Educational Institution Health Service Management: Key Aspects of Communication and Interaction Within the Team
Natalia V. Tretyakova, Vladimir A. Fedorov, Dmitriy V. Abramov, Denis M. Kalimulin
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The relevance of the researched problem is caused by the need of ensuring effective interaction of the main members of management of health saving activities – heads of structural subdivisions of the Health Service (HS) of an educational institution. The purpose of the publication consists in the development of conceptual provisions for ensuring interaction of the main members of the HS management team. Systematically-activity approach is a leading approach to research of this problem which allows us to research activities of heads of structural subdivisions of the HS as an object of management and as subjects of a small group. Managers’ activities of structural subdivisions of the HS are researched as the object of management and as activities of members of a small group. Terms of forming the health care management team are offered; processes of interaction of its members are disclosed; the model for aim coordination by the team members, the stages and the principles of this coordination are provided; the criteria of formation and development levels of health care management team and efficiency of its members’ interaction are highlighted. The materials of the publication can be useful to heads and managers of educational institutions regarding the organization and ensuring effective management of health saving activities in the organizations, by means of ensuring interdepartmental integration of the leading experts involved in activities for preservation and promotion of the student health.

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Article Type: Research Article

INT ELECT J MATH ED, 2016, Volume 11, Issue 8, 2841-2857

Publication date: 06 Sep 2016

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