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Vega MAJ, Zaldívar LLG, Vega MG, Romero MJL, Vega PMO, Avila MJ.
The scientific surgeon and the teaching of surgery in Mexico. II Part: Teaching of surgery at the graduate level and continuous medical education of the surgeon
Cir Gen 2004; 26 (4)

Language: Español
References: 20
Page: 330-336
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ABSTRACT

Objective: To describe the current state of teaching surgery at the graduate level and of continuous medical education in surgery. Collection of data: Review of the corresponding literature published in Mexico (20 references). Selection of data: Critical analysis of the reviewed articles mentioning the current state of teaching of surgery at the graduate level and of continuous medical education in surgery. Setting: School of Medicine, Autonomous University of Querétaro. Results: The teaching of surgery as a specialty that is learned by the system of “See, Help, Make” has marked differences in Mexico that depend on the profile of the resident physician, the tenure professor, the tutors, the institution, the hospital, feasibility of the program and the abilities model. In 1995, in an attempt to uniform all the specialty programs, a Single Program of Medical Specialties was designed, which included Work of Medical Care, Seminar of Medical Care, Seminar of Research and Teaching. This program is the same for all specialties, the difference lies in the contents of each of them. A specific program must be elaborated for each specialty, with basic attainable contents, selecting the sites according to the available human resources and materials, and, very importantly, determining the tenure professors and tutors, who must have a high commitment to share their experience, because the best teaching is provided through the example, so that students acquire the highest values and attitudes for their future professional performance. Continuous medical education is a constant activity of the professional in surgery and its acquisition requires an individual commitment from each surgeon. Conclusion: The College of General Surgery Graduates has the opportunity of participating in the elaboration of the study plans and programs of the specialty through the CIFRHS and to boost the project of an Official Mexican Standard for Continuous Medical Education to reach uniform criteria.


Key words: Specialty in general surgery, general surgeon, education of the surgery.


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