Tuesday, March 21, 2023

“We are able to meet and work with professionals different from us as lawyers and learn about medicine from another perspective”

to interview Begona Bueno Garcia, Intensive Care Physician with over 15 years of experience and who also has a Master’s degree in Infectious Diseases. He participated in the sixth edition of the Master’s degree in Medical Specialization and Physical Injury Assessment, which was the best record in that edition.

ask. How did you find out about the master’s degree? What was your initial goal in signing up?

answer. I came to know about the master’s degree through a publication on the internet and then the teaching coordinator called me and explained and clarified all my queries. The information I found later was faithful to him. The initial purpose of the Masters was to provide additional training with the intention of financially supplementing my support activity so that I could stop doing guard duty in the future.

Question. In what aspects do you think you have benefited from a master’s degree?

A. In many aspects, namely: it has allowed me to work as a specialist, with a wide range that I can manage myself based on my free time that my caring activity leaves me. As soon as I was done, he called me to offer to report and assess the bodily injury. It has trained me in aspects of my daily hospital activity that I have not been trained elsewhere, which may have legal implications and are essential to our practice: the correct elaboration of an informed consent, knowing how to properly record history. How to write, be able to defend ourselves against patient complaints and many aspects for which we are prepared neither in degree nor during residency. This has allowed me to meet colleagues from other specialties and share expertise-related experiences during and after the Master’s degree. Similarly, we as lawyers have been able to meet and work with professionals different from us and learn about medicine from another perspective.

Q. How can you assess the classes taught? And what about teachers?

R. Going to class every Friday is a big effort, but I recommend it to everyone. The classes are very interesting and serve to ask questions and clarify concepts, sometimes far from our medical terminology. In addition, it allows you to meet teachers and classmates. In any case, you have streaming options and all the online content, which is very useful even if you can’t go to class at some point. The study material they give you is divided into weeks so that you can organize it. And the practices of the second part of the master make you feel as if you were in a courtroom where you are prepared to face the difficulties that the opposing side and the judge may present. From experience, I say that I have been able to put into practice what I was taught in the master’s degree. They also give you a class on how to announce your activity when you exercise, which will be very helpful. In short, they cover all the essential aspects of your training in the subject.

The teachers are very professional, close and accessible. You have an assigned tutor who is fully available to help you with everything you need, the same goes for a master’s thesis. In the end, more than the teacher, they become allies. Professors put all their experience in protecting health professionals at your disposal and who better than them to train you. In addition, you have the support of the University of Alcalá.

Q Do you think that the master’s degree is properly adapted to the real needs of everyday life?

A completely. Today, all healthcare professionals are exposed to a possible claim by a patient/client and we must know how to deal with it and above all, how to prevent it from happening. Every day we give informed consent, we access medical records, we write reports and many times we don’t do it the right way as we should. This is what has taught me to improvise the Guru in my daily practice.

Q. Any possible improvements? do you recommend it? Why?

As far as improving my personal experience, I don’t remember anything. I would definitely recommend it, as I believe it not only allows you to work with those possibilities in an aspect other than care, but also to improve many aspects of my hospital practice essential, which provides added value. my CV. The University of Alcalá and the Uniteco Foundation promote the Master’s degree in Medical Specialization and Physical Harm Assessment, which promotes its 8th edition this year. If this is of interest to you, don’t hesitate to follow this link.

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