• Dr. Marlene Hernández Navarro Guayaquil University
  • Dra. Amelia Patricia Panunzio University of Zulia
  • Dr. Jorge Elías Dáher Nader Professor At The University Of Guayaquil, Ecuador
  • Ing. Mario Ángel Royero Moya Miraflores School, Est. Claudia Patricia Fernández Hernández, Guayaquil University, Ecuador
  • Est. Claudia Patricia Fernández Hernández Guayaquil University, Ecuador



Research Competence, Teacher, Student

Abstract [English]

Investigative competencies are necessary to carry out an optimal and efficient research process. Descriptive research is presented whose general objective is to design a proposal of investigative competencies in the areas of the study plan of the medical career. The specific objectives are: to characterize the teachers and students of the medical career, identify the research activities in progress, describe the scientific and technical competences for the performance of the research and design a proposal of investigative competences in the three areas of the plan of study of the medical career of an Ecuadorian university.


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How to Cite

Navarro, M. H., Panunzio, A. P., Dáher Nader, . J. E., Moya, M. Ángel R., & Hernández, E. C. P. F. . (2020). INVESTIGATIVE COMPETENCES IN HEALTH PROFESSIONALS. International Journal of Research -GRANTHAALAYAH, 8(10), 142–146.

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