Scientific Activities

Scientific research, publications, congresses, in-hospital medical teaching, continuous medical training, and education represent essential tools in this context. Continuing education programs for physicians is essential for maintaining standards in the institution; moreover, medical students, paramedics, technicians, and registered nurses are required to pursue a continuous education program. Certifications (with continuous medical education credits) delivered upon completion of an education or training are mandatory to keep administrative files up-to-date for each individual involved in the IHS. The MeD must have an evolutionary behavior to pursue a continuous training, and this is a key issue for efficiency of MeD in healthcare facilities. In addition, he or she must enhance adequate collaboration between the healthcare facility and affiliated institutions, mainly the school of medicine (if any). This culture should be given a high priority and should be included in the institutional policy in order to stay up-to-date in a continuously evolving domain.
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