“The Protocol of Drug Efficacy and Safety” as a Type of Students’ Independent Work in the Study of Clinical Pharmacology


credit-modular system
clinical pharmacology
independent work

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Belehai, R. I. (2015). “The Protocol of Drug Efficacy and Safety” as a Type of Students’ Independent Work in the Study of Clinical Pharmacology. Galician Medical Journal, 22(3), 127-129. Retrieved from https://ifnmujournal.com/gmj/article/view/357


The article is devoted to the organization of “Protocol of Drug Efficacy and Safety” writing as a type of students’ independent work which is one of the ways of training intensification. The attention is paid to the importance of this form of activity in the training of future doctors, especially in the context of the Bologna process. The experience of this type of students’ independent work at the Department of Clinical Pharmacology and Pharmacotherapy at Ivano-Frankivsk National Medical University aims at the development of clinical thinking skills, addressing the issues of individual drug therapy, drug interactions among themselves and with food, ways to eliminate polypragmasy, reduction of adverse reactions risk, communicative skills of future doctors. We analyzed the method of work execution, typical students’ errors during its performance. The features of this type of independent work evaluation were provided.



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