THE LEVEL OF PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCE OF DERMATOVENEROLOGISTS OF TOPICAL ISSUES OF THE PREVENTION OF THE SKIN CANCER
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Оshyvalova О. О.
SOCIAL MEDICINE AND ORGANIZATION OF HEALTHCARE PROTECTION
Type of article:
According to the National Cancer Registry of Ukraine in 2014-2015 years non-melanoma skin cancer is the second among women and third among men in the structure of the incidence of malignant tumors. The doctor dermatologist plays a leading role in the early diagnosis of the skin cancer. However, the study of determination the level of professional competence of topical issues of the prevention of the skin cancer among dermatovenerologists in Ukraine wasn’t carried out. Purpose of the articlewas to determine the level of professional competence of dermatovenerologists of topical issues of the prevention of the skin cancer. Methods.Tests were developed by the creative team of SSI «SPC PCM»SMA and NMAPE named after P. L. Shupyk and then 136 doctor dermatologist was tested as part of the learning process in 2015-2017 years at the Department of Dermatology and Venereology NMAPE named after P. L. Shupyk. Results.Doctors of the first and second category have the highest level of the professional competence of the issues of the prevention of the skin cancer. Their average professional experience was 17.4±1.3 and 8.9±2.5 years respectively, and with an average score of 4.3±1.4 and 4.1±1.1 respectively. The lowest level of professional competence was shown by interns, their average score of testing was 2.6±0.8. Conclusions.At present the level of knowledge among dermatovenerologists of topical issues of the prevention of the skin cancer doesn’t meet the current level of medical care to patients with malignant and benign tumors of the skin.
professional competence, dermato-onkology, prevention of skin cancer
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«Bulletin of problems biology and medicine» Issue 1 Part 1 (142), 2018 year, 338-342 pages, index UDK 616.5-006-08