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Table 1 Competencies in the Social Medicine course in the first semester of 2015

From: Blended learning supported by digital technology and competency-based medical education: a case study of the social medicine course at the Universidad de los Andes, Colombia

1. Acquires basic knowledge related to the concepts of health prevention and health promotion and applies them to the project proposals.
2. Understands the models for approaching the health-disease process, such as the social determinants of health and the ecological model, which are generated from the interaction between the individual, the family, the community. Also understands the risk factors and the protective factors present in these processes.
3. Knows and applies basic concepts of qualitative research as well as psychosocial screening tools used in the holistic approach to individuals.
4. Understands the importance of and reflects about the professional values implicit in team work and in health care in communities. Actions reflect respect for the others.