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Miroslav Hrubý

'Academie Bulgare des Sciences, vol. 64, no. 5, 2011. ISSN 1310-1331. MULLINS, M. E., M. WILL, A. MEHTA et al. Evaluating medical students on radiology clerkships in a filmless environment: Use of an electronic test prepared from PACS and digital teaching collection images. In: Academic Radiology, vol. 8, no. 6, 2001. ISSN 1076-6332. QML: Question Markup Language. Question Mark [online]. 2012 [Accessed 2011-11-26]. Available at: SCORM - Shareable Content Object Reference Model

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Vilma Žydžiūnaitė, Ilona Tandžegolskienė and Ausra Rutkienė

Personalentwicklung an Hochschulen. In Akademische Personalentwicklung (pp. 8-31). Еssen: Verwaltungsgesellschaft für Wissenschaftspflege GmbH. Boud, D. (1990). Assessment and the promotion of academic values. Studies in Higher Education, 15 (1), 101-111. Brew, A. (2003). Teaching and Research: New relationships and their implications for inquiry-based teaching and learning in higher education. Higher Education Research & Development, 22 (1), 3-18. Conrad, L. (1998). Enhancing research through academic staff development. International

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Dmytro Borys

.). London: Bloomsbury, p. 31-94. Sánchez, A.B. (2017). Salience factors determining natural metonymic clippings illustrated through the medical lexicon. In Ibérica , 34, p. 17-44. Saussure, F. de (2013). Course in general linguistics (edited and annotated by Roy Harris) . London-New York: Bloomsbury. Schreier, D. (2008). St Helenian English: Origins, evolution and variation . Amsterdam-Philadelphia: John Benjamins. Sornig, K. (1981). Lexical innovation: A study of slang, colloquialisms and casual speech . Amsterdam: John Benjamins

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Doncho Donev

. Urol. Oncol. 2011; 29(1): 104-8. 38. Scheetz M. The Teaching Scholars Program: a proposed approach for promoting research integrity. In: Carmi A, Ferris L, Nachshon D, eds. Medicine and law - Theme issue on scientific misconduct. World Association for Medical Law. Medicine and Law. 2007; 26(3): 599-614. 39. Wagena E.J. The scandal of unfair behaviour of senior faculty. J. Med. Ethics. 2005 May; 31(5): 308. 40. Marusic A, Katavic V, Marusic M. Role of editors and journals in detecting and preventing scientific misconduct: strengths, weaknesses, opportunities

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Milada Walková

: English for Specific Purposes, 2015, roč. 40, s. 11 – 26. SWALES, John M.: Configuring image and context: Writing ‘about’pictures. In: English for Specific Purposes, 2016, roč. 41, s. 22 – 35. WETTE, Rosemary – HAWKEN, Susan J.: Measuring gains in an EMP course and the perspectives of language and medical educators as assessors. In: English for Specific Purposes, 2016, roč. 42, 38 – 49. YATES, Lynda – DAHM, Maria R. – ROGER, Peter – CARTMILL, John: Developing rapport in inter-professional communication: Insights for international medical graduates. In

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Gretchen Geng, Richard Midford and Jenny Buckworth

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Selcan Kilis, Yasemin Gülbahar and Christian Rapp

Learning, Teaching and Assessment: A Revision of Bloom’s Taxonomy of Educational Objectives. Pearson Education. 4. Arends, R. (2011). Learning to Teach (9th revised ed.). McGraw-Hill Higher Education. 5. Baran, B. (2010). Facebook as a formal instructional environment. British Journal of Educational Technology, 41(6), E146-E149. 6. Borich, G. D. (2013). Effective Teaching Methods: Research-Based Practice (8th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Merrill Prentice Hall. 7. Bower, M., Hedberg, J. G., & Kuswara

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Rui-Fang Zhu, Hong-Xia Ren, Xiu-Juan Wang, Chi-Chen Zhang, Qi Yu, Zhi-Guang Duan and Shi-Fan Han

physical education, college English, and so on; (2) basic medical courses, such as physiology, biochemistry, anatomy, pharmacology, and so on; and (3) nursing professional courses, such as General Nursing, Internal Medicine, Surgery, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Pediatrics, Community Nursing, and so on. The following areas have existing problems. Course contents: Nursing education, in terms of both theory and knowledge, remains under the influence of previous biomedical models. The course adopts a three-stage approach. Most undergraduate colleges have gradually

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S. Yamakawa, O. Razvina, M. Ito, H. Hibino, T. Someya and T. Ushiki

Russia, teaching them various advanced medical technologies, including endoscopy. Methods The credit system measures study time and compares learning achievements, helping students easily transfer credits from one institution to another. This idea was originated in the United States of America and introduced to Japan during the post-World War II era. Soviet education system didn’t use credits at all and Russia joined the Bologna process only in 2003. Russian universities mainly use ECTS (European Credit Transfer System) which is an important element of the

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Ya-Qian Liu, Yu-Feng Li, Meng-Jie Lei, Peng-Xi Liu, Julie Theobald, Li-Na Meng, Ting-Ting Liu, Chun-Mei Zhang and Chang-De Jin

China RCT High vocational nursing students E:50 C:51 Medical nursing experiment teaching FC: 1. Pre-class individual instruction 2. In-class group interactive activities (one semester) Traditional teaching SRL Jing and Li 34 China RCT High vocational nursing students E:50 C:52 Assessment of technical symptoms of health assessment OSCE and FC: 1. Pre-class individual instruction 2. In-class group interactive activities with OSCE (one semester) Traditional teaching ALC Tian et al. 37 China RCT Nursing undergraduate intern E