The Minister of Health, Carolina Darias, has expressed this Thursday her commitment to find a solution to the process of awarding specialized health training places for the Medicine degree “that allows getting as close as possible to a face-to-face election, but being telematic”.

In an interview on Onda Cero, Darias has thus referred to the controversy raised by the system for choosing and awarding places for specialized health training electronically and not in person as in previous years, which has provoked the rejection of the State Confederation of Medical Unions (CESM) and mobilizations of the MIR, the next one on June 8.

Darias did not want to specify more on this proposal while waiting for it to be presented directly to the resident interns at a meeting tomorrow, Friday.

The minister has expressed her “determination” to find a satisfactory proposal. “It is not in the interest of the Ministry to argue, or cause any inconvenience to anyone, but it must be within the legal framework,” he said.

Article 22 of the law for the regulation of health professions establishes that all calls must be made electronically when so established.

The minister has admitted that the first days there were “many complaints” but today the incidence is 20 a day: “They are entering the page and it is working.”

Darias recalled that until today they have already been introduced 9,320 requests, of which 7,465 are drafts and 1,855, sent and signed.


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