The first-year students of the faculty of Pharmacy conducted this morning the final exam of the second educational unit Block II, which comes within the series of multiple educational units, through which students study various scientific goals that include several subjects, in addition to the study supporting clinical skills “Clinical Skills” and “Ethics & Literature” Evaluation “.
It is worth noting that the academic year at the faculty of Pharmacy depends on a number of educational units, to achieve the methodological goals adopted by the college by relying on the strategy of renewal and continuous development (based on a continuous approach and development strategy), based on advanced curricula that are appropriate to modern teaching methods that place the student at the center of the process Student-Centered Education so that the position of students changes from mere recipients of knowledge to those involved in making and obtaining them.
The Faculty of Pharmacy at the Libyan International University is the first of the corresponding Libyan and regional colleges that adopt a new educational program to qualify their students to obtain a degree (Doctor of Pharmacy) (Pharma D) in which the team-based methodology and methodology is adopted, and problem-based learning (known as an acronym) With PBL), which is a method of interactive learning through small groups, using carefully chosen dilemmas that mimic the reality and peculiarities of professional practice, in order to provide the student with the necessary knowledge and skills that qualify him ably to be:
(*) An integral component of the medical staff. (*) An element capable of practicing clinical pharmacy with its comprehensive perspective.
(*) An element capable of formulating drug policies.
(*) A pharmacist expert in medicine.
(*) A pharmacist specialized in the economics of medicine.