MADRID, 29 Abr. (EUROPA PRESS) -
Until this Friday, the Ministry of Health has awarded 4,712 places for access to Specialized Health Training (FSE) for applicants who have passed the Medicine degree exam, which represents 55% of the 8,550 MIR places offered in this call .
Once the applications were processed up to shift 4,800, all the places in 18 of the 46 specialties have been covered, specifically, angiology and vascular surgery, digestive system, general surgery and digestive system, endocrinology and nutrition, obstetrics and gynecology and radiodiagnosis .
The specialties of anesthesiology and resuscitation, cardiology, oral and maxillofacial surgery, orthopedic surgery and traumatology, plastic and reconstructive surgery, pediatric surgery, medical-surgical dermatology, legal and forensic medicine, neurosurgery, ophthalmology, otorhinolaryngology and urology are also complete.
The allocation of places among the 10,793 applicants who have passed the cut-off mark began on the 17th and will last until May 7, being a process that is carried out by groups, according to the number of order of choice already established for each one.
Specifically, in the sessions held from April 13 to 17, all the places in the Nursing (1,961 places), Pharmacy (308 places) and those in the field of Biology (60 places), Physics ( 42 places), Psychology (231 places) and Chemistry (22 places).
In total, the Ministry of Health has convened this year 11,171 places for Specialized Health Training (FSE), 545 more places than last year, 5% more.
In addition, the call set by the Human Resources Commission of the National Health System (SNS) is 39% higher than five years ago.
On the other hand, those awarded the places will take possession of it in the corresponding center or teaching unit between May 22 and 23, the training period beginning on this last date.