more Doctors: 1,5 thousand professionals will fill job openings nationwide

Graduates doctors outside Brazil undergo a period of reception lasting three weeks.
22/07/2016 13h52 - Updated 22/07/2016 16h02
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Near 1,5 thousand Cuban professionals and overseas trained Brazilians should reach the country until the end of August to fill job openings Program More Doctors. The announcement was made today (22) the Ministry of Health.

Of this total, around 600 professionals already in Brazil, attending the reception and regularizing the documentation before moving to the cities where they work. Among those who have arrived, 300 are Cuba. It is expected that more 250 still landing this week, a total of 1,2 thousand Cuban doctors.

Graduates doctors outside Brazil undergo a period of reception lasting three weeks, when they are approached aspects of the Unified Health System (THEIR), with special focus on primary care, diseases prevalent in Brazil, language skills and ethical and legal aspects of medical practice. They may participate in the professional program that are approved evaluation performed during the reception.

The government is expected that the first batch of professional, with 305 doctors, start reaching 226 municipalities and indigenous district on 8 of August. They also will host a week of on-site where they act. The activities in basic health units start at 15 of August.

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The ministry also announced the publication of a new tender for the selection of doctors for replacement of vacant seats since the last selection process, held in April. altogether, are 502 vacancies in 393 counties. priority, according to the government, It is for Brazilian professionals, having up 27 July to apply.

In case of remaining vacancies, overseas trained doctors will be the next Brazilian squad and, only after, They will be invited foreign professionals and cooperation with the Pan American Health Organization (Guide).

Source: Agency Brazil

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