Motivation for Learning as an Integral Part of the Educational Process in Higher Educational Establishment
The article presents the main ways of increasing professional motivation for learning in students of higher medical educational institutions. Training of professionally competent specialists is one of the most urgent problems of modern medical education. It requires particularly high demands on teaching clinical disciplines. With the growth of information load on students and a simultaneous reduction in the number of hours for studying these disciplines the problem of motivation formation is the primary one.
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