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EDUMECENTRO

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DIAZ LOPEZ, Odalis Beatriz; GONZALEZ FALCON, Marisol  y  ENRIQUEZ CLAVERO, José Osvaldo. Historical notes on the presence of women in Villa Clara's Dentistry. Rev EDUMECENTRO [online]. 2014, vol.6, suppl.1, pp.151-165. ISSN 2077-2874.

Background: the presence of women in Dentistry throughout history has not been a fortuitous or irreverent fact. The present study investigates this issue because of the lack of literature referring their contribution to this profession. Objective: to characterize the presence of women in the development of Dentistry in Villa Clara. Methods: a descriptive study was conducted using empirical methods that included a documentary analysis and interviews with history promoters and key informants. The theoretical methods used included analysis-synthesis, hermeneutic-dialectical method and historical-logical method, studying the historical development of the profession and the role of women in the process. Results: the participation of Villa Clara's women who achieved their undergraduate degree in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries stands out for their outstanding work. The humanistic dimension of these women is highlighted in the study, as true paradigms, with the aim of forming values in future professionals. Conclusions: women have been in the course of the history of Dentistry undergraduate studies, in teaching, assistance, research and managerial activities. Villa Clara has professionals who, for their scientific contributions, have help toward its development, and for their ethical and moral dimension have contributed to the formation of values in the new generations.

Palabras clave : dentists, women [history].

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