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  • 1. AUTHORITIES Rector Ing. Javier Andrés Macchi rector@iugr.edu.arVice-Rector for Administration Organisation Dr. Gerardo Strada Saenz gerardostrada@gmail.com Vice-Rector for Academic Organisation Lic. Arturo Gustavo Forcher aforcher@iugr.edu.ar Academic Coordinators:Degree in Kinesiology and Physical Therapy Lic. Gabriel Converso kinesiologia@iugr.edu.ar Degree in Occupational Therapy Lic. Mariel Pellegrini terapiaocupacional@iugr.edu.ar Degree in Orthotics and Prosthesics Lic. Juan Carlos Basadonna ortesisyprotesis@iugr.edu.ar Degree in Educational Psychology Lic. Ofelia Madile psicopedagogia@iugr.edu.arDirector of the Teaching Staff Department Lic. Mónica Priotti docencia@iugr.edu.ar Director of the Research Department Ing. Roberto Martínez direcciondeinvestigacion@iugr.edu.ar Director of the Extension Department Arq. Adelqui Borgobello extension@iugr.edu.ar Director of the Postgraduate Department Lic. Raúl Beribé posgrado@iugr.edu.arDirector of the Institucional Evaluation Unit Lic. María Eugenia Rovetto evaluacioninstitucional@iugr.edu.ar Secretary for Cultural Affairs Sra. Haydeé Gruvman hgruvman@fgr.org.ar Secretary for Internacional Relations Lic. María Eugenia Noriega internacional@iugr.edu.ar
  • 2. Instituto Universitario del Gran RosarioHistoryThe Fundación del Gran Rosario, began operating in 2000, for the purposes ofdeepening the work on academic training, drafting of projects and proposalsaimed at encouraging the cultural, scientific and technological development ofRosario and its surrounding areas.As from inception, it promotes Higher Education activities seeking academicexcellence and sustainable regional development, mainly in areas of knowledgestill lacking in this region, such as Rehabilitation and Movement Sciences.Thus, the Foundation implemented graduate and postgraduate courses under anAcademic Agreement with the Universidad Nacional de San Martin. Such experi-ence constituted a strength that led the Foundation to create the InstitutoUniversitario del Gran Rosario (IUGR), which entity is operating on a self-governingbasis since 2006. 4
  • 3. Instituto Universitario del Gran RosarioCreationThe Instituto Universitario del Gran Rosario (IUGR) is a higher education institution,operating on a self-governing basis as to academic and institutional matters,engaged in Health Sciences, specially developing Rehabilitation and MovementSciences, a discipline still lacking in this region.Provisionally authorized by the Argentine Government in 2006, the IUGR beganoperating in 2008, with graduate and postgraduate courses, subject to strictevaluation by the Argentine Commission of University Evaluation andAccreditation [Comisión Nacional de Evaluación y Acreditación Universitaria](CONEAU).The IUGRs foundational purpose is to be an institution with academic excellence soas to become a referent for the city of Rosario and its surrounding area. For suchpurpose, it counts on a faculty consisting of teachers and professors with a relevantacademic and professional career, and it also encourages research activities andlinks to society.The IUGRs main mission is to train professionals working on an interdisciplinarybasis both in clinic and care for the patient, boosting and prioritizing peoplesabilities, taking individuals as an integral being in constant social interaction.The broad pre-professional practice system the IUGR has managed to draw upconstitutes an essential pillar for the training of such professionals. Through theHealth Care Teaching Units [Unidades Docentes Asistenciales], located both inpublic and private health institutions of the city of Rosario and its surroundingarea, students from all courses of studies, conduct their pre-professional practice,under their teachers constant supervision. Since 2011, this practice system isavailable to students from other countries through the Pre-professional PracticeInternational Program.Another fundamental element in this training process, is the academic exchangewith renowned universities in the areas of rehabilitation and movement. In thisrespect, the IUGR encourages the creation of cooperation links to institutions in 5
  • 4. Instituto Universitario del Gran Rosarioour country and from abroad, in order to foster the ongoing improvement ofacademic quality, as well as encouraging the exchange of students, teachers andresearchers.Simultaneously, the IUGR is actively engaged in the attention of persons withdisabilities, by developing initiatives aimed at improving their quality of life andpromoting equal opportunities, mainly in the labor area. An example of thiscommitment is the recently created Inclusive Rosario University Center (CURI)[Centro Universitario Rosario Inclusiva], exclusively intended to support andencourage this type of activities. 6
