СИМУЛЯЦИОННЫЕ ТЕХНОЛОГИИ В МЕДИЦИНСКОМ ОБРАЗОВАНИИ – ЗА И ПРОТИВ



DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.25298/2221-8785-2019-17-6-713-719


Е. М. Сурмач (E. M. Surmach), М. Г. Малкин (M. R. Malkhin)

Аннотация


Внедрение симуляционных технологий в медицинскую практику способствует формированию комплекса практических навыков, необходимых для работы специалистам медицинского профиля. В данном обзоре рассматриваются вопросы организации эффективной образовательной среды, целесообразности использования симуляционных технологий в медицине, особенности мировой практики моделирования.

Ключевые слова


симуляционные технологии, медицинское образование, методики моделирования

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