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What are the profiles of the personnel who carry out teaching functions for initial and continuing health education, research functions and hospital functions?

Functions

University hospital teaching staff provide teaching functions for initial and continuing education, research and hospital care.

They carry out their activities both in a university and in a university hospital centre.

Full time staff

University Professor - Hospital Practitioner (PU-PH)

The status of PU-PH is permanent. It is accessible through national competitions on titles organised by discipline, open to :

  • Lecturers of university hospital practitioners (MCU-PH)
  • university hospital practitioners (PH-U)
  • University Clinic Leaders-Hospital Assistants (CCA)
  • Hospital practitioners (PH) with eight years seniority and university experience.

See application procedures.

University lecturer in hospital practice (MCU-PH)

The status of MCU-PH is permanent. It is accessible through national competitions on titles organised by discipline, or by nomination.

See application procedures.

Non-incumbent staff

University Clinic Head - Hospital Assistant (CCA)

The CCAs practice in the hospital or general medicine field.

The status is accessible by appointment, for a temporary period not exceeding 8 years.
It gives access to the PU-PH and MCU-PH competition.

See the application procedure.

University Hospital Assistant (UHA)

AHUs work in the biological, mixed and pharmaceutical disciplines.

The status is accessible by appointment, for a temporary period not exceeding 4 years.
It gives access to the PU-PH and MCU-PH competition.

See the application procedure.

University hospital practitioner (PH-U)

The PH-Us have a title of doctor, psychiatrist, specialist, biologist, pharmacist, hospital odontologist.

This status is accessible by appointment, for a temporary period of up to 8 years.
It gives access to the PU-PH and MCU-PH competition.

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