Occhioto: “Unical’s medical accreditation is good”

“A historical turning point that puts an end to a long wait and represents a moment of real satisfaction for the University of Calabria, which asserts itself as a university of excellence.”

This is how Cosenza Mayor Mario Occchioto comments on the official accreditation by Anvur (National Evaluation Agency for University and Research) for the degree course in Medicine, Surgery and Digital Technologies at the University of Calabria.

He added: “It is a well-deserved recognition that makes us understand once again how our university has all the qualifications to compete with the most important universities. Thanks to the active cooperation between the Deans of the University of Calabria and the University of Magna Gracia, respectively Nicola Leon and Giovabattista de Saro, it was possible to implement a project to operationalize the new master’s degree course The inter-university, implemented in Sebastiano Ando’s years, initially as Dean of the SSN College of Pharmacy, and later as Director of the Department of Pharmacy, Health Sciences and Nutrition, is now recognized by MIUR as a National Department of Medical Excellence.

Today this project is characterized by the participation of two areas of excellence in the university, one biomedical on the one hand and the other engineering – information technology – technological on the other. In this way, the efforts of the Department of Pharmacy, Health Sciences and Nutrition are rewarded, as the degree course in Medicine, Surgery and Digital Technologies will be organized, followed by the eminent teaching staff in the medical field. Step by step all the accreditation procedures are not simple.”

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“The result achieved – concluded Occhiuto – is to be welcomed with particular enthusiasm, not only because it will allow us to increase the educational offer of our university, but also because the course of study that will become fully operational in the first place, in addition to the medical training, will be able to ensure the use of those disciplines That new technologies, applied in the field of medicine, will be able to guarantee. ” (handle)

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