Objectives : To acquire knowledge and expertise in the diagnosis, pathophysiology and management of rare diseases in Immuno-hematology and Internal Medicine.
Admission requirements for continuing education: Interns (DES) registered in Internal Medicine or Haematology or CCA/PH of the same specialties or PH of other specialties but practicing in Internal Medicine, Haematology or Clinical Immunology departments.
Professional opportunities: Diploma to be used for CCA positions in centres of reference for rare diseases in the perimeter concerned.
Type of diploma: University degree.
Duration of studies: 1 year.
Place of training: Paris.
Teaching schedule: 12 teaching seminars of 4 hours each, grouped by theme. 1 to 2 Fridays per month from 14h30 to 18H30 from November to October. Hourly volume: 48 hours.

Education programme 2017-2018

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