Rui Melo
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Gender: Male
Speciality: Rheumatology
Position : Specialist
Nationality : Portugal
Have you worked in Saudi Arabia?: No
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Current Location: Viseu Portugal
Certificates Earned: Tecnical Course in “Clinical Laboratory Assistant”, during the Teaching Second Grade, Instituto Coração de Jesus, Santo André SP, Brasil, December 1982. Title of “Degree in Medicine”, Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brasil, December 1990. Title of: “Licenciado en Medicina y Cirurgia” by the Ministry of Education and Science of Spain”, June 1993, Madrid, Spain. (equivalent title of the Brazilian Degree in Medicine) Title of “Specialist in Internal Medicine” by the Brazilian National Program of Medical Residency – The Brazilian Ministry of Health – medical training during 24 months in the Hospital de Ipanema, Rio de Janeiro RJ, Brasil, April 1995. Title of “Specialist in Rheumatology” by The Brazilian Society of Rheumatology after of competitive examination and full approval, Porto Alegre RS, Brasil, September 1996. Title of “Licenciado em Medicina” by the Faculdade de Medicina da Universidade do Porto after the public exams with a final score of 15 over 20 values, Porto, Portugal, January 1997. (equivalent title of the Brazilian Degree in Medicine) Title of “Specialist in Rheumatology” by the Brazilian National Program of Medical Residency – The Brazilian Ministry of Health – medical training during 24 months in the Hospital Geral de Bonsucesso, Rio de Janeiro RJ, April 1997. Title of “Internato Geral” by order of the Portuguese Ministry of Health, Lisboa, Portugal, March 1999. (Equivalent title of the Brazilian Medical Compulsory Internalship). Fellowship in Rheumatology (probation of twelve months in Rheumatology, six months in Orthopaedics, three months in Neurology and three months in Rehabilitation and Physiotherapy), September 2001 to October 2003, Hospitais da Universidade de Coimbra and Hospital de São Teotônio, Viseu, Portugal. Title of “Specialist in Rheumatology” by The Portuguese Medical Association after of the public exams and full approval in the Board Competitive Exams of the College of Specialist in Rheumatology, Almada, Portugal, June 2004.
Scientific Achievements: Approved in medical competition examinations to General Practitioner by the municipality of São Gonçalo, February 1991, São Gonçalo, RJ. Brasil. Approved in medical competition examinations to Medical Residency in the speciality of Angiology. Hospital Universitário Pedro Ernesto da Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, April 1991, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brasil. Approved in medical competition examinations to a second post in General Practitioner by the municipality of São Gonçalo, May 1992, São Gonçalo, RJ. Brasil. Approved in medical competition examinations to General Practitioner by the municipality of Duque de Caxias, June 1992, Duque de Caxias, RJ, Brasil. Approved in medical competition examinations to Medical Residency in the specialty of Internal Medicine. Fundação Escola de Serviço Público, 1993, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brasil. Approved in medical competition examinations to Medical Residency in the specialty of Rheumatology. Fundação Escola de Serviço Público, 1995, Rio de Janeiro RJ, Brasil. Approved in medical competition examinations to Specialist in Rheumatology by the Sociedade Brasileira de Reumatologia (The Brazilian Society of Rheumatology), during the XXI Congresso Brasileiro de Reumatologia (XXI Brazilian Congress of Rheumatology), September 1996, Curitiba, PR, Brasil. Title of “Licenciado em Medicina” by the Faculdade de Medicina da Universidade do Porto after the public exams with a final score of 15 over 20 values, Porto, Portugal, January 1997. (Equivalent title of the Brazilian Degree in Medicine) Approved in medical examinations to Medical Communication and access to Portuguese Medical Residency. Hospital de São Teotónio – Viseu, with a final classification: “able”. September 1999, Viseu, Portugal. Approved in medical examinations to Portuguese Medical Residency with a final score of 58 over 100, and to specialty of Medical Laboratory. Hospital de São Teotónio – Viseu, January 2000, Portugal. Approved to Fellowship in Rheumatology (probation of twelve months in Rheumatology, six months in Orthopedics, three months in Neurology and three months in Rehabilitation and Physiotherapy) after evaluation by The Portuguese Medical Association that gave partial equivalence to the Brazilian Medical Residency in Rheumatology. Hospitais da Universidade de Coimbra and Hospital de São Teotônio, Viseu, Portugal. September 2001 to October 2003. Title of “Specialist in Rheumatology” by The Portuguese Medical Association after of the public exams and full approval in the Board Competitive Exams of the College of Specialist in Rheumatology. Hospital Garcia da Orta, Almada, Portugal, June 2004.
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