  • 5. Instituto Universitario del Gran RosarioGraduate courses: Degree in Kinesiology and Physical Therapy Approved by Ministry Resolution No. 1243/07 Degree in Occupational Therapy Approved by Ministry Resolution No. 1243/07 Degree in Orthosis and Prosthesis Approved by Ministry Resolution No. 158/09 Degree in Educational Psychology Approved by Ministry Resolution No. 755/11 Degree in Physical Activity Starting in February 2013 7
  • 6. Instituto Universitario del Gran RosarioDegree in Kinesiology and Physical Therapy (5 years)A professional with a Degree in Kinesiology and Physical Therapy is a universitygraduate whose competence is shown in knowledge, abilities, skills and attitudesin activities of health promotion, maintenance, prevention and recovery. Theyhave skills to act with a comprehensive vision respecting all and any human beingsand societys ethical, moral and cultural principles.Such professionals have knowledge on anatomy, histology, physiology, semiologyand pathology enabling them to work in the clinic of surgical medical diseases. Inaddition, they have specific discipline knowledge that make it possible for them todetermine and perform evaluations and kinesiological physiotherapies adjusted toeach health-disease process, and to plan general and/or special health services andservices relating to audits, experts opinions and labor functional examinations. 8
  • 7. Instituto Universitario del Gran RosarioDegree in Occupational Therapy (4 years)The performance of a professional with a Degree in Occupational Therapy isrelated to rehabilitation and movement. The goal of the new concept of rehabilita-tion is to reinstate the capacity of people, focusing on participation, self-determination and equal opportunities. Such professionals provide services topersons of different age groups whose occupational performance is interrupted orthreatened by a situation of stress, disease, disability or accident, among others.The curricular design of the course of studies is oriented to training from an inter-disciplinary perspective, since it is necessary to take into account that any alter-ations that may occur in certain areas (organic, psychic, social) may cause an imbal-ance in other areas: this solution of problems shows a broader and more compre-hensive concept and evidences a new rehabilitation model. 9
  • 8. Instituto Universitario del Gran RosarioDegree in Educational Psychology (5 years)The intervention of a professional with a Degree in Educational Psychology isfocused on the promotion of operating forms of learning at all instances of thedevelopment of persons, from children to the elderly. Such professional works onan interdisciplinary basis on prevention, diagnosis and treatment, in public andprivate institutions in the areas of health, social and community, education, laborand forensic matters.Learning constitutes a complex issue, since it comprises several factors, and in suchcomplexity the fracture is more evident. The purpose of the IUGRs plan of studiesfor the Degree in Educational Psychology is to train Educational Psychologists witha solid theoretical and practical training that may assure an accountable, ethical,pertinent, creative and essentially human professional practice, supported on astrict academic training. 10
  • 9. Instituto Universitario del Gran RosarioDegree in Orthosis and Prosthesis (4 years)The professional with a Degree in Orthosis and Prosthesis is capable of designing,manufacturing, adjusting and assembling orthopedics elements for people withdisabilities, that contribute to improving their quality of life. Their main goal is tofind equipment to achieve the patients physical rehabilitation, not setting asidetheir full integration into society.Their professional scope comprises intervention in different areas requiring theorthotics and prosthetics approach, such as traumatology, neuromuscular,musculoskeletal, rheumatology, and sports medicine areas, among others. Suchscope also covers activities related to the planning and arrangement of generalhealth services and/or special orthotics and prosthetics services, both in the publicand private sector. 11
  • 10. Instituto Universitario del Gran RosarioDegree in Physical Activity (4 years)The Degree in Physical Activity is intended to provide students with appropriatescientific training in basic and specific aspects related to Physical Activity andTraining, as well as the relevant methods and techniques.During the course of studies, students will be provided with practical experimenta-tion, they will acquire theoretical and practical foundations, and they will experi-ence practical knowledge to be used in recreational, sports, physical fitness andsports performance activities.This is a four-year course of studies intended to training human resources capableof understanding the complexity of new paradigms related to Physical Activity andTraining.Our goals: To train Professionals with a Degree in Physical Activity with a sound theo-retical and practical