Aripov Abdulla Nasritdinovich

Associate Professor of the Department of Physiology and Valeology of Namangan State University, e-mail:

As you know, at present, our state pays great attention to teaching in non-medical higher educational institutions such disciplines as “Fundamentals of Valeology”, “Age Physiology and Hygiene”, “Fundamentals of Medical Knowledge”, instilling in students the skills of medical culture and a healthy lifestyle, teaching her scientifically based rules of a healthy lifestyle, as well as maintaining and strengthening the health of an individual, society, and nation. Human health is the main life value.

Knowledge and skills in medical disciplines obtained by graduates of non-medical higher and secondary specialized educational institutions, the medical culture they have acquired are necessary not only for their personal health or the health of their families. The most important practical significance is that they are called upon to further actively promote the ideas of a healthy lifestyle among their future students, bringing them to the consciousness of every person. In the Action Strategy approved by the President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev, “development of the social sphere” is defined as one of the five priority areas. Accordingly, reforms are ongoing aimed at further improving the healthcare system of the Republic of Uzbekistan, and our young people, with their medical knowledge, are called upon to contribute to this area by providing practical assistance in the prevention of various dangerous diseases. Thus, it contributes to the preservation and strengthening of the health of our society.

Because of this, raising the level of teaching medical disciplines in non-medical educational institutions to the world standard, reworking the philosophical methodology of sciences, and modernizing the educational process are urgent problems of today.

Obviously, in recent decades, the “Idea of ​​health” has become an urgent problem. To date, the conditions for a radical improvement in the health of the population and the possibilities of clinical medicine remain insufficient, or diagnostics and treatment by means of modern medicine are extremely expensive.