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2 . 2011
Editorial

Editorial

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Editorial

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Announcements

Конференция «AMEE–2011» г. Вена, Австрия, 27–31 августа 2011 г.

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Всероссийская научно-практическая конференция «Непрерывное профессиональное развитие специалистов в условиях реформирования российского образования и здравоохранения» г. Самара, 28–29 сентября 2011 г.

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Events

II ежегодная общероссийская конференция «Медицинское образование–2011»

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Конференция MLA–2011

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Научная конференция «Дополнительное профессиональное образование – от традиций к инновациям»

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Всероссийская научно-практическая конференция «Пути повышения качества подготовки специалистов со средним медицинским образованием»

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Abstracts

Introduction of real patients into problem-based learning in preclinical first-year anatomy curriculum

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Why don’t they know enough about anatomy? A narrative review

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Science

Publishing activity as an instrument of research strategy’s monitoring in medicine

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On example of Russian and foreign medical scientific centers there is analyzed a new international trend of visualization and algorithmization of a research level evaluation system with the usage of newest instruments on processing bibliometric data. These instruments are playing more and more significant role in the sphere of financing and regulating scientific-research activity, and analytical systems are becoming the main instruments for taking decisions in questions of scientific-technical and technological development of countries.

Main theme

Clinical anatomy in modern morphology and medicine

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The paper presents classification and structure of clinical anatomy. The paper describes the content, methodical basis, peculiarities and spheres of use of new sections of clinical anatomy: microsurgical, endoscopic, radiation anatomy.

The place of anatomy in medical education: AMEE Guide no 41 (Russian version edited by V.A. Karanasheva)

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This Guide, a combined work by three authors from different countries, provides perspectives into the history of teaching gross anatomy, briefly, from the earliest of times, through to a detailed examination of curricula in both traditional didactic approaches and Problem-Based Learning (PBL) curricula. The delivery of a module within a curriculum in tertiary education is interplay between the content (knowledge and skills) of a subject, the teaching staff involved, the students and their approaches to learning, and the philosophy underpinning the delivery of the learning material. The work is divided into sections that deal with approaches to learning anatomy from the perspective of students, to delivery of the content of the curriculum by lecturers, including the assessment of knowledge, and itemises the topics that could be considered important for an appropriate anatomy module in an integrated course, delivered in a way that emphasises clinical application. The work concludes by looking to the future, and considering what measures may need to be addressed to ensure the continued development of anatomy as a clinically relevant subject in any medical curriculum.

Analysis of anatomic literature, available on the Russian book market

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The paper presents an analysis of textbooks and manuals for the discipline «Human Anatomy», available on the book market. Features of publications, availability and quality of illustrations are discussed in detail.

Operative surgery and topographic anatomy department as the center for clinical anatomy teaching and practical skills mastering at a medical University

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The paper presents data on topographic and clinical anatomy teaching at native and foreign Universities. Clinical anatomy is defined as educational-scientific subject. Organization and methodical ways of teaching clinical anatomy at operative surgery and topographic anatomy departments are considered. The importance of clinical anatomy in acquiring practical skills and laying the foundation of professional competence at different stages of training is demonstrated. Suggestions on improving teaching methods, training and advanced studies of teachers are expressed.

Clinical anatomy study and manual skills mastering in the light of new information technologies (on the subject of advisable teaching process supplements at operative surgery and topographic anatomy departments)

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The paper dwells on the present day state of affairs concerning the use of new information technologies in the teaching process at operative surgery and topographic anatomy departments, problems and shortcomings of the process and the ways of its further introduction. At present it is expedient to develop and introduce new information technologies in the teaching process, though the latter are not considered to be a true alternative to classical methods of studying our subject on cadavers and laboratory animals.

Practical skills mastering by beginner surgeons

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The paper dwells on the problems of post graduation training of beginner surgeons. Stage nature of surgeons’ training and the role of operative surgery departments in teaching practical skills are substantiated. The list of necessary manipulations skills to be mastered by a beginner surgeon is presented.

Clinical anatomy teaching at post graduation department of a medical University

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Data obtained at operative surgery and clinical anatomy department of Orenburg State medical academy testify to the fact that specific character of the subject, clinical trend of research work, highly qualified staff members, ensuring of necessary equipment and organization and methodical part, remote education development empower such departments to play an important role in perfecting the system of post graduation training of physicians.

Topographic-anatomy terms for the clinical anatomy

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Human anatomy – basic science in medical education

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Professional Development

Effective teaching through active learning (Russian version edited by Z.Z. Balkizov)

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There can be very few practitioners whose daily working life is not involved someway in teaching or learning. Used in its broadest sense, we engage teaching everyday in our advice to patients, and conversely we learn from each of our patients. As we move inexorably towards compulsory reaccredidation for all practitioners, purposeful and effective continuing professional development takes over from the previously passive continuing medical education model. As Universities and Medical Schools recognise where most healthcare occurs and see the benefits of situation-based and community-based education, increasing numbers of undergraduate and postgraduate students pass daily through our doors. No doubt, the majority of busy practitioners see these activities as an increased workload rather than an opportunity, a stress factor rather than a possibility to develop in their personal lives. In this article however, we would like to suggest how some of our daily practice activities can be seen as opportunities to teach and learn; how by using the principles of being an effective teacher, we can create learning situations for all

Educational Technologies

Clinical guidelines – a challenging way of medical innovations into the real health care world

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Clinical guidelines are promising tools to improve medical care. However, in order to suit health care needs, they must be of high scientific quality and take into account characteristics of the real clinical practice. Impact of clinical guidelines in many ways depends on educational interventions by means of which they are implemented. Educational workshops with interactive component and computer reminders are mentioned among the most effective. Nevertheless, even such passive activities like dissemination of printed guidelines or patient educational materials can play an important role due to their relatively low cost and wide distribution. Overall, educational interventions can improve professional performance approximately by 7–15% and patient’s outcomes by 3–5%.

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Тезисы конференции "Медицинское образование-2011" (Москва, 21-22 апреля 2011 г.)

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CHIEF EDITOR
CHIEF EDITOR
Balkizov Zalim Zamirovich
Professor of the Department of Professional Education and Educational Technologies, Associate Professor of the Department of Hospital Surgery of the N.I. Pirogov Russian National Research Medical University of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, member of the Coordinating Council for Personnel Policy of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, Adviser to the President of the National Medical Chamber, Executive Secretary of the Commission for Accreditation of Continuing Medical Education Events in the National Medical Chamber, Secretary General of the Russian Society of Medical Specialists General Representative of the Association for Medical Education in Europe, General Director of GEOTAR-Med
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