education that may assure a responsible, ethical, appropriateand creative professional practice based on strict academic training. To train Professionals that may contribute a vision and practice of the basicand specific aspects related to Physical Activity and Training with respect to thedifferent age groups. To train Professionals that may have the methodological theoretical set-tings regarding research, with an interdisciplinary criterion enabling the develop-ment of new models based on the paradigm of Physical Activity and Training. To train Professionals capable of giving advice and intervening in differentinstitutional environments to meet the specific needs of human life qualityimprovement. To train Professionals that may interact in different contexts, such as recre-ational, sports, physical fitness and sports performance activities. 12
  • 11. Instituto Universitario del Gran RosarioPre-professional practiceThe Health Care Teaching Units, located in premises of public and private healthcare institutions in our city, constitute a pre-professional practice environment forstudents. Simultaneously, they are part of a system of expansion towards thecommunity through which IUGRs students perform health care works. By means ofthese Units, the provincial health system relies on the contribution from IUGRsstudents and teachers, whereas the IUGR enriches and boosts its professionalstraining quality.Since the end of 2011, this practice system is available to international students,through the Professional Practice International Program.Kinesiology and Physical Therapy:Under their tutors strict supervision, students perform collaborative tasks forprevention, rehabilitation and treatment of patients with surgical and non-surgical chronic pathologies in 19 health care institutions (high and mediumcomplexity primary care centers). Thus, in recent years, more than 60,000 annualpractices have been performed.Occupational Therapy:Students perform practices in the areas of Gerontology and Geriatrics, PhysicalDysfunction, Psychological and Social Dysfunctions, Labor and Community Health.At present, Second Year students have provided care approximately to 100 patientsof the Provincial Geriatrics Hospital throughout this year.Educational Psychology:As from the Fourth Year, students perform practices both in Education and Clinicareas, in several Education and Health Institutions in Rosario and the surroundingareas, covering an average of 1,000 hours/year of practice, which are added to thehours in the Office of the Health Care Teaching Unit of Educational Psychology.Orthosis and Prosthesis:Under an instructors supervision, students perform activities of observation,evaluation and equipment manufacture in the Health Care Teaching Unit installed 13
  • 12. Instituto Universitario del Gran Rosarioat the Orthosis and Prosthesis Lab of the ILAR (Institute of Anti-Polio Fight andRehabilitation of Disabled People) [Instituto de Lucha Antipoliomielítica yRehabilitación del Lisiado], of the Municipality of Rosario, under a schedule of upto 3 hours/day. The Labs Service Chief is a Professional with a Degree in Orthosisand Prosthesis.In 2004, in collaboration with the Municipality of Rosario, the first actions weretaken to start up our Lab, with the goals of producing orthotics and prostheticsequipment and generating specific rehabilitation equipment for people receivingattention at municipal public health care providers. In 2010, the Principal of theIUGR, the Governor of the Province of Santa Fe, the Municipality of Rosario and theOrthosis and Prosthesis Lab of the ILAR, executed an Agreement aimed at consoli-dating such actions, renewing the commitment to satisfy the needs of the regionfor orthotics and prosthetics assistance. Orthosis and Prosthesis Lab Under an Agreement with the Municipality of Rosario and San Martín National University 14
  • 13. Instituto Universitario del Gran RosarioPostgraduate Courses Major in Sports Kinesiology and Physical Therapy Approved by Ministry Resolution No. 490/09 ME Major in Cardiorespiratory Kinesiology and PhysicalTherapy (Starting in 2012) Favorably evaluated by CONEAU – Project No. 10417/09 15
  • 14. Instituto Universitario del Gran RosarioMajor in Sports Kinesiology and Physical Therapy(750 hours)The Major in Sports Kinesiology and Physical Therapy is intended to train specialistswith a high academic level, capable of satisfying the needs and demands of integralintervention of Sports Kinesiology and Physical Therapy.It is based on an initial module of interdisciplinary training regarding sportspathology, physical activity and related diseases.Then, there is specific sports rehabilitation training in seminars with the corepurpose of integrating theory and practice, through a remarkable practicalapproach of the modalities and resources used by kinesiology professionals amongtheir therapy strategies.The third section of training ends up in a final module (internships in specializedcenters) where all theoretical and practical knowledge acquired during the courseof studies is integrated with practice related to sports kinesiology and physicaltherapy. 16
