Students of Intercultural Medicine initiate medical rotations in health units in Bilwi
Students of Intercultural Medicine of URACCAN Bilwi campus begin their rotating practices
Students of Intercultural Medicine of URACCAN Bilwi campus begin their rotating practices

Endogenous and exogenous education processes

From the coordination of the area Health Sciences was accompanied to the student of Intercultural Medicine, at the Regional Hospital Nuevo Amanecer and Polyclinic Ernesto Hodgson, where they will begin their medical rotations.

According to Dr. Ivania López, coordinator of the area, the visit was made to review each of the areas where students will perform clinical practices, in addition to the presentation of teachers, and the various schedules they will now have that will be in the hospital and polyclinic wards.

"The Polyclinic does internships in the primary care area and there we were with the teachers," Dr. Lopez explained, adding that they met with some teachers to report on the location of students in the different offices.

It is important to mention that these coordinations are made directly with the authorities of the Ministry of Health (Minsa), who have always been in a position to support URACCAN's Intercultural Medicine students, "they have already been distributed, doing their programs, serving pregnant women, children, and in the hospital located in their rotation and in their clinical practices in the surgery rooms , pediatrics and internal medicine," López said.

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