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Humanidades Médicas

versión On-line ISSN 1727-8120

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GARCIA GONZALEZ, Mercedes Caridad; PEREZ AGRAMONTE, Marllelys; VIGO DE PINA, Yissell  y  ROSABALES QUILES, Irma. Curriculum design evaluation of the syllabus in the Bioanalysis Clinical Degree. Rev Hum Med [online]. 2013, vol.13, n.2, pp.457-479. ISSN 1727-8120.

The curriculum analysis of the syllabus D, D1 and D2 were performedas well as the quantitative analysis of the curricular nets or plan of the teaching process from the organization of the subjects by cycles, distribution of academic and labour components, luxuriance and quantum of flexibility within the curriculum. The objective of the research is to evaluate the curriculum design of the syllabus for the Bioanalysis Clinical Degree. It is concluded that there are lacks in the new plan as the aspects that should be integrated in the macro, meso and micro curriculum of a college degree are not well defined, the curricular strategies are not designed neither the disciplines programs nor the plan of the basic bibliography, which infringes on the planning and organization of the educational teaching process. A conscious assimilation and therefore a correct formation of knowledge and skills that allow to solve successfully the professional problems.

Palabras clave : curricular evaluation; bioanalysis clinical; curriculum.

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