Update of the guidelines on sudden cardiac death of the European Society of Cardiology

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Introduction: The training of managers in the education sector is of great importance for the fulfillment of their duties as public servants, given the role they play in the training of citizens and in particular in the socio-moral formation of students of primary education. Objective: To elaborate a training program for the principals of the primary school of Municipality of Regla, with a view to their preparation to apply the socio-moral program. Methods: A diagnosis was made to identify training needs. The preparation program for the period 2016-2017 was analyzed. 100% of the directors of the elementary schools and municipal managers in Regla were interviewed. The program was validated with specialists. Results: The main difficulties identified in the diagnostic study were: The application of the socio-moral program in primary education is not systematized and there are difficulties in the preparation of the directors to achieve their objectives. A program was created to train the directors of the primary school of the Municipality of Regla, which made it possible to apply the socio-moral program accordingly. Conclusions: The elaborated program made it possible to train the directors of primary education in the Municipality of Regla, and to apply the socio-moral program with greater effectiveness, rigor and recognition by the Education Directorate for the progress made. (English) [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]




Priori, S. G., Aliot, E., Blomstrom-Lundqvist, C., Bossaert, L., Breithardt, G., Brugada, P., … Zipes, D. P. (2003). Update of the guidelines on sudden cardiac death of the European Society of Cardiology. In European Heart Journal (Vol. 24, pp. 13–15). https://doi.org/10.1016/S0195-0668X(02)00809-6

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