TWENTY-THREE young Saint Lucian students have been selected to study Integral Community Medicine in Venezuela.
This information has come from the Vice President of Scholarships, Agreements and Popular Power of the Grand Mariscal Foundation of Ayacucho (Fundayacucho), to the Embassy of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela in Castries and was transmitted immediately to the successful applicants.
Integral Community Medicine is a programme that proposes to train doctors with an elevated social, humanistic, ethical, scientific and technical commitment, with diagnostic and therapeutic competencies, capable of offering integral medical attention applying the processes of advocacy, healing and rehabilitation of the individual, family, community and environment.
The Embassy of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela in Castries will begin an intensive course in the Spanish Language for the scholarship holders in the coming days. The classes will be offered at the Venezuelan Institute for Culture and Cooperation (IVCC), located in Castries. The academic activities are expected to begin from the month of June 2015.
The successful Saint Lucian applicantsae:
KervinKurch Alcindor, ShernicePernel Alfred, Rhoda Francine Anthony, Bridget Rochelle Brown,
Rochelle Kristie Calderon, SueannShelvaCharlemange, CheslerDara Duncan, Dorian Glensha Edward, ZinaKrisherl Francois, Wennel Anselm Gabriel, Stacy Elaine Gilbert, Nyah-Marie Alexandra Gould, Bryson Hilaire, Aran Jade JnMarie, JelaniWyonelDesi Joseph, JazziePatrickaMathurin, KernetaDiahnaleeMonero, ChaniquaWaynella Moses, Ariel Sherrie Nicholas, Maurine Noellien, Darla Luvina Pierre, Johnathan Mathias Symphorien and Malachi Ryan O’Brien.