URACCAN graduates the first intercultural nurses into the New Guinea precinct
The new professionals: María Esther Aguinaga Amador, María del Carmen García Flores, Lisbeth Danelia López González and Ana Joseylin Rojas Rivera.

María Aguinaga: "to conclude this career has meant an achievement in the personal and professional sphere".

The Intercultural Community University graduated four new professionals in Intercultural Nursing with mention in Hygiene and Epidemiology, from its campus in New Guinea; these young women are the first graduates in the race and achieve terminal efficiency, after eight months of completion of their class plan.

For the teacher Consuelo Blandón, academic secretary of the campus and who accompanied the defense process, "to have the first graduates in Intercultural Nursing with mention in Hygiene and Epidemiology is to give society professionals with this approach, mainly in this time of pandemic; as a university we are achieving the terminal efficiency where about 60 students entered and concluded 22 and are already working to be able to professionalize and graduate in this important field."

The direct and permanent accompaniment to the intercultural nursing class groups in the New Guinean compound is carried out by the graduate Sandra Pérez, who attended the defense of the monographs presented by the first four graduates of this career in the territory.

Pérez described academic activity as "exciting", as he states that "our first students have come to fulfill their dream, look at the first fruits of our teaching, keep college aloft, this motivates me to continue to do my best to teach with quality and warmth, but above all, intercultural nurses with a lot of humanism and desire to help others; I am extremely proud of my first licensees."

In this sense, María Esther Aguinaga Amador, who defended her monograph and became one of the first graduates in Intercultural Nursing with a mention in Hygiene and Epidemiology, says that "concluding this career has meant an achievement in the personal as well as professional sphere and being one of the first to achieve my degree means a pride , for I look at the fruit of the effort I have put into him at the conclusion of my monograph."

Relevant research from graduate engagement

Aguinaga Amador, who also excelled as one of the best students in her group, argues that she studied Nursing because "it is a career that has to do with day-to-day learning, and at the same time because it is a career that has to do with vocation and humanism; deciding to study Nursing was one of the choices I've made better in my life, because I feel very confident and through it allows me to help a lot of people."

María Esther Aguinaga Amador and María del Carmen García Flores, defended their monographic work entitled "Associated risk factors in patients admitted at high obstetric risk of Jacinto Hernández Primary Hospital, New Guinea, from January to December 2019".

It consisted of studying gestational hypertension syndrome and what are the determining factors that patients had with regard to it; It should be noted that gestational syndrome is a set of pathologies that tend to raise blood pressure in pregnant women and sometimes in the postpartum period.

For their part, the young Lisbeth Danelia López González and Ana Joseylin Rojas Rivera defended the theme "Complications of urinary tract infections in pregnant women admitted to jacinto Hernández Hospital in New Guinea, January-December 2018".

Both topics contribute significantly to pregnant patient health management research at this care center and are accompanied by center officials.

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Judith Robleto