Dr. Amalia García has a degree in Medicine and Surgery from the University of Cádiz. She specialized in Urology in 2011 and Cardiology in 2017. She currently works as an associate in the Cardiology service at the Puerta del Mar University Hospital in Cádiz. In January 2019, she concluded the Practicum Script advanced simulation course of Cardiology with 80% of coincidental scenarios, and in early July, enrolled in the new available edition of the course. She believes that the simulator is a useful tool to improve deductive reasoning in a practical framework.See more
Dr. Natalia Noemí Salcedo is a Cardiologist at the Private Center for Respiratory Medicine of Paraná (CPMR), in Argentina. She concluded the Second Practicum Script course in Cardiology, launched in June in collaboration with the Argentine Federation of Cardiology. Her results? Almost 60% of coincidental hypotheses and more than 85% of scenarios. Before joining the CPMR team, she worked at the Rubén Darío Medical Center and the Caseros Model Sanatorium, both in Buenos Aires. For Dr. Salcedo, the cases presented in the course are similar to those in her medical practice, and "most cases have differential diagnoses that are often not considered.”See more
Dr. Zambrano is a 59-year-old Ecuadorian pediatrician. She graduated in medicine from the State University of Guayaquil, Ecuador, and currently works in primary care at the Ministry of Public Health and in private practice. Dr. Zambrano emphasizes that the Practicum Script cases of infectious diseases have been especially relevant for her health care practice, because she faces daily situations in which poverty prevails in the population, with poor health care conditions and patients with deficient nutritional status, which are aggravating factors to any disease. Moreover, the program allows her to study without pressure.See more
Dr. Christian Macías Argüello is a 25-year-old general practitioner in Guayaquil (Ecuador). He graduated from the Catholic University of Santiago de Guayaquil in May 2018 and currently works for the Ministry of Public Health of Ecuador and in clinical practice in the Medical Simulation Hospital of the School of medicine at the San Francisco University of Quito. His research focuses on poisoning and adverse effects in children under the age of 1 year from the consumption of infusions made from plants typical of his region like Anise, which is used with carminative purpose in rural areas. He highlights that some of the harmful effects are not only gastrointestinal but neurological as well. He believes that Practicum Script offers the advantage of time since it allows him to study in his spare time.