The Dean of Medicine conveys a message of tranquility to the students who will continue their training in Toledo next year – Lanza Digital
The Dean of the Faculty of Medicine of Ciudad Real, Inmaculada Ballesteros, has conveyed a message of reassurance to the 2nd year students that they will continue their training in Toledo next year 2023-24, since both the Vice-Rector for Health Sciences and the deanships of Ciudad Real and Albacete, have been working on a project for two years with which the University of Castilla-La Mancha (UCLM) seeks to provide future doctors with better preparation. The measure affects 15 students from Ciudad Real and 35 from Albacete with whom the talks will continue next week.
The dean of the Faculty of Medicine of Ciudad Real, Inmaculada Ballesteros, has transmitted this Thursday a message of tranquility to the students of 2nd year that next year they will have to continue their training in Toledo since, the vice-rector for Health Sciences and The deans of Ciudad Real and Albacete have been working on a project for two years with which the UCLM intends that future health professionals have the best possible preparation, according to the statements made to Ser Ciudad Real collected by this digital. “There are many people working so that the medical students are very well in Toledo,” she said.
Ballesteros referred to the work done to launch this project and that the students who enrolled two years ago have everything ready to move to Toledo when they reach the third year, as they indicated when registering. “We have the close experience of starting to teach Medicine in Ciudad Real and we know that the first promotions are always special; They are cared for and loved very much. Therefore, those students who go to Toledo will be very well received ”, he pointed out in Ser Ciudad Real.
Benefits of the measure
For the dean, the benefits of this measure, which affects 15 students from the Ciudad Real Faculty of Medicine and 35 from Albacete, are that Toledo has a large hospital whose care resources have to be used for teaching .
In addition, the students who are now in the hospitals of Ciudad Real and Albacete are more crowded and “we want to teach quality classes and the more practices they do, the better prepared they will be,” said Ballesteros who also referred, as an advantage, to the greater space available to students who stay in the centers. “If there are students who take advantage of the facilities in Toledo, those who stay in the centers will be more comfortable to do other things,” said the dean
Ballesteros acknowledged that they had held meetings, this course, with the students who will go to Toledo to convey the progress in teaching organization, recalling that “students from Albacete and Ciudad Real will go and it is the same university.” These meetings will be repeated next week and will do everything possible so that the students feel comfortable in Toledo and “see that it is a good decision,” he said.
Of the 15 students from Ciudad Real affected, five are sure they want to leave and others have doubts and are waiting for the claim deadlines to change itineraries. “Yes, some regret marking the X that said “Ciudad Real-Toledo” on the license plate. We are working on it”, concluded the dean.