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Registration for the second stage of Revalida begins today; see how to do it

Classified in the first edition of 2024 of the National Exam for the Revalidation of Medical Diplomas Issued by a Foreign Higher Education Institution (Revalidate ) can now register for the clinical skills test. The process must be carried out from this Friday (7), in the Revalida System, until June 11th. The tests will be administered on the 20th and 21st of July.

The registration fee, in the amount of R$4,106.09, can be paid until June 13th at any bank, lottery outlet or banking app, through the Union Collection Slip issued by the system. Other forms of payment such as PIX, credit card, transfer or deposit are not accepted.

During registration, candidates must choose the city in which the exam will be administered. It is also possible to request specialized care and treatment using your social name. After registration and payment, the confirmation card will be made available from July 12th.

To qualify in the second stage, participating candidates must have achieved at least 64.277 out of the total of 100 points in the first stage exam. The cut-off score was announced on May 29th, through a notice published in the Official Gazette of the Union.

Assessment

To revalidate the diplomas of foreign and Brazilian doctors who graduated abroad, the exam evaluates the skills and knowledge of professionals based on the principles and needs of the Unified Health System (SUS). Composed of two stages, theoretical and practical, Revalida assesses skills in five areas of medicine: internal medicine, surgery, gynecology and obstetrics, pediatrics and family and community medicine.

In the first stage, theoretical, objective and discursive tests are applied; and, in the second stage, professionals go through ten evaluation stations where they need to comply with an Expected Standard of Procedures (PEP). The entire process is based on the National Curricular Guideline for the Medicine Course and associated regulations, in addition to Brazilian professional legislation.

Source: CNN Brasil

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