The UMH Clinical Simulation Course as a tool in medical education was taught by the professor of the Department of Clinical Medicine of the UMH, Jose Manuel Ramos Rincón. The event also co-directed by Ricardo Serrano García, professor of the department. The workshop began the past February 12 in Simulation Area of Severo Ochoa Building (Campus de San Juan of Alicante). Several professors and doctors from different hospitals in the province of Alicante (Spain) attended the sessions.
Who taught the UMH Clinical simulation course as a tool in medical education?
Professors Jose Manuel Ramos Rincón and Ricardo Serrano were responsible for the course of clinical simulation UMH. The workshop is understood as a tool in medical education. East of is within the Program of Teaching Innovation and Excellence in Education of the University Miguel Hernadez of Elche (Spain). The workshop was held on February 12, 13 and 14 with the participation of 12 professors of the Faculty of Medicine of the UMH
He is professor and researcher is a specialist in internal medicine and microbiology and deputy of the Service of Internal Medicine of the General University Hospital of Alicante (HGUA); In addition, he teaches at the Faculty of Medicine of the UMH. His research interests focus on:
- research in infectious diseases,
- international health
- and internal medicine.
José Manuel Ramos is also a coordinator of cooperation and volunteer projects of the Rural General Hospital of Gambo (Ethiopia). Today, the professor continues with his deep task in Internal Medicine and also collaborates with workshops and seminars of Emergency Medicine. Most of the courses, tasks, workshops and seminars are widely developed for Miguel Hernández University of Elche in Spain.