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Central Asian Journal of Medicine

Abstract

This article highlights relevant aspects of the optimization of the educational process, development of practical skills and visibility of teaching. The introduction of modern technologies into the educational process requires new approaches to teaching methods, which improves the training system for future specialists.

First Page

151

Last Page

160

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