In order to achieve the best approach to the methodological reality in the specialization in Pathology, the bidirectional relationship between professor and student and between theory and practice are critical, as in other learning contexts. This paper aims to delve into the applicability of the different organizational teaching forms in the training process of this specialization, including: planning, organization and implementation of teaching and methodological work. Thus, doubts about the existence and management of such important and essential aspects to consider for a proper performance of teachers training future pathologists are resolved. It is concluded that the implementation of the teaching and methodological work for the different organizational teaching forms in the training process of general pathologists promotes self- learning, humanitarian training and cognitive independence, with a dynamic and comprehensive management of knowledge and practical experiences
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