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STRUCTURE OF RESIDENCIES FOR PHARMACISTS IN BRAZIL: A NATIONWIDE SURVEY

  • At: 2019 FIP Congress in AbuDhabi (United Arab Emirates)
  • Type: Poster
  • By: FRADE, Joselia (Brazilian Federal Council of Pharmacy, Presidency assessor, Brazil)
  • Co-author(s): Joselia Cintya Quintao Pena Frade: Brazilian Federal Council of Pharmacy,
    Walter da Silva Jorge João: Brazilian Federal Council of Pharmacy,
    Erlandson Uchôa Lacerda: Brazilian Federal Council of Pharmacy, Brazil
    Tarcísio José Palhano: Brazilian Federal Council of Pharmacy,
    Rafael Mota Pinheiro: University of Brasília, Brazil
    Roberto Canquerini da Silva: Institute Brazil of Graduation, Brazil
    Hellen Karoline Maniero: University of Brasília, Brazil
    Lucas Miyake Okumura: Mapesolutions, Brazil
    Patrícia Carvalho Baruel Okumura: Brazilian Federal Council of Pharmacy
  • Abstract:

    Background

    Created in 1997 and consolidated in 2005 (Law 11129), currently, residencies consist  80% of their work load directed to practice, totaling 5,760 hours in 2 years. 

    Methods

    Cross-sectional study, in which questions were sent to alumni of residence programs about their structure. The questionnaire was elaborated based on documents of the

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Last update 4 October 2019

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