The evolution and growth of a profession are given in parallel to the degree of countries' development. This evolution determines the degree of professionalism required by each occupation with the aim of acquiring more skills that allow them to act in the best way in their fields of action.
There is a global need to count with a greater number of professionals in nursing that continue a quality training to a postgraduate level. This will give them more tools to confront the challenges to be tackled in this profession in the difficult task of human care, taking into paramount consideration the respect of the dignity of each one of the patients.
For this reason, the Master's Degree in Nursing with major in Health Management has as purpose to train nurses with a high level of technical competence, professional ethical sense and social commitment; updating and deepening their knowledge so they are able to identify and solve health, management and education problems, thereby improving their job and investigative performance.
The Master's Degree in Nursing with major in Health Management offers a comprehensive training with tools and concepts to enable nurses to enrich their training in order to improve their personal and labor skills. Thus, they collaborate with the fulfillment of their institutions' objectives in accordance with the changes of the external and internal environments in health centers. All this by theoretical knowledge, analysis of practical cases and exercises that provide the participant with a breakthrough in the understanding of nursing in its main areas of action.
This program is a means to achieve a comprehensive strategic change that will allow professionals to manage in the best way their work equipment under an ethical and humanist view. This Master’s Degree promotes learning focused on the students’ individual and collective awareness through a training strategy based on activities focused on the resolution of practical cases and projects.
It responds to breaking or bankruptcy in the paradigms. In this sense, it seeks to provide the student with a level of current strategic thinking capable of confronting the unexpected, identify correctly the problems and provide the most appropriate solutions.
The program pursues a global vision of the Nursing Sciences, Management, Humanization and Education by stimulating critical thinking for the resolution of problems moving the work of the nurses toward the effectiveness and efficiency of the processes associated with their work. Thus, the program strengthens their development and job performance in order to provide the best service possible to patients/users of health services.
Who is the programme for?
In addition to clarity, amplitude and didactics of the contents' design, the proposed training methodology allows to address the Master's Degree in Nursing with a major in Health Management to nurses willing to train in the most important areas of their profession, with emphasis on management within health organizations and universities. Graduates of the current educational program will be able to perform research projects that develop the potential of their work centers in many aspects and, in this way, will be able to provide quality health services.
In short, the educational program enables the student to assume positions with functions in Health Management within Public or Private Health centers and NGOs. They will also be able to perform as Teachers and Researches.
Successful completion of the Program will enable you to be awarded the degree in Master in Nursing.
After successfully completing the Program, the student will receive the degree as awarded by the University where they have enrolled.
This Master's Degree is distributed in three mandatory content blocks.
The estimated length of the Master's Degree in Nursing with a major in Health Management is 900 hours (90 credits)a
Regarding time distribution:
- Since it is an on-line course, it does not have a specific starting date, so that the student can enroll at any time, provided that there is enough place.
- Due to academic and learning reasons, there is a minimum length of the program, which in exceptional cases (e.g. recognition of subjects) may be six months.
- The estimated time to complete the Master’s Degree is 24 months. In this period, the student must have successfully passed all the (evaluated) activities and the Master’s Degree Final Project or Degree Thesis.
The credit structure of the Master’s Degree in Nursing with a major in Health Management is stated as follows:
|MODULES AND SUBJECTS||ECTS CREDITSa||LENGTHb||HOURS|
|1st Block: Nursing and Health (Mandatory)||41||10||410|
|2nd Block: Health Management (Mandatory)||22||6||220|
|3rd Block: Research and Master's Degree Final Project (Mandatory)||27||8||270|
a. The equivalence in credits may vary according to the University that issues the Diploma. One (1) ECTS credit (European Credit Transfer System) corresponds to 10 + 15 hours. If students attend the program in which they are enrolled in a university not belonging to the European Higher Education Area (EHEA), the relationship between credits - hours may vary.
b. Length in months.
- The Master's Degree in Nursing with a major in Health Management aims to train professionals of nursing with a multidisciplinary profile on its main areas of nursing knowledge with special emphasis in health management. This will contribute to the improvement of professional performance through the acquisition of new knowledge and tools in order to deliver a better attention to the user in health organizations, both public and private.
- Strengthening the theoretical-philosophical basis of nursing, with an emphasis on activities that favor the logical thinking and scientific reasoning.
