A joint targeted action of the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of University and Scientific and Technological Research, can enable effective information and guidance activities to be carried out in order to reduce dropout rates, excessive extension of studies, and to stimulate the active participation of students in the school environment and faculties. All these actions are made indispensable in the light of changes in society and the job market. In order to understand how Italian universities manage university orientation, a questionnaire with 33 questions concerning the organization of university orientation in the various Italian universities was distributed. 30 Presidents of the degree courses in medicine and surgery of various universities participated in our survey. The results obtained indicate that there are satisfactory relations with higher education institutions and with the Provincial Medical Associations, even if these are mainly focused on information and orientation initiatives (100/60%) and less addressed in specific training courses in the different types (60/12%). It also emerges the need to implement initiatives of psychological support to the choice (36%). Orientation, in its various dimensions (dissemination of information, training, facilitation of choices and support for inclusion in study and work environments), must be included in the framework of the reform initiatives of schools and universities; this requires a strong institutional connection between schools and universities and between these and other public and private entities that are involved in professional qualification processes.

Analisi delle attività di orientamento universitario svolte negli atenei italiani / Longo, F.; Basili, S.; Farulla, C.; Relucenti, M.; Barbaranelli, C.; Elia, M.; Familiari, G.. - In: MEDICINA E CHIRURGIA. - ISSN 2279-7068. - 85/2020(2020), pp. 3797-3801.

Analisi delle attività di orientamento universitario svolte negli atenei italiani

F. Longo
Primo
;
S. Basili
Secondo
;
C. Farulla;M. Relucenti;C. Barbaranelli;M. Elia
Penultimo
;
G. Familiari
Ultimo
2020

Abstract

A joint targeted action of the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of University and Scientific and Technological Research, can enable effective information and guidance activities to be carried out in order to reduce dropout rates, excessive extension of studies, and to stimulate the active participation of students in the school environment and faculties. All these actions are made indispensable in the light of changes in society and the job market. In order to understand how Italian universities manage university orientation, a questionnaire with 33 questions concerning the organization of university orientation in the various Italian universities was distributed. 30 Presidents of the degree courses in medicine and surgery of various universities participated in our survey. The results obtained indicate that there are satisfactory relations with higher education institutions and with the Provincial Medical Associations, even if these are mainly focused on information and orientation initiatives (100/60%) and less addressed in specific training courses in the different types (60/12%). It also emerges the need to implement initiatives of psychological support to the choice (36%). Orientation, in its various dimensions (dissemination of information, training, facilitation of choices and support for inclusion in study and work environments), must be included in the framework of the reform initiatives of schools and universities; this requires a strong institutional connection between schools and universities and between these and other public and private entities that are involved in professional qualification processes.
university orientation, dropout rates, qualification, higher education institution, Provincial Medical Associations
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Analisi delle attività di orientamento universitario svolte negli atenei italiani / Longo, F.; Basili, S.; Farulla, C.; Relucenti, M.; Barbaranelli, C.; Elia, M.; Familiari, G.. - In: MEDICINA E CHIRURGIA. - ISSN 2279-7068. - 85/2020(2020), pp. 3797-3801.
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