Fourth Year Students at the Faculty of Pharmacy Participate Remotely in Problem Based Learning (PBL) Sessions
A debriefing session was held on the 27th of October as part of the problem-based earning sessions for fourth year students at the Faculty of Pharmacy. This session is part of the fifteenth educational block entitled “Neurological & Psychological Disorders”. The session was implemented remotely for all groups using the University's Learning Management System “Moodle”. It is worth noting that the Faculty of Pharmacy is the first and only Faculty in Libya whose students’ study within the PharmD program, which is an accredited program that grants a Bachelor's degree to pharmacists who are able to provide pharmaceutical care to the patient. The Faculty of Pharmacy at the Libyan International Medical University adopts modern curricula and teaching methods and student-centered learning strategies within an interactive education system where teaching takes place at the Faculty from the first year until graduation over a period of five years. Teaching takes place using problem-based learning, team-based learning and research-based learning strategies.