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Qualified physician parasitologists

Omar O. Barriga oobarrig at pop.service.ohio-state.edu
Tue Feb 25 21:56:31 EST 1997

In article <33135CC2.2B58 at cict.fr> J-F Magnaval <magnaval at cict.fr> writes:
>From: J-F Magnaval <magnaval at cict.fr>
>Newsgroups: bionet.parasitology
>Subject: Re: Qualified physician parasitologists
>Date: Tue, 25 Feb 1997 13:42:26 -0800
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>Dr. Gary Conboy wrote:
>> I have talked to several physicians (trained in North America) concerning the
>amount of time devoted to the discipline of parasitology 

>In France, teaching time for Parasitology is about 24 h of theoretical 
>courses, together  with 16h of practical works, during the 3d year of 
>medical studies.


>Jean-Francois Magnaval, MD, DrSc
>Lab. Parasitologie
>CHU Purpan
>31059 - Toulouse, France
>Phone (33) 05 61 77 20 12
>Fax  (33) 05 61 77 23 78

In Chile, physicians receive 90 hours of theoretical and practical training 
in Parasitology in the third year of medical school and later see clinical 
cases in the specialties (outpatient clinics, gastroenterology, pediatrics, 
internal medicine, etc.) in the hospital.

			Omar O. Barriga

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