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Inv Ed Med 2017;6:e11-2 - DOI: 10.1016/j.riem.2017.01.031
The integration of actions in the residences of occupational medicine: The Faculty of Medicine of the University of São Paulo and the Faculty of Medicine of ABC
Maria José Gimenes, Sá Eduardo Costa, Claudia Esteban, Erika Mendo, Carla Fiori, Priscilla Fernandes
Departamento de Saúde Coletiva da Faculdade de Medicina do ABC, São Paulo

Objectives: To present the Residency Program in Occupational Medicine of the Faculty of Medicine of the ABC (FMABC) and to discuss how the integration with the Residency Program in Occupational Medicine of the Faculty of Medicine of the University of São Paulo contributes to the improvement of the Residents of both institutions.

Methods: An analysis of the documents of the Medical Residency Program in Occupational Medicine of the ABC Medical School describing its structure was performed.

Results: The Medical Residency Program in Occupational Medicine of the ABC Medical School was accredited in 2006 and implemented in 2007. The content of the activities meets the minimum requirements of the National Commission of Medical Residency (CNRM) with integration of clinical activities, Public health and occupational medicine, with a total workload of 5760hours. In the first semester, the activities are developed under the supervision of preceptors of different areas, such as: medical clinic and specialties, emergency orthopedics and outpatient clinic, surgical clinic and intensive unit in hospitals and clinics that make up the school network (Hospitals School) In the prefectures of Santo André, São Bernardo and São Caetano. In addition, there is a cooperation between the latter and the Medical Residency Program in Occupational Medicine of FMUSP, where the residents participate in the theoretical classes - total workload of 576hours, the weekly scientific meetings of residents and the internship in the Occupational Health Service ICHC (SSO). From the second semester until the end of the second year, residents’ training covers internships in companies of different branches of economic activity, in the Engineering, Safety and Occupational Medicine Services, Trade Unions and Public Institutions focused on health care and surveillance Of the ABC worker and São Paulo. The greatest difficulty in implementing the Residency Program is to find and coordinate activities in some public organizations that are willing to offer internships.

Conclusions: The cooperation between the residency programs in Occupational Medicine is of great contribution to the formation of the resident, allowing the experience between services and multidisciplinary teams, qualifying it for Occupational Health area. There is a need for better understanding by some organizations of the benefits they can bring to the training of residents.

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