O a new program announcement More doctors is published this Tuesday (20) in the Official Journal of the European Union, Section 3, page 134.
The publication takes place the day after the announcement by the Ministry of Justice For which 8 517 jobs will be offered in 2,824 municipalities and 34 native regions, formerly Cuban doctors.
A list of all the places for which the vacancies will be allocated is given in the edition. The site describes eight site profiles that can be selected by experts who apply for a program.
For physicians working in indigenous areas, there will be EMSI (Multidisciplinary Native Health Teams) scales that last up to 32 hours a week – 10, 15 and up to 30 days.
Selected professionals receive R $ 11,865.60 for 36 months with the option of renewal. Doctor activities include eight theoretical academic hours and 32 hours in basic medical units.
Given that there are vacancies in remote areas, the cost of assistance will be given to the doctor who requests it. Apart from the application, the expert must provide a proof of residence on the spot.
Initially, vacancies are open to Brazilian doctors registered with the Regional Council of Medicine (MRC) or a diploma re-confirmed in the country.
Professionals can register at maismedicos.gov.br.
The group is expected to begin work on December 3. Health Minister Gilberto Occhi said on Monday (19) that an immediate arrival of experts on places where vacancies would be available.
Publishing the editions was defined by the federal government in efforts to provide assistance in Cuban professionals. The Public Health Ministry of Cuba, through the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO), announced the suspension of a co-operation agreement with Mais Médicos.
The Ministry of Health estimates that a new call will be launched on 27 May for Brazilian physicians trained both abroad and abroad.
In 2016, it was decided to reduce the participation of Cuban professionals in Mais Médicos from 11,400 to 8,332. According to the Ministry of Health, in addition to active doctors, they will be replaced by 185 cooperation professionals who were in breaks or closed.