The project will develop common assessment methodologies of doctors completing the four-year training programme, in order to become recognised specialists in Occupational Medicine. This will lead to mutual recognition of Specialist Qualifications and the acceptance of other countries specialist qualifications in the speciality of Occupational Medicine. The aim is to identify the types of assessment metholologies, explore the opportunities to establish a common element of assessment, establish a collaborative network to develop and pilot a European common assessment instrument and create the foundation of a self sustaining co-operation between the professional organisations responsible for the standard setting of assessment in their countries. Target groups are students, employers, employees, representatives of sectoral organisations. Project will provide a website and web forum where information about all the actions and results of the project will be given and discussed. Project will be presented through newsletters, on conferences, workshops, academic publications will be prepared and submitted to international scientific journals etc.
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