The generation of modern medical students, grown up in specific conditions of constant social and economic changes, comes to medical school with their own peculiarities and needs. To ensure that doctors are able to master intellectual and professional skills of high quality demanded in the health care market, educators, who are the representatives of older generations, should reconsider the methods, technologies and the content of higher education, change the atmosphere of studying process in order to promote the success of any student as much as
The current Russian system of higher medical education is undergoing a variety of progressive changes. Among these, of special note is implementation of new methods and forms of training organisation (workshops, case-studies, video-conferences, academic exchanges, counselling, various types of distance learning courses and networking cooperation, etc.). Nevertheless, this system remains insufficient in view of some factors.
First, despite the presence of positive educational initiatives in contemporary Russian theory and practice of higher
It is evident that a significant place in the educationsystem strengthens the position of any language in the world nowadays. The prospect of a partnership of cooperation with Russia, where Russian is a state language, creates the need for a practical learning of the Russian language by foreigners. This also explains the need for the existing of contemporary export of educational services within the framework of the preparation of specialists for foreign countries.
Currently, teaching Russian as a foreign language has been actively developed
S. Yamakawa, O. Razvina, M. Ito, H. Hibino, T. Someya and T. Ushiki
Russia, teaching them various advanced medical technologies, including endoscopy.
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 educationsystem 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