THE PROGRAM OF INFORMATISATION OF HIGHER MEDICAL UNIVERSITIES. STRATEGY, CONSTANT AND VARIABLE COMPONENTS
Keywords:informatisation of institutions of higher medical education, information technologies, informatisation directions, virtual integration of scientific researches, transdisciplinary, mathematical, simulation and computer modeling, ontological models of knowl
AbstractThe issues of program informatisation of higher educational establishments of the medical field, introduction of mixed learning technology, in order to increase the competitiveness of Ukrainian medical universities, the widespread use of e-learning, electronic learning management, information and methodological support for the development of educational content are considered. It is emphasized that there are currently no alternatives to informatisation of educational institutions, and the main goal of informatisation of higher education institutions in the medical field should be to ensure harmonization between market needs in medical and pharmaceutical specialists with specific competencies, with world tendencies and results of functioning of higher educational institutions.
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