The delivery of various awards and honors reinforces the commitment of a large group of professionals to the island’s so-called White Coat Army, which is internationally recognized and, according to the country’s President, Miguel Diaz-Canel, has a mission to contribute everything to Is. The creation of that new world on a global scale is so essential.
For Zaire Espinosa, a more comprehensive graduate, “the work in the communities and the high scientific rigor allowed me to obtain the best results and experience”, in a path that is just beginning and in which young nurses will face new challenges inside and outside the country.
With this point of view, commented 24-year-old Juan Luis León to Prensa Latina, who assured that “before entering I was very excited, knowing that I was going for a degree in public health, but once inside I realized on the go that it was an effort, feel for others.”
The graduate assures that the Covid-19 pandemic was a school and that supporting work at the Eduardo Agramonte Pina Pediatric Hospital allowed her to “know that I have to protect myself, feel for others, it’s our biggest responsibility.” responsibility.”
Cuba, in complex economic and social circumstances, once again trusts in its health system despite its many shortcomings, “however we aim to continue that legacy of the revolution, in the work of care and in our own improvement ,” concluded the young nurse.
Social commitment and conscious participation are the keys to doctors and other professionals in the public health system, who graduate from various university centers in Cuba, including the Carlos J. Finlay House of Higher Studies, which was founded by Cuban. Fidel Castro, leader of the Cuban Revolution.
The Patrimonial Avellaneda Theater served as the setting for the graduation of nursing graduates, who attended the University of Medical Sciences, Carlos J. According to Tamara Chaos, Rector of the Finlay Order, “It is the beautiful mission of realizing that dream of a better world.”
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