RBL elements are actively included in the learning process from the initial courses in various forms and types. So, at the Department of Pathology, Basic and Clinical Pharmacology, methodological developments on the IWSP included solving situational problems on relevant topics with the choice of the optimal drug, its pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics, rational combination with other drugs and an indication of its side effects.
The research part of RBL classes, students collected questionnaires, analyzed the questionnaire, wrote abstracts and articles. Thanks to the successful testing of the RBL method, students were able to participate not only in intra-university, but also in inter-university student scientific conferences.
So on May 22, 2021, a student scientific conference was held at the IMF, where a 2nd year student, Neha Kolhe, took 1st place. The 2nd year students of Ramyavarshini Renukadevi Shanmugam and Maria Jinnakh also made reports at the same conference. All students were rewarded with appropriate certificates.