New boost to human resources in public health in the middle of the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic. The East Health Management Area of ??Málaga-Axarquía held a welcome meeting this Friday with the sixteen new Resident Internal Specialists (EIR) who join the Area to complete their training and provide the necessary degree of experience to the knowledge acquired during their university studies.
During the welcoming ceremony, the new residents have been received by the Directorate of the Area and the Local Teaching Commission, who have offered them an overview of the teaching and care functions that they will perform during their years of residence. The specialties in which they begin their training are Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Orthopedic Surgery and Traumatology and in the Family and Obstetric-Gynecological nursing specialties (midwife).
With this act of reception it is not only intended to offer a warm welcome to these new residents who are joining, but also to ?make them participate in the values ??and projects that define the area and that guide their lines of work, among them their commitment to teaching. and its constant interest in increasing the number of training specialties ", as highlighted by the Board in a statement.
The manager of the Area, Miguel Moreno, wished the new specialists "the best" in their professional career, highlighting the excellence of the EIR system, as a guarantee of specialized quality training and the importance of never stopping training, " to maintain the high level of quality of the public health system ?.
Resident Internal Specialist
The EIR (Internal Resident Specialist) System, valid throughout the national territory, is a training method for postgraduates, based on active participation in care as an important line of learning, in which the physician acquires a greater degree of responsibility. , although it is subject to continuous and close supervision by the medical and nursing staff of the workforce.
"The ultimate goal is to allow them to achieve the knowledge and professional responsibility necessary for the autonomous exercise of the specialty, through their integration into the ordinary care and emergency activity of the different health devices," they concluded.