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Title: Social and Health Care Management Student in three countries compare ideal and reality in care services
Authors: Havrdová, Zuzane
Huotari, Paivi
Agostinho, Manuel
Keywords: culture
health care
Issue Date: 2014
Citation: Havrdová, Z., Huotari, P & Agostinho, M. 2014. Social and Health Care Management Student in three countries compare ideal and reality in care services. 14th International ISSWOV (International Society for the Study of Work and Organizational Values), Riga.
Abstract: Explore existence of a common basis for management education in the Czech Republic, Finland, and Portugal. The research task is: a) To explore the differences between the perceptions of students regarding the ideal and real-world situation in care (values vs. practices) that characterize the SH sector Methodology: Exploratory qualitative research In-depth focus group interviews: social and/or health care students (29) in three countries (Czech Republic, Finland, Portugal) Conclusions: The common basis for education are common underlying ideals stemming from two cultures - culture of management and culture of care; Socio-cultural differences were found in general trust, attitude towards rules, regulations and authority, and managing time and future; International focus group was a fruitful source of reflection for students’ experiences in care practice; The discrepancy what is learned in management education and actual practice should be clearly addressed in future education. CareMan project can be seen an example of a strategy for supporting critical thinking and reflective learning in intercultural management issues.
Type: lecture
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