- Contributing to the dissemination of knowledge of Nursing and Health to support scientifically the praxis of the discipline.
- Deepening in the model of self-care and preparing professionals to incorporate them into the clinical practice.
- Designing and carrying out the planning, performances and evaluation in the field of nursing care, providing different demands of health according to problems, age and social context.
- Applying the methods and techniques necessary to educate in health.
- Guiding and strengthening the medical sanitary reflection-action, based on the patient, user and provider of health service.
- Developing management, communication and leadership skills in the field of nursing.
- Applying the epidemiological knowledge and biostatistical tools in the interpretation and development of research studies.
- Promoting research aimed at professional exercise.
The Master's Degree in Nursing with a major in Health Management enables the student to assume positions with management functions in Hospitals, Primary Care Centers, Public or Private health Centers and NGOs. Moreover, they will be able to perform as teachers and researchers.
The Master's Degree in Nursing with a major in Health Management has a curricular structure based on three complementary training parts to get an integral education:
- 1st PART: NURSING AND HEALTH (410 HOURS)
The first part, which is theorical-conceptual, exposes the nosological aspects regarding the major in professional nursing.
Corresponding subjects and working hours are shown in the following table:
|1st PART: NURSING AND HEALTH|
|1||Concepts, Theories and Models in Nursing||40|
|2||Ethical Foundations of Bioethics||30|
|3||Foundations of Humanization and Dehumanization in Health||20|
|5||Science of Human Care||40|
|6||Psychosocial Aspects of Aging||50|
|7||Nursing, Quality and Accreditation Processes||40|
|9||Nursing based on Evidence||40|
|10||Mental Health Nursing||40|
|11||Family and Community Nursing||40|
- 2nd PART: HEALTH MANAGEMENT (220 HOURS)
The second part brings together knowledge and skills to develop health management and the intervention that all clinical-health professional must possess.
Corresponding subjects and working hours are shown in the following table:
|2nd PART: HEALTH MANAGEMENT|
|1||Health Services Management||40|
|2||Strategic Management of HR||30|
|3||Performance Evaluation and Management by Competencies||30|
|4||Structure and Organizational Change||20|
|5||Resolution/Transformation of Conflicts in the Area of Health||30|
|6||Interpersonal Communication Techniques||20|
|7||Work Teams Management Techniques||20|
|8||Stress and Burnout||30|
- 3rd PART: RESEARCH AND MASTER'S DEGREE FINAL PROJECT (270 HOURS)
The third part is dedicated to prepare and accompany the students in the acquisition of knowledge and research skills, as well as for the professional practice, allowing them to demostrate the skills learned during the program.
|3rd PART: RESEARCH AND MASTER'S DEGREE FINAL PROJECT|
|3||Research Seminar I||20|
|4||Research Seminar II||20|
|6||Master's Degree Final Project||100|
- MASTER'S DEGREE FINAL PROJECT OR DEGREE THESIS
The Master's Degree Final Project or Degree Thesis, whose workload is 10 credits, has as its aim to present a complete essay that shows the total development of a project, that contemplates the possibility of its concrete implementation, according to the proposal's guidelines and details.
|MASTER'S DEGREE FINAL PROJECT OR DEGREE THESIS|
|1||Final Project or Degree Thesis||100|
Note: The contents of the academic program may be subject to slight modifications, depending on the updates or the improvements made.
Description of the Subjects
1st PART: NURSING AND HEALTH
- CONCEPTS, THEORIES AND MODELS IN NURSING
The development of this subject aims to convey to the student the basic elements to study systematically and in detail the most common conceptual models of nursing and to establish the difference between them and the theories.
- INTRODUCTION TO THEORIES AND MODELS IN NURSING
- HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE OF NURSING THEORIES
- NURSING THEORISTS AND ITS MODELS
- ETHICAL FOUNDATIONS OF BIOETHICS
Through this subject the student will acquire the ethical foundations on which rests the speech and bioethical method, as well as the ethical principles that influence the bioethical assessment of human acts.
- ORIGIN AND DEFINITION
- ETHICAL TRIPOD
- INTEGRAL VISION OF THE HUMAN ACTION
- FOUNDATIONS OF HUMANIZATION AND DEHUMANIZATION IN HEALTH
Having a global vision on the meaning of humanization. Presenting the relationship between humanization and quality of professional relations in the field of health.
