Central Asian Journal of Medicine


The research includes the study and analysis of the implementation of simulation training. The effectiveness of the integration of distance and simulation education. Creation of a center for simulation training and the work done in the process of teaching students. The objective of the study is to provide data on simulation education, on the features and problems of the implementation of simulation education and the main tasks assigned to teachers. Also, the purpose of the study is to determine the features of the organization of the theoretical content and methods of teaching influences of the online course "Simulation Education". Material and methods. The research materials are based on the experience of creating and teaching the course (in the MOODLE system) "Simulation Education" at the Tashkent Medical Academy, on the results of research work related to finding ways to modernize modern higher medical education, as well as on a sociological survey of students. The object of the research was the undergraduate and graduate students of TMA. The study involved 192 students: 80 students studying in the specialty "General Medicine", and 67 students of the medical and pedagogical faculty, 45 graduate students studying in various specialties. Conclusion. Thus, the experience of creating a course in simulation education indicates that the distance teaching format does not always contribute to the achievement of the set goals for the development of practical skills, the formation of competencies related to knowledge and skills in using modern international and legal documents, as well as principles, rules, approaches to solving urgent problems in the field of medicine.

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