Features of the final module control in “Clinical Pharmacology”


credit-modular system
clinical pharmacology
final module control

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Belehai, R. I. (2015). Features of the final module control in “Clinical Pharmacology”. Galician Medical Journal, 22(4), 24-25. Retrieved from https://ifnmujournal.com/gmj/article/view/413


The article is devoted to the organization of the final module control in “Clinical Pharmacology” discipline. The attention is paid to the importance of this training activity form in the education of future doctors, especially in the context of the Bologna process. The presented experience of the final module control at the Department of Clinical Pharmacology and Pharmacotherapy in Ivano-Frankivsk National Medical University aims at the development of the of clinical reasoning skills, solving the individual drug therapy problems, drug interactions among themselves and with food, ways of polypragmasy elimination, reduce in the risk of adverse reactions, communicative skills of future doctors. The methodology of module control was illustrated, types of theoretical and practical knowledge control were analyzed, peculiarities of students assessment were shown.



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