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Digital Component of Professional Competence of Masters of Pharmacy in the Framework of Blended Learning

Reva Tetiana, Kucherenko Іnna, Nizhenkovska Іryna, Stuchynska Natalia, Konovalova Liudmyla, Burmaka Оlexandr, Chkhalo Оksana, Koval Alina
Abstract

This article is devoted to theoretical and practical issues in the field of studying the impact of distance learning technologies on the professional training of students of the Faculty of Pharmacy. We analyzed the "National Strategy 2015-2020" and its key principles concerning all healthcare specialists, and particularly, the pharmaceutical branch. In the context of distance learning, and informative component plays a significant role in the training of specialists and the formation of professional competence of masters of pharmacy. We investigated the directions of using modern information and communication technologies and their role in the development of the pharmaceutical industry. We considered the set of pedagogical conditions that ensure the effectiveness of the implementation of distance learning in the process of studying pharmaceutical disciplines since the improvement and maintaining of professionalism is one of the main tasks of the teaching staff and students of medical (pharmaceutical) (M (Ph) HEI) of higher educational institutions. The dynamics of changes in student’s rate achievement for the 2018-2020 academic year are analyzed.



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Tetiana R, Іnna K, Іryna N, Natalia S, Liudmyla K, Оlexandr B, et al. Digital Component of Professional Competence of Masters of Pharmacy in the Framework of Blended Learning. Arch Pharm Pract. 2021;12(1):98-102. https://doi.org/10.51847/avsEptmZsN
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Tetiana, R., Іnna, K., Іryna, N., Natalia, S., Liudmyla, K., Оlexandr, B., Оksana, C., & Alina, K. (2021). Digital Component of Professional Competence of Masters of Pharmacy in the Framework of Blended Learning. Archives of Pharmacy Practice, 12(1), 98-102. https://doi.org/10.51847/avsEptmZsN

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