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F. Barata ; M. Elphinstone ; S. Sutter ; S. Santos ; S. Mitchell ; R. Maciel ; A Casas G ; B. Migliori ; C Robaldo Cordeiro ;Revista Portuguesa de Pneumología 2015, 21 6

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Revista Portuguesa de Pneumología ISSN: 0873-2159 Sociedade Portuguesa de Pneumologia Portugal Alfaro, T.; Barata, F.; Elphinstone, M.; Sutter, S.; Santos, S.; Mitchell, S.; Maciel, R.; Casas G, A; Migliori, B.; Robaldo Cordeiro, C Greek Gods and Portuguese Pneumology: implementing HERMES Revista Portuguesa de Pneumología, vol.
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2015;21(6):291---292 EDITORIAL Greek Gods and Portuguese Pneumology: implementing HERMES The HERMES initiative (Harmonising Education in Respiratory Medicine for European Specialists), was created by the European Respiratory Society in 2005, and named after the Greek god of travellers and boundaries.
The main goal is the European harmonisation of post-graduate education and training in respiratory medicine, promoting excellence of care and professional mobility.
The development strategy involved the creation of a European syllabus and curriculum, method of assessment (establishing a European diploma), and the accreditation of training centres.
Besides adult respiratory medicine, HERMES includes education projects on paediatric respiratory medicine, sleep medicine, physiotherapy, critical care, respiratory infections, thoracic oncology, thoracic surgery and spirometry. The Portuguese post-graduate medical training system is well structured, with nationwide curric...

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