Development of clinical competencies in the nephrology cycle

Development of clinical competencies in the nephrology cycle

To achieve the final learning results and master clinical competencies in undergraduate education, various innovative teaching methods are used and technologies such as TBL, SP, CBD and others have become the daily work of teachers. As the experience of working with 4th year General Medicine students in nephrology in the module “Genitourinary system” shows, working using the CBL method allows not only to repeat basic knowledge of normal, pathological anatomy, physiology, laboratory and instrumental diagnostics, but also to develop clinical thinking skills with carrying out syndrome analysis, diagnostic criteria for making a final diagnosis, according to the classification, followed by therapeutic treatment tactics from the position of evidence-based medicine. In order to develop clinical thinking skills, students are encouraged to independently compile cases on a given topic. Associate Professor of the Department Alibekova R.I. shares practical experience in monitoring a student’s independent work, with clinical analysis of cases in a discussion format with the appointment of opponents from the group, notes positive feedback from students 4101 of GM, where each student noted that there were difficulties, mistakes, but teamwork and constructive The teacher’s feedback leads to the development of clinical skills in diagnostic search, diagnosis and choice of treatment.

Department of Internal Medicine and Rheumatology