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How to Improve the Interest of Learning in Medical Chemistry Teaching?

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DOI: 10.23977/aetp.2019.31005 | Downloads: 29 | Views: 2116


Jiaqiang Yang 1


1 School of Pharmacy, Zunyi Medical University, Zunyi 563000, China

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Jiaqiang Yang


In order to improve interest and initiative in learning medical chemistry, in the teaching of medical chemistry, the practical application of knowledge is the primary principle of teaching. By introducing the history of medical chemistry, the connection between chemistry and medical knowledge is increased, and the connection between chemical knowledge and daily life is constantly expanded, so that students can learn useful, learn useful and improve their enthusiasm and interest in learning. Interest, further enhance the teaching effect of medical chemistry.


Medicine, medical chemistry, learning, interest


Jiaqiang Yang, How to Improve the Interest of Learning in Medical Chemistry Teaching? Advances in Educational Technology and Psychology (2019) 3: 23-25. DOI:


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