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Med Arh. 2013; 67(4): 299-303


Development of Basic Prequisites of Quality Education System in PhD Studies at the Faculties of Health Sciences in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Salih Tandir, Darko Petkovic, Mirza Oruc, Izet Masic.

Abstract
PhD degree in nursing is a relatively recent phenomenon and there is not enough experience in making the initial studies for the start of such studies. While nursing in the countries of Western Europe, USA, Asia, Canada and New Zealand develop as in the professional as well as in academic direction, our region has failed to catch up with these changes. The past 20 years is characterized by turbulent changes in the development of medical science and in line with these changes developed the idea of PhD studies. The necessity of the existence of this type of study is expressed in the fact that the doctors in the field of nursing are essential for the development of nursing in our area. Doctors in the field of nursing contribute to the development of education, quality assurance, development of scientific research and the advancement of nursing as a profession. Shortage of highly trained nurses and long-term stagnation in scientific research in nursing forced, especially developed countries, to develop doctoral studies in this field and then introduce reforms in nursing, which as the outcome given the improvement in the development of health systems, ways of education and science research in nursing. This article discusses the initial perquisites of the quality system for the development of efficient and high-quality doctoral studies at the health oriented faculties in Bosnia and Herzegovina and the region.

Key words: Health, PhD program, organization, development, quality



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