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The HUG Hematology Division participates in the undergraduate and postgraduate training of physicians.
Physicians of the Hematology Division participate in the following training modules of the Geneva Faculty of Medicine:
The Adult Psychiatry Unit has its own continuing medical training program that provides more independence and visibility for its essential missions as a university division, and supporting continuing education for doctors, particularly in the community.
To achieve this, a three-part program has been set up:
The Gastroenterology and Hepatology Division provides undergraduate and postgraduate training for doctors.
Moreover the Division’s managers are regularly called upon to make presentations (FR) at international conferences.
This involves students studying to be doctors, but also for all professions linked to the field of health, such as nurses, physiotherapists, and others.
Aimed at future cardiology specialists. It is therefore particularly important to ensure university recruitment and to guarantee high quality medical practice.
/sites/interhug/files/structures/neuroreeducation/08_2017.pdfThe staff of the Neuro-Rehabilitation Division are actively involved in the education and training of doctors and of the various professions working in neuro-rehabilitation.
The Neuro-Rehabilitation Division is accredited by the FMH as a teaching facility:
Category D (2 years)
Neuro-Rehabilitation (1 year), not cumulative
Trois-Chêne SMI-R is actively involved in medical student education (Introduction to Clinical Procedures unit, clinical skills program, learning in a clinical environment and participation in a number of committees), and in organizing on-site postgraduate training at Trois-Chêne.
Who to contact?
Introduction to Clinical Procedures Unit - UIDC
Head of Block IV Neuropsychogeriatrics: Prof. Gabriel Gold: +41 79 55 38 235
Administrative Office: Mrs. Brigitte Faleur: +41 79 55 38 330