Information technologies in the process of studying endocrinology at the stage of postgraduate education
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Currently, there is being developed the technology of the distance education on the actual problems of internal diseases, in particular endocrinology. The use of Skype allows organizing the educational process by means of lectures, and also seminars and discussions. The independent study of tests is also provided in the mode of training with the subsequent evaluation of knowledge by means of online testing. These data are used for the comprehensive analysis of education achievements on the series of thematic improvement. In addition, students in the classroom are given the opportunity to study the material on the web-portal of the department. Important in training a doctor is to create a multimedia presentation using the capabilities of modern software and the Internet. The independent work of students allows you to more differentially learn the material on the specialty. On the website of the department, there is an information on pre-cycle training of doctors, presentation lectures, a list of questions for precertification training. The use of information technology in the training of physicians at the stage of postgraduate education enables to ensure a high qualification level.
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