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Humanidades Médicas

versión On-line ISSN 1727-8120

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DIAZ CAMPOS, Norbis; MACIAS LLANES, María Elena  y  FALCON FARINAS, Irma Niurka. Evaluation of the social relevance of the Master 's of Science in Medical Humanities. Rev Hum Med [online]. 2016, vol.16, n.3, pp.430-458. ISSN 1727-8120.

A requisite for demonstrating the validity of a postgraduate program is the assessment of its social relevance. This work aims to describe evaluative results related to the social relevance of the Masters of Science in Medical Humanities degree. The evaluation process was carried out in the Health Humanities and Social Sciences Development Centre of Camaguey. Social relevance and related indicators were defined and considered for this specific master's degree level evaluation. The methodology and its application in the evaluation process are presented. Data triangulation between surveys collected and interviews granted from faculty, current students of the Medical Humanities program, and graduates of the department was utilized. Additionally, data from self-evaluation reports and from the external evaluation technical commission for accreditation in March 2016 were considered in the data triangulation.

Palabras clave : system of master´s degree curricula evaluation and accreditation; social relevance; Health Humanities and Social Sciences; social approach to health problems; Health Humanities and Social Sciences Development Centre.

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