  • 15. Instituto Universitario del Gran RosarioMajor in Cardiorespiratory Kinesiology and Physical TherapyThe Major in Cardiorespiratory Kinesiology and Physical Therapy is intended totrain specialists with a high academic level, capable of satisfying the needs anddemands of integral intervention of Kinesiology applied to respiratory and cardiacpathologies in adults and children.This postgraduate course is structured on five topics, distributed in two years: I. Kinesiology and Physical Therapy in Pediatric Respiratory Care. II. Kinesiology and Physical Therapy in Adult Respiratory Rehabilitation. III. Kinesiology and Physical Therapy in Adult Critical Care. IV. Kinesiology and Physical Therapy in Adult Cardiac Rehabilitation. V. Methodology.The first four topics are divided into modules, based on an arrangement andsubsequent sequence starting with the development of Basic Sciences (Anatomy,Physiology, Diagnostic Imaging, etc.) and then specific kinesiology and physicaltherapy techniques are addressed, to conclude with health care practice inspecialized centers.The Methodology topic is divided into two modules: the first one comprisescontents of research Methodology oriented to Health Sciences, and the second is aWorkshop for the Final Paper. 17
  • 16. Instituto Universitario del Gran RosarioOngoing TrainingAccording to the guidelines governing the IUGR, our non-delegable social respon-sibility is to train professionals who work on an interdisciplinary basis in thepatients clinic and care. In order to professionalize such ongoing training, theIUGR develops training programs that may allow: the encouragement of specialization and proficiency processes in thetraining of university graduates the development of ongoing training devices required to promotechanges and innovations necessary at regional level the strengthening of a scientific and technological training in areas ofknowledge and development inherent in the IUGR The courses, workshops and seminars offered from time to time are thefollowing:Neurological Rehabilitation Area:- Basic and Advanced Course on Adult Hemiplegia assessment and treatment. BobathConcept.- Course on Stroke Rehabilitation.- Neuropsychological Approach in Post Stroke Rehabilitation Therapies.- Basic Course on Propioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation. Kabat Method.- Propioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation applied to Occupational Therapy.- Occupational Therapy for Spinal Cord Injuries.- Occupational Therapy for Stroke and Traumatic Brain Injury Aftereffects.- Analysis of Normal Movement.- Neurorehabilitation of Neurological Disorders.- Course on Spinal Cord Injuries.- Cardiorespiratory Rehabilitation.- Respiratory Rehabilitation - Kinesiology. 18
  • 17. Instituto Universitario del Gran RosarioManual Therapy Area:- Manipulative Therapies Seminar.- Manipulative Therapies Postgraduate Course.- Myofascial Induction Seminars.- Neural Mobilization Course.Sports Kinesiology Area:- Course on Rehabilitation of sports-related injuries.- Refresher Course on Physical Therapy.- Annual Course on Sports Medicine, Orthopedics and Kinesiology.Aquatic Rehabilitation Area:- Aquatic Rehabilitation Refresher Course.Occupational Therapy Area:- Neurodevelopment.- Occupational Sciences.Orthosis and Prosthesis Area:- Materials Technology.- Computer Aided Design. 19
  • 18. Instituto Universitario del Gran RosarioCongressesSpanish Argentine Kinesiology Congress Every two years since 2005, the Spanish ArgentineSports Kinesiology Congress is held at the City of Rosario. In2007, such Congress was held in parallel with the First SpanishArgentine Neurorehabilitation Congress and the RehabilitationScience Research Symposium. In 2009, the Congress was mainlyfocused on Cardiorespiratory Rehabilitation and ManualTherapies. Both Spanish and Argentine specialized speakerspresent their lectures on the scheduled subjects. Conferences,round tables, workshops, free topics, and posters are some ofthe modalities of this mega academic activity. In May 2011, the IUGR arranged and certified the IVSpanish Argentine Kinesiology Congress, based on the follow-ing topics: Rehabilitation in Orthopedics, Traumatology andSports.Interdisciplinary and Disability Congress The First Interdisciplinary and Disability Congress wasarranged in 2009 jointly with La Casa del Sol Naciente. SuchCongress was addressed to professionals and students ofOccupational Therapy, Special Education, Kinesiology,Educational Psychology, Education and careers related to healthand education. This Congress had more than twenty lecturers,and Erna Imperatore Blanche, Ph.D. OTR/L, from SouthernCalifornia University of Los Angeles, USA, was the keynotespeaker.First Educational Psychology Regional Congress The First Educational Psychology Regional Congress“Educational Psychology: Contexts and Learning” was held,during three days, in October 2010. The Congress was addressedto Professionals with a Degree in Educational Psychology,Educational Psychologists, Psychologists, Speech Therapists,Professionals with a Degree in Education Sciences andProfessionals, Students and Teachers of related disciplines, at alllevels and of any modalities. Such Congress counted on morethan 30 lecturers and the audience exceeded 550 people. 20
