About the Saga children chronic specific illness-designated medicine training
In Saga as the Web training Saga children chronic specific illness-designated medicine (say "sho*yubiteii" as follows.) We carry out the training. Attendance, please as follows from now on as it is necessary to attend this training about which does not have qualifications (PDF: 63.5 kilobytes) of specialist whom academic conference which the Minister of Health, Labour and Welfare sets among made specialist in designation application authorizes to Saga.
Specialist in designation training procedure
1.About supply system of children chronicity identification illness medical expenses and statement of position
Please read the next text.
Instructions (about system) from Saga (PDF: 69.2 kilobytes)
2.The general condition of illness targeted for children chronicity identification illness
Specialist in designation training student attending a lecture, please apply to children chronic specific illness-designated medicine training site (external link) in the following procedures after the access.
We make account, PW and it is registered information (medical membership number and application local government name (Saga)) for identification of completion issuance
Conduct (required 2 lecture or more) of attendance of e-learning lecture and test
We print identification of completion
3.Entry of question sheet
Please affix the name after entry to question sheet.
Question sheet (PDF: 112.8 kilobytes)
4.Production of documents
Completion book and question sheet, other required documents ("children chronic specific illness-designated medicine, designated medical institution" reference) to Saga Children and Families Division please submit.
〒840-8570 1-1-59, Jonai, Saga-shi
Saga Children and Families Division is addressed
※Please utilize text of this training in case such as the tops such as prints, medical statement of position making. In addition, please refer to this as the latest information of this system is announced in the children chronicity identification illness information center (external link) which country entrusts and runs.