Clinical Training

Through its Clinical Research Division (CRD), RITM conducts capacity-building and training activities to enhance the clinical skills of the country’s medical workers.

We conduct regular trainings on the management of various infectious and tropical diseases such as rabies, HIV-AIDS, leprosy and common skin diseases, and emerging infectious diseases such as the Ebola Virus Disease and Middle East Respiratory Syndrome. We also train healthcare workers on infection control, intravenous therapy, and basic life support.

In support of continuing education, we organize postgraduate courses on dermatology and infectious/tropical diseases. RITM is also an avenue for subspecialty and rotating residency training in infectious/tropical diseases as well as residency training program in dermatology.

Clinical Training:

Basic Life Support Training
Dermatology Residency Training Program
Fellowship Training Program in Infectious Diseases
HIV/AIDS Orientation Seminar
Hospital Pharmacy Internship Program
Intensive Training on Recognition and Management of Common Skin Diseases and Leprosy
Rotating Fellows and Residents Training Program
Training Course on Rabies and Animal Bite Management
Training on Identification of Snakes and Snakebite Management
Training On Primary Care for Adult Patients with HIV Infection

 

Please use the Calendar of Activities to see when each course is scheduled throughout the year.