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N. Goncharenko

, 5 , 6 , 7 , 8 , 9 , 10 , 11 , 12 , 13 , 14 , 15 ]. Results Our review results make it possible to suggest that the use of interactive technologies in teaching Russian as a foreign language for international medical students represents a new methodological approach to the training process organization. Aiming to form students and teachers’ personal attitude towards the educational process, this approach is reported to proceed from the mechanisms of dialogue, reflexivity and cooperation, providing educational actors’ involvement into the training

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A. Shrestha, R. M. Shrestha, S. Shrestha and S. Shrestha

safety use of blood and blood products [ 11 ]. In conclusion, there is an interminable and endless necessity for the effort on hemovigilance; although the rules, regulations, and tools are in place, but there is still the prerequisite of beginning the spot-on awareness and alertness system in order to make certain that the measures will be followed and that hemovigilance will help to prevent undesired reactions related to entire blood transfusion chains. With the end goal to have a productive hemovigilance framework globally, an extensive methodology and enormous

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K. Kononovich, Jean-Marc Macé and E. Yuryeva

April 1996, have changed the hospital landscape as establishments had to provide each year the data of their activity to the newly created Regional Hospitalisation Agencies. Consequently, since 1999 the spatial activity of users can be tracked in each discipline or hospital specialty [ 15 ]. Methods The methodology of this study is based on the setting up of the operational network. The application of the operational network technique in health geography is inspired by the Mirabel method of The National Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies (INSEE

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O.A Gavrilyuk

-oriented approach were also investigated through applying the ideas of autonomy-oriented education to the introduction of the “School of the young teacher” course for 23 young medical university teachers (2015-2016) and advanced training programme for 10 teachers of Medical English – members of the KrasSMU Linguistic Centre (2016-2017). Results Our research results make it possible to suggest that the autonomy-oriented approach in higher education represents a methodological approach to the training process organisation that fosters both students’ and teachers’ autonomy