FACTORS OF PROVIDING THE EFFICIENCY OF A CLOSED MEDICAL EDUCATION IN THE MODERN CONDITIONS: INFORMALITY, TRANSDISCIPLINARITY AND CONTINUITY
Keywords:models of medical education, digitization, ontology of knowledge, individual educational trajectory, principle of formalization, transdisciplinarity, modules of training, content - analysis
Background. The factors that ensure the quality and effectiveness of modern continuous professional development for doctors and physicians are considered. Among the many factors are transdisciplinarity, continuity, organic combination of formal, non-formal and informal education. The purpose of the study was to substantiate the technology of formation of individual educational trajectory during the continuous professional development.
Materials and methods. Results. Medical education has fundamentally changed and will continue to change in accordance with scientific achievements and the needs of society. In the reform of medical education more and more places are occupied by information technologies, distance learning, platform learning. Learners need perfect learning and better experience in functioning and decision making. The creation of an individual educational trajectory is crucial. The main principles in the formation of the trajectory are the provision of digitization, as well as the use of content analysis. Possibilities of application of ontological models are considered for construction of an estimation cluster.
Conclusion. It is concluded that the creation of a modern system of knowledge transfer in medicine is possible, taking into account the need to ensure the high quality of training of doctors and pharmacists, training focused on personality training, intensive implementation of transdisciplinary training of specialists. The basis of modern training of doctors in postgraduate medical education and continuous professional development of doctors and pharmacists is proposed to introduce individual educational technologies, based on three components — maximum digitalization, professional portfolio and content - analysis.
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