Training for the Practice of a Biotechnological and Human Medicine


Medical training
Biotechnological skills
Human ability


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Bringer J. Training for the Practice of a Biotechnological and Human Medicine. Integr J Med Sci [Internet]. 2017 May 3 [cited 2022 Dec. 6];4:12-5. Available from:


During the last decades, medicine has known a beneficial leap due to research and innovation in new biotechnologies permitting more efficient, accurate, and targeted care for many diseases. At the same time, better prevention in safety conditions and patient-centered-care organization involved tight cooperation between multiple care-health professionals according to the patient's needs. Medical students have to be trained to acquire technology advances and prepare to operate in the team before caring for patients? Such practice training in simulation centers aims to develop authentic real-life scenarios of patient care situations, including individual or team interactions skills and clinicians' ability for shared decision and human relationship as listening, announcement and coaching based on ethical questioning and careful of person.


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