Las Tunas: In view of the process of improving higher education, the University of Medical Sciences of Las Tunas plans to provide comprehensive training in technical and short-term professions, and in undergraduate and postgraduate specializations.
Dr. Maria Elena Moawad Santos, President of this institution, confirmed that the group is included in the practical spaces of the 14 clinics, the 556 offices of family doctors and nurses, dental clinics, rehabilitation rooms and other health sector institutions.
He also said that the process of teaching and specialization extends to secondary healthcare settings, including the Raymundo Castro and Martíres de las Tunas Children’s Teaching Hospitals, the Chaldumeira Acosta Psychiatric Hospital, and the Guillermo Domínguez López and Ernesto Guevara de la Serna General Hospitals.
On this occasion, the Medical University is characterized by theoretical linkage in accredited institutions and undertakes more than fifty programs in various health sciences specializations, in addition to ensuring linguistic preparation in English, Portuguese and French.
The university president said that the institution is distinguished by enrolling 200 students in the vertical training program, through which university training is brought closer to higher education in specialties such as pediatrics, neonatology, internal medicine, and pediatric intensive care.
This center, which was established in 1982 and includes more than five thousand students, including 35 students from eight countries, is seeking institutional accreditation, and will undergo an evaluation process next December, in accordance with the quality standards of the Ministry of Higher Education. education.
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