The National Institute of Educational Studies and Research Anísio Teixeira (Inep) released this Wednesday (11) the final result of the first stage of the National Exam for Revalidation of Medical Diplomas Issued by a Foreign Higher Education Institution (Revalida) 2022/1. Participants can check whether they have reached the required score through the Revalidation System.
The first part of the exam was administered on March 6, in eight cities. Answers about resources referring to the preliminary results of the discursive test are also available. Participants who passed this first stage are able to register on Monday from this Friday (13).
Candidates who have passed the theoretical exam who have failed the practical part of the 2020 or 2021 editions of Revalida can also apply directly to the clinical skills stage of Revalida 2022/1. The application will take place on the 25th and 26th of June.
Applied since 2011 by Inep, Revalida seeks to subsidize the revalidation, in Brazil, of the undergraduate medical degree issued abroad.
The exam consists of two stages (theoretical and practical) that address, in an interdisciplinary way, the five major areas of medicine: internal medicine, surgery, gynecology and obstetrics, pediatrics and family and community medicine (collective health). To participate in the second stage, it is necessary to have passed the first, which includes objective and discursive tests.
The exam references are care in the context of primary, outpatient, hospital, urgency, emergency and community care, based on the National Curriculum Guidelines for the Medicine Course, associated regulations and professional legislation. The objective is to assess the skills, competences and knowledge necessary for the professional practice appropriate to the principles and needs of the Unified Health System (SUS).
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