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Revista Médica Electrónica

versión On-line ISSN 1684-1824

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MIRANDA FOLCH, José Jesús. Medical and Clinical Sciencies during the Doctor´s formation. Rev.Med.Electrón. [online]. 2017, vol.39, n.6, pp.1348-1357. ISSN 1684-1824.

Scientific, technical and artistic elements are very important during medical studies because through them, the student is building his/her own knowledge. From the didactical point of view, this is a science composed by two areas of the knowledge system: Preclinical and Clinical sciences, meaning no more than different moments, but both interrelated, in approaching the health-disease process. After attending the first five years of the pre-grade in Cuba, the student becomes a pre-professional agent at the beginning of the year-long internship in the Primary and Secondary health care as teaching-health care surrounding, always under the supervision of a tutor. Therefore, it is the sixth year or internship when the student consolidates knowledge, skills and values with qualitatively higher models, to achieve the graduate´s  behavioral patterns through the pre-professional practice performed in this stage before the graduation exam. Thus, the social duty of the xxi-century University states the necessity of graduating a professional more and more engaged with public health, and it is very important to take into account an adequate, precocious and fruitful professional motivation to render an optimal medical service.

Palabras clave : medical science; clinical science; medical education.

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