Postgraduate Medical Education in Czech Republic
Institute for postgraduate medical education is a state education and science organization whose goal is to provide postgraduate and continual education primarily for physicians, dentists, and pharmacists. The Institute was established in 1953 and its original purpose was to organize specialized education and qualifying attestations of physicians and pharmacists. It was, in fact, the first establishment in the Czech Republic to systematically pursue postgraduate education. Aside from providing traditional programs, many activities in new, untraditional but essential areas of medicine, pharmacy, and health care management are being developed. Educational programs are offered in 20 basic specialties and 61 medical subspecialties for physicians, four basic and 12 subspecialties for pharmacist, and in 25 specialized fields for other university-level health care personnel.
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