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|Title:||Pedagogical conditions for the professional competence formation of medical universities students in the course of studying bioethics conceptual fundamentals|
|Authors:||Goncharov, V. N.|
Гончаров, В. Н.
Erokhin, A. M.
Ерохин, А. М.
|Keywords:||Pilot studies;Professional competence;Bioethics;Higher medical education;Pedagogical conditions;Philosophy|
|Citation:||Gazgireeva, L.K., Goverdovskaya, E.V., Vetrov, Y.P., Goncharov, V.N., Erokhin, A.M., Kolosova, O.Y. Pedagogical conditions for the professional competence formation of medical universities students in the course of studying bioethics conceptual fundamentals // Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research. - 2018. - Volume 10. - Issue 12. - Pages 3426-3429|
|Series/Report no.:||Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research|
|Abstract:||The article deals with the problem of pilot studies from the standpoint of studying bioethics conceptual fundamentals in the higher medical education system. The authors consider the opinions of pedagogues and Western philosophers and emphasize that experimenting on animals is crucial for biomedical sciences and significant for understanding life phenomena. It is noted that organizational-pedagogic conditions act as the main factor of the formation of the students’ professional competence in the process of studying bioethics. The principles underlying the current federal legal acts are analyzed. The authors draw a conclusion that there are certain contradictions between bioethics principles and teaching medicine. Bioethics specificity as an emerging system of rules, principles and norms requires constant monitoring of the bioethics situation both in Russia and abroad. It leads to the necessity to correct course programs in Philosophy and Bioethics and to review the methods of teaching in accordance with the specified worldview and social basics|
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