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Application of Theme Guidance Model in Teaching of Critical Care Medicine

Weiyan You


In recent years, under the background of China's economic and social development, the medical field has also made rapid progress, especially in the past 10 years, China's medical field has made great progress, the level of treatment for critically ill patients has been significantly improved, and the more critical care specialties has been set up. However, at the same time, the higher education of critical care specialty is not perfect, and some graduates who practice in the critical care department have not yet established enough professional and systematic knowledge of critical care medicine. In view of this situation, we can apply the theme guidance mode to the teaching of critical care medicine, which can help students learn medical knowledge more systematically, improve their learning initiative, and finally achieve better teaching quality.


Theme Guided Model; Critical Care Medicine; Application

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v5i1.3142