Methods of improving the quality of education in different countries

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Training is an organized cognitive activity, both of a teacher and a student, which includes a number of cognitive mental processes - perception, memory, thinking, imagination and accessible transfer of accumulated knowledge necessary to solve special highly qualified processes in medicine. Solving the issues of improving the quality of education, it is possible to use the sequence of some stages of the cognitive process - this is the emergence of a problem situation in school, analyzing the situation, trying to solve this problem in known ways and the need to search for new solutions that will improve the quality of the educational process in medical schools.

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Mark D. Shamilov

Ural State Medical University

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ORCID iD: 0009-0009-0197-8354

a 4-year student of the Preventive Medicine Department

Russian Federation, Ekaterinburg


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