Specialists in Cordoba pointed out the importance of these spaces.
The National University of the Northeast highlights that health professionals from other provinces join for clinical simulation training at this home of studies. From Córdoba, they visit the Faculty of Medicine of UNNE, to bring their knowledge to the country.
The statement came within the framework of the Simulation-Based Education Graduate Course, which teaches a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology and physiology at the Northeastern National University College of Medicine.
In this context, Dr. Marcela La Villa, from Córdoba, who attended a face-to-face class from the aforementioned course, expressed the impact that the Faculty had on her after learning about the Clinical Simulation Office.
The doctor is a specialist in orthopedics and traumatology and director of a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology and physiotherapy at Universidad Siglo 21 in the city of Córdoba, where, as I commented, a “new” simulation office opened in April this year and what they are looking for is to have a good training of human resources on the best use of this tool.
In this regard, he noted that in medicine at UNNE, “they have a very developed field with years of experience and the positive aspects of these visits are knowing the space, the equipment, taking these lessons from trained professionals, sharing common points. , taking the ideas of this wonderful cabinet and being We are able to replicate it at our university. There are very few places in the country where this training in clinical simulations is provided in kinesiology,” said the professional.
In addition, he emphasized that simulation is a tool used for educational purposes, but what is important is its correct use. “Since the important thing is not just to own the technology, but to know how to apply it correctly, and for this reason, a group of health professionals are trained in this specialty from the Northeast National University College of Medicine,” he said.
Knowing how to use it would be, for example, having the student put himself in a clinical setting (the closest thing to reality), where he can not only resolve what is happening to the patient but also acquire other skills, such as critical thinking about the situation and being clear about always keeping safety in mind. the patient.