Sozialmedizinische Evaluation von Einstellungsuntersuchungen bei Beamtenanwärtern.
Traduction en anglais : Sociomedical assessment of medical examinations for civil service candidacy.
Vortrag der "Fortbildung f. Arztinnen aund Arzte der Regierungen und Gesundheitsämter Bayerns 1996. Bayreuth (DEU).
The findings and resulting number of rejections from 9.043 medical examinations of candidates for posts as civil servants in 1994 in Bavaria and a retrospective evaluation of 500 examinations at two large public health departments in Bavaria were used to discuss the value of such examinations and present possible alternatives.
The rate of rejections for medical reasons in the 9.043 examinations of civil servants starting new jobs in Bavaria was 0.57%. The most frequent reason for rejection was obesity.
In the retrospective evaluation of 500 medical examinations of candidates starting new jobs there were no cases of final rejection for medical reasons.
In 0.4% of cases (n=2) the candidates were considered suitable for the probationary period before becoming a civil servant, but unsuitable for health reasons for a life-time post in the civil service.
In 27% of cases the findings were normal without any diagnosis stated in the examination report.
The most frequent diagnoses were refractive ametropia (55.8%) and changes in the locomotor system (22.2%), in particular deviation of the axis are vertebral column (17.6%). The results are comparable with those obtained in studies carried out in Europe, although the procedures and study designs differed.
Even with a low number of rejections of around 0.5%, examinations of the candidates economically justified for the employer (the state). (...)
Mots-clés Pascal : Embauche, Bilan santé, Fonctionnaire, Homme, Evaluation, Allemagne, Europe
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Hiring, Medical check up, Civil servant, Human, Evaluation, Germany, Europe
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Inist-CNRS - Institut de l'Information Scientifique et Technique
Cote : 97-0351122
Code Inist : 002B30A01C. Création : 12/09/1997.