Dr. Luis Renceau. President of the Spanish Association of Occupational Medicine Specialists (IMMT).
From Aeemt we want to give you a series of reasons why you should consider choosing Occupational Medicine in the upcoming MIR elections. We have tried to collect the contributions of many famous specialists serving in different countries. The result is that occupational medicine for restless, open minds has the ability to adapt to changes and work as a team.
You can see yourself immersed in joint work with doctors from the regional health services, inspectors, primary care physicians, cardiologists, oncologists, prevention technicians…
- social and humanitarian.
It deals with the individual not only from a limited dimension but from multiple perspectives, and in this sense, it is very important that through the consultation you can discover diseases and / or syndromes that are not of business origin, it is an essential medical aid. This way you can also prevent work accidents that may be caused by these diseases.
Occupational medicine is for troubled, open minds with the ability to adapt to change and teamwork
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– Evaluates periodically how the health of the individual is affected or may be affected by the job he performs and all that it entails
– Apply the necessary preventive measures to reduce the risk of disease resulting from the work they do.
Performs medical examinations to rule out diseases and/or serious changes caused by certain functions.
– Implement health promotion measures in the workplace by giving lectures and presentations to workers.
Knowledge of current regulations and legislation to improve the safety and health of workers.
- Diverse and cosmopolitan.
You will be able to work in many public and private companies, hospitals, resorts and countries thanks to a good appreciation of the professionals trained in Spain. Occupational medicine is the most popular medical specialty (Professional Spring Report).
Spain trained specialists in occupational medicine are highly regarded
It is an expansive specialty, with attractive courses through all medical and surgical specialties that treat diseases that may be related to work. (for reasons related to work or for repercussions at work, which require adaptation to the job), address comprehensive health prevention with respect to jobs (primary, avoidance of damage to health from job design; secondary through early diagnosis, and tertiary or rehabilitation which may be considered in adjustments) . Increasingly with greater social participation, it earns us the respect of other medical specialties, as well as business and social agents. With important job offers at the end of the specialization, and international recognition for the training of trained TMs in our country.
- has evolved.
In constant development, I work remotely, I apply new technologies such as WellBeing … Our specialty is valuable, because in addition to what has been said, there are exciting aspects such as psychosocial risks that are still very poorly treated, and that along with emerging diseases, legislation, science Ethics, the role of the professional doctor within the organization, etc… makes our specialty very unique. Even the ability to work remotely. I believe that once the “classical” dangers are overcome to a greater or lesser extent, the present and the future are in psychosocial, emerging biological and non-biological diseases….
In the im We strive every day to evaluate and improve the working conditions in the specialty. Providing training, expert advice and a community of medical professionals around the world who give us different perspectives on how our specialty is evolving wherever their work takes them.
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