The provincial government finalizes details for the training of young people from the interior to enter Medicine

The provincial government finalizes details for the training of young people from the interior to enter Medicine
The provincial government finalizes details for the training of young people from the interior to enter Medicine

The Minister of Economy and Public Services, Roberto Dib Ashurreceived this Tuesday the Minister of Education, Culture, Science and Technology, Christina Fiore; the coordinator of the UNSa Medicine degree, Salta delegation, Enrique Heredia and the provincial deputies, for Cafayate, Patricio Penalba and for Oran Patricia Hucena.

The objective of the meeting was to finalize details to sign an agreement between the organizations, in order to enable the training and preparation of young people from the interior for entering the career of Medicine, with the aim of training doctors who can practice in their own localities.

After the meeting, Deputy Peñalba highlighted: “Today we are working in accordance with the Scholarship Law for internal medicine students, specifically in a complement to this law, which is to sign an agreement between different sectors of the Government and Unsa to be able to carry out training for the kids from the interior. What we want is not only to encourage children to study medicine but also for those who wish to do so to have complementary preparation during the last year of high school so that when they take their initial degree they are in a position to face it, to advance and to be able to definitively enter the race.”

And he added that additional work will be done on the 2025 budget to include the amount of the initiative.

The coordinator of the Medical Career, Enrique Heredia, stressed the importance of supporting the training of students from the Government, “because many times they do not have the resources to do so”; He reported that human training resources will come from the Government, along with academic support from the university.

Finally, Representative Hucena maintained that remedial training is what young people need so much today and it will be a transcendental step to achieve this remedial level to enable more students in the career.

And he added that the demand for students to enter Medicine is high in Oran, “a very large department that needs these possibilities of equal opportunities.”

The coordinator of the Medical Career, Enrique Heredia, stressed the importance of supporting the training of students from the Government, “because many times they do not have the resources to do so”; He reported that human training resources will come from the Government, along with academic support from the university.

Finally, Representative Hucena maintained that remedial training is what young people need so much today and it will be a transcendental step to achieve this remedial level to enable more students in the career.

And he added that the demand for students to enter Medicine is high in Oran, “a very large department that needs these possibilities of equal opportunities.”

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