Using PBL and Interactive Methods in Teaching Subjects in Medical Education

Keywords: innovative technologies, medical education, PBL (problem-based learning) implementation


In modern life information and telecommunication technologies are becoming more and more developed. It especially attracts and captures the young - young scientists, teachers and students.The purpose of the article is to highlight the experience of implementing technology of problem-based learning in the traditional system of teaching medical disciplines. We try to analyze the impact of the training project Tempus «Introduction of innovative teaching strategies in medical education and the development of the international network of national training centers" (530519-TEMPUS-1-2012-1-UK-TEMPUS-JPCR) on the quality of teaching students of medical orientation. A problem-oriented learning is used as an innovative educational technology in teaching of biomedical subjects - (problem-based learning - PBL), team training(team-based learning - TBL), interactive lectures (interactive engagement, peer instruction with clickers), discussion, training in cooperation (collaborative learning), cooperative learning (cooperative learning). We came to the conclusion the development and implementation of the system of communicative, interactive problem-based learning, characterized by practice-oriented approach, provides a reproducible stable planned results in practical terms with the formation of skills and abilities at the beds of the patients, helps self-organization and increases competitiveness of a person, able to adapt in the conditions in society that is developing rapidly.

Author Biography

Nadiia Demikhova, Sumy State University
Sumy State University, medical institute


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