The theoretical instruction and practical training on the use of the EESZT (National eHealth Infrastructure) began in the academic year 2018/19, and by the academic year 2019/20, it has been adapted in the curriculum of the general medicine, faculties of dentistry and pharmacy of four Hungarian medical universities, and more faculties will be involved in the training.
The National Healthcare Service Center will launch several accredited development programs for health care workers in the academic year 2020/21.
Starting from 01/09/2020, specialist health care personnel can apply for elective accredited eLearning and/or blended learning development programs published on the SZAFTEX portal. The learning material is passed onto the students using modern technology and with a modern approach. The program will allow participants to gain insight into the functioning of general EESZT-modules, then they are also introduced to the specific functions of their respective group of profession. During training programs with blended learning, lecturers strive to interact with students and adapt the curriculum with practical examples specific to the given area of expertise. You can find the invitations for training programs on the following link.
Besides the accredited training programs for specialised health care personnel, we are also planning to launch new accredited courses from 01/01/2021 through the OFTEX portal, targeting the medical profession.
Simultaneously with the developments of the EESZT, a need arose for the range of educated people to expand and for the EESZT to appear in secondary vocational education as a curriculum. As a result, students of secondary vocational institutions will also receive EESZT training, starting from the academic year 2020/21. The system will be introduced in the first semester of the 9th grade curriculum. As the operator of the EESZT, the National Healthcare Service Center (ÁEEK) has made preparations in the past months to assist with introducing the system at secondary education establishments. Besides the teachers’ handbook, teachers are also provided with a draft presentation and suggestions for interactive tasks which support class activity. It was also surveyed and assessed whether there was a need for the system to be presented in a lecture.
Updated: 17.10.2020 08:09