|Title:||Thoughs on competitive examination for university professors||Other Titles:||Reflexiones sobre los tribunales de las oposiciones universitarias||Authors:||Mata, Guillermo Vazquez
Rodríguez De Castro, Felipe Carlos B.
Sala, Rodolfo Alcaraz
Novoa Mogollón, Francisco
Ferrer, Mercedes Gurgui
Rodriguez, Miguel Santos
Rodriguez, Juan José Vazquez
|UNESCO Clasification:||32 Ciencias médicas||Keywords:||Competences
|Issue Date:||2006||Journal:||Educacion Medica||Abstract:||Medicine is undergoing clinical, therapeutic and technological changes, and this is coinciding with demographic, cultural and epidemiological variations. These factors, and the speed with which innovations occur in all fields, requires a rethink of doctors' training, not only during their initial university studies but also throughout their professional life. Those responsible for appointing medical school lecturers must take into account all these aspects in order to ensure that the teaching staff of the future will transmit these values to students. In turn, candidates must be aware of the key aspects around which they should develop their curriculum.||URI:||http://hdl.handle.net/10553/76628||ISSN:||1575-1813||Source:||Educacion Medica [ISSN 1575-1813], v. 9 (3), p. 111-115, (Septiembre 2006)|
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