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ANALYSIS OF THE CONDUCT OF AN INDEPENDENT EXAMINATION AT THE POSTGRADUATE LEVEL DURING PANDEMIC
Introduction: Postgraduate medical education is an important condition for the successful development of healthcare and quality medical care. Practice-based learning is the main goal of postgraduate level education. In the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, a qualified and competent resident doctor plays a crucial role for the country's health needs. The pandemic has shown both negative and positive effects on postgraduate medical education. In order to achieve the necessary level of qualification and competence of future doctors, it is necessary to develop new training programs adapted to the current conditions of the pandemic. The results of the independent examination of residents who studied during the pandemic to a certain extent reflect the level of training of future doctors of practical healthcare. Aim of research: Conduct an analysis of the independent examination of the residents of Non-commercial Joint-stock Company «Medical University Semey» who studied during the pandemic. Materials and methods: Statistical processing of the results of independent attestation of 292 residents graduated in 2020-2021 academic year was carried out in 21 specialties. The final exam consisted of theoretical and practical parts. Results: According to the results of the first stage of the examination, 97 (29.1%) received an "excellent" grade, a "good" grade - 180 (65%), "satisfactory" - 13 (5.3%), unsatisfactory "- 2 (0.7 %). The average test score in all specialties was 81.7% (B), which is slightly lower than in the past (2019-2020) 84.54% (B) by 2.8%. According to the results of the practical part of the independent examination of residents, the average score in all specialties was 93.2, the quality indicator was 100%. According to the results of the state certification of residents in all specialties of residency (theoretical and practical part), the average indicator was 3.28 (86.9%), B, which is slightly lower than in the last 2019-2020 academic year. Conclusion: The analysis of the results of the independent examination of the residents of the Non-commercial Joint-stock Company «Semey Medical University», who studied in the context of a pandemic, showed a sufficient level of theoretical and practical training. To further improve the training of residents, it is necessary to develop academic mobility and internships, expand cooperation with other medical institutions, constantly improve the pedagogical and clinical qualifications of teachers and clinical mentors, and improve material and technical equipment.
Saule B. Maukayeva1, Aida Ye. Nurzhanova1, Saltanat E. Uzbekova1, Marina V. Kuznetsova1, Ajgerim K. Baltabek1 1 NСJSC «Medical University Semey», Semey c., Republic of Kazakhstan.
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Maukayeva S.B., Nurzhanova A.Ye., Uzbekova S.E., Kuznetsova M.V., Baltabek A.K. Analysis of the conduct of an independent examination at the postgraduate level during pandemic // Nauka i Zdravookhranenie [Science & Healthcare]. 2023, (Vol.25) 2, pp. 278-282. doi 10.34689/SH.2023.25.2.035

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