Ambassador ruled out Russia’s responsibility for the murder of a teacher near Paris :: Society :: RBC

School setting in Conflans-Saint-Honorine, France

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Russia cannot be held responsible for the murder of a history and geography teacher at one of the French colleges in the Paris suburb of Conflans-Saint-Honorine, of which an 18-year-old native of Moscow is suspected of committing. This was reported to RBC by the press attaché of the Russian Embassy in France, Sergei Parinov.

The diplomat recalled that earlier at a press conference, the French prosecutor had confirmed the Russian origin of the murder suspect and his family.

“They entered France in 2008, while the offender himself, who was shot during the arrest, was then at the age of six. Based on this, we believe that Russia cannot bear any responsibility for the tragedy that occurred in France, which we deeply sympathize with, ”the diplomat said.

According to Parinov, in such situations, it is not so much where a person was born that matters, but where he was formed as a person, where he took the path of radicalization and terrorism, “which Russia has long consistently condemned in all its manifestations.”

“It must be stated that in this case it happened in France. The representatives of the embassy remain in full contact with the employees of the French interior affairs to find out further details and circumstances of the tragedy that happened yesterday, ”the diplomat added.

According to prosecutor Jean-François Ricard, the 18-year-old attacker had refugee status and lived in Evreux (the administrative center of the Ayr department), RTL radio reports.

French prosecutors reveal details about teacher’s murder

School setting in Conflans-Saint-Honorine, France

The attack on the teacher near the college in Conflans-Sainte-Honorine occurred on October 16 at about 17:00 (18:00 Moscow time). The attacker tracked down the teacher at the college, attacked him and beheaded him.

According to French media reports, the motive for the murder could have been the fact that the deceased during one of the classes showed students caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad. After that, he and the college began receiving threats.

As reported by the BFM TV channel, the attack was carried out by an 18-year-old native of Moscow, who was a Chechen by nationality. According to the TV channel, before the attack, the man shouted the phrase “Allahu Akbar”.

After the murder, the suspect posted a snapshot of the teacher’s severed head on Twitter. He accompanied his post with a comment that the teacher was “executed” for “humiliating the Prophet Muhammad”. After the murder, the young man tried to walk to the neighboring commune of Eragny, but the police noticed him. During the arrest, law enforcement officers shot him dead.

Subsequently, BFM TV reported that the attacker’s name was Abdulakh Anzorov. Despite the fact that he did not differ in radical views, there is information that Anzorov was in a gang.

Nine people were arrested in the murder case, including relatives of the alleged offender. French President Emmanuel Macron called the incident “a typical Islamist terrorist act.”

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Montaña Central Leonesa refuses to “mortgage the mountains” to build wind farms

The Platform for the Future of the Central Mountain of Leonesa holds a meeting with entities opposed to the projects of wind farms for the Mountain of León. In the image, the president of the platform, Esther Domínguez. / Campillo / ICAL

Miriam Badiola / ICAL
| 09/27/2020 – 1:05 p.m.

The Platform for the Future of the Central Mountain of Leonesa showed once again this Sunday its rejection of the wind farm projects for that area, considering that “they do not want to mortgage the mountains or replace their economic use by a monopoly of multinationals who want exploit a single resource and make the area exclusively dependent on a single company or a single resource “, according to one of its representatives, Sergio Díez.

This was pointed out by the representative of the Platform for the Future of the Central Mountain of Leonesa during the celebration in Pedrún de Torío of a meeting of 25 groups and entities of the province, from different areas, both social, educational, sports and ecological that have decided to join together to “be able to work together against the installation of wind projects in the Leonese mountain” and that in today’s meeting they decided to “set a roadmap to work together”.

“We are not against wind energy, it seems very necessary to us, but in addition to being renewable we remember that it also has to be sustainable, for which it has to be an energy that cannot be located anywhere, but has to cause a minimum impact on the environment “, explained Sergio Diez, while pointing out that” the mountain areas in which the macro-wind farms are projected are not the ideal ones “, which is why” they have generated a rejection in the population very important”.

Campillo / ICAL

For this reason, he considered it “essential” that the administrations “take into account that if these projects do not arise from the inhabitants themselves, the territory must be very aware that they are multinationals that come to plunder the resources in some way”, which is why that “they do not have the approval of the inhabitants.”

