First chocuana of a master’s degree at Harvard
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Bachelor’s Degree in Health Sciences such as: Medical Surgeon Midwife, Medical Surgeon Dentist, Chemist, Biologist, Pharmacist, Food, Bachelor’s Degree in Nutrition, Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing and Obstetrics; or in Social and Administrative Sciences such as: Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, in Administration, Economics, Social Work, Law, Psychology, Anthropology and others at the end of the Health and Social SciencesProfile of graduation.
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Crespo is nationally known for his work in undergraduate and graduate education, his commitment to diversity and inclusion in the health disciplines, and his research on minority health issues.
Crespo was among the top principal investigators funded by the National Institute of Health in 2021 with research focused on the epidemiology of physical activity in chronic disease prevention.
Part of his research has focused on health disparities and inequities, and he has worked throughout his career to improve opportunities for underrepresented students. How does he intend to build on those experiences as dean?
So that’s an immediate challenge – how do we retain students? How do we graduate them? How do we build the pipeline? It will require developing collaborations with community colleges and high schools and building partnerships based on trust. That’s at the undergraduate level. At the graduate level, we might want to think about new programs. Are we happy with what we have or are there opportunities to grow?
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Since our inception as a School of Medicine, our goal has been to train health professionals committed to the care and maintenance of health in both community and hospital environments. Reinforcing institutional values and promoting leadership, research and health promotion.
Providing our future professionals with the knowledge, skills and abilities, as well as the necessary attitudes, that will allow them to be competent and competitive in any environment or situation they may find themselves in, both locally and globally.
Internationalization is one of our strengths. The international agreements and conventions of our School allow our future physicians the opportunity to learn about medicine in different areas of the world and the possibility of comparing our health system and undergraduate professional training with that of other countries.
As associate dean, I am proud of the rich tradition of providing practical, experience-based education that the school has maintained since its founding, the program prepares students to become leaders with the moral depth, compassion and intellectual intensity necessary to meet the challenges of a critical societal transition.
Panel 4: Training in Public Health at the undergraduate level
Nurses are those professionals dedicated to the care and attention of the sick and injured, who follow clinical guidelines to adequately care for the patient’s well-being, in addition to performing other health tasks.
Your work as a nurse will be developed in coordination with doctors and other health personnel and will be aimed at restoring the patient’s health, slowing their physical deterioration or simply caring for them when medicine is insufficient.
Scholarships can help, although taking into account that in addition to the cost of tuition, in many cases the cost of a college or apartment, plus transportation, food and extras, it is true that they do not cover much when it comes to a private university.
However, those who do not find the economic factor a hindrance, will find that studying nursing at a private university can have numerous advantages among which are not only the requirement of flexibility in its admission process to which we have already alluded, but others such as the prestige that will end up having weight on your resume, the lower ratio of students per class, the more specific curricula, the personal treatment and greater resources and job opportunities.