Ibragimova L. A. , Isupov P. V.



Current conditions are usually characterized as a time of dynamic changes. Today’s rapidly changing world is becoming more and more technological, informative, virtual and emotionally indifferent. The new world dictates new requirements for people of helping professions and, above all, for doctors and teachers. On the one hand, professional activity is offered to be considered as a service (educational, medical, etc.), on the other hand, this process, which is probabilistic and multivariate in situations and subjects of professional activity, does not undergo unambiguous standardization. It goes without saying that in such conditions the subject of work is influenced by modern trends. It is likely that it was precisely teachers and health workers who have been hit particularly hard. Possible reasons for professional deformation of health workers (doctors and nurses) have been repeatedly de-scribed in sociology, medicine and psychology. At the same time, no programs aiming to maintain the health of medical personnel have been proposed. On the other hand, while seeking «medical service», it is more and more frequent that one faces indifference, formalism and even rudeness. The article proves that these unpleasant phenomena result from the emotional exhaustion of health workers. Therefore, preparation of the future middle level medical staff for emotional regulation as the most important personal and professional quality in the process of vocational training seems to be a promising perspective to main-tain the health of medical personnel. The article presents the results of analysis of theoretical works and dissertational researches on the stated problem. The authors prove the possibility and perspectives for pedagogical work on the development of emotional regulation in students of medical colleges.

About the autors:

Liliya Akhmatyanovna Ibragimova (1), Doctor of Pedagogic Sciences, Professor at the Department of Pedagogy and Pedagogical and Social Education; Pavel Vladimirovich Isupov (2), Postgraduate (Researcher) at the Department of Pedagogy and Pedagogical and Social Education

Place of employment:

Nizhnevartovsk State University (1)


e-mail: laibra@yandex.ru (1); e-mail: isupovpv75@gmail.com (2)

Key words:

vocational training; emotional regulation; emotional stress; adaptive capacity; occupational stress; professional situations; health worker