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The Health Sciences Division 
September 2011 
Chetumal, Quintana Roo, Mé xico
Facts: 
•In 2007, the University of Quintana Roo received the 
proposal from the governor to open a medical school. 
•In 2...
Main problems in Medicine: 
•Quintana Roo has a deficit of doctors in health 
services, mainly in rural areas. 
•Although ...
• Residents have the lowest performance at 
admission and at the point of discharge still do 
not improve their abilities....
Main problems in Nursing: 
•In the process of restructuring of the National Health 
Services, Nursing has a strategic impo...
• The existing educational programs do not allow 
for nurses to carry out independent practices 
outside health institutio...
Main Problems in Pharmacy: 
• By signing the NAFTA, health services are 
considered services to be trade. 
• By signing th...
• Because of the lack of pharmacists and modes of 
operation to protect the patient, our hospitals are 
not certified by J...
• The act of unfair funding mechanisms 
pharmaceutical eliminate unreliable delivery 
systems. 
• Comply with the provisio...
• Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committees in 
hospitals, the pharmacy as patient support. 
• Vocational retraining Pharmacist...
Our point of view of Health Sciences 
in México 
• There is an important lack of development in this 
field. 
• A reengine...
• Our rights holders and the population openly 
express their discontent and their demand. 
• Medical lawsuits hinder the ...
The Health Sciences Division
Our Mission: 
To prepare our students as future members of the 
health team, training them with scientific excellence 
wit...
Our Vision: 
To be the academic unit of higher education in the health 
area and also to be the most important in the stat...
Profiles for the Students, Teachers 
and other Human Resources 
• A scientific, humanistic and clinical 
excellence. With ...
• Development of general and specific skills with an 
international value for mobility and national and 
international aca...
Undergraduate degrees: 
• Degree in Medicine 
• Degree in Nursing 
• Degree in Pharmacy 
• Biomedical Engineering (2011) 
...
Postgraduate: Master & 
Doctoral Degrees: 
• Clinical specialties in Medicine (Internal 
medicine, Pediatrics, Gynecology,...
Our collaboration with University 
of Belize (Proposal) 
• Bond with the Faculty of Nursing. 
• Stay in Ub for DCS /UQRoo ...
Our goals 
• Increase English language in our students and 
teachers. 
• Development research & development in 
nursing fi...
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  1. 1. The Health Sciences Division September 2011 Chetumal, Quintana Roo, Mé xico
  2. 2. Facts: •In 2007, the University of Quintana Roo received the proposal from the governor to open a medical school. •In 2008, studies began to shape itself in response to the demand of the executive. •In May 2008, The Curriculum Development Committee of the School of Medicine was formed. •In September the vision of the Curriculum Development Committee of the Health Sciences was extended and three areas were selected: Medicine, Nursing, and Pharmacy.
  3. 3. Main problems in Medicine: •Quintana Roo has a deficit of doctors in health services, mainly in rural areas. •Although being underpaid, many doctors prefer other occupations in order to be in the urban areas. •General practitioners are considered least important than specialists in the society. •The less attention is given to the general practitioners profession since majority of the efforts are made to get into a residence’s program.
  4. 4. • Residents have the lowest performance at admission and at the point of discharge still do not improve their abilities. • The trend towards highly specialized healing is very costly and inefficient.
  5. 5. Main problems in Nursing: •In the process of restructuring of the National Health Services, Nursing has a strategic importance. •The Lack of Degreed Nurses and Certified specialists in nursing, creates a critical situation in the state of Quintana Roo. •It is of great importance to provide the state with degreed nurses and certified specialist in nursing.
  6. 6. • The existing educational programs do not allow for nurses to carry out independent practices outside health institutions. • The Policies for develop Human Resources for Health are depending on political factors, later on become detrimental to the development of nurses. • Field work is inequitable for nurses.
  7. 7. Main Problems in Pharmacy: • By signing the NAFTA, health services are considered services to be trade. • By signing these treaties the commercial future of Health is sealed, the social models of care are abandoned. • As the Joint Commission was created the process of certification in hospitals proceeds, in Mexico, only a few hospitals meets the certification.
