Профессия сообщество и повседневность в нарративах молодых сельских врачей
Population health is one of the most significant human resources which largely determine the progress in the competition, productivity and agricultural economic activity. This has a huge social and economic growth effect in general. This plays a huge role in village areas which come 2nd in terms of importance after all the cities. Young groups of doctors have been investigated. They all struggled to fully integrate themselves into their professional field. The investigation subject was the process change in individual features and personal experience sharing of medical workers. The main goal of this study was the choice of the professional model and tools to integrate young workers into professional field and also their personal uniqueness development in a village community. Therefore, it is necessary to analyze the professional uniqueness of young doctors when they are working in a village community and also a change in of a doctor’s role in a village. The main analytical method was a theme analysis of young doctors’ narrative stories. Based on those interviews, the study tried to find answers to the following questions: “How to keep your professional identity, which you have formed while working in a big city, on the countryside?” and “How to form a special identity when you enter a village community?” During the theme analysis, it was found that the professional identity boundaries are permeable to young doctors living in the countryside. The themes of narrative interviews are designated as respondents and determine a big influence on rural life and its community on forming the professional identity. As a young doctor, it is important to keep yourself isolated in order to form your professional identity in rural areas and a big personal wish to do that. It is well displayed when doctors help while in a village community. When analyzing the narrative interviews, the two main aspects in forming a young doctor’s professional identity have been found: a transition from being just a member of a rural community to a man who is able to cure and heal patients. Village members usually do not accept it subconsciously when their friend suddenly becomes a doctor. The received data allows to investigate the professional identity of young doctors from theme analysis of narrative interviews and it can be used to improve the integration process of young doctors into working in villages.