Dr. Víctor Eduardo Vallejo is Honduran by birth, has a Medical degree from the University of Navarra (Spain), and has been nominated to a Medical Graduation Outstanding Award. Currently, he is a third-year resident of Cardiology at the University Assistance Complex of Salamanca (Spain), with a special interest in the field of Hemodynamics and Cardiac Imaging. He also holds a master's degree in Cardiovascular Critical Care from the CEU Cardenal Herrera University and another postgraduate degree in Thromboembolic Diseases from the University of Alcalá. His research is focused on Cardiotoxicity and Cardiac Imaging, and he is currently working on his doctoral thesis.See more
Dr. Néstor Risoglio is an interventional cardiologist at Cemep Río Grande Clinic in Tierra del Fuego (Argentina) and a well-established professional in Hemodynamics and Hematology. In 2007, he performed the first programmed hemodynamic intervention in a cardiac patient at a public hospital. A few years later, he suffered a stroke, but that did not keep him away from his professional practice. His calling has always driven him to give his best, and taking the Practicum Script course is proof of that. Regarding the clinical simulation tool, he believes that it offers "continuous and accessible updating."See more
"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