- DEHUMANIZATION IN HEALTH
- HUMANIZATION IN HEALTH
- EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND HUMANIZATION OF HEALTH
- AID RELATIONSHIP
Knowing and understanding the model of aid relationship inspired in Humanistic Psychology.
- TOWARD A DEFINITION OF THE CONCEPT OF AID RELATIONSHIP
- EMPATHIC ATTITUDE
- ACTIVE LISTENING
- ANSWER IN THE AID RELATIONSHIP DIALOG. EMPATHIC ANSWER
- UNCONDITIONAL ACCEPTANCE IN THE AID RELATIONSHIP
- THE SKILL TO CUSTOMIZE, CONFRONTATION AND AID RELATIONSHIP
- AUTHENTICITY IN THE AID RELATIONSHIP
- SCIENCE OF HUMAN CARE
The subject focuses on the nurses care of the patient. It is the care of an integral human life, which must be par excellence humanizing. The aim of this subject is to introduce students to the science of human care with the intention that they are able to understand the functions of the nursing profession, so as to integrate the fundamental concepts in the care of the patient as a holistic being.
- INTRODUCTION TO SCIENCE OF HUMAN CARE
- HOLISTIC PERSPECTIVE OF CARE: FROM EPISTEMOLOGY TO PRACTICE
- FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE IN CARE
- CULTIVATING SELF-CARE AS A PROFESSIONAL NURSE
- THERAPIES AND ALTERNATIVE CARE
- PSYCHOSOCIAL ASPECTS OF AGING
The aim of this subject is that the student knows and understands the physical, psychological and social changes of aging.
- SENSORY AND MOTOR FUNCTIONING
- PSYCHOMOTOR ACTIVITY AND OLD AGE
- COMMUNICATION AND LANGUAGE IN THE AGING PROCESS
- INTELLECTUAL FUNCTIONING
- PSYCHOLOGY OF MEMORY IN ELDERLY PEOPLE
- PSYCHOSOCIAL THEORIES PERSONALITY
- PARTNER AND ELDERLY PEOPLE
- SUCCESSFUL AGING LIFE STYLES
- NURSING, QUALITY AND ACCREDITATION PROCESSES
The subject seeks to increase knowledge and skills in nurses that manage and deliver services in the production chain of the clinical processes and in the management of the executing units. So that enable them to strengthen the continuous improvement of processes, by promoting the necessary cultural change in people focused on the satisfaction of the needs and expectations of the people who demand it.
- BASIC CONCEPTS OF CARE QUALITY
- NURSING AND CARE QUALITY MANAGEMENT
- MANAGEMENT BY PROCESSES
- PATIENT SAFETY IN NURSING CARE
- QUALITY UNIT QUALITY COORDINATOR
- KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT TRAINING QUALITY MANAGEMENT
- CARE STANDARDIZATION CARE COMMISSION
- CARE QUALITY IN HOSPITALIZATION UNITS
- NURSING PRACTICE STANDARDIZATION AND NORMALIZATION AS THE BASIS OF THE QUALITY AND THE USE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES
- HEALTH EDUCATION
The aim of this subject is to train professionals in the development of specific and transversal competences in the teaching activity to be able to teach other professionals.
- LEARNING FACTORS
- CURRICULAR DESIGN, PROGRAMMING AND DEVELOPMENT OF COMPETENCIES
- LEARNING METHODOLOGIES IN THE CLASSROOM
- CREATION, ADAPTATION AND EVALUATION OF MATERIALS
- ANALYSIS OF TECHNOLOGICAL RESOURCES AND DESIGN OF CREATIVE ACTIVITIES
- LEARNING EVALUATION
- NURSING BASED ON EVIDENCE
This subject seeks to integrate the nursing process based on evidence with regard to the search of information, application of critical judgment and use of the greatest evidence available, in decision-making for the delivery of nursing care.
- INTRODUCTION TO NURSING BASED ON EVIDENCE
- NURSING BASED ON EVIDENCE PROCESS
- FORMULATION OF A CLINCAL QUESTION
- SEARCHING FOR THE BEST SCIENTIFIC LITERATURE
- ANALYSIS OF THE SCIENTIFIC LITERATURE
- DECISION MAKING
- MENTAL HEALTH NURSING
This subject seeks to know and apply the knowledge and the most important tools for the management of patients with psychopathology.
