Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities
Articles Information
Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, Vol.1, No.4, Sep. 2015, Pub. Date: Aug. 10, 2015
Humanities Education in the Medical Professional Teaching Process
Pages: 445-449 Views: 1158 Downloads: 397
Authors
[01] Yanli Xiao, Department of Graduate, Taishan Medical University, Taian Shandong, China.
[02] Lei Peng, College of Information Engineering, Taishan Medical University, Taian Shandong, China.
Abstract
The socialized medicine reflects the humanization of medicine and determines the humanities of medicine. Medical humanities mainly research the humanities of medicine. From the core of humane education, the approaches of humanities education in the medical professional teaching process are analyzed. Reverence for life is the foundation of forming good learning and teaching attitude. Professional knowledge is the basis and humanities knowledge is added. The humanities knowledge can active classroom atmosphere. Humanistic care is lubricant and bond of communications between teachers and students. Behavior modeling is a favorable support to humanistic education. Furthermore, the design principles of medical students' humanities quality training system should adhere to the principles of student-oriented principles, system principles, flexibility principles, individuality principles, and multiplication principles.
Keywords
Medical Education, Medical Professional, Humanistic Education
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