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Medical Toxicology enters the list of practice areas recognized in the country

Change is a new addition to the update of the criteria for recognition of medical specialties

 
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Some practice areas have had their travel time increased to two years, such as Pediatric Cardiology
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Some practice areas have had their travel time increased to two years, such as Pediatric Cardiology

The Federal Council of Medicine (CFM), through Resolution 2005/12, updated to Resolution 1973, which establishes criteria for the recognition of specialties and areas of expertise in medicine, and how to grant titles and records. It maintained a list of 53 medical specialties prevailing in the preceding text, with changes in seven specialties, but the novelty is the inclusion of Medical Toxicology in respect of practice areas recognized in the country.

The area of ​​operation was included Medical Toxicology, interface with specialties in Internal Medicine, Critical Care Medicine, Pediatrics and Pulmonology.

New material brings changes for the recognition of medical residency programs, training times and rules on the operation of the Joint Commission Specialties. The CME is intended to discuss the recognition of medical specialties and areas of expertise. It also proposes the inclusions or exclusions.

Was established within two years of adaptation to medical residency programs to changes determined by resolution. Earlier, the National Commission of Medical Residency (CNRM) only authorized the medical residency programs in specialties and practice areas listed in the guideline.

Some training times also have changed, as the specialty of Oncology / Oncology Clinic, who had changed his training two to three years.

They also had the training time increased from one to two years the following areas: Pediatric Cardiology, Pediatric Endocrinology, Pediatric Gastroenterology, Pediatric Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition, Pediatric Nutrition, Pediatric Pulmonology and Pediatric Rheumatology.

The area of ​​operation Interventional Cardiology was also extended to specialists in pediatrics with certificate field in Pediatric Cardiology. The area of ​​operation was also extended to pain specialists in Internal Medicine.

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