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Gaceta Médica Boliviana

versión On-line ISSN 1012-2966

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ARCE ANTEZANA, Israel Osmar. The health professional training and the incorporation of Interculturality in the Curriculum Facultative. Gac Med Bol [online]. 2013, vol.36, n.1, pp. 48-50. ISSN 1012-2966.

Interculturalism and Health is a key term applied when cancel plans to close gaps and barriers to access to health care, in compliance with demands respect and ethno-cultural and legal enshrined in the new Constitution of the State (NCPE), with a new vision and mission in the professional profile of the health sciences. The general population perceived discrimination by health care providers, and this behavior is not deliberate, is part of the academic training focused on biological welfarism, which ignores the cultural context, scaring the patient of the health service (to detract and ignore their language, customs, or ignoring their worldview). The Universidad Mayor de San Simon and the Faculty of Medicine "Dr. Aurelio Melean "are in capacity and vision to transform education in Biomedical and introduce curricula in a context Intercultural inclusive and humanized, whose ultimate goal is to satisfy the requirements of our society. We first awareness, changing mindsets and sincere openness by the main actors, in this case teachers, health personnel and obviously exercise students to develop skills of intercultural dialogue and discernment among those discriminatory differences should be removed and those otherness cultural identity must be respected.

Palabras clave : health services; education; interculturality.

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