Methodical Issues of the Interns' Training Regarding the Treatment of Patients with Acute Pancreatitis
Objective: To improve the mastering of tactics of treatment of patients with acute pancreatitis by interns of the specialty "Surgery".
Material and methods: We performed an analysis of the effectiveness of the education-methodological process in interns of the specialty "Surgery" for mastering the surgical tactics of treatment of patients with acute pancreatitis at the Department of General Surgery of Bukovinian State Medical University during 2017-2020 years.
Results: Optimization of intern training was carried out due to the introduction of modern minimally invasive methods of surgical interventions and the latest highly informative diagnostic and prognostic criteria for the complicated course of acute pancreatitis. The effectiveness of training is improved through the use of modern interactive technologies, for assessing the knowledge of interns the method of discussion polling is preferred.
Conclusion: Perfect mastery of modern minimally invasive methods of interventional treatment, understanding of their place and significance is an important component of effective learning of tactic of the treatment of acute pancreatitis by interns in the specialty "Surgery".
Key words: acute pancreatitis, surgical tactics, interns.
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