The problem will be the basic element to generate the stimulation of learning. Clinical cases in which students have to study and solve problems related to the materials that make up the subject will be selected. Students receive exercises in which there are decisions before clinical scenarios accompanied by documentation and questions. These exercises will be delivered to the students and should be resolved according to the PBL (problem-based learning) methodology in groups of 2-4 students. Sessions on Tuesday and Thursday of the week 2 (4.00-6.00 pm.) of each round of workshops have been destined to academic tutoring with teachers for debate and guidance. Students will be given a report with the resolution of the problems raised at the end of the course. The tasks performed by each Member of the group will be detailed in the report.