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Educación Médica

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ESPINOLA, Blanca H. de; BLUVSTEIN, Samuel; MELIS, Ingrid G.  y  GONZALEZ, Marcelo A.. Graduates' perceptions about the acquired clinical competences in undergraduate study of medicine in National University of the Northeast, UNNE, Argentina. Educ. méd. [online]. 2005, vol.8, n.1, pp.31-37. ISSN 1575-1813.

The investigation intends to evaluate the quality and pertinence relevancy of the medical education, in the Career of Medicine of the National University of the Northeast (Argentina), according to the perceptions of the graduate ones, about: the received medical education, the acquired clinical competences and the adaptation of the medical formation to the demands of the profession, in the current systems of health.  The real profile of the graduate ones is compared with the ideal profile of the Career of grade Medicine, where they are defined the clinical competences to develop in a general physician. A survey was applied at 439 graduate, of up to ten years of expenditure, of the city of Corrientes (Argentina). The results show that: the graduate ones considered "satisfactory", preferably, traditional aspects of the education, for example, the theoretical teaching and the used methods. Consequently, they were considered they are better qualified in traditional medical competences, as the diagnostic ones (that continue being central in the current medical education) and the initial physical explorations and anamnesis. Of the data it is possible to infer that, in the modernization processes and curricular change, it is fundamental the coherence among the proposed professional profile - ideal - and the curricular model implemented in the career, to achieve such purposes. Also, it is evidenced in the graduate, examined, the preponderant rol of the teacher one, in the transmission of knowledge and skills and, mainly, in the formation of values and attitudes about the medical model that transmits.

Palabras clave : Medical Competences; clinical Skills; perceptions' Graduates.

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