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Название: Adaptation of the course "Medical Informatics" to modernity
Авторы: Radzishevskaya, Eugeniya
Knigavko, Vladimir
Vysotska, Elena
Solodovnikov, Andrei
Ключевые слова: medicine
education
information technology
standardization
Issue Date: 2017
Библиографическое описание: Adaptation of the course "Medical Informatics" to modernity / E. B. Radzishevskaya, V. G. Knigavko, O. V. Vysotska, A. S. Solodovnikov // Social and economic changes of contemporary society : мonograph / Edited by: T. Nestorenko, T. Pokusa. – Opole : The Academy of Manegement and Administtration, 2017. – Part 5.7. - P. 278–283.
Аннотация: At the present stage, the main purpose of medical education progress is the training of a specialist who is ready to practice medicine independently in conditions of modern resource-and-technical base of health care. At the same time, information technology, since its inception, became the crucial technology of our time. Now computers are the integral part of modern culture and are the factor of economic and social growth in the whole world. Moreover, this area continues growing at a striking rate. Every day new technologies appear and present ones become obsolete almost immediately after initiation. Adaptation of the future medical workers to the modern information space is a complex task and can be partially solved within the bounds of medical informatics course.
URI: http://repo.knmu.edu.ua/handle/123456789/16334
ISBN: 978-83-62683-00-0
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