ScienceRise <p><strong>The aim of the journal </strong><strong>«</strong><strong>ScienceRise»</strong>&nbsp;is familiarization of the scientific community and the community of specialists in various fields of activity with new knowledge and data obtained by researchers in the following areas: Physical Sciences and Engineering, Health Sciences, Social Sciences.&nbsp;</p> <p>The multidisciplinarity of the journal, which includes 3 different scientific fields, is justified by the skeleton of the idea underlying the concept of the journal. This concept is presented as follows.&nbsp;<a href="/sciencerise/about#them">More</a><br><strong>JOURNAL HISTORY<br></strong>Since 2020, journal «ScienceRise» has been published in Estonia (Publishing House «Scientific Route OÜ»).</p> <p>From 2014 to 2019, journal «ScienceRise» was published by the <a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">РС ТЕСHNOLOGY СЕNTЕR</a>. All journal archives for this period are available in the open access by the <a href="/sciencerise/arch">link</a></p> Scientific Route OÜ en-US ScienceRise 2313-6286 <p>Our journal abides by the <a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Creative Commons CC BY</a> copyright rights and permissions for open access journals.</p> <p>Authors, who are published in this journal, agree to the following conditions:</p> <p>1. The authors reserve the right to authorship of the work and pass the first publication right of this work to the journal under the terms of a <a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Creative Commons CC BY</a>, which allows others to freely distribute the published research with the obligatory reference to the authors of the original work and the first publication of the work in this journal.</p> <p>&nbsp;2. The authors have the right to conclude separate supplement agreements that relate to non-exclusive work distribution in the form in which it has been published by the journal (for example, to upload the work to the online storage of the journal or publish it as part of a monograph), provided that the reference to the first publication of the work in this journal is included.</p> A qualitative study of traditional healthcare practices: evidence from Ilorin less city <p><strong>The object of research</strong>: This study aimed to explore different forms of healthcare practice in Egbejila an Ilorin less city, Nigeria.</p> <p><strong>The investigated problem</strong>: Throughout the world, traditional healthcare practice leads the edge with regards to healthcare delivery for humanity. It follows that rural inhabitants marshal various forms of healthcare practice. This study investigated peculiar healthcare practices performed by traditional healthcare practitioners in Egbejila a rural Nigeria.</p> <p><strong>The main scientific results:</strong>&nbsp;The research study unveiled different and various dimensions and approaches of healthcare practice that are visualized and sustained as an indispensable component of continuity and survival of human entity.</p> <p><strong>The area of practical use of the research results</strong>: The results of this research study gave insight to various traditional healthcare services being sought after by rural inhabitants of variant cultural, religious, socio-political and economic backgrounds aside the orthodox medicine.</p> <p><strong>Scope of the innovative technological product</strong>: The study adopted purposive sampling procedure for the selection of key informants. A total of twenty-five (25) key informants were purposively selected. Data obtained through the recorded interviews were transcribed into Microsoft Word and was analyzed by using N-Vivo software</p> Ahmed Ahmed Olaitan Muhammad Asmawi Ibrahim Nosiru Mojisola Olubukola Tokede Abiodun Morenike Copyright (c) 2022 Ahmed Ahmed Olaitan, Muhammad Asmawi Ibrahim, Nosiru Mojisola Olubukola, Tokede Abiodun Morenike 2022-08-31 2022-08-31 4 3 11 10.21303/2313-8416.2022.002689 Women participation in the informal economy: assessing the pattern of operations and challenges in post-COVID-19 <p><strong>The object of research: </strong>first, to understand the operational activities of women informal economy operators. Second, to highlight and discuss the challenges of women informal economy operators. Third, to understand the implication of post COVID-19 era for women informal economy operators.</p> <p><strong>Investigated problem: </strong>the dynamics, operations and level of activities of the informal economy and the extent of women involvement, the issues around the challenges women are exposed to as participants of the informal economy, the role and impact of the post COVID-19 on women informal economy operators.</p> <p><strong>The main scientific results: </strong>first<strong>, </strong>the operational activities of women informal economy operators include street-trading and hawking, casual employment, family business and home-based enterprises. Second, the challenges for women operators in the informal economy include health hazards, gender discrimination and harassment, institutional and social barriers, cultural stereotypes and constrictions to loans. Third, the implications of postCOVID-19 pandemic include liquidation of businesses, increased economic hardship and poverty and little or no State intervention through palliatives.</p> <p><strong>The area of practical use of the research results: </strong>ministry of labour and employment, trade unions, women organization, non-governmental organization (NGO’s), labour research institute, traders association, industrial court, labour professionals and advocates.</p> Samson Adeoluwa Adewumi Copyright (c) 2022 Samson Adeoluwa Adewumi 2022-08-31 2022-08-31 4 12 24 10.21303/2313-8416.2022.002716 Knowledge management (KM) as a viable solution to public service delivery challenges <p><strong>The object of research:</strong> The study revolves around KM and service delivery. It ascertains whether KM is a plausible solution to public service delivery challenges. Although the paper is aimed at governments worldwide, it is focusing on South Africa.