Biological component in education programs preparing specialists of «Parasitology» for accreditation for scientific and practical activities

Russian Journal of Parasitology
DOI: 10.12737/11781
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Received 11.12.2014
Accepted 15.04.2015
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Biological component in education programs preparing specialists of
«Parasitology» for accreditation for scientific and practical activities

Astanina S. Yu 1, Dovgalev A. S.1, Andreeva N.D.2
1 Russian Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education
123995, Moscow, 2/1 Barrikadnaya st. , e-mail:
2Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia, 191186 St. Petersburg, 48 Moika nab.


In 016 the accreditation of medical specialists for their specialty and activity types will be appointed. The contents of physician training programs becomes increasingly important. The formation of new professional competencies is determinative.
The contents of the training programs should be aimed at the requirements of practical healthcare. The training programs which are focused on the formation of only one kind of activity can cause the leak in the systematic and fundamental contents of training programs, and as a result, the low quality of the specialists training.
Issues on selection and structure of the programs’ contents with respect to the accreditation are presented. The fundamental (biological) subjects included in the programs contribute to the preservation of scientific novelty, systematicity, knowledge continuity at different levels of the specialists’ training, assures the increase in integration of basic (biological) knowledge with the special knowledge enhancing the chance for the achievement of professional competencies.
Keywords: modernization , accreditation, competency, parasitology, education, biological component.


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