The document, which outlines the new modeà, è was dismissed at the sitting of 21 July, according to a note of the ministry of Welfare, and sarà now be submitted to the State-Regions Conference, for approval, to be then presented to the National Conference on continuing education, calendar in Cernobbio on the 14 and 15 September.
In the phase of transition to the new regime, however, “verrà maintained the system of accreditation of events”, assures the ministry. Procedures to ensure the departure of the new system will be managed by the secretariat of the Commission which operates at the Agenas, the national Agency for regional health services. To ensure the independence of the system of continuing education by commercial interests, the Commission has scheduled a Committee of the Guarantee.
Three of the new rules is expected that the accreditation of the provider, will be entrusted to the national Commission or to the Regions and Autonomous Provinces, depending on the scope of activitiesà of the same provider. It is entrusted to the entity accrediting the verification that the requirements of accreditation will remain, with special reference to the qualityà of the training proposal.
The provider will haveà to present an annual plan, with the educational offer that aims to deliver. At the accreditation, it reads in the note of the ministry, will be able to access “public and private providers of health services or working in the field of training”. Satisfaction for the launching of the document has been expressed by the deputy minister to the Ferruccio Fazio, president of the national Commission for continuous training, he thanked the components of the goal was achieved, he expressed great satisfaction with the climate of collaboration between the components of the ministerial, regional, and professional found in the course of the work.
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