  8. 8. • Because of the lack of pharmacists and modes of operation to protect the patient, our hospitals are not certified by Joint Comission. • The change in national health services includes pharmacists and pharmacies. • It is essential to promote rational drug use and stop self-medication.
  9. 9. • The act of unfair funding mechanisms pharmaceutical eliminate unreliable delivery systems. • Comply with the provisions governing the Pharmacy. • Apply the correct amount of doses required for the patient in the hospital’s pharmacy. • Registration of adverse reactions and side effects of drugs in Mexico.
  10. 10. • Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committees in hospitals, the pharmacy as patient support. • Vocational retraining Pharmacist with an international focus, Chemical Pharmacy and Industrial Pharmacists, Clinical Biochemist, etc.
  11. 11. Our point of view of Health Sciences in México • There is an important lack of development in this field. • A reengineering process is necessary because of the depletion of the systems and models of care and the low quality of services. • Universal coverage having quality is an important priority. • The quality of the services is a challenge due to the fact of the scientific innovation and technology.
  12. 12. • Our rights holders and the population openly express their discontent and their demand. • Medical lawsuits hinder the course of medicine in all fields. • The health insurance has changed our practice. • Worldwide Health Services are constantly changing; we can not be an exception.
  13. 13. The Health Sciences Division
  14. 14. Our Mission: To prepare our students as future members of the health team, training them with scientific excellence with humanistic certificate programs in national and international goals, that will allow them to participate in the transformation and modernization of health services in the country. The Division seeks to develop maximum social welfare, maintaining high standards of quality in facilities and services, incorporating the culture of sustainability, environmental care, fostering and promoting the right of individuals to access health services to stay healthy and productive.
  15. 15. Our Vision: To be the academic unit of higher education in the health area and also to be the most important in the state of Quintana Roo, known for the quality of human resources formed, certified by the quality of its undergraduate and graduate programs, all these, through its educational processes an integral, solid and consistent, productivity and leadership of their teachers in the educational functions. The Division is linked to international and national health services, as a result of biomedical, clinical and pharmaceutical research; the safety is a guarantee in its facilities, appropriate to develop professional skills activities and dissemination of science and technology for health care, finally, the Division has social recognition for their actions in benefit of the community and state.
  16. 16. Profiles for the Students, Teachers and other Human Resources • A scientific, humanistic and clinical excellence. With depth in the current aspects of basic and clinical sciences. • An early entry into practice in health services. • Limit the fragmented and partial view of the traditional medical specialties, through integrated teaching with a multidisciplinary approach to health care team.
  17. 17. • Development of general and specific skills with an international value for mobility and national and international academic exchange. • Incorporation of terminal outlets integrated into the curriculum. • Skills development for clinical and basic research, continuing education, self-evaluation and certification of the quality of their professional services.
  18. 18. Undergraduate degrees: • Degree in Medicine • Degree in Nursing • Degree in Pharmacy • Biomedical Engineering (2011) • Genomics Engineering (2012) • Bio Informatics Engineering (2012)
  19. 19. Postgraduate: Master & Doctoral Degrees: • Clinical specialties in Medicine (Internal medicine, Pediatrics, Gynecology, Obstetrics, Surgery, Nursing and Psychology) 2011. • Doctorate in Health Sciences (Clinical, Basic Sciences, Epidemiology)2013. • Master in Medical Science (2011). • Master of Pharmaceutical Sciences (2012). • Master of Public Administration in Health Policy (2012). • Medical and Social Sciences (Economy, Anthropology, Sociology, Philosophy, etc.)
  20. 20. Our collaboration with University of Belize (Proposal) • Bond with the Faculty of Nursing. • Stay in Ub for DCS /UQRoo Nursing Students. • Interchanges with UB Students and Teachers. • Specialities in Clinical Training and Teaching. • Nursing Teacher exchange and short stays.
  21. 21. Our goals • Increase English language in our students and teachers. • Development research & development in nursing field. • Specialized courses valid in both countries

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