6 monthly clinical assessments: these are organized (in writing) by each candidate’s placement supervisor and focus on different areas. Assessments for all thecandidates are examined by all the placement supervisors at six-monthly meetings.
At the end of the three-year basic training, each candidate is assessed at an interview designed to test their general knowledge of internal medicine. In accordance with the Royal Decree of 16 March 1999, candidates will receive an official certificate to show they have successfully completed a special university training course.
At the end of the three years of advanced training, each candidate is assessed on their in-depth knowledge of oncology. Candidates must also take the inter-university examination organized by the inter-university post-graduate training panel. They must produce a dissertation on a topic in medical oncology and publish an article.
When the above requirements have been fulfilled, the programme committee will award the academic degree of Advanced Master in Medical Oncology.