One of the primary functions of university professors in Faculties of Medicine is teaching the Doctorate or Third Cycle of university studies since the doctorate plays a fundamental role of intersection between the EHEA and the EEI, and the doctors must lead the transfer from knowledge to the welfare of society.PresentationExcept for a few exceptions, the university professors of the Faculties of Medicine belonging to the departments and areas of knowledge in charge of teaching clinical subjects, are professors linked to the respective autonomous health institutions, having a unique job in which they also Of the teaching obligations they have care obligations, essential in turn to impart practical teaching to students of the Degree in Medicine.
In this context, doctoral programs involve monitoring the training of the future specialist, with annual evaluations by the Teaching Committee of each hospital center with accredited teaching, in which the tutors of residents of each service participate. In this way, the resident doctors of each clinical specialty, participate from their first year of training in all the scientific and training activities carried out in the respective hospital services in the form of participation in clinical sessions, meetings and congresses, publications in the journals of the respective specialties, etc. In this context, it is evident that those interested in the research lines of each medical specialty are the respective specialists, both in training, and those who, already in the exercise of their specialty, are incorporated into a center third-level hospital, especially university centers, since at least a large part of the practical teaching of Medicine will fall on them.
Participating in this program are the Departments of Surgery, Dermatology and Otolaryngology, Medicine, Obstetrics and Gynecology and Pediatrics of the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Santiago. Likewise, the hospital services of each of the medical specialties involved, of the Santiago University Hospital Complex participate in this. It is not a closed program, but will remain open to the incorporation of new members to existing teams, and the creation of new lines of research or modification of existing ones, seeking a transversal grouping in basic lines of research. it is timely. It is also open to the incorporation of other existing university hospital centers in the Autonomous Community of Galicia. Given that it is aimed primarily at medical specialists in training, the national regulations that must be respected must be taken into account, and where the training tasks of each specialty are detailed, which will be taken into account when evaluating doctoral candidates.ProfileStudents who took the official master's degrees in Health Sciences offered by the USC or by other Spanish Universities will have direct access, without the need to take training supplements.
You will also have direct access, without the need for additional training, to Graduates in Medicine, Biology, Pharmacy and Chemistry who, by accessing the National MIR Program, will exceed the first two years of training within the currently recognized medical specialties in Spain. In the event that the applicant is undergoing training as a specialist in health centers other than CHUS, the Doctoral Program Commission may request information from the Teaching Commissions of the health centers where this training is carried out, verifying that they have accredited teaching, and requesting the qualifications obtained in their first two years of training.
Other profiles:Graduates and Graduates in Medicine, Biology, Pharmacy and Chemistry who, by accessing the MIR training program, do not exceed the second year of training in their specialties.
Graduates in Medicine who do not obtain the Diploma of Advanced Studies, and Graduates in Medicine, Biology, Pharmacy and Chemistry, who do not pass the entrance exam to the National Training Program for Specialist Physicians.In the event that students lack the complete prior training required for admission without training supplements, admission will be conditional on passing specific training supplements. The academic committee will evaluate each case individually, establishing the necessary training supplements (up to a maximum of 15 ECTS).
Students with a non-homologated foreign degree may apply for admission to doctoral studies provided that a level of training equivalent to that of the official Spanish university Master's degree is accredited and the person who holds it in the country issuing the degree is empowered to access to Doctoral Studies. This admission will not imply, in any case, the homologation of the previous degree or the recognition for other purposes than those of access to these teachings.
AdmissionThe merits that will be assessed by the commission will be the following:Thesis project endorsed by one of the members of the teaching teams proposed as research lines, who meet the necessary requirements to be appointed as directors in this doctoral program.
Academic record in the Undergraduate / Bachelor's degree and in the postgraduate studies corresponding to the training period of doctoral programs (DEA or Master in Health Sciences carried out in other Spanish or foreign universities).
Qualifications obtained in the entrance exams to the MIR training program, and those obtained in the course of their training as a specialist.
Optionally, interview with the CAPD.
As a general rule, applicants are required to have sufficient knowledge of English, as it is the main language for scientific communication, equivalent to a B1 level.In the event that the applicant wishes to contribute other merits that he considers relevant, he must contact the CAPD.