Last Friday, the province had the first batch of students who graduated from medicine careers from the Faculty of Medical Sciences of the National University of Santiago del Estero (UNSE). The five students were: Daniel Esteban Sequeira, Nahuel Nicolas vila, Cynthia Karina Toledo, Tamara Daniela Bruno Gómez and Damian Alejandro Gómez.
They reached the final stage and highlighted the importance of being educated in their own province, learned about spatial distortion, without rooting out, and expressed their commitment to return what free education gave them.
The final exam consisted of two examples: a written and, later, objective and structured clinical assessment (OSCE), for the first group of students who studied and passed the entire academic trajectory during the 6 years of study .
In an exclusive conversation with Multimedia Nuevo Diario – LV11, one of the five new graduates, Nahuel Nicolás vila, said: “It’s been a very complicated phase. After all my first feeling is happiness, excitement, pride. It seemed like That day was not going to come, but it was finally over.
Nahuel is from Frias. His parents still live there and he has three sisters, he is the eldest. The one who is pursuing is also studying Medicine (she is in her fifth year) and plans to continue specializing in Traumatology; The second sister is studying nursing and the youngest sister is in primary school.
“I think the theme of the health branch exists because I’ve been the kind of example to emulate being the big brother. But as long as they choose what they love, we’re going to support and support them.” are,” he said.
Regarding his choice of career, Nahuel indicated: “In my last year of high school I had already decided to pursue the branch of health, to collaborate with and help the community, even to save lives . But, as soon as I completed my studies, my career started. Otherwise I wouldn’t have been able to race in another province. Had there been any other way, my family would not have been able to help me financially.
On the other hand, when asked how he will continue with his career, his training and his goals, he explained that for the time being he will take up his residence in CIS La Banda and look for another place in the interior of the province. Since to specialize (he chose general surgery), which is 4 years, he must have completed residency.
“And then I want to do a doctorate, do research,” he said.
Six students from the capital city will graduate within seven weeks
At another point in an interview with Nahuel Avila, one of the first five graduates of a medical career, he assured that another group of graduates was coming.
They will have their final exams to be able to graduate within 7 weeks and their names are: Pablo Fuentes, Julieta del Castillo, Florencia Duran, Carolina Ciencia, Belén Aguirre and Ana Carranza (all of them from the capital city). From now on, the waste will be disposed of every two months.