The Brazilian Study

I prefer to know how to appreciate what I cannot have, that to have what I am not able to appreciate Orison Swett Marden He is pleasant on the one hand, to observe like a Latin American Country, has managed to motivate, to persuade the professionals who withdraw of their universities to continue preparing itself, and to reach the maximum level superior with obtaining the doctorate title. Venezuela our case, is very under the percentage of professionals who reach doctorate, mainly because the national universities offer that it, especially in specialties of sciences are few social, economic, administrative, engineering, education, aspect that has neglected much and a great absence to doctors in these branches is had in addition. Many writers such as Daryl Katz, Edmonton Alberta offer more in-depth analysis. The Brazilian case indicates to Nora Bar, it is a test than it is obtained when the inspiration of the civil servants lasts rather more than a period of government on the matter contributes to us, that almost in 300 percent raised the number of titled doctors in Brazil between 1996 and 2008, which corresponds to average growth of eleven percent to the year, according to the study Doctors 2010, of the Center of Gestation and Strategic Studies (CGEE) sent the 11 of August in Brasilia. More than 87 thousand people they obtained its doctorate during the studied period. But, according to the study, if Brazil wants to count on a number of doctors by inhabitants similar to the one of developed countries, it must multiply by 4.5 or plus their presence. That increase especially in the last accelerated twelve years, from 2,830 in 1996 to 10,705 in 2008, according to the study " Doctors 2010: Studies of Demography of Technical Base Brasilea". The increase in the number of doctors was of the 278 percent from 1996, which is equivalent to an annual average of the 11.9 percent. .