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>Revistas >Cirugía y Cirujanos >Año 2011, No. 1


Patiño-Restrepo JF
El papel de la educación quirúrgica en pregrado
Cir Cir 2011; 79 (1)

Idioma: Español
Referencias bibliográficas: 23
Paginas: 77-82
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RESUMEN

La educación en cirugía en el pregrado es clave, ya que mediante ella el estudiante adquiere las competencias y actitudes que le permitirán la toma de decisiones complejas en procedimientos quirúrgicos. Las facultades de medicina se esfuerzan por diseñar currículos innovadores y rigurosos que provean las competencias y habilidades para el ejercicio profesional de la medicina en un cambiante panorama de los sistemas de salud, con avances científicos y tecnológicos que imperan en el mundo. La excelencia intelectual y clínica, la disciplina, la ética y el sentido humanitario que viva un estudiante en su plan de pregrado, puede hacer de él un profesional de la salud eficiente.


Palabras clave: Educación quirúrgica, educación de pregrado, cirugía, procedimientos quirúrgicos.


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