This article is the second part of a series that explores the historical process of the configuration of the internship in medical education and practice. In a previous article, we studied the emergence of the internship in Napoleonic France and its latter configuration trough the North American Flexnerian reforms to medical education. This second part deals with the process by which the internship was constituted in Colombia through five sections. The first one analyses the French influence at the beginning of the 20th century; the second part, the change towards the North American flexnerian model, which was motivated by the arrival of multiple medical missions and their suggestions regarding medical education; the third part studies the process by which these models assembled in the country, their regulation and its crisis; the fourth discusses the actual proposals; and the epilogue talks about the future of the internship in the COVID-19 pandemics.
|Translated title of the contribution||Notes for a future research on the history of the internship in medicine, in Colombia. Second part: The Internship in Colombia (20th and 21st centuries)|
|Original language||Spanish (Colombia)|
|Number of pages||9|
|State||Published - Mar 1 2021|
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- Social Sciences(all)