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See detailQuelle place pour les diplômés en sciences biomédicales dans le système de santé belge de demain ?
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Master's dissertation (2016)

The SBIM (biomedical sciences) program appeared in Belgium as early as 1997 in a lot of universities in order to offer an alternative to medical studies. That year corresponds with the introduction of ... [more ▼]

The SBIM (biomedical sciences) program appeared in Belgium as early as 1997 in a lot of universities in order to offer an alternative to medical studies. That year corresponds with the introduction of federal quotas from the INAMI (National Institute for Health and Disability Insurance) and admission procedures to medical and dentistry studies. In the framework of a reflection on the role of biomedical sciences graduates in the Belgian health system, given their sometimes close proximity with the health care professions, an investigation was conducted among the graduates of the past five years (classes 2011 to 2015) but also the first- and final-year students in biomedical sciences of the academic year 2015-2016, so as to achieve a detailed description of the current situation. The aim of this exploratory study was to get an overall vision of the training, experience and daily practice of the graduates as Master in biomedical sciences issued by the Belgian universities. In 2016, the Master in biomedical sciences no longer attracts only students leaving medical studies leave. It is now organized by 10 Belgian universities, offering altogether 44 specific orientations in 25 different areas and awarding 350 diplomas per year. The lack of training standards and the diversity of available orientations do not allow us to have a precise idea of the competency profiles and professions of those graduates. All this creates ambiguities in terms of professional practice, competencies identification and profession. Our enquiries unveiled an orientation with multiple paradoxes which, given this legislative gap sometimes lead the SBIMs to work illegally. This work thus gives an overview of the present situation, providing potential solutions to the future place of the SBIMs in the Belgian health system of tomorrow, so they would not be performing medicine illegally anymore. [less ▲]

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