  • 19. Instituto Universitario del Gran RosarioLinksCouncil of Rectors of Private Universitieswww.crup.org.arThe IUGR together with other Private Universities of Argentina constitute theCouncil of Rectors of Private Universities (CRUP) [Consejo de Rectores de lasUniversidades Privadas], a body for representation and inquiry of all memberentities, and before the State.The CRUP has the following duties: - It represents, on a jointly basis, all authorized private universities. - It plans the courses of studies of private university education andcoordinates this task with the competent bodies of the Argentine Ministry ofEducation and of the Councils of Principals of State and Provincial Universities. - It renders an opinion before the Ministry of Education in the eventsprovided for in legal rules and regulations, on any issues affecting privateuniversity education. - It collaborates and encourages mutual cooperation between memberentities, for the achievement of goals and objectives inherent in a university, and ofprivate initiative in university higher education.The CRUP takes part in the following Commissions within the scope of theArgentine Ministry of Education: 1. Argentine Commission for Higher Education Improvement [ComisiónNacional Para el Mejoramiento de la Enseñanza Superior] 2. University Council [Consejo de Universidades] (CU) 3. Argentine Commission of University Evaluation and Accreditation[Comisión Nacional de Evaluación y Acreditación Universitaria] (CONEAU) 4. Council of Higher Education Regional Planning [Consejo de PlanificaciónRegional de Educación Superior] (CPRES)The Council of Rectors of Private Universities is formed by private entitiesauthorized by the Argentine Government. 21
  • 20. Instituto Universitario del Gran RosarioRosario Private UniversitiesHigher Education Joint ProjectRosario Private Universities (UPROS) is a joint higher education project comprising,since 2009, three universities of the city of Rosario: Instituto Universitario Italianode Rosario (IUNIR), Universidad del Centro Educativo Latinoamericano (UCEL), andInstituto Universitario del Gran Rosario (IUGR).The principal offices of these three institutions are in the city of Rosario, and theyoffer a wide range of excellent and customized education on a personalattendance basis. In order to make the links to local society even closer, the jointpurpose of IUNIR, UCEL and IUGR is to boost the investment made by each one ofthese institutions by contributing to the scientific and technological developmentof our region and promoting solidarity actions.As a whole, Rosario Private Universities provide a thorough academic offer,covering almost all the offers of university studies existing in our city.Commitment to Rosario and the regionWith the purpose of boosting Higher Education in our city and in the region, intheir charters, Rosario Private Universities, by means of their Principals, agree totake all actions required to strengthen each one of the member Institutions, todevelop joint Research Programs, to strengthen and fostering joint Expansionactions, to spread Art and Culture, to facilitate the use of Libraries for teachers andstudents, and to allow the exchange of teachers, students and researchers, thusencouraging proficiency in their activities. 22
  • 21. Instituto Universitario del Gran RosarioLocationThe IUGR is located in the city of Rosario, the second largest populated city inArgentina, with one of the most important Public Health Systems in Latin America.Rosario is strategically located in the humid “Pampa”, on the West margin of theParaná River, only 300 km (186 miles) north and 30 minutes by air from BuenosAires, the capital of our country. Arising in the 18th century as the “Pago de losArroyos”, Rosario became a city in 1852. This was the beginning of a period of rapidgrowth for the city, which developed into the second most important city ofArgentina and one of the most booming cities of South America in just a fewdecades.In Rosario In Santa FeCorrientes 1254 - (2000) Urquiza 4640-(3000)Tel: 0341 4110506 / 4451035 Tel: 0342-4562445info@iugr.edu.ar santafe@iugr.edu.arLaprida 1266 - (2000) In Venado TuertoTel: 0341 4477505 / 4495982 Santa Fe 1859-(2600)psicopedagogia@iugr.edu.ar Tel: 0342-461123 infovt@iugr.edu.ar 23

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