The intended learning outcomes for this proposal are in agreement with the guidelines for PhD education in Europe stated in the document endorsed by ORPHEUS/AMSE/WFME Task Force in 2012 “Standards for PhD Education in Biomedicine and Health Sciences in Europe”. The specific outcomes meet the standards for the following qualifications: “BPS Diploma in Advanced Pharmacology” of the British Pharmacological Society (BPS); “Fachpharmakologe” or “Fachtoxikologe” of the German Pharmacological Society (DGPT, Deutsche Gesellschaft für experimentelle und klinische Pharmakologie und Toxikologie); “European Registered Toxicologist” of the Association of European Toxicologists and European Societies of Toxicology (EUROTOX); competence in Pharmaceutical Medicine and medical consultant of Clinical Pharmacology of national and international physician specialty boards.
Faculties of Medicine and Pharmacy and Institute for Biomedical Sciences “Abel Salazar” of the University of Porto, and Bioethics Institute of the Portuguese Catholic University.
Master Degree or a legally equivalent degree in Medicine, Pharmacy, Dentistry Medicine, Veterinary Medicine, Biochemistry, Biology or other Biomedical and Health Science fields approved by the Scientific Board of the Programme.
Entry requirements are in agreement with article 30.ºof Decreto-Lei n.º 74/2006, March 24th, changed by Decretos-Lei n.º 107/2008, June 25th, and n.º 230/2009, September 14th
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