FORMATION OF COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE AT WORK IN A SMALL GROUP

  • Albena Andonova

Abstract

Communicative competence is a set of specific knowledge and skills, personal qualities, interests, motivation, desire for growth and improvement. The formation of social communicative competence in medical professionals is an essential element for building professional competencies. In medical practice the basic principle of organization is teamwork. Medical teams are relatively independent groups formed to fulfill a range of tasks in the treatment and care of patients requiring implementation of various medical activities. Another feature of the medical team is teaching and training of team members, as well as to individuals and groups of people.


Materials and Methods: Using traditional and innovative forms and methods training was conducted on 30 students of specialty "nurse" Trakia University divided into 6 groups. The aim of the training was the improvement of the socio-communicative competence in working with children, but also their ability to work in a team.


The aim of the study - education of students is the first stage of a project of Trakya University Medical Faculty, Department of Health Care to improve the skills of students in "nurse" promotion, prevention of health knowledge and culture, teamwork. Theme is "Shaping the health knowledge and culture among young people in homes for children deprived of parental care."


The study found that students improved their knowledge and skills in teamwork, keeping the conversation presentation. They gained more confidenceand self-esteem, but also found shortcomings in its preparation and insight for their opportunities.

Published
Dec 30, 2016
How to Cite
ANDONOVA, Albena. FORMATION OF COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE AT WORK IN A SMALL GROUP. ФИЛКО / FILKO, [S.l.], v. 1, p. 17-22, dec. 2016. Available at: <http://js.ugd.edu.mk/index.php/fe/article/view/1606>. Date accessed: 21 sep. 2017.
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