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Humanidades Médicas

versión On-line ISSN 1727-8120

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PEREZ DE VALDIVIA, Laura María; RIVERA MARTIN, Ener Raúl  y  GUEVARA FERNANDEZ, Geycell Emma. Scientific writing: a professional upgrading need for health sciences professors. Rev Hum Med [online]. 2016, vol.16, n.3, pp.504-518. ISSN 1727-8120.

The present work is a descriptive study grounded in a synchronic approach that identifies the deficiencies of university professors when writing scientific texts. This study aims to propose several measures to improve the use of language and the art of writing of teachers of the " Dr. Faustino Pérez Hernández" University of Medical Sciences in Sancti Spíritus, Cuba who are participating in the eighth edition of the Master's Degree in Educational Sciences program at the "José Martí Pérez" University, also located in Sancti Spiritus. Several methods (analytic-synthetic, inductive-deductive, case study) and techniques of data collection (content analysis, recording of experiences) were applied to a random sample of informants and their scientific articles. This allowed for the detection of several problems in scientific writing and the need to implement basic organizational forms of postgraduate education for immediate and effective application.

Palabras clave : scientific writing; advancement opportunities; university professors.

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