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Spain to ensure doctors are innovation-ready

This article was originally published in Clinica

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In order to ensure that the accreditation of Spanish doctors keeps pace with technical innovations, the country's top scientific associations have united to develop a unified training programme. Known as "Proyecto ARA", nine associations are drafting a framework based on the technical requirements that doctors face in each of their specialisms. These are: family and community medicine (SemFYC) - a vocal exponent of extending homecare and, as a result, point-of-care diagnostics and e-health; internal medicine (SEMI); pneumology and thoracic surgery (SEPAR); neurology (SEN); nephrology; trauma (SECOT); radiology (SERAM); surgery (AEC); and geriatrics (SEGG). Their recommendations are due to be presented to the regional healthcare authorities, which are responsible for establishing health service standards, by the end of September.

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