ISSN 2409-7616

Plaschevaya E.V., Poskrebysheva D.A., Lanina S.Yu.


UDC 378:004


Plaschevaya E.V.1 (Blagoveshchensk, Russian Federation) –, Poskrebysheva D.A.2 (Astrakhan, Russian Federation) –, Lanina S.Yu.3 (Blagoveshchensk, Russian Federation)

1Amur State Medical Academy

2Astrakhan State Medical University

3Blagoveshchensk State Pedagogical University

Abstract. The problem of learning to work with information, with information sources is not new. However, in modern conditions of digitalization, openness of global information resources, this task, in our opinion, acquires new relevance. For the future doctor, the solution to the problem of learning to work with information in a digitalization environment can be solved within the framework of the formation of information and digital competencies with maximum involvement of students in the information and educational environment of the university. I understand the importance of solving this problem, we performed a meta-analysis of work in this subject area, qualitative assessment of the reliability of the results was carried out by the method of expert assessments, quantitative assessment – by the method of calculating the concordation coefficient (consistency) of expert opinions. It was found that there is a weak relationship between the knowledge of students and the author’s methods being implemented, as well as a pronounced connection between methods and skills. In addition, it was concluded that modern digital technologies used in a medical university in teaching physics have their own specifics. It is noted that despite the basic basis of physics in medicine, specialized or specialized knowledge and skills are required, taking into account the knowledge of a specific branch of physics. It was revealed that in a medical university, when studying diagnostic methods and procedures, the main thing is to train skills when working with these devices, which leads to the need to use exactly those digital technologies that would help solve the problem of practical orientation of learning and assimilation of the physical foundations of medicine. It has been determined that the use of digital technologies contributes not only to mastering the experience of manipulating devices when working with patients, but also to working out the skills of critical analysis of various clinical cases.

Keywords: teaching physics to medical students, working with information in digitalization.


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For citation: Plaschevaya E.V., Poskrebysheva D.A., Lanina S.Yu. Digital technologies when working with information in teaching physics in a medical university. CITISE, 2023, no. 2, pp. 236-245. DOI: