Fifteen new medical professionals have passed the OSCE::Canal Verte



This system features written representatives and actresses for both stations and offices.

Last Saturday, fifteen new doctors approved a new mandatory final practice assessment (PFO) in the facilities of the municipal hospital “Dr. Hector Cora, affiliated with the medical profession at the Faculty of Health Sciences of the National University of Buenos Aires Provincial Center.

Students were assessed by health professionals using the OSCE (Objective Structured Clinical Examination) system. In this type of examination, theoretical concepts, clinical skills and abilities, and attitudes toward the clinical condition or problem are evaluated in an integrated manner.

The OSCE has written representatives for each station and office and is designed to carry out the clinical examination assessment in an objective and structured way, focusing on a very important axis, which is the fact of assessing the professional competencies of future doctors.

The new professionals are Florencia Ararras Borgenes, Lorena Belén Caminos, Bruno Dres, Agustín Farias, Victoria Gómez Roldan, Analuz Goynich, Neria Pirena Hyland, María Paz Lovol Piano, Ari Paz Lustão, Rocío Dolores Martinez, Oriana McCobre and Carlos Arturo Muñoz Mendoza. Agustina Proisi, Camilo Gonzalo Roldan and Maria Lourdes Sanchez Case.

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