- CLINICAL AND PSYCOPATHOLOGICAL ASPECTS
- TREATMENT AND NURSING CARE IN MENTAL DISORDER
- MOST RELEVANT ASPECTS OF THE LEGISLATION ON MENTAL HEALTH
- FAMILY AND COMMUNITY NURSING
The aim of this subject is to plan nursing care throughout the whole life cycle at the family and community level.
- INTRODUCTION TO FAMILY AND COMMUNITY NURSING
- COMMUNITY NURSING IN CHILDHOOD AND ADOLESCENCE
- COMMUNITY NURSING IN ADULTS AND ELDERLY ADULTS
- COMMUNITY NURSING IN WOMEN
- NURSING HOME CARE
- DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
2nd PART: HEALTH MANAGEMENT
- HEALTH SERVICES MANAGEMENT
This subject gives the main concepts of health services management, technical aspects and implementation of systems that allow to improve management.
- MANAGEMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES
- TECHNICAL ASPECTS OF MANAGEMENT CONTROL
- IMPLEMENTATION OF AN INTEGRATED SYSTEM OF MANAGEMENT CONTROL
- STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT OF HR
This subject is oriented to design the conceptual and methodological framework to recognize the strategic and systemic approach of the current Human Resources Management (HRM) and the importance of staff to achieve objectives.
- OVERVIEW OF THE EFFECTS OF GLOBALIZATION IN HUMAN RESOURCES
- OVERVIEW OF THE HR DIRECTOR FUNCTIONS
- NEW TECHONOLOGIES IN THE HR MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL OF HR MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
- MOTIVATION THEORY OF HUMAN BEHAVIOR
- STAFF TRAINING AS A STRATEGIC FACTOR
- EMPHASIS ON THE STAFF
- MANAGEMENT BY DEPARTMENTS
- PERFORMANCE EVALUATION AND MANAGEMENT BY COMPETENCIES
This subject explains the need to resort to specific theoretical-methodological budgets in order to insert in the MHR’ practice the approach by competencies. It also underlines the need to resort to the training process as the only sustainable path to maintain revitalized such competencies and their development. Moreover, it emphasizes the need to resort to use the performance evaluation as a process of feedback for the revitalization and development of the above-mentioned labor competencies.
- PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT BASED ON COMPETENCIES
- PERFORMANCE CRITERIA
- PERFORMANCE EVALUATION PHASES
- COMPETENCIES ASSESSMENT
- THE EVALUATION INTERVIEW
- PREPARATION OF A COMPETENCY PROFILE
- REVIEW OF THE POSITION COMPETENCY PROFILES
- DEVELOPMENT OF STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT ON THE BASIS OF POTENTIAL
- STRUCTURE AND ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE
This subject shows the transformation process that took place in current organizations and analyzes future trends to be faced.
- ORGANIZATIONAL EVOLUTION
- SCENARIOS AND ORGANIZATIONAL EVALUATION
- ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE
- THE CHANGE AS A CRUCIAL ASPECT IN THE DIRECTION OF THE HUMAN RESOURCES STRATEGY
- INFORMATION SYSTEMS IN THE ORGANIZATION
- RESOLUTION/TRANSFORMATION OF CONFLICTS IN THE AREA OF HEALTH
The purpose of the subject is that students build a conceptual and practical training that will allow them to act as mediators of conflicts in Health institutions.
- PSYCHOSOCIAL ANALYSIS OF THE HEALTH AGENTS: PATIENTS, PROFESSIONALS AND INSTITUTIONS
- THE ATTENTION IN HEALTH: MULTIPLICITY OF AGENTS
- THEORY AND PRACTICE IN THE AREA OF MEDIATION AND NEGOTIATION IN THE CONFLICTS THAT ARE GENERATED IN THE AREA OF HEALTH
- INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION TECHNIQUES
The subject identifies the elements that are involved in a process of communication, lists those items and describes the roles of the different characters that are part of the process of communication in a workspace.
