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Skills and Abilities Laboratory
Argentina

The quest to improve the quality of the teaching and learning of medicine includes the launch of the Skills and Abilities Lab, equipped with the latest technological tools. This hospital has simulation technology from Create-a-Lab, a tool to develop training laboratory projects ranging from training mannequins and accessories to furniture hospital supplies. In this way the student has the opportunity to acquire the skills necessary for the care of patients or to deepen the cases studied in the Care Centres. During 2009, began with training of teachers, laying the foundations of educational innovation that will enable a new curriculum and creating a learning environment appropriate to the paradigm shifts that are observed in Medical Education. http://www.med.unlp.edu.ar/hospital_integrado.php?idl=341&idlp=341&idbot=10&itemi=Laboratorio%20de%20Habilidades%20y%20Destrezas

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Uploaded: 14/05/2012
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Tags: medical; medicin; school; university; la plata; argentina; laboratory; skills; abilities; simulation; tecnology; medicina; facultad; unlp; simuladores; laboratorio; hui
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