Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : training


MAIN DIRECTIONS OF DEVELOPMENT OF TECHNOLOGY AND IMPROVED TECHNOLOGY OF SHEEDING, SEPARATING, ROASTING, PRESSING, AND GRANULATED PRESS FROM SUNFLOWER SEEDS CULTIVATED IN UZBEKISTAN

Ashurov Furkat Bakhronovich; Khamroev Elmurod Ortiknazarovich; Abdurakhimov Saidakbar Abdurakhmanovich; Rakhimov Okyatbr Dustkabilovich; Ashurov Farrukh Furkatovich

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 3, Pages 540-548

Uzbekistan differs in hot climatic conditions from the Russian lands, where sunflower seeds are mainly grown. In connection with this, we studied the component compositions, the effect of moisture on the bulk density and other equally important indicators of sunflower seeds and products of its processing. It has been established that sunflower seeds cultivated in the hot climatic conditions of Uzbekistan have distinctive features in physical-mechanical and physical-chemical properties than in the Russian regions. The linear dimensions, component compositions, the effect of moisture on the bulk density of sunflower seeds have been determined. It has been established that in the hot climatic conditions of Uzbekistan, the cultivation of sunflower seeds is more efficient than in the Russian regions.

Modern pedagogical technologies in teaching medical science

Yarmuhamedova Mahbuba Qudratovna; Ergasheva Munisa Yakubovna; Axmedova Saodat Toshboltaevna; Juraeva Gulbaxor Alisherovna

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 2, Pages 282-287

Medical education is rapidly changing, influenced by many factors including the changing health care environment, the changing role of the physician, altered societal expectations, rapidly changing medical science, and the diversity of pedagogical techniques. Changes in societal expectations put patient safety in the forefront, and raises the ethical issues of learning interactions and procedures on live patients, with the long-standing teaching method of “see one, do one, teach one” no longer acceptable. The educational goals of using technology in medical education include facilitating basic knowledge acquisition, improving decision making, enhancement of perceptual variation, improving skill coordination, practicing for rare or critical events, learning team training, and improving psychomotor skills. Different technologies can address these goals.

ARE ORAL & MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY POST GRADUATES CONFIDENT IN PRACTICING THE FULL SCOPE OF THE SPECIALTY: A QUALITATIVE RESEARCH

Dr. Dinesh Chandra Velaga; Dr Vikram V Khare; Dr. Priyank Rai; Dr. Anooja Lall; Dr. Rahul VC Tiwari; Dr. Vipindas A P

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 11, Pages 7167-7173

Aim: Purpose of the present research was to assess the level of confidence of post graduate students of oral and maxillofacial surgery branch; in practicing to their full potential. Methodology: In this cross-sectional study, all the post graduate students of oral and maxillofacial branch who pursuing their Masters of Dental Surgery in both private or government dental institutions; were included (purposive sampling) in our area. Prestructured questionnaires (10 questions) were distributed to them, the collected data were entered in Microsoft excel 2010, and variables were analysed using descriptive statistics and Chi-square test with the help of SPSS 25.0. Results: 60 % of respondents felt that they had more exposure to traumatology (1.12±0.98) as compared to other subspecialties and least in orthognathic surgeries. However, they felt that cosmetic surgery and onco-surgical sub-specialty will have an edge in future practice of OMFS. They felt the need for more training in handling cases of orthognathic surgical procedures (0.98±0.32).

GENERAL PHYSIOLOGICAL PRINCIPLES OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND SPORTS

Utepbergenov Amangeldi Kutlimurotovich

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 9, Pages 2366-2371

The specificity principle of the exercise effect when choosing exercises to train, when it comes to achieving high sports results and high savings in the exercise performance, which depends more on the movement skills improvement (its performance techniques) should play a leading role. The greatest effect of exercise on movement skills (sports technique) is achieved by performing the exercises that are considered to be the main training.

The Effectiveness of Hand Washing Training Based on Kirkpatrick's Theory on Nurses

VinnaAmaliaResi Damayanti; Ernawaty .

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 5, Pages 392-397

Hospitals have an obligation to provide education and training to staff who are potentially exposed and have direct contact with patients. This research was conducted because the number of hand washing non-compliance in 2017 still become the high standard set by the hospital at 0%. The study aims to analyze the elements of hand washing training on nurses based on the training effectiveness by Kirkpatrick's 2- Level theory. This research was descriptive, using a questionnaire to know the effectiveness of the training and the effectiveness of knowledge. The sample consisted of the nurses at DKT GubengPojok Hospital Surabaya. The sampling technique was total sampling with 14 nurses who participated in the training and also 20 nurses who did not attend, and there were 34 respondents. Fourteen nurses who participated in the training had an adequate reaction level about the training they get and supported by an average score of 78.29 had good knowledge and ability to remember the training material, compared with 20 nurses who did notattend the training. This research concludes that the identification of each element of training gets effective results. Moreover, the result showed the comparison of the knowledge level between the participating nursesand those who did not participate in practice as they received different grades.

