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Compulsory examination rebukes over half of graduates in medicine

Of the 2411 participants Examination Cremesp, 54.5% disapproved. 114 had their tests invalidated

 
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Press conference on the outcome of the Examination Cremesp
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Press conference on the outcome of the Examination Cremesp

Among 2411 participants Examination Cremesp, trained in medical schools of the state of São Paulo, 54.5% were disapproved because it hit less than 60% of proof, ie, less than 71 of the 120 questions. The examination included the presence of 2,525 graduates from 28 medical schools in São Paulo that work for more than six years. Of these, 114 had their tests invalidated. The data was released on Thursday (6).

As reported by the Regional Council of Medicine of São Paulo (Cremesp), 2943 graduates enrolled in the exam. Of these, 71 (2.5%) did not attend. Of these 2872, 119 (4.2%) had their tests invalidated (114 of St. Paul and five other states) - with 86 boycotted the exam, marking letter b on all issues, and 33 presented with other evidence standards inconsistent responses.

The evidence invalidated were not considered in calculating the results.

Also attending the examination graduates of 51 different medical courses from other states (347 of total 2872 gifts). How will register at Cremesp and act in the state of São Paulo, they also made the race. The main objective of the examination is to assess Cremesp medical education in the state of São Paulo. Therefore, for some results were not considered participants formed in other states.

The race featured 120 multiple choice objective questions covering common problems of medical practice, diagnosis, treatment, and other situations in nine basic areas: Medicine, Surgery, Pediatrics, Gynecology, Obstetrics, Mental Health, Epidemiology, Basic Sciences and Bioethics.

<b> Low performance in basic areas </ b>

The Examination Cremesp of 2012 shows that there are deficiencies in the training of students in essential fields of medical knowledge. Of note was the low hit rate in Mental Health (average of 41% correct), Public Health (46.1%), general medicine (53.1%) and Gynecology (55.4%).

<b> Private schools had lower mean score </ b>

In the result of Examination Cremesp 2012, according to the nature of the medical schools considering 2753 valid evidence, it was found that the average (percentage of correct answers to the test) was higher among public medical schools (63.74% of hits), compared to participants from private institutions (54.38% correct).

<b> Exam Required </ b>

For the first time, became Cremesp examination required. The proof of participation in the race on Nov. 11 will be required for professional registration in the medical Cremesp. But the record does not depend on the performance or approval. The individual result per student is confidential.

As reported by the board, by law, the Cremesp can not condition the approval on the registration examination. This would require a federal law, such as that established the Examination of OAB, which is pending in Congress.

Registrants who missed the Examination Cremesp on November 11 must present justification.

<b> Referrals </ b>

Also according to the council, the individual notes will be forwarded confidentially to each participant. Medical schools will have a detailed report of student performance by knowledge area, preserving the identity of the trainees. Will also report on the Examination Cremesp the Ministries of Education and Health, the Federal Medical Council, the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate.

Audience <b> students </ b>

A group of about 10 students - most representative academic center of a medical school - was the headquarters of Cremesp, at the time they were released the results of the examination, to know what would happen to those who boycotted the race because who were not able to obtain registration in the Council.

After the conference, Azevedo, Luna and Ayer students received in audience. The president explained that Cremesp evidence that during the process of revision and correction, showed inconsistent results were being analyzed by the Organizing Committee. He said the Cremesp has until January 31 to confirm these results.

Only after the confirmation of the result by the Organizing Committee of Examination Cremesp, newly graduated in medicine can give input to the application for registration. But those who have urgency registry can formalize a request for priority next to Cremesp.

<i> information Cremesp </ i>

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