THE CURRENT STATE AND ADVANCEMENT OF THE TRAINING OF MEDICINE MASTERS IN HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS OF CHINA
The article presents the results of the study of the state of professional education of masters in medicine in the universities of the Republic of China. The study highlights and substantiates the peculiarities of training doctors at the master's level, which revealed positive features in the formation of specialists in medicine in Chinese universities. It is established that the relationship between the labour market and higher professional training of future doctors in China has a positive effect on the quality of training of highly qualified specialists in medicine. The dynamics of changes in the number of graduates of the Republic of China in the XXI century has been studied and the factors that cause it are analyzed. The structure of medical education of masters in China at the present stage is described and theoretical and methodological approaches to it are revealed. The issue of development of professional training of masters in medicine in the universities of China is considered. The article contains an in-depth analysis of foreign sources, which allowed to highlight the main peculiarities and concepts of training masters in medicine, such as: formation of full readiness of masters for highly qualified, productive and creative practical and scientific activities, integrated unity of master's program goals application of interactive technologies; development of communicative competence of specialists in medicine at the master's level and ensuring the quality of medical education by state standards. The study by masters of basic research in medicine and the development of critical thinking and analytical skills during training is necessary in medical education and contributes to the development of skills for research and scientific work. It is substantiated that the system of training masters in medicine in Chinese universities is an important component of the world system of medical education, a leading factor in the development of productive forces of society. The expediency of scientific recognition of China’s experience in training masters in medicine at the international level is determined, which requires a systematic approach to its study and contributes to the improvement of national training systems for future doctors by analyzing and adapting best practices in training highly qualified practitioners and researchers.
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