PROBLEM BASED LEARNING AND ITS EFFICIENCY IN TEACHING PROCESS

Shoira Djabbarova; Mastura Tadjieva; Ra'no Mardonova; Guzal Turaeva

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 291-296

the article deals with the issues based on analyzing the efficiency of problem based learning and it’s organizational process in teaching. Problem-based learning consists in creating (organizing) problem situations, understanding, accepting and resolving these situations in the process of joint activities of the student and teacher with the maximum independence of the first and guiding guidance of the second. Such activities develop students' interest, satisfaction with the educational process, activation of the need for self-actualization and, as well as helps to form a creative personality.

Importance and Impact of Pain Management in Nursing

Shilpy Mittal; Neha Bavari

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 6, Pages 1101-1111

Inadequacy of pain knowledge is a common obstacle to successful pain control. Programmes for managing the pain is an important step towards increasing the knowledge about the pain. This paper discusses about importance of pain management wherein, a survey was conducted by to access the interest and attitude of medical caretakers towards pain management. Five groups were made each group comprising 20 nurses each. There were two experimental groups and 2 control groups. Pre and post tests were conducted and compared which provided best results towards pain management. One group was allowed to give pre-test before attending the training session and another group was allowed to give only post-test that was conducted only after competition of training session. Also training were provided wherein training sessions were divided according to modules and time duration was set for each module. The result showed that there was not much difference in knowledge of the nurses towards managing pain however, nurses with pre-test performed well than post-test nurses.

Interpretation Of Art Therapy Practices In Context Of Formal Education And Training

Charu Verma; Dr. Manavpreet Kaur Arora

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 3169-3176

Art therapy training programs provides students theoretical knowledge about art and psychology, whereas, under practical training students get insight into experimental learning under supervision. The study focuses on the significance of formal education and training in the discipline of art psychotherapy. For data interviews were conducted with five professional art therapists. Questions focused on their personal education, training and their practical experience during art therapy sessions. The interviews have indicated clearly that for the professional use of art therapy formal education and its practical training is mandatory. The stress was laid upon the interdisciplinary nature of therapy where the synchronization of elements of both- psychology and art play a vital role. Amalgamation of theoretical, clinical and experimental studies make them competent art therapists to deal with intellectually and emotionally demanding profession.

The Effectiveness of Hand Washing Training Based on Kirkpatrick's Theory on Nurses.

VinnaAmaliaResi Damayanti; Ernawaty .

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 5, Pages 602-607

Hospitals have an obligation to provide education and training to staff who are potentially exposed and have direct contact with patients. This research was conducted because the number of hand washing non-compliance in 2017 still become the high standard set by the hospital at 0%. The study aims to analyze the elements of hand washing training on nurses based on the training effectiveness by Kirkpatrick''s 2- Level theory. This research was descriptive, using a questionnaire to know the effectiveness of the training and the effectiveness of knowledge. The sample consisted of the nurses at DKT GubengPojok Hospital Surabaya. The sampling technique was total sampling with 14 nurses who participated in the training and also 20 nurses who did not attend, and there were 34 respondents. Fourteen nurses who participated in the training had an adequate reaction level about the training they get and supported by an average score of 78.29 had good knowledge and ability to remember the training material, compared with 20 nurses who did notattend the training. This research concludes that the identification of each element of training gets effective results. Moreover, the result showed the comparison of the knowledge level between the participating nursesand those who did not participate in practice as they received different grades.

A Review of HR practices and Employee Retention in Hospitality Industry

Kiran Mayi Immaneni; Dr. Vedala Naga Sailaja

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 6698-6704

High Employee turnover is one of the major challenges facing the hotel industry and it rather seems to be a worldwide phenomenon. Indian hospitality industry is facing a continued shortage of trained and skilled employees. Turnover results in losses to the organisation in terms of recruitment and training costs, lost morale, low performance, inefficient service delivery and loss of revenue. HR practices contribute to organisational performance. Research has suggested that a combination of HR practices when well planned and implemented had a significant positive effect on employee turnover. By analyzing the domains of knowledge related to HR practices unique to hospitality industry with characteristics typical to the industry such as cyclical and seasonal demand, reliance on low skilled labour, international chains vs. domestic companies, ownership, heterogeneity of firm size, level of services provided, this paper attempts to present a clear cut path for researchers probing the depths of Human resource practices specific to the industry.

Psychological Factors In The Development Of Professional Competences Of Trainees Increasing Qualification In The System Of Public Education

Umarali Dustkobilovich Qodirov; Ilhomjon Islamjonovich Khojiboev; Abdukarim Eshkuzievich Turahanov; Abdumalik Shermatovich Nurmamatov; Gulchehra Dusiyarovna Durmanova

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 3836-3843

This article discusses the ways and means to develop professional competence of teachers in refresher courses. The analysis of continuing education as a subsystem of continuing education, its main functions, goals, content, and ways to implement them. A description of the training module as means of organizing the activities of mathematics teachers in refresher courses by addressing decision educational problems.