Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : analysis


TRADITIONAL REQUIREMENTS AND INNOVATIVE LEARNING MODELS IN THE HIGHER EDUCATION CONTEXT

S.R. Avizov; T.I. Atamuratova; Sh.A. Holova; F.R. Kamalova; L.H. Akobirova; A.T. Oltiev

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 872-885

Improving the efficiency and effectiveness of the educational process should be based on the development of personal potential and intellectual abilities of students, which implies the ability to generate and use knowledge in new situations. Today, the main task in training specialists, especially in higher education, is to develop and improve such skills among students. Benjamin Bloom's taxonomy, which establishes a direct link between learning objectives and the hierarchy of cognitive processes, seems to be a practical and convenient tool for setting objectives and evaluating learning outcomes. This article discusses the relationship between modern training requirements and the need for special work by the teacher on the goal-setting of pedagogical activity with an indication of the criteria of the end result in the assimilation of course content, cognitive and communicative activities. The article describes the results of testing the methods of teaching the subject through a system of various controlling procedures. using Benjamin Bloom's taxonomy to describe the cognitive knowledge and taking into account the changes made by Anderson and Kravlov (2001) on the organization of lectures, learning of educational material, development of cognitive and communicative activities, allowing to implement a qualitative assessment of the results of training students at the university. The method of modeling the content of the subject and a set of methods to motivate students to learn the content of the course, the development of cognitive needs, communication and intellectual sphere of all students. The factors limiting the use of binary lectures in the educational process are described. Practical recommendations on the use of this technology in the educational process have been developed.

METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES OF THE ANALYSIS OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OBJECTS

Tuychiev Alisher Zhuraevich; Rizaev Nurbek Kadirovich; Abdusalomova Nodira Bahodirovna; Tashkenbaeva Zarina Ulugbekovna

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 1701-1726

Abstract:This article provides information on the impact of the pandemic on intellectual
property and its consequences, the activities of companies providing intellectual property
services in the context of the pandemic, the intellectual ecosystem.Also, this article is devoted
to the consideration of issues related to the creation of the intellectual property ecosystem
throughout the world, research and experimental developments, R&D expenses, as well as
accounting and assessment of inovation products. In the context of global globalization,
intellectual property objects are crucial in assessing the property of enterprises. However, the
methodology of analysis of intangible assets has not been comprehensivelypresented in
scientific works, therefore, this article developed a methodology for the analysis of intangible
assets, in particular the analysis of intellectual property.

Analysis of tuberculosis prevention and control problems in an Indonesian community health center in 2019

Nilisrianggi .; Chatarina Umbul Wahyuni; Candrajaya .

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 5, Pages 363-369

Background:In 2017, East Java Province was ranked second in Indonesia to discover tuberculosis (TB) patients. The Southern Regional Health Center of Kediri City was ranked fifth out of 27 cases.
Objectives of the study: This study aims to analyze the problem and prioritize health issues of TB in the Southern Regional Health Center of Kediri in 2019.
Methods: The observation was carried out using performance assessment for the Southern Regional Health Center data in 2018 with the ultrasound and fishbone methods.
Results: It was noticed that all TB cases were found and treated, including the discovery of suspected TB cases and the successful treatment of all TB cases (Success Rate/SR). The main problems in the Southern Regional Health Center in 2019 were that the suspected tuberculosis sputum pot was not returned, the people’s lack of knowledge, and less active TB cadres.
Conclusion: Some of the problems found are the lack of knowledge regarding TB, less active TB cadres, lack of coordination among TB cadres, limitation of people who are willing to become TB cadres, and the time limitation of TB cadres.

Analysis of tuberculosis prevention and control problems in an Indonesian community health center in 2019.

Nilisrianggi .; Chatarina Umbul Wahyuni; Candrajaya .

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 5, Pages 573-579

Background:In 2017, East Java Province was ranked second in Indonesia to discover tuberculosis (TB) patients. The Southern Regional Health Center of Kediri City was ranked fifth out of 27 cases.
Objectives of the study: This study aims to analyze the problem and prioritize health issues of TB in the Southern Regional Health Center of Kediri in 2019.
Methods: The observation was carried out using performance assessment for the Southern Regional Health Center data in 2018 with the ultrasound and fishbone methods.
Results: It was noticed that all TB cases were found and treated, including the discovery of suspected TB cases and the successful treatment of all TB cases (Success Rate/SR). The main problems in the Southern Regional Health Center in 2019 were that the suspected tuberculosis sputum pot was not returned, the people’s lack of knowledge, and less active TB cadres.
Conclusion: Some of the problems found are the lack of knowledge regarding TB, less active TB cadres, lack of coordination among TB cadres, limitation of people who are willing to become TB cadres, and the time limitation of TB cadres.

Advantages Of International Economy

Ilkhamova Yodgorkhon Saidakhmedovna; Yakubov Ulugbek Kasimovich; Mirzaeva Lobar Zuxruddinovna; Kulmetov Mansur; Shermukhamedov Abbos; Rakhimov Nuriddin; Jumaniyazova Muqaddas; Shermukhamedov Bobur

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 5306-5312

The economic theory of international trade differs from the remainder of economic theory mainly because of the comparatively limited international mobility of the capital and labor.[5] In that respect, it would appear to differ in degree rather than in principle from the trade between remote regions in one country. Thus the methodology of international trade economics differs little from that of the remainder of economics. However, the direction of academic research on the subject has been influenced by the fact that governments have often sought to impose restrictions upon international trade, and the motive for the development of trade theory has often been a wish to determine the consequences of such restrictions. The branch of trade theory which is conventionally categorized as "classical" consists mainly of the application of deductive logic, originating with Ricardo's Theory of Comparative Advantage and developing into a range of theorems that depend for their practical value upon the realism of their postulates. "Modern" trade analysis, on the other hand, depends mainly upon empirical analysis.