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Lesson 1 INTRODUCTION. LESSON PREPARATION TECHNIQUE
The purpose of practical training: to form an idea of the features and patterns of development of world and domestic medicine.
Tasks of the practical lesson:
• get acquainted with the classic samples of world medical literature,
• works of domestic and foreign researchers on the history of medicine,
• learn the basic concepts of a historical and medical nature, master the information minimum (facts, dates, personalities, discoveries, etc.),
• the ability to apply a historical and analytical approach, a historical method in assessing the development of medicine in various eras, to use knowledge of the history of medicine for professional improvement and self-education, to master the research methodology,
• learn to work with reference books, compile a bibliography on a topic, analyze primary sources, abstract, analyze and generalize scientific literature, formulate a problem, purpose and conclusions of a study, speak to an audience, and lead a discussion.
• in the framework of practical (seminar) classes, students are invited to master the following types of work: taking notes and analyzing sources, preparing an oral answer to the questions of the seminar; messages (reports), writing essays.
Source Note Plan:
1. The student reads the document in full.
2. Records the name of the source, the time of its creation and the name of the author.
3. Highlights the main idea, which is stated in 1-2 sentences.
4. The main provisions of the source are recorded point by point.
5. Concludes the synopsis with a concise conclusion in 1-3 sentences.
Source Analysis Plan:
1. The time and place of creation of the source (characteristic of the era and medicine).
2. Information about the author; the importance of this work for the development of medicine.
3. The genre of the source (memoirs, public speech, scientific work, textbook, etc.)
4. The history of creation and the fate of the text.
5. Analysis, problems, new methods, concept, novelty of the source.
Preparation of an oral response to the questions of the workshop:
1. To get acquainted with all available material on a given topic.
2. Identify common with other eras and states.
3. To isolate what is special for a given era or state.
4. Prepare short (1-2 sentences) answers to the items that decode the main questions of the seminar.
Plan for the preparation of communications (reports):
The message time should not exceed 5 - 7 minutes.
1. To select literature on a given topic (at least 2-3 sources)
2. Clearly formulate the subject of the message (report).
3. State the dating of the events that will be reported.
4. Define new terms and concepts that will appear in the message.
5. Summarize the material, focusing on innovations and discoveries.
6. To draw a conclusion by characterizing what kind of influence the events described had on the development of medicine.
Recommendations for writing an abstract:
Abstract - a form of educational research work of students that allows you to master the skills of research work, determine the degree of knowledge of the problem, highlight key issues, draw conclusions on the topic. This is a generalized and systematic presentation of the topic based on the study of sources and literature, as well as the views and conclusions of the author.
a) compile a bibliography on the topic,
b) think over a work plan,
c) to formulate the problem, the purpose of the work, the relevance of the topic,
d) prepare extracts from sources and literature,
d) adjust the plan and purpose of the work,
f) write a text, formulate conclusions.
1. The title page (the name of the university, department, the name of the topic, surname and number of the student's group, year and city of the creation of the work are indicated), see Appendix No. 15.
2. Plan or content indicating pages.
3. Introduction (statement of the problem, relevance of the topic, purpose and objectives of the work, review of sources and literature) - 1-2 pages.
4. The main part (contains from two to four chapters that can be divided into paragraphs, and each chapter necessarily ends with an output) - a volume of 10 - 15 pages.
5. Conclusion (summarizes the conclusions in the chapters, corresponds to the goal set in the introduction) - up to 1 page.
6. List of used sources and literature.
Example: Glazer G. From Hippocrates to Pavlov. - M., 1956.
Korolyuk A.M. Aristovsky V.M. //Kaz.med.zh. - 1983 .-- No. 3. - S. 19 - 21.
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Lesson 1 INTRODUCTION. LESSON PREPARATION TECHNIQUE
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