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CORRECTION OF KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND HABITS IN HEALTHCARE PERSONNEL OF THE NETWORK OF NONGOVERNMENTAL POLYCLINICS

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Issue: 
7
Year: 
2016

A. Volnukhin, Candidate of Medical Sciences I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University

The paper shows how continuous professional development of healthcare personnel is organized in the network of nongovernmental polyclinics in order to eliminate deficits of knowledge, skills, and habits with consideration for appropriate teaching methods.

Keywords: 
organization of healthcare and public health
continuous professional development
healthcare personnel
nongovernmental network of polyclinics



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