February 28, 2021

Psychologists, dieticians and nurses are graduated in the Fernando Pessoa – La Provincia

The University Fernando Pessoa Canarias (UFPC) delivered the borders of the degrees in Psychology, Nutrition and Dietetics, and Nursing to dozens of young people after four years of training on the campus of Santa Maria de Guía (Gran Canaria), reported from the private institution of higher education.

At the end of last week, the mayor of Guido, Pedro Rodríguez, together with the president of the UFPC, Antonio Rodríguez Rodríguez, and the rector of the center, Antonio Rodríguez Pérez, presided over the ceremony in the Jerónimo Saavedra hall of the Alfredo Kraus Auditorium in the capital grancanaria, with the assistance of a score of doctors. Conducted by the deputy of Citizens in the autonomous Parliament, the journalist Vidina Espino Ramírez, the event was the conclusion of the academic trajectory of promotions 2015-2019 in the four degrees of health sciences, the main field of knowledge taught in the Gran Canaria campus of the Portuguese center.

In fact, the Fernando Pessoa Canarias University is the first private entity of higher education in the Archipelago to teach Psychology, Nutrition and Dietetics, and Nursing according to the needs and certification of the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports of the Government of Spain, they recalled the same sources in the official call. With more than fifteen years of experience in the higher education sector, the UFPC is a reference in private education in the Islands, with more than 800 students in the whole of its educational offer, added from the Guiding campus before including between their journalism and audiovisual communication degrees, apart from the degrees corresponding to health sciences.

Specifically, the offer of the UFPC consists of degrees in dentistry, audiovisual communication and journalism, nutrition and dietetics, psychology, nursing and occupational therapy. In addition, the Fernando Pessoa Canarias center also offers postgraduate studies such as master's degrees in General Health Psychology and Health Management, pointed out the same institutional sources.

Summer proposal

Along with the own acts of the end of the academic course, like the deliveries of borders, the student agenda centers during July in the University of Summer City of Guide, promoted by the UFPC next to the northern City council.

Until the end of the month and free of charge, the Santa María de Guía campus hosts eight courses in health sciences ( Care and attention of bedridden patients; Build your compass: Strategies for job search; Curiosities of science; Origins of racism and tools to prevent it; Assertiveness and Mindfulness: Improve our social, personal and professional relationships through mindfulness; First aid; Health promotion; Nutrition and sports) and two in communication ( Speech, speech and debate beside Internet and digital journalism in the Canary Islands). The program "covers very current and reference subjects, with very interesting proposals that are not being offered in other summer universities," said the mayor of the northern municipality at the end of June.

Shortly before, in the middle of the month, San Roque Hospitals became the first private healthcare company in the Archipelago to achieve university accreditation for its centers in the Gran Canaria capital and San Bartolomé de Tirajana after almost two years of administrative procedures, a degree that will allow about 600 students of the Fernando Pessoa Canarias University to complete their training at the two clinics. "One of the advantages of this accreditation is that it allows students to get closer to the business world so they can get to know the workplace firsthand and also contribute to improving employability rates", said the UFP president before pointing out the deficit professionals in Medicine and Nursing.

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