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Faculty of Medicine aims to improve the care of academics and researchers and to create conditions that ensure a professional, open and ethical work environment. To find out your needs and identify priorities, was created an anonymous questionnaire, which was sent to all researchers and academics in April. The collection of answers was completed on 25 May 2020. Thank you all, who took the time to evaluate the current support of science, research, teaching and expressed their opinion on the necessary changes.
Faculty of Medicine has begun following the long-term plan preparatory work for obtaining the prestigious European HR Excellence in Research Award certificate.
This certificate is awarded by the European Commission to research institutions that guarantee current and potential employees a professional, open and ethical work environment by implementing the HRS4R strategy (The Human Resources Strategy for Researchers). The institution shall regularly demonstrate that it fulfills the conditions for good human resources management in accordance with the European Charter for Researchers and the Code of Conduct for the Recruitment of Researchers..
The Faculty of Medicine also strives for this certification in cooperation with other MU faculties. The aim is to implement a human resources strategy for researchers, in line with the European Commission Recommendation 2005/251 / EC on the European Charter for Researchers and the Code of Conduct for the Recruitment of Researchers.
The key points are:
- creating a long - term sustainable, international, prestigious and transparent working environment open to top and international researchers and
- improvement of personnel processes of the faculty - modern and open recruitment, working conditions enabling an attractive scientific career, evaluation of employees, training and professional development
The benefits of implementing HRS4R will be:
- setting conditions for targeted professional growth of researchers
- guaranteeing transparent selection procedures for the recruitment of new researchers
- increasing the attractiveness of the faculty for foreign researchers
- appreciation of experience from mobility in the public and private sector
- obtaining funding for research from European and domestic programs - a point advantage in the programs TAČR, HORIZON 2020 and others
- increasing the prestige of the faculty in the pan-European network of research institutions
Vice-Dean for Research, PhD. Studies and Institutional Development, Department head - Department of Psychiatry
Department vice-head - Department of Burns and Plastic Surgery
Research specialist - postdoc, assistant professor - Department of Histology and Embryology
Assistant professor - Department of Orthopedic Surgery, doctoral degree programme - Surgery and Reproductive Medicine
Vice-Dean for Healthcare Study Programmes and Information Technology, Department head - Department of Nursing and Midwifery
Associate professor - Department of Stomatology, Department of Pathophysiology
Doctoral degree programme - Imaging Methods and Medical Physics, external cooperation Department of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine
Composition of the Steering committee, whose task is to oversee the HR Award process, discuss the outputs of the Gap analysis and the action plan, agree on key documents, and actively support the HR Award process.
Vice-Dean for Studies in General Medicine (Yrs 1 - 3) and Admission Procedure, department head - Department of Pathophysiology
Vice-Dean for Studies in Dentistry, department head -Department of Stomatology
Vice-Dean for Development and Studies in General Medicine (Yrs 4 - 6), director of the SIMU, department head - Department of Paediatric Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine
Vice-Dean for Research, PhD. Studies and Institutional Development, department head - Department of Psychiatry
Vice-Dean for Professional Education and External Affairs, department head - Department of Pediatric Oncology
Vice-Dean for Qualifications Development and Academic Affairs, department head - Department of Surgery
Vice-Dean for Healthcare Study Programmes and Information Technology, department head - Department of Nursing and Midwifery
Department head - Second Department of Internal Medicine, Vice-chair Academic Senate LF MU
Basic timeline of implementation
Adherence to the principles of the Charter and the Code
Implementation of internal GAP analysis and preparation of an action plan (AP)
Sending GAP analysis and AP to the European Commission
Expected obtaining HR Award
Implementation of action plan steps after obtaining the HRS4R award
2 years after receiving the HR award
Internal evaluation of the original GAP analysis and AP
3 years after internal evaluation
External evaluation by the European Commission