LOGIC OF THE DISPLAY OF TRANSDISCIPLINARY EDUCATION IN THE REALIZATION OF REHABILITOLOGISTS CONTINUOUS PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROBLEMS

O. M. Shevtsova

Abstract


The latest approaches to the continuous professional development of rehabilitation specialists are discussed. It is postulated that one of the most important tasks of our time is the effective provision of integration and deepening of concrete knowledge in rehabilitation, based on the essence of the transdisciplinary approach and the desire to recreate the integral scientific picture of rehabilitation. It is also emphasized that the introduction of transdisciplinary health care requires the creation of appropriate new legislation, standards, policies, strategies and plans.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.11603/mie.1996-1960.2017.2.7916

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