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- Clínica Universitaria hosts first update forum for health professionals and students
Jose Luis Cutolenco Soto
Photo: Luis Fernando Fernandez
September 1, 2023, Xalapa, version – Students can be Engines of change so that as a society we don’t make the mistakes we experience today in focusing on health issues.
This was expressed by professionals and students in the health sciences at an academic event organized by the University Clinic for Reproductive and Sexual Health (CUSRS), which brought together renowned presentations from the research center, Puebla, Monterrey and Brazil By.
He said that cases of arboviruses (viruses transmitted by arthropods) being registered showed a causal chain that seemed to go unobserved and led to errors being repeated, so he felt it was necessary to highlight the issue of producing change, which is what students where it can make a big difference.
He emphasized that health issues cannot be viewed from a single perspective, it involves all disciplines, and requires cohesion and collaboration, so as to strengthen the training of corresponding human resources.
CUSRS Director Alejandro Escobar Mesa said that one of the entity’s responsibilities is to update and train students in different stages of training.
To this end, 10 sessions (7 face-to-face and 3 virtual) were presented by qualified voices in their respective fields of study in a forum held in the video conference room of the Department of Library and Information Services (USBI).
Topics covered include: The importance of emerging and re-emerging diseases: where are we going? Measles: Are we on the right path to eliminating measles? Cholera O 139; New Vaccines to Prevent Emerging and Recurring Diseases; Genome Analysis and Its Implications for Infectious Disease Research and Diagnostics; COVID-19 Vaccination. what’s next ; Violence and the pandemic COVID-19. Accounts of Health Personnel in Mexico and Brazil; Pediatric Unexplained Hepatitis; HIV: Current Status; Malaria in Latin America and WHO Recommendations.
Within the framework of the campaign, it was announced that emerging and re-emerging diseases reflect the constant struggle of microorganisms to survive, finding gaps in the barriers that protect humans from infection.
It has also been reported that over the past 25 years, more than 30 new microorganisms have emerged, some of which cause highly fatal diseases, while other common diseases have reemerged and spread rapidly after they were no longer considered public health problems.
The inauguration was attended by: Serafín Flores de la Cruz, General Manager of Vinculación; Regional Coordinator of CUSRS, and administrators from the Faculties of Medicine, Nursing and Bioanalysis.
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