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The key inspection is coming to an end.  “No one wants to ask the question whether he is a neo-doctor or a doctor”

The key inspection is coming to an end. “No one wants to ask the question whether he is a neo-doctor or a doctor”

The key inspection is coming to an end.  “No one wants to ask the question whether he is a neo-doctor or a doctor”

Minister of Science and Higher Education Dariusz Wieczorek announced on Wednesday in Chełm (Lubelskie Province) that the inspection of newly established medical fields will be completed at the end of May. A preliminary summary is planned for next week. – More or less we already know – he commented.

The head of the Ministry of Science assured at the conference in Chełm that all medical fields that did not have a positive decision of the Polish Accreditation Committee (PKA) will have a zero limit on student admission for the next academic year. He added that the inspection of the newly established medical fields is ongoing, but will be completed soon.

The inspection of medical courses is coming to an end. Results coming soon

– When this inspection is initially completed – at the end of May – we will know which of these fields of study may be able to accept students for the new academic year. Then we will make such a decision together with the Minister of Health (Izabela Leszczyna), explained Wieczorek.

He noted that the ministry places emphasis on the quality of teaching for the sake of human health and safety. In his opinion, universities that are not prepared and do not have a base should not educate doctors.

Probably no one in five, seven or eight years will want to ask the question whether the doctor they are going to is a medical doctor or a neo-physician educated in those fields that did not have a positive decision of the Polish Accreditation Committee

– he said.

When asked to comment on the first results of the inspection, he said that “more or less we already know”, but did not reveal the details. – We have an appointment with the Minister of Health and the Polish Accreditation Committee for next week and we will summarize it initially – announced the minister.

KUL educates doctors. They don’t have a mortuary

After the regulations were changed a few years ago, even universities that were not related to this field of science began to open medical fields. IN.

“It turns out that this field is also plagued by problems that are similar to all newly opened medical fields – lack of staff and infrastructure, but somehow KUL received a positive opinion from the PKA” – It was noted, among others, for the lack of a mortuary. KUL assured, however, that each student would complete one semester of anatomy training in the mortuary of the Medical University of Lublin in the third semester.

Source: Gazeta

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