Educational and methodical work at the department is organized in accordance with the educational regulatory documents of the Republic of Uzbekistan:
1. Law of the Republic of Uzbekistan on Education (August 29, 1997).
2. National training program (August 29, 1997).
3. "Regulations on higher education" approved by the Ministry of the Armed Forces of the USSR. From 9.01.2003
4. State educational standard in the direction 5510200 "Pediatric business".
5. Curricula for the educational direction "Pediatrics", approved by the Ministry of Higher Education.
6. Standard and work programs in subjects.
7. "Regulations on the rating system for monitoring and assessing students' knowledge" approved by the order of the Ministry of education Republic of Uzbekistan No. 204 of 2009 with amendments based on the order of the Ministry of education Republic of Uzbekistan No. 333 of 2010.
8. Order of the rector of SamMI №43 dated September 12, 2013 "On the organization of the educational process at the institute on a modular training system."
9. Order of the rector of SamMI №951 / U dated December 19, 2013 "On the organization of the educational process at the institute in the electronic learning system moodle.sammi.uz intranet."
10. Minutes of the Academic Council of SamMI No. 9 dated June 15, 2016 "Recommendations for the assessment and control of educational activities of students in the credit-modular system of organizing the educational process."
At the Department of Internal Diseases of the Pediatric Faculty, students of the 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th courses of the pediatric faculty, as well as the 2nd, 3rd courses of the medical-preventive faculties on the subject "Internal Medicine.
The goal of science teaching is to develop skills in diagnosing and treating typical forms of the most common internal diseases.
The task of science is to form knowledge on the etiology, pathogenesis, clinic, classification, complications of clinical manifestations, treatment and prevention of internal diseases; to improve the skills of collecting medical records and examinations of patients in the system; teaching the basic clinical criteria of diseases; teaching to substantiate and formulate initial and clinical diagnosis; training in the development of an examination plan, physician tactics and complex treatment; diagnosis using laboratory, equipment, clinical guidelines; training to interpret the results of laboratory and instrumental testing methods; formation of knowledge on the principles of differential diagnosis and final diagnosis; is to develop the ability to provide emergency care in emergencies.
Intermediate and final control and assessment of students 'knowledge is carried out using computer tests and the "OSKE" method, which, in turn, provides an objective assessment of students' knowledge.