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    - Reconocer las competencias a desarrollar en la formación de médicos, considerando las distintas dimensiones involucradas en la práctica de APS renovada; - Identificar el papel de distintos actores individuales e institucionales que inciden en las iniciativas de cooperación entre la Universidad y los servicios de salud orientadas a la formación y práctica en APS renovada; - Analizar las estrategias de negociación que faciliten la articulación entre las instituciones formadoras y los servicios de salud, para orientar el aprendizaje hacia una práctica reflexiva en escenarios educacionales diversificados.
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    - Reconocer cómo la educación médica ha reflejado los distintos abordajes del proceso de salud-enfermedad y los modelos de atención de la salud; - Analizar críticamente las tendencias vigentes en Educación Médica, su impacto en relación con las necesidades de salud de la población y de los servicios de salud; - Identificar los atributos distintivos de la APS renovada en relación con los procesos de cambio en la Educación Médica.
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    1. Improve individual clinicians’ proficiency in the diagnosis and management of MH problems; 2. Strengthen cooperation and collaboration by:
    a. developing a common language by using a common clinical tool- the mhGAP-IG; b. exploring models of ongoing and future knowledge exchange and interactions about clinical realities. 3. Compare and confront different perspectives and different models of healthcare organization; 4. Help with clinical practices to better enable the integration of MH interventions.
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    - Describe the characteristics of influenza viruses, and the disease they cause - List the objectives of public health surveillance and influenza surveillance - Review the common types of surveillance and the types used for influenza surveillance - Understand the need to intensify SARI surveillance - Discuss how influenza surveillance data are used - Understand the case definition for severe acute respiratory infection (SARI) and the principle etiologic agents of SARI - Compare SARI case definition to that of influenza-like illness (ILI) - Understand the methods used to identify SARI cases, types of clinical samples to collect and what data are to be reported - Describe the surveillance steps from case identification to collection of epidemiologic information - Organize, compile and assess the data collected - Understand the uses of absolute and relative measures - Describe the seven key SARI indicators - Interpret the recommended outputs for SARI indicators - Construct tables and graphs to illustrate proportions and distributions - Interpret tables and figures to analyze trends - Understand the roles and responsibilities for intensified national SARI surveillance - Describe the information flow related to intensified national SARI surveillance
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    - Describe the characteristics of influenza viruses, and the disease they cause - List the objectives of public health surveillance - Explain why laboratory data are important for influenza surveillance - Interpret measures used to determine the burden of disease - Understand frequency measures used in statistical reporting for influenza surveillance - Understand the uses of absolute and relative measures - Identify the five key measures to include in an influenza weekly report - List the characteristics of well-constructed tables and graphs - Display in graphical and tabular format, weekly data - List the key characteristics of oral and written presentations
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    Review the epidemiology of substance use and substance-related diseases and disorders; the role of psychoactive substances in health and illness; the role of different actors (professionals, stakeholders, civil society) in the development, implementation and evaluation of public policies; and the effectiveness of different strategies and interventions that can serve as a scientific basis for alcohol and drug policies in the Americas
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