An approval that is not available because, according to the representative of the Platform, “what is not wanted is to mortgage the mountains, one of the main values ​​that we have, during the 30 years that the concessions of the parks “, since in addition” the areas are used as economic use at the level of pastures, livestock and other types of activities such as tourism, which today generates a fabric that is true that it is small and should be promoted “, but” very diverse “which” is not to be replaced by a monopoly of multinationals that want to exploit a single resource and make the area exclusively dependent on a single company or a single resource “.

Diez recalled that “there are many cases at the national level and in the province of León itself of what this type of monopolies mean in the end the day that companies decide to close and disappear because they are no longer profitable”, so that “the inhabitants become they are once again in an empty territory and without resources “and” they would throw away the last 15 years in which they are working to diversify the economic offer “.

For all these reasons, Sergio Diez set his sights on the actions taken by the Platform at the moment in which the administrative process of the wind farm projects begins in order to present allegations. For this reason, from the Platform for the Future of the Central Mountain of Leonesa, informative talks are being held in different parts of the province, while keeping an eye on these deadlines to start legal processes.

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Montaña Central Leonesa refuses to “mortgage the mountains” to build wind farms

The Platform for the Future of the Central Mountain of Leonesa holds a meeting with entities opposed to the wind farm projects for the Mountain of León. In the image, the president of the platform, Esther Domínguez. / Campillo / ICAL

Miriam Badiola / ICAL
| 09/27/2020 – 1:05 p.m.

The Platform for the Future of the Central Mountain of Leonesa showed once again this Sunday its rejection of the wind farm projects for that area, considering that “they do not want to mortgage the mountains or replace their economic use by a monopoly of multinationals who want exploit a single resource and make the area exclusively dependent on a single company or a single resource “, according to one of its representatives, Sergio Díez.

This was pointed out by the representative of the Platform for the Future of the Central Mountain of Leonesa during the celebration in Pedrún de Torío of a meeting of 25 groups and entities of the province, from different fields, both social, educational, sports and ecological that have decided to unite to “be able to work together against the installation of wind projects in the Leonese mountain” and that in today’s meeting they decided to “set a roadmap to work together”.

“We are not against wind energy, it seems very necessary to us, but in addition to being renewable we remember that it also has to be sustainable, for which it has to be an energy that cannot be located anywhere, but rather has to cause a minimum impact on the environment “, explained Sergio Diez, while pointing out that” the mountain areas in which the macro-wind farms are projected are not the ideal ones “, which is why” they have generated a rejection in the population very important”.

Campillo / ICAL

For this reason, he considered it “essential” that the administrations “take into account that if these projects do not arise from the inhabitants themselves, the territory must be very aware that they are multinationals that come to plunder the resources in some way”, which is why that “they do not have the approval of the inhabitants.”

An approval that is not available because, according to the representative of the Platform, “what is not wanted is to mortgage the mountains, one of the main values ​​that we have, during the 30 years that the concessions of the parks “, since in addition” the areas are used as economic use at the level of pastures, livestock and other types of activities such as tourism, which today generates a fabric that is true that it is small and should be promoted “, but” very diverse “which” is not to be replaced by a monopoly of multinationals that want to exploit a single resource and make the area exclusively dependent on a single company or a single resource “.

Diez recalled that “there are many cases at the national level and in the province of León itself of what in the end this type of monopolies suppose the day that companies decide to close and disappear because they are no longer profitable”, so that “the inhabitants They are once again in an empty territory and without resources “and” they would throw away the last 15 years in which they are working to diversify the economic offer “.

For all this, Sergio Diez set his sights on the actions taken by the Platform at the time the administrative process of the wind farm projects begins in order to present allegations. For this reason, from the Platform for the Future of the Central Mountain of Leonesa, informative talks are being held in different parts of the province, while keeping an eye on these deadlines to start the legal processes.

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Coronavirus: Oxford Says Adverse Effects in AstraZeneca Trials Would Not Be Vaccine Related

The security reviews started when volunteers of the vaccine candidate, called AZD1222 or ChAdOx1 nCoV-19, developed unexplained neurological symptoms which included limb weakness or changes in sensation.

“After an independent review, these diseases were considered unlikely to be associated with the vaccine or there is insufficient evidence to say with certainty that the diseases were related to the vaccine.” According to the document. (https://bit.ly/2FDHoEN)

Trials of the vaccine have resumed in Britain, Brazil and South Africa, but not yet in the United States. Trials of the vaccine have resumed in Britain, Brazil and South Africa, but not yet in the United States.

AstraZeneca and the University of Oxford did not immediately respond to requests for comment from international news agencies.

