Training level 1 is the concept of making oneself familiar with knowledge. It foresees the comprehension of information which is already known (read, heard, seen). Having said that, theoretical knowledge, for example, new methods of diagnosis, new therapeutic options, or prognostic criteria, is of great practical significance in training as well as further education and above all to specialists, resulting in creative ability and achievement.
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