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Neue Arbeitsteilung und Qualifikationen in der Gesundheitsarbeit: Wer profitiert und was bleibt liegen?

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  • Bräutigam, Christoph
  • Evans, Michaela
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    Strategien der Fachkräftesicherung im Gesundheitswesen erfordern mehr Wissen über die Veränderung der Bildungs- und Berufelandschaft und die von einzelnen Berufsgruppen tatsächlich verantworteten Aufgaben und Tätigkeiten. Die Entwicklung neuer Berufsbilder im Gesundheitssektor erfolgt derzeit unkoordiniert und vermittelt den Eindruck eines heiteren Berufsbastelns mit ungeklärten Folgen. Krankenhäuser reagieren durch die Entwicklung eigener betrieblicher Kompetenzprofile/Qualifizierungsangebote auf Herausforderungen, die derzeit durch das Bildungssystem und/oder im Gratifikationssystem nur unzureichend beantwortet werden. Trotz neuer Berufe, Kompetenzprofile und Aufgabenverteilungen werden zentrale Aspekte der Patientenorientierung in der Arbeitsgestaltung vielfach ausgeblendet und vernachlässigt. --

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    Paper provided by Institut Arbeit und Technik (IAT), Westfälische Hochschule, University of Applied Sciences in its series Forschung Aktuell with number 06/2013.

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