AstraZeneca is the industrial partner of the British University of Oxford and its vaccine is one of the most advanced in the Western world.

It has already been tested in tens of thousands of volunteers in the United Kingdom, Brazil, South Africa and – since August 31 – also in the United States, in the so-called phase three of clinical trials, the last before confirming its safety and efficacy .

AstraZeneca is one of nine companies currently in phase 3 trials for their vaccine candidates.

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Students from the Health area see practical training as necessary

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Classes have returned, but the situation for some students has been very complicated, since virtual classes are not the same and practices are very necessary to reinforce knowledge in their area: only at the University of Guanajuato is the demand to enter to the Faculty of Medicine this year he presented more than 2 thousand 603 applications, divided into the different health areas.

Joana Frausto, a nursing student, commented that experience is essential for her future.

“Right now it is very difficult for us, because the practices are very essential for the health area and right now what we are doing are the zoom classes and the practices will be postponed from last semester in October and from this semester in November” Joana Frausto pointed out.

He assured that there is still no confirmation for the return to claes, but yes propose dividing small groups with protection measures soon to return to activity.

“At the moment no, last semester what they were going to do is that we have a laboratory and there they were going to gather us in groups so as not to get infected so to speak”

In the case of Janeth hernandez He has tried to carry out the practice from home, despite this they cannot develop it well, due to lack of materials.

“Make models to replace it with mannequins, then things that we do at home, we begin to do the practice, the teacher does it with the materials, because they told us not to spend buying all the things and that is how we are doing it” Janeth expressed.

They do not complain about the theory that they promote, however the students on their own have decided to get together at home in groups of at least five people, so that they can work and learn in a better way.

“Regarding the theory, we have done much better, because we have gotten deeper into things, they have looked for new ways to support us, but in a matter of practice it has affected us a lot, we have gathered in working groups, maximum five people to try to do the practices between us, because the teachers are not allowed to see us “ he claimed.

They ask teachers to be able to carry out this type of activities in schools, having all the protection measures to complement their learning.

“If we have been struggling and we are asking that at least the practices let us do them at school even if it is five people too” commented.

Without a doubt, virtual classes have worked so that students do not fall behind in their subjects, but even so, some need to go to classrooms to carry out their practices.

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Former Hospital Security Guard Returns to Frontline Work as Medical Student | Medicine | University | CCP virus

Russell Ledet didn’t think going to college was his destiny because of how much education could cost.

After finally working his way to higher education thanks to the United States Navy, Ledet worked at a Louisiana hospital as a security guard and now has returned to the same establishment working on the front lines as a medical student during the pandemic. of the CCP virus.

Russell Ledet, a medical student at Tulane University, stands outside the Baton Rouge General Medical Center, where he previously worked as a security guard. (Courtesy of Russell Ledet)

Raised by a single mother, his family received food stamps in a poor and crime-ridden neighborhood in Lakes Charles, Louisiana, according to his account for CNN.

“When it came to the idea of ​​college, that was never an option,” he said. “It was as if only the rich did that. The only thing I knew how to do to get out of the neighborhood I was in was go to the army. “

Thanks to years of schooling, mentors along the way, perseverance and support from her spouse, Ledet is two years away from adding a medical degree to her name.

Working on the front lines during the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus pandemic, commonly known as the novel coronavirus, the outbreak appears to be a bit scary but it is also a privilege, Ledet said – a privilege not being taken lightly. .

“I say it is a privilege because I believe that in any opportunity that we are given to take care of people, one never takes it for granted,” he said. This is a bit scary because I have kids and a partner to go home with. I signed up for this, so I will do my part with pride and dignity. “

Baton Rouge General Medical Center. (Screenshot / Google Maps)

Back to the hospital as a medical student

When Ledet was 18 years old, he joined the United States Navy Ceremonial Guard in Washington. After two years of service, she returned to Louisiana to attend the University of the South and A&M College.

He went on to earn a Ph.D. in Molecular Oncology and Tumor Immunology from New York University and is currently working on his Doctor of Medicine degree and his MBA (Master of Business Administration) degree, through a dual program at the University of Tulane, from which he will graduate in May 2022.

“It’s like a playground for me now that I understand and realize that I can do all of these things,” he said. “Nobody ever told me I was okay or capable.”

In college, Ledet had set out to earn a social work degree so she could return to the neighborhood where she grew up and give back to her community. However, that plan changed when she memorized the periodic table of elements during a chemistry class and her professor caught on and convinced her to study medicine, so she took a chance and changed her major.

