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Thoracic and Endocrine Surgery Division also has a teaching role for students at the University of Geneva Faculty of Medicine. In the framework of undergraduate studies, the division receives students through clinical internships and training emergency care physicians. In addition, it provides leadership in fundamental and clinical research work in the Masters program. Finally, the division admits surgeons in their rotation year for research purposes.
The HUG Rheumatology Division organizes postgraduate training seminars open to doctors in private practice.
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:
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
The Dermatology Division accepts 1 doctor each year for postgraduate training.
The division is a Category A institution according to the FMH, which means that full training can take place in this division.
Ophthalmology courses for medical students are structured as follows:
The Oncology Division is involved in the training of future doctors, specialists in oncology and provides continuing education for general practitioners.
Pre-Graduate training provided by senior physicians in the Oncology Division is primarily intended for students in human medicine but also other health-related professions.
For more information about pre-graduate Training (FR) >>