Transdisciplinary approach and the introduction of new forms of education in the professional training of specialists in the pathological anatomy service


  • L. Rosha
Keywords: pathological anatomy, teaching, transdisciplinary approach.

Abstract

In modern medical education there is a tendency to introduce new approaches and technologies into the educational process. One such approach is the transdisciplinary approach. The main principles of constructing the system of PAS in the framework of the innovative knowledge economy is to focus on the following areas: the principle of "learning through problem solving"; the principle of "education through life"; the principle of inter- / multi- / transdisciplinary ability and readiness to conduct certain activities (scientific, medical, technological, etc.) that meets the high requirements of the world market. Problem-task approach to the definition of the content of professional training of physicians of the PAS involves the development of a system of "core tasks", which determine the main directions of science and technology development in the profile of the medical sector. From the side of the consumer of medical educational services, the formation of the personnel in the corresponding medical universities in the conditions of decentralization within the framework of transdisciplinarity should trace the main trends in the development of modern engineering: multidisciplinary, multi-scale (multi-level) and multistage research and engineering on the basis of inter-, multi- and transdisciplinary computer technologies; computer design products. The reform of Ukraine's higher medical education has the goal, in addition to improving the quality of medical care and education, and the formation of highly skilled and competitive specialists, changing the forms and content of the organization of educational process. The main assessment of the quality of graduates' training and research, policy effectiveness is the competitiveness, demand of specialists in the field of medicine. The approach of departments and university clinics to medical institutions has the best prospects for providing a quality educational process using a transdisciplinary approach.

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Published
2018-12-28
How to Cite
Rosha, L. (2018). Transdisciplinary approach and the introduction of new forms of education in the professional training of specialists in the pathological anatomy service. Reports of Vinnytsia National Medical University, 22(4), 696-701. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.31393/reports-vnmedical-2018-22(4)-22