While enrolled in school, Ledet got a job as a security guard at the Baton Rouge General Medical Center. During his shifts, Ledet said he studied organic chemistry notebooks in his spare time and asked other doctors for opportunities to learn from them.

Baton Rouge General Medical Center. (Screenshot / Google Maps)

“They said, ‘Man, you’re a security guard, you can never be a doctor,'” he said.

In the end, all that request paid off when Dr. Patrick Greiffenstein, a surgery resident at the time, let Ledet accompany him to learn without hesitation.

“Most of the doctors were male and white,” he said. “In my life growing up I didn’t meet many white guys who were nice to me, it was weird. You have to think about it, I grew up in the Deep South, a lot of the whites were mean to me, they called me [Expletivo] or a small child, so it was difficult to approach these people for help. “

Ledet said he just finished his shift in surgery and is beginning his shift in pediatrics at Baton Rouge General Medical Center.

“It has been surreal to go back to working in the same operating room that I once accompanied Dr. Greiffenstein as a security guard,” he said.

A man with many titles

In addition to being a husband, veteran, father, medical student, and business student, Ledet adds another mention to that list.

Ledet is the president and manager of 15 White Coats, a group of black Tulane University medical students that was formed in 2019 after a visit to the Whitney plantation in Edgard, Louisiana.

During the trip, 14 students joined Ledet to pose for a photo in front of the former slave quarters in an effort to show how far African Americans have come.

The Tulane students hoped their group photo would make a difference for all black students. (Courtesy of Sydney Labat)

Students wore their white coats for the occasion and hoped to post photos in schools across the country to inspire future generations.

Ledet said he is proud that over the years, 15 White Coats have been able to evolve and give scholarship money to other deserving medical students. “Half the problem is that people are in a corner saying, ‘woe is me’ and they are not asking for help,” he said.

“If you can contact 10 people, one of them will contact you. Not everyone will do it, but someone will, ”she added.

“Our big plans are to start a high school in New Orleans,” he added. “Then we want to find a big donor to pay for an entire class of medical students across the country who come from underserved communities.”

Regarding his personal goals, Ledet said he wants to be a “triple resident, that is, someone certified in pediatrics, general psychiatry and child and adolescent psychiatry.”

CNN Wire and Epoch Times staff contributed to this report.


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Former Hospital Security Guard Returns to Frontline Work as Medical Student | Medicine | University | CCP virus

Russell Ledet didn’t think going to college was his destiny because of how much education could cost.

After finally making his way to higher education thanks to the United States Navy, Ledet worked in a Louisiana hospital as a security guard and now returned to the same establishment working on the front lines as a medical student during the pandemic. of the CCP virus.

Russell Ledet, a medical student at Tulane University, stands outside the Baton Rouge General Medical Center, where he previously worked as a security guard. (Courtesy of Russell Ledet)

Raised by a single mother, his family received food stamps in a poor, crime-ridden neighborhood in Lakes Charles, Louisiana, according to his account for CNN.

“When it came to the idea of ​​college, that was never an option,” he said. “It was as if only the rich did that. The only thing I knew how to do to get out of the neighborhood I was in was go to the army. “

Thanks to years of schooling, mentors along the way, perseverance, and support from her spouse, Ledet is two years away from adding a medical degree to her name.

Working on the front lines during the CCP’s (Chinese Communist Party) virus pandemic, commonly known as the novel coronavirus, the outbreak appears to be a bit scary but it’s also a privilege, Ledet said – a privilege not being taken lightly. .

“I say it is a privilege because I believe that in any opportunity that we are given to take care of people, one never takes it for granted,” he said. This is a bit scary because I have kids and a partner to go home with. I signed up for this, so I will do my part with pride and dignity. “

Baton Rouge General Medical Center. (Screenshot / Google Maps)

Back to the hospital as a medical student

When Ledet was 18 years old, he joined the United States Navy Ceremonial Guard in Washington. After two years of service, she returned to Louisiana to attend Southern University and A&M College.

He went on to earn a doctorate in molecular oncology and tumor immunology from New York University and is currently working on his medical doctor degree and his MBA (master of business administration) degree, through a dual program at the University of Tulane, from which she will graduate in May 2022.

“It’s like a playground for me now that I understand and realize that I can do all of these things,” he said. “Nobody ever told me I was okay or capable.”

