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IJLT 2024 Vol.10(1): 107-110
doi: 10.18178/ijlt.10.1.107-110

Reform Strategies of Internal Medicine Nursing Teaching Methods in Higher Vocational Colleges under the Background of Internet+

Yunxia Li
Yunnan College of Business Management, Kunming, Yunnan, China
Email: 694673303@qq.com

Manuscript received November 14, 2023; revised December 14, 2023; accepted December 20, 2023; published January 30, 2024.

Abstract—With the extensive development of educational information technology in China, significant changes have been brought to all stages of education in China, including medical nursing teaching system in higher vocational colleges. Under the background of Internet+, the internal medicine nursing teaching in higher vocational colleges should also carry out targeted reform, flexibly utilize various new teaching methods, so as to improve the final teaching results. This paper first expounds the importance of medical nursing teaching reform in higher vocational colleges under the background of Internet+. Based on the analysis of the basic situation of internal medicine nursing teaching, it thoroughly and comprehensively analyzes the reform of medical nursing teaching methods in higher vocational colleges under the Internet+ background from four aspects, which refer to improving teachers’ Internet literacy, integrating traditional teaching methods into Internet technology contents, actively using all kinds of modern information technology and emphasize interaction between teachers and students in various teaching methods. 
Keywords—Internet+, vocational colleges, internal medicine nursing, teaching methods  

Cite: Yunxia Li, "Reform Strategies of Internal Medicine Nursing Teaching Methods in Higher Vocational Colleges  under the Background of Internet+," International Journal of Learning and Teaching, Vol. 10, No. 1, pp. 107-110, 2024.

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