On the afternoon of last Wednesday (17/05), Cabula Campus received the visit of 20 students from the 3rd year of high school at Colégio Salesiano who participated in the Bahiana for one day. The program is an initiative of the Institutional Relationship Center (Relaci) of Bahiana, which seeks to support the work of professional guidance in high schools, providing students with information about undergraduate courses and contact with the academic environment of the institution.
The visit is carried out through a circuit that runs through the environments where each course develops its activities. The first stop was at the Microscopy Laboratory, with a demonstration of blood typing, coordinated by lead biomedical scientist Emily Figueiredo. The vaccination process was the theme of the Nursing course, whose activity was guided by Prof. Ana Shirley and the Physical Education course was presented by Professor Roque Sanches, at the Sports Sciences Laboratory. The professor of the Physiotherapy course, Rachel Trinchão, presented the Skills Laboratory and spoke about the profession. The group also visited the Dental Center of Bahiana, conducted by the unit manager, Lísia Oliveira. The Myths and Truths about Psychology activity enabled a debate about the profession, which was coordinated by Professor Amanda Gama. The visit ended with a presentation of the Morfofuncional Laboratory, under the coordination of academic monitors from the Medicine course.
During the visit, what most caught the attention of the visiting student, Hélio Magalhães, was the structure, which he considered exceptional. "I want to do Dentistry and with this visit that desire was reaffirmed". For the student of the 3rd semester of Medicine and monitor of the Intercourse Morphofunctional Sciences Group (GCMI), João Gabriel Santana, to participate in the Bahiana for one day contributes to your training process as a doctor. "The teaching process, in general, is extremely important, especially for consolidating the content we learn. There is a big difference between learning in the classroom, as a student, and needing to learn content at a sufficient level to teaching a class is an interesting experience".
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