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Faculty of Medicine - La Plata - Argentina
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The Faculty of Medical Sciences, National University of La Plata's mission is the academic, humanistic, scientific and technical professionals in the health sciences, assuming permanent responsibility in promoting high quality standards in Medical Education. Focussing on this lens performs on a constant and growing activities of teaching undergraduate, graduate and continuing education, and research and extension activities. The University and therefore the Faculty of Medical Sciences are no longer transmitted primarily institutions of knowledge, skills and abilities to integrate into society as basic entities to improve the productive and social systems, which constitute the pillars of national development and welfare of its inhabitants. Following this direction in this institution the primary purpose is to train a general practitioner trained in knowledge, skills and attitudes needed to develop fully, the exercise of the profession, with a high sense of social responsibility. Today to reach the proposed objectives requires that the doctor's training is dynamic, forward-looking concept, given that science has a rapid growth and its applications should adapt continuously. Our greatest wish is that the website of the Faculty is the proper work environment for the fruitful contributions of each from your area can provide. We hope that with the task of distinguished professors, researchers and teachers together with students Youth momentum and commitment of the governing body will contribute to full utilization of the page in your immediate goal is communication, dissemination of knowledge academic scientists and projecting beyond the classroom.

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