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Out-look on the development of Russian education in the context of world trends

. Such facts were collected while studying the literature in the field of modern education, while observing actual events that take place in high school. The following documents made the empirical basis of the study: – The concept of long-term social and economic development of the Russian Federation for the period up to 2020 (the Order of the Government of the Russian Federation dated November 17, 2008 No. 1662-p); – The report of Oxford University Research Centre “International Trends in Higher Education 2016-2017”; – The speech of the head of Sberbank

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Development of Additional Professional Medical Education Organisation in Accordance with the Principles of Quality Management


Issues of education quality have acquired special relevance since the beginning of the 20th century. Implementation of the idea of quality in the educational organisation is promoted by use of the international ISO standards regulating quality of the management system. Certification of a quality management system in an organisation ensures its sustainable development. Experience of such work exemplified by additional medical education organisation is presented in the article.

The present paper addresses approaches to implementation of the following quality management principles: customer focus; leadership; involvement of people; process approach; continuous improvement; evidence-based decision making; relationship management; system approach to management. The structure of processes in the medical education institution is presented including the major process “Professional training and retraining in the field of health care”, main (core) processes: “Educational activities” and “Scientific activities”; management processes: “Strategic planning”, “Documentation management”, “Records management”, “Internal audits”, “Nonconformity management”, “Corrective and preventive actions”, “Monitoring and measurement of processes and educational services”, “Quality management system analysis by senior management”; supporting processes: “Personnel management”, “Work environment management and information support”, “Financial and economic support”, “Library services”, “Methodical support of the educational process and training for teachers”, “Publishing activities”. All processes are designated in a consistent model with special codes, which helps to streamline the document management system in the organisation.

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The Importance of Teaching History of Prosthetic Dentistry for Future Dentists’ Personality Formation

References 1. Pashkov KA. Main trends and tendencies historical development of our country dentistry. Pract Med. 2011;4(52):163–7. Russian. 2. De Paola DP. The evolution of dental education as a profession, 1936 – 2011, and the role of the Journal of Dental Education. J Dent Educ. 2012;76 (1):14–27. 3. Snakin VV, Ivanov OP, Vinnik MA. Globalization in the society, science and education. Hist Pedagogy Nat Sci. 2016;1:29–35. Russian. 4. Lapina NV, Izhnina ЕV, Grishechkin SD, Seferyan КG, Grishechkin МS. Historical aspects of medical

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The autonomy-oriented approach as a way to develop higher medical education

medical education, there is lack of a holistic and comprehensive approach to teachers’ and students’ personal and professional development problem; Second, most of training courses are organised on the basis of the formal approach and are oriented toward formal transition (using traditional forms and methods of training) of a certain volume of information to students but not toward achievement and development of students’ competences and their professional growth; Third, the present level of knowledge, the student’s personal potential are not always considered when

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Interactive technologies of teaching Russian as a foreign language for medical students

collaboration, considered as interpersonal communication. In interpersonal communication, a person takes on a role, plays it and obtains an idea for how a communication partner perceives it, interprets the situation and coordinates his/her own actions [ 3 , 4 ]. This interaction leas to the development of the person and his/her creative abilities, as well as the ability to think and be aware of oneself as a special person. All mentioned becomes very relevant for linguistic training. Regarding this, new technology and forms of teaching foreign languages, particularly

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Management of mechanism design as an important way to improve public health

to its challenges [ 3 ]. One of the most important developments of modern economics is the concept of economic mechanism design. In economics, mechanism design is the study of economic mechanisms that produce behaviors [ 4 ]. The concept has profound implications for management. At its core, management involves the effective use of mechanisms to change behavior. Accordingly, application of mechanism design (economic, social, and others) in public health management can help managers become more effective [ 5 , 6 , 7 ]. The main principles and mechanisms relate

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Medical exchange project for students and young doctors between Japan and Russia

. Regular PhD students who stay in Niigata University for the short term have a limit on compatible credits according to the study period. Results G - MedEx project and its management As mentioned above, medical exchange with Russia was always one of the outstanding features of our university. So we decided to step forward to further the development of our relationships. Thus, we submitted two applications for “Program of priority placement of foreign students sponsored by Japanese government” and “Re-inventing Japan program”, and they were both adopted by

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Developing Communicative Competence in Students of Higher Medical Schools

: Pathways into Information Literacy and Communities of Practice: Teaching Approaches and Case Studies. Cambridge (Mass.), Kidlington: Chandos Publishing; 2017:135–66. 4. Chomsky N. Aspects of the theory of syntax. Cambridge: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Press; 1965. 247 p. 5. Chomsky N. Rules and representation. New York: Columbia University Press; 2005. 299p. 6. Hall JK, Hellerman J, Pekarek Doehler S, eds. Interactional Competence and development. Bristol, UK: Multilingual Matters; 2011. 274p. 7. Campbell-Larsen J. Interactional

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Lesch-Nyhan disease: A rare disorder with many unresolved aspects

a PRPP-dependent phosphoribosyl transfer reaction ( Fig. 1 ). It is a cytoplasmic enzyme ubiquitously expressed in human tissues, displaying different specific activity in different tissues and during development, with highest activities in testis and brain [ 4 , 5 , 6 ]. The human enzyme is encoded by a single structural gene (HPRT1 ) located at Xq26-27. The gene has been sequenced and more than 400 different mutations in the coding region have been described causing different degrees of deficiency [ 7 ]. HPRT aminoacid sequence has been determined and various

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