Experience in Generation of Practical Skills at First Medical Aid and Conduction of Treatment-Evacuative Measures at Head and Neck Surgery Courses

N. V. Aleksandruk

Abstract


The article highlights the actuality of education of first medical aid basics at battlefield in the current context. Experience of skills formation concerning first medical aid to injured people at battlefield was provided as well as the conduction of treatment-evacuation measures in the current context during thematic advanced training in head and neck surgery. Importance of traditional teaching approaches and modern teaching technologies was shown.


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postgraduate education; practical skills; first medical aid

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