</p> <p><strong>Investigated problem</strong>: While the public service in South Africa has been significantly transformed since apartheid's end in 1994, the government is now under enormous pressure to deliver and save the public service from further collapse. Recent years have seen an increase in service delivery demonstrations and marches. Many believe the public service delivery mechanisms introduced to circumvent public service delivery challenges have been ineffective.</p> <p><strong>The main scientific results: </strong>Despite knowing what must be done, officials have trouble putting their plans, strategies, and policies into action. This is even though service delivery mechanisms were implemented to help them improve service delivery. In fact, only half of the respondents (50.7 %, <em>n=</em>33) were aware of service delivery mechanisms, though 95.4 % (<em>n=</em>62) concurred that KM is a viable solution to improve service delivery.</p> <p><strong>Area of practical use of the research results</strong>: Very little research has been conducted on KM as a potential solution to South Africa's service delivery problems. As a result, this research provides new insights into improving public sector service delivery using KM. Overall, the findings will benefit KM and Public Administration practitioners.</p> Lance Barbier Robertson K. Tengeh Copyright (c) 2022 Lance Barbier, Robertson K. Tengeh 2022-08-31 2022-08-31 4 25 37 10.21303/2313-8416.2022.002624 Ethics in education and the ethical dimensions of the teaching profession <p>Ethics is a branch of philosophy that examines the principles at the basis of human behavior and discusses concepts such as good, bad, right, and wrong. Teachers need to be made aware of the ethical responsibilities that come with their jobs so that they can act with greater awareness and sensitivity in the classroom, which will improve the overall quality of their interactions with students. Teachers are able to enhance their students' learning, evaluate them in a variety of ways, and give them the opportunity to learn specific material when they organize a variety of activities in the classroom. In order to make the educational process more efficient, educators should conduct themselves with ethical awareness. As a consequence of this, members of the academic community, members of the general public, and teachers can acknowledge the significance of the ethical component of teaching. This article aims to discuss the main reasons that make the teaching profession the subject of ethics, considering the opinions compiled from the literature and increasing the sensitivity of educators on this issue.</p> <p>This article aims to discuss the main reasons that make the teaching profession the subject of ethics, considering the opinions compiled from the literature and increasing the sensitivity of educators on this issue.</p> <p><strong>The object of research: </strong>Emphasis on ethics is a word we hear in every cornerstone of life, and it is a word that is taken together with manners and decency. Therefore, it is high time to review ethics in teaching to interested readers. The object of this study is to revise the related literature on the concept of ethics and compile significant features in one study.</p> <p><strong>Problem description:</strong> Since ethics is a paramount issue in education, issues such as the ethical dimensions of teaching and what is useful in the teaching profession for teachers or candidates who think of the profession as a sacred duty, teacher-student interaction, the foundations on which educational plans are based, and the ethical aspects of teacher attitudes needs to be investigated.</p> <p><strong>Suggested solution to the problem: </strong>According to the findings of the research, the ethical dimension can be influenced by a number of factors, some of which include the interactions between teachers and students, educational initiatives, the attitudes of teachers, classroom restrictions, and the majority of instructional decisions. As a result, in order to make the process of education more effective, educators should model ethical behavior in their own lives</p> Yunus Yildiz Copyright (c) 2022 Yunus Yildiz 2022-08-31 2022-08-31 4 38 45 10.21303/2313-8416.2022.002573 Distance learning technology in training competent master of dentistry under extreme conditions by evaluation of foreign students <p><strong>The object of research</strong>: Masters of Dentistry professional training in Bogomolets National Medical University (Kyiv, Ukraine) with the distance learning technology</p> <p><strong>Investigated problem</strong>: Educational process in extreme condition as pandemics and wars, possible ways to solve the problem how students and teachers cope with both challenges in Ukraine on the way of preparing competent doctor from the point of view of foreign students.</p> <p><strong>The main scientific results:</strong>&nbsp;Preliminary data of medical university students from foreign countries - future masters in dentistry of the Bogomolets Medical University (Kyiv, Ukraine) survey, conducted in term April-November 2022 about their perceptions of online learning and teaching in extreme conditions as they experienced during lockdown in terms of COVID -19 outbreak and continuing russian`s aggressive war in Ukraine. Our findings from survey concern questions of student`s general view on online educational technology as well peculiarities of approaches in teaching we can use for acceptable in such extreme conditions educational outcome. We start discussion about some useful methodological approaches for distance education technology in extreme conditions.</p> <p><strong>The area of practical use of the research results</strong>: Sharing with educational community our experience and features about distant learning in extreme conditions of dental students.</p> Yaroslava Kulbashna Iryna Skrypnyk Oksana Kryzhanivska Copyright (c) 2022 Yaroslava Kulbashna, Iryna Skrypnyk, Oksana Kryzhanivska 2022-08-31 2022-08-31 4 46 54 10.21303/2313-8416.2022.002725