Clinical practice in Obstetrics and Gynecology in the context of the implementation of a competency-based approach to the organization of education of modern students
The article shows the role of clinical practice in Obstetrics and Gynecology in the context of the implementation of a competency-based approach to the organization of education of modern students. The indisputable advantages of the orientation of the educational process onto the achievement of professional competencies for the training of competitive specialists with flexible practical-meaningful thinking are determined.
Priority in the system of medical education is the development of new approaches, methods and forms of training in order to form readiness for the professional activity of a medical specialist. The efficiency of algorithmization and pedagogical potential of the case-method in the structure of clinical practice teaching is proved.
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