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СИМУЛЯЦИОННЫЕ ТЕХНОЛОГИИ В НЕЙРОХИРУРГИЧЕСКОМ ОБУЧЕНИИ

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Аннотация

Симуляция оперативных вмешательств на различных моделях в ближайшем будущем должна стать важным элементом практической подготовки нейрохирургов. На это указывает нарастающее количество публикаций по проблеме симуляционного обучения в медицине и нейрохирургии в частности.

Об авторах

Игорь Васильевич Яковенко
ФГБУ Российский нейрохирургический институт им. проф. А.Л. Поленова
Россия


Евгений Николаевич Кондаков
ФГБУ Российский нейрохирургический институт им. проф. А.Л. Поленова
Россия


Дмитрий Евгеньевич Закондырин
ФГБУ Российский нейрохирургический институт им. проф. А.Л. Поленова
Россия


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Для цитирования:


Яковенко И.В., Кондаков Е.Н., Закондырин Д.Е. СИМУЛЯЦИОННЫЕ ТЕХНОЛОГИИ В НЕЙРОХИРУРГИЧЕСКОМ ОБУЧЕНИИ. Нейрохирургия. 2015;(1):97-100.

For citation:


Yakovenko I.V., Kondakov E.N., Zakondyrin D.E. The simulation training technologies in neurosurgery. Russian journal of neurosurgery. 2015;(1):97-100. (In Russ.)

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