Evaluation of the Health Promotion Graduate Profile, an Institutional Experience
Andrea Angulo Menassé, Edgar C. Jarillo Soto, Roselia Rosales Flores

This work examines the graduate profile of the bachelor’s program in health promotion at the Autonomous University of Mexico City (Universidad Autónoma de la Ciudad de México (UACM, Spanish acronym)), which represents the university’s perspective on trainingfor this profession. The formulated graduate profile presented on the university’s website is compared with the results from the evaluation of the students’ internships and final projects. The purpose is to assess the consistencies and differences in the graduate profile as well as related challenges. The findings show that the university portrays an image of what the health promotion graduate “should be” but it lacks information about the actual profile of the students.

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