Las Tunas.-The University of Medical Sciences in Las Tunas, (UCM) accepted until December 14 the members of the evaluation committee of the National Accreditation Board, of the Ministry of Higher Education, as part of the evaluation of specialties. of Imaging and General Surgery.
After the official welcome of the evaluators, Dr. María Elena Mawad Santos, rector of the institution, gave an overview of the internal dynamics of the center immersed in the celebrations for the 41st anniversary of the beginning of the training of professionals in Medical Medicine. Las Tunas, Zoilo Marinello Faculty of Medical Sciences.
This means that in this educational environment, where more than 22 thousand young people have graduated, including 1,056 from other countries, now more than five thousand students study integrated into of Student Federations in Secondary and University Education.
He also brought those present closer to teaching scenarios that include provincial hospitals, the 14 polyclinics and highlighted 556 Family Doctor and Nurse offices, where postgraduate training in the territory is concentrated, while 73 is accredited for undergraduate training.
For his part, the president of the Technical Evaluation Committee for the two specialties, Doctor of Sciences Idalberto Senú González, recognized the professionals who are immersed in the process that has its result in the impact of nursing work by having doctors with high skills in services. .doctors.
He emphasized that during these four days they will investigate, evaluate and take evidence to prove a process worthy of this prestigious University, promoted by the development and growth driven by the management of the institution in constant search for excellence in its processes.
“The most important thing for this commission is to show the transition towards continuous improvement and how the programs reviewed in General Surgery and Imaging manage their academic side in search of excellence in their work and which can be seen as a challenge for both programs,” also emphasized the Full Professor and Director of Organization, Strategic Planning, Evaluation and Quality of the Universidad de Oriente.
In this regard, Dr. Henry López Jiménez, deputy director general of Public Health in Las Tunas, commented that the accreditation of specialists represents the commitment of their groups to the training of future professionals and the health of people.
He emphasized that “this period shows the subjectivity, endurance and persistence of teachers in a complex context of quality management from care, research and university extension, and that it constitutes a responsibility to achieve- ot sustainable development as stated in the Educational Agenda and the Sustainable Development for 2030.
“This evaluation is also an example to increase the indicators of health and satisfaction in the process, which is what people need,” concluded López Jiménez.
The University of Medical Sciences of Las Tunas began these processes of evaluation of specialists in 2017, which in 2018 resulted in the accreditation of the Stomatology career with certified status. evaluated as certified.