In college, Ledet had set out to earn a social work degree so she could return to the neighborhood where she grew up and give back to her community. However, that plan changed when she memorized the periodic table of elements during a chemistry class and her professor caught on and convinced her to study medicine, so she took a chance and changed her major.

While enrolled in school, Ledet got a job as a security guard at the Baton Rouge General Medical Center. During his shifts, Ledet said he studied organic chemistry notebooks in his spare time and asked other doctors for opportunities to learn from them.

Baton Rouge General Medical Center. (Screenshot / Google Maps)

“They said, ‘Man, you’re a security guard, you can never be a doctor,'” he said.

In the end, all that request paid off when Dr. Patrick Greiffenstein, a surgery resident at the time, let Ledet accompany him to learn without hesitation.

“Most of the doctors were male and white,” he said. “In my life growing up I didn’t meet many white guys who were nice to me, it was weird. You have to think about it, I grew up in the Deep South, a lot of the whites were mean to me, they called me [Expletivo] or a small child, so it was difficult to approach these people for help. “

Ledet said he just finished his shift in surgery and is beginning his shift in pediatrics at Baton Rouge General Medical Center.

“It has been surreal to go back to working in the same operating room that I once accompanied Dr. Greiffenstein as a security guard,” he said.

A man with many titles

In addition to being a husband, veteran, father, medical student, and business student, Ledet adds another mention to that list.

Ledet is the president and manager of 15 White Coats, a group of black Tulane University medical students that was formed in 2019 after a visit to the Whitney plantation in Edgard, Louisiana.

During the trip, 14 students joined Ledet to pose for a photo in front of the former slave quarters in an effort to show how far African Americans have come.

The Tulane students hoped their group photo would make a difference for all black students. (Courtesy of Sydney Labat)

Students wore their white coats for the occasion and hoped to post photos in schools across the country to inspire future generations.

Ledet said he is proud that over the years, 15 White Coats have been able to evolve and give scholarship money to other deserving medical students. “Half the problem is that people are in a corner saying, ‘woe is me’ and they are not asking for help,” he said.

“If you can contact 10 people, one of them will contact you. Not everyone will do it, but someone will, ”she added.

“Our big plans are to start a high school in New Orleans,” he added. “Then we want to find a big donor to pay for an entire class of medical students across the country who come from underserved communities.”

Regarding his personal goals, Ledet said he wants to be a “triple resident, that is, someone certified in pediatrics, general psychiatry and child and adolescent psychiatry.”

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The Operation Detect as part of the career of M …

One of the university careers most affected by the suspension of classroom activities is Medicine, due to the impossibility of advancing in the teaching and learning process without practical classes. And among the most disadvantaged of that career are, in particular, the most advanced students, those who in these months had to complete their studies. In the case of the UBA, the last year of the degree is called the Annual Rotary Internship (IAR) and it consists mainly of hospital practice in various areas of medicine. Due to the pandemic and social isolation, the IAR was suspended and hundreds of students were left without a chance to graduate. In this context, and to partially correct the problem, the UBA Faculty of Medicine decided that IAR students can participate in the Detect Volunteer in neighborhoods of the City to detect cases of coronavirus.

With volunteering, which the faculty established through an agreement with the Buenos Aires government, students will be able to accredit practical hours and, at the same time, participate in the health fight against the coronavirus. There are already more than 300 IAR students participating in the volunteering.

“A resolution was published establishing that volunteering will be considered as accredited IAR hours so that the students who are in that instance can advance with the last leg of the degree,” he explained to PageI12 Carlos Damín, toxicologist doctor and general secretary of the UBA Faculty of Medicine.

The activities that the students carry out in the framework of volunteering are the loading of data in electronic medical records and the realization of epidemiological records; the survey of close contact lists with covid-19 cases through telephone interviews; and the active search for close contacts: door-to-door conducting an interview and taking temperature and triaging on the device. Students do not swab.

“I signed up for volunteering basically because I need to work and for that I need to receive and have my degree. I am going to the María Elena Walsh Educational Center in Villa 31,” Malena Schargorodsky, an IAR student, told this newspaper. “Maybe it is not the best way to learn, since they are not the academic practices that we used to have, but I think it is a useful tool,” she said.

The decision of the faculty was criticized from different sectors, on the one hand because an economic stimulus for the students is not contemplated, and on the other, because many students cannot participate due to different circumstances.

