The objectives of this Cycle Studies (CS) will meet the goals set in the educational, scientific and cultural projects of UP and ESEP at several levels. In line with these projects, the CS seeks to promote a sound scientific and pedagogical training in Academic Education and Clinic, as well as develop and refine a number of general, professional and specific skills previously described. In addition, it articulates the training of future graduates to high quality scientific and educational functions, with research promotion in these areas. This training will also contribute to greater qualification of human resources for transfer to the national and international community of knowledge in this area. The EC also promotes cooperation between various institutions and multidisciplinary, critical axes of educational, scientific and cultural projects of both institutions.
a) Holders of a degree / master or equivalent in the areas of Life and Health Sciences (including Psychology);
Contribute to the development of professionalism and the professionalism of health care professionals who wish to acquire and develop pedagogical and soft skills in the area of Clinical Education.
Raise awareness among medical educators and teachers from life and health sciences areas to the importance and necessity of acquisition and development of knowledge, attitudes and skills complementary to their scientific training, in order to promote the quality of training of their students;
Generate spaces of reflection that:
-encourage discussion of educational issues that arise during the teaching activity;
-promote the sharing of experiences and good practices;
-contribute to the acquisition and development of pedagogical and soft skills in the area of ACE.
Train teachers to develop research in the area of ACE;
Promote the scientific production in the area of ACE;
Promote lifelong learning professional / Higher Education teachers in the area of ACE.
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