Biomedicinos mokslų krypties studijų programų studentų profesinio tapatumo aukštojoje neuniversitetinėje mokykloje vertinimas

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Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Title:
Biomedicinos mokslų krypties studijų programų studentų profesinio tapatumo aukštojoje neuniversitetinėje mokykloje vertinimas
Alternative Title:
Evaluation of professional identity among biomedical study programme students at a nonuniversity higher education institution
In the Journal:
Filosofija. Sociologija [Philosophy. Sociology]. 2016, t. 27, Nr. 2, p. 140-150
Keywords:
LT
Biomedicinos mokslų krypties studijų programos; Neuniversitetinės studijos; Profesinis tapatumas; Studijų vertinimas.
EN
Biomedical study programmes; College level studies; Professional identity; Evaluation of the studies.
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LTStraipsnyje aprašomas tyrimas, kuris atskleidžia, kaip biomedicinos mokslų krypties studijų programų studentai vertina savo asmenines studijas aukštojoje neuniversitetinėje mokykloje. Vertinant būsimųjų specialistų profesinį tapatumą analizuojami tokie tyrimo objektui priklausomi kintamieji – studijų pasirinkimo motyvai, studijų programų reikalavimai, savijauta, studijų vietų tinkamumas. Apibendrinus tyrimo rezultatus teigiama, kad biomedicinos mokslų krypties studijų programų studentams būdingas aktyviai kuriamas profesinis tapatumas arba laikinai atidėto profesinio tapatumo būsena. Pabrėžtina, jog analizuotų profesinio tapatumo komponentų vertinimas rodo, kad studijuodami tyrimo dalyviai ieško naujų alternatyvų, bando rinktis ką nors naujo, o ne pasitenkinti esama padėtimi, stokoja specifinių įsipareigojimų. [Iš leidinio]

ENIn recent years in Lithuania it is often publicly spoken about the advantages and disadvantages of the current health system. The motives for choosing a biomedical study programme are frequently noted. It is a fact that the interest in this particular study profile is increasing and there is a tendency for the majority of post-graduates to go and work abroad. When this situation is evaluated more closely, the career decisions of the Y generation, which is steadily approaching the job market, are often contrasted to the currently-dominant X generation that, frankly, represents different values and behaviour. The object of this particular research is the change of evaluation of the studies of a future specialist in personal biomedical study programmes in a non-university higher education institution. The aim of the study is to assess the change of evaluation of the studies of a future specialist in personal biomedical study programmes in a non-university higher education institution. The participants of the study are the same individual students from the Medical Faculty that were questioned during their first and, later, their third years. The research of biomedical programme students in a non-university higher education institution was carried out in the Utena University of Applied Sciences and it allows the researcher to conclude the following.amongst the students, the aspiration to receive a higher education diploma is dominating; since non-university studies provide a bachelor degree only, this partially explains why the majority of students plan further studies or plan to go abroad for financial reasons, while only a third plan to work according to their received qualifications; the requirements for study subjects are evaluated as high and the study conditions are evaluated as good; during the study years these evaluations have changed: at the end of the studies the students gave lower marks for the study programmes and study environment; at the end of the studies students more often than in the beginning had doubts about their chosen study course. On the other hand, the majority are satisfied with the studies. Amongst the female students there are more of those, who doubted their choice of studies, and, in contrast to the male counterparts, felt more ‘lost’. The research shows that there is a stronger professional standpoint from a student’s perspective if there is a harmony between practical and academic learning, if the study orientation is directed to an individual, his/her involvement in decision-making, and all this process is accomplished by competent lecturers which also work in health protection institutions. [From the publication]

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0235-7186; 2424-4546
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