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The purpose of this article is to analyze an important issue in the philosophy of bioethical education. One of the main reasons for introducing a bioethics course in undergraduate medical universities in Uzbekistan is to counteract dehumanizing trends in modern medicine and healthcare. For this reason, bioethics education integrates the humanities and social sciences, responding to the challenges of the times. One of the difficult problems of Uzbek health care is to strengthen the human resources of the industry, because modernization in medicine should begin with training, that is, with education. At the same time, an emphasis is placed on the need to familiarize students with the profession already from the initial courses. The article examines the phenomenon of medical humanities and the international experience of integrating the humanities into medical education. The humanitarian disciplines, which are mainly studied during this period, implicitly form a request for a kind of propaedeutic orientation of the content, designed to indicate the spirit of the medical profession, the ideologeme of the modern medical paradigm-bioethics.