Integración de la medicina preventiva y social en las distintas escuelas de una universidad
Modern medicine has various characteristics, especially the integration of its various social functions, and is based on the work of a team composed of physicians and other professional health workers. All professional health workers should have a satisfactory academic training, not only to enable them to apply their specific techniques but also to understand their countries' health problems as a whole. A basic curriculum which might be used in the various departments of preventive medicine might cover: a) epidemiology and control of acute infectious and chronic diseases; b) elements of psychology, medical sociology, and health education; c) social and preventive aspects peculiar to each profession; d) organization of community health services and the resources available to them; e) basic principles of administration. The participation of students from various professions in field work under suitable supervision might strengthen this curriculum. To make this type of training a reality the following mechanisms might be used: a) each school should have its own teaching staff; b) a department of preventive medicine or a school of public health should assume responsibility for the teaching of preventive medicine in all schools; and c) a coordinating committee should examine teaching methods in each school and offer suggestions for making them more efficient, for achieving coordination and where
Integration of preventive and social medicine in university schools
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La enseñanza de la medicina preventiva y social en la Escuela de Medicina José Vargas, Universidad Central de Venezuela Gonzalez, Carlos Luis; López Vidal, Emilio; Acosta Sierra, Clemente E; Colmenares, Alfonso; Arias Rojas, Fabio (s.d.)The authors describe the origin, development, and future plans of the Department of Preventive and Social Medicine recently established at the José Vargas School of Medicine of the Central University of Venezuela in Caracas. ...
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Career choice in primary care: pre- and post-comparison of Honduran physicians completing social service Puertas, E. Benjamín; Rodríguez, Yoséf S.; Alvarado, E. Mariela; Villanueva, Yolany; Velasquez, Eyvilin; Erazo, Brian M.; Alfaro, Héctor; Ortiz Dolmo, Cheny (2017-12)[ABSTRACT]. Objective. To describe and compare patterns of specialty choice among physicians in Honduras before and after completing mandatory social service; and to identify and compare salary perceptions and factors ...