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Título: International mobility in the Pharmacy degree at the school of allied health sciences of Oporto
Autor: Jesus, Ângelo
Oliveira, Rita Ferraz
Martins, Cátia
Oliveira, Ana Isabel
Pinho, Cláudia
Santos, Marlene
Correia, Patrícia
Cunha, Agostinho
Cruz, Agostinho
Palavras-chave: Técnicos de Farmácia
Mobilidade internacional
Farmácia
Pharmacy technicians
Pharmacy
International mobility
Data: 2012
Editora: International Pharmaceutical Federation
Instituto Politécnico do Porto. Escola Superior de Tecnologia da Saúde do Porto
Instituto de Educação da Universidade do Minho. Centro de Investigação em Educação (CIEd)
Resumo: Background: The Erasmus program is a subprogram of the Lifelong Learning program, exclusive for Higher Education that promotes (among other initiatives), the mobility of students(studies, training or internships). The mobility of students of higher education seeks to improve the quality and development of future professionals, providing a multidisciplinary and multicultural experience. Setting: Academic Pharmacy/Pharmacy Technicians Methods: We conducted a descriptive and transversal study on the implementation of the mobility program and analyze the results, which involved applying a survey to students. Results: Since 2009/2010, the Pharmacy Degree at ESTSP has established 7 SMs protocols resulting in an average mobility of 5 students IN and 7 Students OUT. We have also endeavoured in SMp Protocols for extracurricular training with an average of 3 students OUT. The application process is normally open during the year before the mobility period. For most of the students involved, this was a first time opportunity to be in a foreign country and more than 70% choose the mobility program because it is seen as a possibility to improve their curriculum, for personal development or even to pursue employment opportunities abroad. The mobility for teachers is also encouraged. Conclusions: The exchange of experiences and training, acquired during cooperation activities should be an element of continuous dynamics and institutional affirmation. Initiatives such as the ERASMUS Program contribute to the educational and scientific enrichment, and promote international competitiveness among Higher Education Institutions.
Peer review: yes
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10400.22/1637
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