Analysis of the functioning of the educational and research laboratory “Pharmadar” in the context of the preparation of a Ph.D. on the example of the pedagogical load of the cycle of choice “Preclinical experimental research”
The cycle of choice “Preclinical experimental research” is an integral component of the compulsory discipline “Pharmacology”. Successful pedagogical training of scientific personnel (graduate students) became possible thanks to the development of the curriculum, which, first of all, became possible thanks to the efforts of the scientific personnel of the Pharmadar Educational and Research Laboratory. They provide not only the functioning of the cycle, but also carry out the scientific and practical burden of fulfilling the tasks of scientific research and economic calculation programs. The composition of the mandatory documentation of pedagogical (educational) work, on which the training of graduate students studying the cycle “Preclinical Experimental Research” is carried out, includes: a practical training program for applicants for the degree of candidate of medical sciences in the specialty 14.03.05 – “pharmacology”; the provision on attaching to the Department of Pharmacology approved by the Academic Council in order to master the mandatory program “222 – medicine, pharmacology”; thematic and calendar plans; independent work; list of additional literature; guidelines The laboratory staff, with the help of graduate students and doctoral students, have developed, improved and patented a number of methods for providing preclinical studies. Thus, the functioning of an educational research laboratory creates an optimal and rational scientific and practical basis for the preparation of a Ph.D. by mastering a post-graduate cycle of choice “Preclinical experimental research”, which was shown by the example of the functioning of the laboratory. In the future, it is appropriate and promising to develop a curriculum for English-speaking students, given the constant increase in their number among university entrants, and as a result — increase in the proportion of foreign citizens, among graduates and entering postgraduate study.
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