[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_single_image image=”3376″ img_size=”850×650″][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_custom_heading text=”Servicio Social ” font_container=”tag:h2|text_align:center”][vc_column_text]El Servicio Social Profesional ha sido implementado con dos propósitos fundamentales:
- Link the student with his environment
- Return in the form of social action, the benefits you received during your professional preparation
Interns in social service will have the opportunity to work under their own responsibility and at the same time supported by a professional interdisciplinary team in order to demonstrate their competence as well as their abilities, knowledge, skills and attitudes.
El Servicio Social tiene una duración de 12 meses y las jornadas de trabajo serán distribuidas de acuerdo a las necesidades del lugar en el cual se realice.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row 0=””][vc_column 0=””][vc_column_text 0=””]
GUIDING PRINCIPLES OF MIDWIFERY PRACTICE:
- Midwives work in partnership with women and with the supports they have chosen in their community, for the duration of the service provision relationship.
- Midwives respect the dignity, rights and abilities of the women they serve, acting responsibly for the duration of the service provision relationship.
- Midwives work as autonomous professionals in collaboration with other health and social service providers when necessary.
- Midwives understand that physical, emotional, psychosocial and spiritual factors work together on the health of individuals and affect the reproductive process.
- Midwives understand that female physiology and childbearing are normal processes and work to optimize the well-being of mothers and their developing babies, who are the foundation of their care.
- Midwives understand that the childbearing experience is primarily a personal, social, and community event.
- Midwives recognize that a woman is the only direct provider of care for herself and her unborn child, so the most important determinant of a healthy pregnancy is the mother herself.
- Midwives recognize the power inherent in the childbearing experience and strive to support women in making informed decisions and taking responsibility for their own well-being.
- Midwives strive to ensure vaginal delivery and offer guidance and support when appropriate to facilitate the spontaneous process of pregnancy, labor and delivery, using medical intervention only when necessary.
- Midwives synthesize clinical observations, theoretical knowledge, intuitive assessment, and spiritual awareness as components of a competent decision-making process.
- Midwives value continuity of care throughout the childbearing cycle and strive to maintain continuous care within realistic limits.
- Midwives understand that the parameters of “normal” vary widely and recognize that each pregnancy and birth is unique.