Representatives of the CEU-Universtiy of San Pablo, of the SUMMA 112 and of TASSICA EMERGENCY, TRAINING & RESEARCH S.A. inaugurated the course “Extrahospital Emergency Medicine” in the conference room Reina Sofia of the Madrid Norte Sanchinarro Hospital.
Today, Dr. Jesús Peláez Fernández, teaching director and director of I+D+I of the HM group and vice dean of the medical faculty of the CEU-Universtiy of San Pablo, Dr. Luis Pardillos Ferrer, coordinator of the SUMMA investigation commission, Dr. Alberto Montarelo Navajo, technical director of TASSICA EMERGENCY, TRAINING & RESEARCH S.A. y Dr. Carlos Isidro Sierra Berrocal managing director of TASSICA EMERGENCY, TRAINING & RESEARCH S.A., inaugurated the course “Extrahospital Emergency Medicine”, which is meant for doctors and will take place until the 14th of July.
It is a refresher course, basically meant for doctors of extrahospital emergency care, and its educational content meets the requirements of the Resolution of December 17th of 2009 of the General Management of Human Resources of Health, according to which there is a certain test procedure for the access to the predetermined places available for Emergency physicians SUMMA 112 of the Health Care of the community of Madrid.
The course is taught with a BLENDED mode (online+attendance classes) and is organized in cooperation with the CEU-Universtiy of San Pablo and the Hospital Group of Madrid. It is very well received by its participants.