"As a physician, I graduated from the National University of Rosario (Argentina). I’ve been a cardiologist since 1997, and an emergency medical specialist since 2010. I currently work in the private and public settings at the Juan Bautista Alberdi Hospital in Rosario." This is how Dr. Silvina Galetto describes her professional trajectory. An active user of Practicum Script, she had taken two courses when [Practicum] was launched along with the Argentine Federation of Cardiology. She is especially grateful for "the dilemmatic approach" of the clinical reasoning training program.
Maria Laura Mingo is a cardiologist in Salta (Argentina). She has been a physician since 2011 and a professor since 2013. Dr. Mingo emphasizes the value of Practicum Script as a collaborative learning network and a vast forum for debate and reflection. She likes to quote the French physiologist Claude Bernard and mentions that “those who do not know what they are looking for will not understand what they find.” Also according to her, “to develop the mental ability to question different hypotheses and request different complementary tests helps and simplifies the path to the final diagnosis.” She also believes that the fact that we "know that [Practicum] is a simulator brings a bit of tranquility."See more
Medical surgeon graduated from the National University of Córdoba in 1996 and specialist in Cardiology since 2003 by the Medical Council of the Province of Córdoba, Dr. Graciela Cámara works in two public hospitals. Her practice is developed between the Maternal and Neonatal Hospital, where she takes care of complicated pregnancies and puerperium care in an Obstetric ICU, and the National Hospital of Clinics, where she performs tasks in the Medical Clinic and the Cardiology room, including teaching activities for residents. In her opinion, with Practicum Script maybe the resident learns new things and the specialist forgotten things.See more
Mario Sutil Vega is a consultant cardiologist at the Parc Taulí Hospital in Sabadell, Catalonia (Spain). He completed his residency at the Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau and obtained his title from Bellvitge. Cardiac imaging is his passion, and even though he only became a medical specialist three years ago, he speaks enthusiastically about it. He has more than 12 published studies and is a member of the Spanish Society of Cardiology and the European Society of Cardiology. According to Dr. Vega, "The diagnostic and therapeutic reality is more complex than a 'true or false;' it is necessary to integrate multiple data and be aware of the specificities of each of them."See more