In recent years, there has been more emphasis on developing critical thinking (e.g., critical thinking and clinical reasoning) processes to tackle the recent trends and challenges in medical education in Uzbekistan. Critical thinking in professional formation teaches tomorrow’s doctors to be well trained. Lack of training of critical thinking in medical English curricula causes medical students to use cognitive biases in problem solving which ultimately leads to use professional practice. There is no consensus on the most eﬀective-teaching model to teach the critical thinking skills is not eﬀectively tested in medical schools of Uzbekistan. This chapter will focus on analysis of theory of critical thinking in medical education settings.
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Tashkhodjaeva, Patima B.; Esanov, Uktam D.; Juraev, Abdunazar Kh.; and Aslanov, Mekhridin N.
"USING OF MODERN TEACHING METHODS FOR PROFESSIONAL FORMATION OF MEDICAL STUDENTS,"
Central Asian Journal of Medicine: Vol. 2021
, Article 9.
Available at: https://uzjournals.edu.uz/tma/vol2021/iss3/9