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MAEYAMA, Marcos Aurélio; CUTOLO, Luiz Roberto Agea; CHAVES, Marcos Vinícius  y  BARNI, Rafael dos Santos. Sérgio Arouca Project: a Case Report. Rev. bras. educ. med. [online]. 2016, vol.40, n.1, pp.118-127. ISSN 1981-5271.

Historically, medical education has been focused on the traditional biomedical model. The Brazilian National Curriculum Guidelines for Undergraduate Medicine Courses, approved in 2001, indicate the need to adjust the training of human resources to the service, by following the Brazilian National Health System principles. In accordance with those Guidelines, the Brazilian government developed, in 2005, the National Program for Reorientation of Professional Training in Health, in order to promote the training of appropriate professionals for primary care. In 2009, within the context of Pró-Saúde and inspired by the Rondon Project, teachers of the University of Vale do Itajaí create the Sérgio Arouca Project, an initiative that aims to work in primary care in needy towns of the State of Santa Catarina. This report is based on Medicine students’ participation in the Project and aims to demonstrate how valuable these experiences were to their professional training and to building a new vision of medical practice, placing them in situations and scenarios different to those experienced in daily university life.

Palabras clave : Comprehensive Health Care; Primary Health Care; Medical Education; Humanization in Health Care; Health Promotion.

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