Department of Physiology, Bioethics and Biosafety
Integrative final program learning outcomes, the formation of which is facilitated by the curriculum discipline:
1. Organize medical and evacuation measures among the population and servicemen, in emergency situations, including in the field, during deployment stages of medical evacuation, taking into account the existing system of medical and evacuation support.
2. Ability to carry out sanitary and hygienic and preventive measures.
3. Ability to plan preventive and anti-epidemic measures for infectious diseases.
4. Ability to carry out preventive and anti-epidemic measures infectious diseases.
5. Ability to process state, social, economic and medical information
6. Ability to conduct epidemiological and medical-statistical research public health.
7. Ability to assess the impact of the environment on health population (individual, family, population)
8. Ability to assess the impact of socio-economic and biological determinants on the condition health of the individual, family, population
9. Adhere to a healthy lifestyle, use the techniques of self-regulation and selfcontrol.
10. To be aware of and guided in their activities by civil rights and freedoms and responsibilities, to raise the general cultural level.
11. Organize the necessary level of individual security (own and persons about whom cares) in case of typical dangerous situations in the individual field of activity.
12. The ability of the individual to organize an integrated humanitarian educational space, formation of a single image of culture or a holistic picture of the world.
13. The ability to have scientifically sound psychological techniques is effective work with colleagues, medical staff, patients and their relatives, willingness to interact with other people.
14. Awareness of the individual in the culture of other peoples.
15. Constructive skills of compositional ordering of integral knowledge.
16. Ability to evaluate modern biomedical technologies and professional relationships with people from positions of morality, dignity of human life and biosafety.
According to higher education standards, students must:
– Basic principles of safety in ensuring human life;
– Relationships between health status and exposure to harmful and dangerous factors;
– Requirements of legislative and normative acts on life safety, labor protection of medical workers and pharmaceutical workers.
– Requirements for occupational safety of medical and pharmaceutical personnel in modern conditions
– Historical stages of development of medical ethics, bioethics and nooethics as a science;
– Methods, principles and theory of biomedical ethics;
– International declarations on medical ethics, bioethics;
– Fundamentals of state biosafety;
– Bioethical problems in a multinational society;
– Bioethical and legal problems of coexistence of “traditional” and “nontraditional” medicine;
– Bioethical bases of professional activity of the doctor;
– Models of relations of bioethical aspects of the basics of communication between the doctor and the patient and his family;
– Medical and ethical role and responsibility of doctors, middle and junior medical staff;
– Medical and ethical role of the family in making medical decisions
– Moral and ethical principles of truthfulness and informed consent;
– Bioethical issues of mental health of patients and health professionals;
– Principles of confidentiality (medical secrecy), their medical, ethical and legal aspects;
– Bioethical and legal problems of clinical trials of drugs and medical technologies;
– To determine the basic principles of safe human life.
– Predict the consequences of violations of the valeological basis for the formation of a healthy lifestyle and their impact on the safety of human life.
– Analyze and evaluate life-threatening, health and occupational situations and independently decide on urgent measures.To draw conclusions about the presence of harmful factors influencing medical and pharmaceutical employees in the performance of their professional duties.
– Anticipate the negative effects of dangerous factors on the human body.
– To determine individual psychological differences of personality by their manifestations in activity and communication;
– Use professional vocabulary;
– Demonstrate the culture of written and oral speech;
– Use Greek-Latin medical terms in the practice of a specialist;
– Apply moral, ethical and professional norms in professional life;
– Analyze pre-conflict and conflict situations and promote their resolution;
– Demonstrate an understanding of the legal regulation of the relationship “doctor – patient”;
– Demonstrate mastery of the principles of medical deontology;
– Interpret the development of medicine in historical retrospect;
– Interpret the main historical and medical events;
– Demonstrate mastery of moral and ethical principles of attitude to a living person, his body as object of anatomical and clinical research.