- COMMUNICATION: GENERAL ASPECTS
- PATTERNS OF COMMUNICATION AND ITS PARTICIPANTS
- COMMUNICATION PROCESS
- MEANS OF COMMUNICATION
- COMMUNICATION BARRIERS
- TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES FOR AN EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION
- PERSONAL QUALITIES TO BE A GOOD COMMUNICATOR
- COMMUNICATION AND INFORMATION IN THE HOSPITAL
- WORK TEAMS MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES
This subject provides the theoretical and practical elements on groups and work teams, their characteristics, and the techniques and tools for their effective management.
- GROUP AND TEAM CONCEPTS, THEIR DIFFERENTIAL CHARACTERISTICS
- PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS TO MOTIVATE WORK TEAMS
- COMPETITION LINKED TO TEAM WORK
- MEMBERS AND ROLES IN A WORK TEAM
- STRESS AND BURNOUT
This subject teaches how to manage stressful situations, within the health care organization, by giving the student the necessary theoretical and practical knowledge.
- THE MOST IMPORTANT CONCEPTS AND APPROACHES IN THE CONFRONTATION OF OCCUPATIONAL STRESS
- TECHNIQUES AND TOOLS FOR THE STRESS MANAGEMENT
- CAUSAL FACTORS OF OCCUPATIONAL STRESS
- INCIDENCES OF STRESS DEPENDING ON PERSONAL VARIABLES
3rd PART: RESEARCH AND MASTER'S DEGREE FINAL PROJECT
- SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH METHODS
The aim of this subject is to study techniques and stages of scientific research, analysis between variables, guidelines for the organization of data and the processing of logical reasoning in order to compare populations.
- THE SCIENTIFIC METHOD
- RESEARCH TECNIQUES
- THE RESEARCH PROCESS
- RESEARCH FINAL REPORT
This subject seeks to provide the basic tools to understand the epidemiology and apply it in health studies. It also gives guidelines on how to perform a quality search on the Internet.
- CLINICAL EPIDEMIOLOGY METHODOLOGY AND IMPLEMENTATION
- RUNNING MEDICINE RESEARCH BASED ON EVIDENCES
- EVALUATION TOOLS
- INTERNET SCIENTIFIC DOCUMENTATION AND ACCESS TO DATABASE AND WEB SITES ABOUT HEALTH SCIENCES
- RESEARCH SEMINAR I AND II
In research seminars the student will apply the own and acquired knowledge, in order to design strategies and methods for the resolution of original research problems, which are relevant in any topic of study.
The Master's Degree Final Project must be an original and personal work. In addition, it must be a contribution with a strong component applied, on the basis of the previous modules.
Before developing the MDFP, the student must have read the guidelines for its implementation, located in the Virtual Library icon, in the campus. Moreover, students will have to send to their tutor a report with the title of the project to develop, an approximate index and a brief explanation, following the format of the template contained in these guidelines.
This material requires a personal monitoring by the tutor of the Master's Degree Final Project, which, ultimately, will guide the students in their development and will indicate, if necessary, any additional reading that need to be performed.
The tutor will give the approval for the final presentation of the MDFP. Once the project is finished, it must be delivered in digital media for its final evaluation that will be carried out by an appointed tribunal among the rest of the Master’s Degree tutors. The evaluation system of the MDFP will take into account the presentation, originality of the topic, structure and its content.
- Dr. Maurizio Battino. Director of the Health and Nutrition area of the Iberoamerican University Foundation. Researcher in Biochemistry and teacher of the Scuola di Specializzazione in Scienza dell'Alimentazione.
General Academic Coordination:
- Dr. (c) Irma Dominguez Azpíroz. International Coordinator of the Health Area.PhD Candidate in Education. International Master’s Degree in Diet and Nutrition Master’s Degree in Physical Activity: Training and Sports Management.
- Dr. (c) Vivian Lipari Zegarra. Phd candidate. Master's Degree in Public Health, University of Chile. Master's Degree in (c) Administration of Health Services, Federico Villarreal National University, Peru.
Teaching staff and Authors
- Dr. Roberto Alvarez. PhD in Project Engineering, Polytechnic University of Catalonia, Spain. Master’s Degree in Project Management and Design, Polytechnic University of Milan, Italy. Professor at the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Professor at the International Iberoamerican University.
- Dr. Luis Vivanco Sierralta. Bioethics Platform. Center for Biomedical Research of La Rioja (CIBIR). Spain
- Dr. Susana Martinez. Associate Professor in the Biomedical Sciences Department in the area of Physiology at the University of Leon. Personal Researcher at the University Institute of Biomedicine at the University of Leon.
- Dr. Cristina Hidalgo González. PhD in Economic and Business Sciences at the University of Leon. Professor in the Applied Economics Department at the University of Leon.
- Dr. (c) Saúl Domingo Soriano. PhD candidate in Business Sciences, University of Leon. Master’s Degree in General Business Management, Institut Català de Tecnologia, Barcelona. Master’s Degree in Consultancy and Information Technologies, E-business, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria University, Spain. Director of Master's Degree and Specializations Final Projects, FUNIBER.
- Dr. (c) Vivian Lipari Zegarra. PhD candidate. Master’s Degree in Public Health by the University of Chile and Master’s Degree in Administration of Health Services by the Federico Villarreal National University, Peru.
- Dr. (c) Carmen Lilí Rodríguez Velasco. PhD Candidate in Education, Iberoamerican International University. Master’s Degree in Labor and Organizational Psychology, University of La Havana, Cuba. International Academic Coordinator of the Management Development, Business Organization and Human Resources Area, FUNIBER.
- Dr. (c) Lucibel Vásquez. PhD in Social Intervention, University of Barcelona. Master’s Degree in Psychogerontology, University of Barcelona. Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology, San Marín de Porres University, Lima.
- Dr. (c) Lidia Henriques. PhD Candidate in Education. Master’s Degree in Palliative Care, Portuguese Catholic University. Degree in Clinical Psychology, University of Lisbon.
- Dr. Alicia Álvarez. PhD in Psychology. Specialist in General Health Psychology. Professor in Clinical and Health Psychology at a private university. Postgraduate Degree and extensive clinical experience in two distinct areas: (a) Research and intervention in Perinatal Clinical Psychology and Neurobehavioral Evaluation. (b) Research and intervention in Psychology of Emergencies. Person in charge of the research and care area of a specialized unit within the public university.
- Ms. María Eugenia Luna Borgaro. Master’s Degree in Human Resources and Knowledge Management, University of Leon, Spain. Expert in Human Resources and Leadership Skills Management. Professor in FUNIBER.
- Mg. Lucía Odette Castillo. Master’s Degree in Human Resources Administration and Management (USACH). Head Nurse of the Clinical Hospital of the University of Chile
- Mg. Helia Silva Bustos. Master’s Degree in Public Health (University of Chile). Teacher of Public Health at the University of Chile.
- Mg. Tania Herrera Martínez. Master’s Degree in Business, University of Queensland (Australia). Master’s Degree in Management for Globalization and Master’s Degree in Public Health, University of Chile. Degree in Medicine, University of Chile.
- Mg. Laura Prieto Parra. Master’s Degree in Public Health, University of Chile. Academic Coordinator within the Master’s Degree in Public Health, University of Chile.
- Mg. Javiera Parro Fluxá. Master’s Degree in Public Health, University of Chile. Teacher of the Research Area at the Los Andes University, Chile.
- Mg. CD. Ms. Lucia Vassallo Gjurinovic. Master’s Degree in Management of Health Services. Internal Auditor in Quality Management Systems ISO 9001:2008. Specialist in University Self-Assessment (Asamblea Nacional de Rectores). Supervisor of Dentistry Clinic - Faculty of Dentistry - San Martin de Porres University. Peru.
- MD. Juan Manuel Diminich Paredes. Medical Audit Specialist (RNA in process). Lead Auditor ISO 9001: 2008. Member of the Peruvian Society of Medical Auditing. Superintendent of Occupational Health - Minera Chinalco, Peru.
- Ms. Marcela Salazar González. Registered Nurse. Master’s Degree in Education with major in educational computing Diploma in Health Humanization. Clinical Coordinator at the School of Medicine, Finis Terrae University. Teacher at the Institute of Bioethics, Finis Terrae University.
FUNIBER Training Scholarships
The Iberoamerican University Foundation (FUNIBER) allocates periodically an extraordinary economic item for FUNIBER Training Scholarships.
To apply, please fill out the information request form that appears in the web of FUNIBER or contact directly the Foundation’s headquarters in your country that will inform you if you need to provide some additional information.
Once the documentation is received, the Evaluation Committee will determine your application's eligibility for the FUNIBER Training Scholarship.