. DOI: