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Educación Médica Superior

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MEJIAS SANCHEZ, Yoerquis; DUANY MACHADO, Orgel José  y  TOLEDO FERNANDEZ, Ana Margarita. Cuba and the mutually binding cooperation in physician training from other countries. Educ Med Super [online]. 2010, vol.24, n.1, pp.76-84. ISSN 0864-2141.

For the advance of University as Institution and the appropriate development and wellbeing of our underdeveloped countries cooperation is present. A bibliographic review was made to characterize the Cuban collaboration in the physician training at international level, to show the rise, development and achievements in this type of training, from the mutually binding at world scale, as well as to show our experience in the Cuban Medicine School in Eritrea and its relation to the social paradigm and to University mission. The Cuban internationalism tradition regards health was started in Argelia in 1963. In 1975 the first Cuban Medicine School was inaugurated in Yemen. The human resources training in the health field is spreaded by different world regions. A significant contribution to these aims was the creation in 1999 of the Medicine Latin American School. Another significant example is the Medicine Faculty in Eritrea State founded in 2003 with the eleven place of all the faculties created through the Cuban medical collaboration. The Cuban Medical Education has in its training and development a significant component of mutually binding international cooperation with a high sense of appropriateness and quality, based on ethical and human values and its role in the training of health professionals at world scale is always present. This cooperation has been extended to Latin America, Africa, Asia and Oceania. In Eritrea, the training of its health professionals is in correspondence with the social paradigm and the mission linking the assistance, teaching and research.

Palabras clave : International cooperation; medical education; Eritrea.

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