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Development practice of phenomenological approach to the process of clinical dental investigation and treatment in educational space of a medical university

E.V. Suvorova, E.M. Ukolova
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Suvorova E.V.,
 Ph.D., assistant, Department of therapeutic dentistry;
Moscow state University of medicine and dentistry Evdokimova.
E-mail: suvorova_ev@mail.ru
 
Ukolova E.M.,
senior lecturer, Department of psychology of personality,
Higher School of Economics National Research University
 
Problem of addition into educational process in modern medical university with theoretical and practical fundamentals of phenomenological method in the context of dental care is raised by the authors.
Key words: phenomenology, phenomenological approach, medical university, dental care
 
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