Barbara is also an IAR student but did not join the volunteer for work reasons. “I could not sign up because I just work during the volunteer hours. But there are also many students who cannot do it either, since they live with their families and volunteering involves exposure and risk. So this volunteering is not a solution for all. It is only for those who can participate but in the middle many of us are left unable to advance, “he said, exposing the limits of the decision.

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New York extends quarantine requirement to eight more states, including California

He New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, reported that, along with New Jersey and Connecticut, they would expand to eight new states, including California, Georgia and Nevada, the requirement to carry out a 14-day mandatory quarantine for travelers from those regions.

To this restriction are added the states of Iowa, Idaho, Louisiana, Mississippi and Tennessee, according to Cuomo, since their metrics exceed the recommended contagion rates when locating their infection rate on average greater than 10 among 100,000 inhabitants for seven consecutive days.

Territories with a higher average infection rate will also be vetoed. at 10% for seven days, as reported by the governor through a statement.

These eight states add Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, Texas and Utah, for which the 14-day quarantine has been a requirement for almost a week.

“As an increasing number of states across the country struggle with a significant spread of the virus among their communities, New York is taking steps to maintain security during its gradual reopening, based on the data, “said Cuomo.

“We have established metrics for community outreach just as we have established metrics for everything the state does to fight COVID-19, so that eight more states have reached levels of spread of the virus that forces us to require compliance New York travel warnings, which means we will ask people traveling to our state from those territories to be quarantined for 14 days, “added the Democratic leader.

Cuomo also detailed the COVID-19 figures in New York and noted that on the last day there were 524 additional infections, while hospitalizations grew slightly.

The death toll on June 29 was 13, bringing the total death toll from the pandemic in New York City to 24,855.

Total, New York State’s contagion rate is around 1%.

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The work of medical students with Covid patients validates as another subject

The last-year student group of Medicine and Nursing who have paid attention to the health service, commonly known as “Health aid contracts” They will receive credit recognition as professional practices from their respective university. This has been confirmed by Government of Spain in a response to a written question in which he assures that this model, which was already being carried out in some centers at the choice of the management, will be implemented in all.

As the Executive reflects in the parliamentary response to Order SND / 232/2020, of March 15, which adopts measures in the area of ​​human resources and means to manage the health crisis situation caused by Covid- 19, allowed the health authorities of the Autonomous Communities to sign fixed-term employment contracts (health aid) with the students.
Students who received the corresponding remuneration and who, now to questions from the popular parliamentary group, will be able to validate their services. The Executive affirms that “Share” with the PP deputies that “the collaboration of the last year students of Medicine and Nursing during the pandemic must be taken into account and, indeed, The recognition of credits as professional practices by the Universities is foreseen ”.

Health claims that a joint monitoring has been carried out by the Universities and the Autonomous Communities, who carry out the contracts. It must be remembered that many of these seniors were practicing when the great coronavirus outbreak began and were suspended. For this reason, they now celebrate this fact although, they assure, “he comes late”.

Criticism, despite the measure
This way he confirms it Alice Andújar, president of the State Association of Nursing Students (AEEE), in statements to Medical Writing. The representative of the Nursing students assures that many Autonomous Communities had already begun to validate these practices and that when this guideline was necessary it was in early May “and not now”. “He is late,” he stresses.

Although according to the decision, Andujar recalls that “many students were in a limbo without knowing if they would have to return to do internships or they would be validated having passed 50 percent of them.”

In addition, it asks that a solution also be unified for those who could not sign up or subscribe to health aid contracts. Regarding them, the president affirms that “it is also necessary to unify the model so that the remaining credits are validated. Some centers are opting for online courses, etc., so that most of the promotions are already graduating.” Ensures that, if it were not for the universities that have made decisions, “An entire course of nurses would not be graduating and working this summer.”

Free from the university system

In this line, his counterpart in the State Confederation of Medical Students (CEEM), Antonio Pujol de Castro, who despite describing the words of the Executive as “very positive”, criticizes that this recognition comes late, because “the students who volunteered were sixth-grade students, who in most cases they had already finished their careers. Therefore, now, few credits can be validated ”.

For Pujol de Castro, the best measure that the Government could approve would be “direct aid” for those students who have been seriously affected by the Covid-19 coronavirus crisis. “Specific cases such as students who have lost family members who were responsible for paying the university tuition,” he claims.

It is also fair that the Ministry of Education and Universities is committed to “increasing the number and amount of scholarships. Something that is already being done, and that we applaud. But one would have to walk towards the total gratuitousness of the university system ”.

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