The Role Of Practical Placements In The Development Of The Professional Autonomy Of The Trainee Learner In Public Health
Boukredime Fedoua, Menasria Mohamed, Hafiane Laila.
This study focused on the role of practical placements in the development of the professional autonomy of the trainee learner in public health; during his immersion in a professional situation internship. Its objective is to explore whether this internship actually contributes to this evolution or not. The hypothesis put forward is that the simulation internship does not fully promote the development of autonomy in this learner. A field survey has demonstrated the crucial importance of alignment between theoretical and practical training, adequate pedagogical supervision, an enabling internship environment, and the ability of learners to think critically about their practice.
Key words: Training; Professional autonomy; practical training; Professional situation internship.