Methodological Characteristics of Teaching Microbiology, Virology and Immunology in Accordance with Modern Educational Requirements


medical students
methodical guidelines
practical skills


Modernization of national higher educational system involves purposive movement towards European integration of Ukrainian society and development of modern educational mechanism. A priority for health care reform is training of qualified specialists. For this reason, the transition to the organization of educational process according to the European Credit Transfer and Accumulative System is implemented in Ukraine promoting the introduction of international higher education standards. This process requires the essential improvement of medical education. The study of theoretical disciplines, particularly microbiology, will contribute to the professional development of future doctors and help acquire the necessary practical skills.


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