Location
  • Argentina
    • Cordoba
Length
4 to 10 weeks
Industry
Biology Chemistry Healthcare Hospitality International Business International Relations Life Sciences Nursing Public Policy Social Work Sustainable Development +1

Program Details

Compensation
Unpaid
Timeframe
Academic Year Fall J-Term Maymester Spring Spring Break Summer Winter Year Round
Housing
Host Family
Language
English
Weekly Hours
30

Pricing

Starting Price
$2,875 USD
Price Details
Application Fee: $45
2022 Program Fee for 4 weeks: $2875
2022 Program Fee for 5 weeks: $3525
2022 Program Fee for 6 weeks: $4175
2022 Program Fee for 7 weeks: $4825
2022 Program Fee for 8 weeks: $5475
2022 Program Fee for 9 weeks: $6125
2022 Program Fee for 10 weeks: $6775
What's Included
Accommodation Some Activities Airport Transfers Some Meals SIM cards Travel Insurance
What's Not Included
Some Activities Airfare Some Meals
Jul 14, 2021
Feb 21, 2019

About Program

Let the world change you in Argentina. Travel to the city of Cordoba, Argentina’s second most populous city and the location of all of CFHI’s programs within the country. You can choose from two sub-focuses for your immersion:

Hospital Medicine & Nursing Focus: Participate in critical conversations with nurse preceptors and take part in focused physical exams, patient histories, and daily hospital rounds while rotating alongside local healthcare personnel
Primary Care and Social Medicine Focus: Experience an intimate style of patient-provider rapport, a relationship and communication style central to successful health outcomes

You will observe and learn in some of the oldest and most renowned teaching hospitals in Latin America and take part in rotations built specifically for the program you have chosen. While not on program, you’ll be free to explore the city on your own and experience Cordoba’s European inspired architecture and food.

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Program Highlights

  • Over the last several years, there has been a concerted effort to provide care to those without insurance through a decentralized network of primary and secondary clinics and hospitals. Travel to Argentina and experience this changing landscape and the ce
  • Join nurse preceptors and others while comparing and contrasting the differences in nursing globally in some of the oldest and most renowned teaching hospitals in Latin America.
  • By the end of the program, participants will have an understanding of the role played by nurses in South America and the special patient-provider relationship unique to Latin American medicine.
  • Participants also become immersed in Argentinean culture and language through conversational and medical Spanish classes while living with local students or families, exploring the vibrant city of Cordoba, and through travel opportunities throughout the r
  • Join nurse preceptors and others while comparing and contrasting the differences in nursing globally in some of the oldest and most renowned teaching hospitals in Latin America.

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Madeline
10/10
Yes, I recommend this program

Cordoba, Argentina

I participated in a two-week Medical Spanish Intensive course in Cordoba, Argentina. The mornings consisted of rounding with Internal Medicine physicians in the hospital and the late afternoons were Spanish classes. We had plenty of time to explore the city, but also time to learn and improve our Spanish. We had a manual which I was impressed with about Argentinian culture as well as a Medical Spanish practice book. My housing was nice (there was no AC, but that is the case in all of Argentina and I had a fan). The cooking by the host mom was amazing (omg so good). We practiced Spanish every night with our host family (a mother and her 9-year-old daughter) and they were very warm and welcoming.
I worked in an infectious disease hospital and was exposed to diseases such as Guillan Barre, Chagas disease, psittacosis pneumonia. The doctors were all very nice. The hospital was different from US hospitals and it was pretty eye-opening seeing how healthcare is delivered in different settings.

What was your funniest moment?
I was struggling with figuring out the time difference even though it is pretty basic. Hours ahead...behind...we laughed a lot at lunch.
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