Axiological component in digitalization of health care and medicine

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The basis of the modern industrial revolution is digitalization and artificial intelligence due to the influence of the digitalization process on all aspects of the economy, public life, including healthcare and education. The creation of a modernized healthcare system that would meet world standards implies an increase in both the quality and accessibility of medical care, which requires new technological solutions. The development of any new technology relies on digitalization, which has led to the creation of the Internet, robots, and artificial intelligence. Digital health is a new format for the medical industry to improve the efficiency and quality of medical care. The training of modern specialists provides for a significant change in teaching methods. The dependence of the quality of medical education on the multicomponent and increasingly digital nature of social reality is obvious. Additional special training of doctors for remote work is needed, the development of curricula taking into account the digitalization of healthcare. The relevance of the problem of digitalization of higher medical education involves an analysis of the state of modernization processes in medical universities, regulations on the electronic information educational environment of the university, including electronic information and educational resources, a set of information, telecommunication technologies and technological tools. The necessity of systematizing the social effects of the digitalization of higher education and conducting appropriate prolonged studies is substantiated.

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Zoia V. Nesterenko

St. Petersburg State Pediatric Medical University

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ORCID iD: 0000-0001-9522-897X

MD, PhD, Dr. Med. Sci, Professor of the Department of Propediatrics Сhildhood Diseases with a Course of Care for Patients General Care

Russian Federation, Saint Petersburg


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