Hansenologist - Salary and Career
Clinical doctors

Hansenologist - Career description, activities, functions and salary

They carry out medical consultations and care, treat patients and clients, implement disease prevention and health promotion actions, both individual and collective, coordinate health programs and services, carry out expertise, audits and medical investigations, prepare documents and disseminate knowledge in the medical field.

How much does an Hansenologist earn

A Hansenologist earns between $2.122 and $12.282 per month, with an average monthly salary of $5.154 and a median salary of $4.383 according to an Averwage.com salary survey along with to data of professionals hired and fired by companies in the labor market.

Our research is based on the salaries of 129 professionals hired and dismissed by the period from 06/2021 to 05/2022 (last year).

Salary ranges for the Hansenologist

Monthly Salary Annual Salary Salary Per Week Hourly Salary
Average wage 5.154 61.845 1.288 53
1º Quartile 2.122 25.462 530 22
Median Salary 4.383 52.597 1.096 45
3º Quartile 9.367 112.403 2.342 97
Higher Salary 12.282 147.386 3.071 127

Professional job categories

  • Science and arts professionals
    • professionals of biological sciences, health
      • medical professionals
        • clinical doctors

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Main workplaces

Clinical doctors the positions of this CBO family exercise their functions in sectors whose activities refer to health and social services, teaching, research and development. In general, they work on their own, as self-employed, without permanent supervision. They are organized individually and in a work team, developing activities in closed environments, during irregular working hours. Exception made is professionals who work in the Family Health Strategy Program, where they perform their duties as employees, with occasional supervision and fulfill the weekly workload provided for in a specific Ordinance. They may work in uncomfortable positions for long periods and, due to the nature and level of responsibility inherent in the role, may be subject to constant stress. In some occupations, professionals may be subject to the action of toxic, chemical, radioactive and biological materials.

What does it take to work in the field of Clinical doctors

These occupations are performed by professionals with higher education in Medicine, accredited by the Regional Council of Medicine (CRM). The full exercise of functions takes place after a period of one to two years of professional experience and three to four years for the anthroposophic doctor. For the exercise of the function in the Family Health Strategy Program, no previous experience is necessary.

Functions and activities of Hansenologist

Clinical doctors must:

  • perform investigations, audits and medical inquiries;
  • perform medical expertise, audits and inquiries;
  • treating patients and clients;
  • perform consultation and medical assistance;
  • demonstrate personal skills;
  • promote family health;
  • perform expertise, audits and medical inquiries;
  • elaborate medical documents;
  • coordinate health programs and services;
  • promoting family health;
  • implement health promotion actions;
  • implementing health promotion actions;
  • perform medical consultation and service;
  • perform medical expertise, audits and investigations;
  • spreading medical knowledge;
  • diffusion of medical knowledge;
  • difusing medical knowledge;
  • perform medical consultation and care;
  • coordinating health programs and services;
  • perform medical consultation and assistance;
  • treat patients and clients;
  • diffusion medical knowledge;

  • Activities

    • redefine the disease for the patient by individualizing its meaning;
    • demonstrate leadership ability;
    • establish prognosis;
    • promote health campaigns;
    • monitor cognitive/emotional development of the student/educator;
    • perform hospital visits;
    • supervise health team;
    • interpret clinical examination data and complementary exams;
    • prepare research projects;
    • demonstrate tolerance;
    • supervise instrumental propaedeutics;
    • supervise medical acts;
    • elaborate reports;
    • track prevalent diseases;
    • setting up a scale of services;
    • follow the user's therapeutic plan;
    • demonstrate ability to provide humanized care;
    • establishing a health action plan;
    • participate in meetings, congresses and other scientific events;
    • coordinating the care of users;
    • perform treatment with physical agents;
    • answer expert questions;
    • raise diagnostic hypotheses;
    • practicing psychotherapy;
    • practicing clinical interventions;
    • issue declarations;
    • setting up service schedule;
    • interpret data from clinical examination and complementary exams;
    • deliver preventive treatments;
    • promote vector and zoonosis control actions;
    • perform gene therapy;
    • elaborate reports;
    • participate in association boards, professional associations and health councils;
    • elaborate standard operating procedures;
    • promote educational activities;
    • participate in continuing education activities;
    • registering activities in information systems;
    • monitor the user's therapeutic plan;
    • issue prescriptions;
    • issuing certificates;
    • performing gene therapy;
    • implement environmental health measures;
    • perform autopsies;
    • mapping area of operation;
    • organize scientific meetings;
    • collect testimonials;
    • demonstrate ability to make decisions;
    • manage urgent and emergency situations;
    • demonstrate impartiality of judgment;
    • demonstrate ability to listen;
    • to raise diagnostic hypotheses;
    • develop procedures;
    • implanting orthoses and prostheses;
    • assist in the regulation of medical activities;
    • demonstrate empathy;
    • select patients in specific situations;
    • request interconsultations;
    • guarding organs and tissues;
    • identify groups, families and individuals exposed to risks;
    • serving users in ubss, in homes or community spaces;
    • archive documents;
    • formulate expert questions;
    • define actions according to local priorities;
    • participate in the management of inputs;
    • developing research in medicine;
    • supervise instrumental workup;
    • dispatch work;
    • evaluate medical acts;
    • setting up a service schedule;
    • elaborate informative and normative material;
    • participate in team evaluations;
    • practicing interventional procedures;
    • demonstrate ability to preserve medical confidentiality;
    • implementing worker safety and protection measures;
    • evaluate biographical moment;
    • perform community health diagnosis;
    • implementing environmental health measures;
    • dispatch time;
    • set up service schedule;
    • assisting childbirth;
    • inspect work environments;
    • perform treatment with biological agents;
    • issue certificates;
    • perform an active search for local situations;
    • examine medical documents;
    • performing treatment with biological agents;
    • develop equipment;
    • provide testimonials;
    • elaborate medical records;
    • indicate treatment;
    • demonstrate medical actions;
    • performing gene therapy;
    • demonstrate quickness of perception;
    • demonstrate altruism;
    • monitor health status of hospitalized patients;
    • supervise medical training;
    • demonstrate ability to interpret verbal and non-verbal language;
    • prescribe treatment;
    • teaching classes;
    • perform physical examination;
    • to be responsible for all services provided to the enrolled population;
    • fill in compulsory notification forms;
    • demonstrate receptiveness;
    • identify users' needs;
    • perform home visits;
    • assist childbirth;
    • updating registration information;
    • define territory of action;
    • promoting educational activities;
    • stimulating the patient to develop autonomy and self-care;
    • implement worker safety and protection measures;
    • discuss diagnosis, prognosis and treatment with patients, clients, guardians and family members;
    • provide consultancy and advice;
    • planning treatment of clients and patients;
    • perform organ and tissue transplants;
    • rehabilitate patients and clients (biopsychosocial conditions);
    • demonstrate ability to work in a team;
    • demonstrate ability to adapt language;
    • demonstrate ability to deal with adverse situations;
    • assist the regulation of medical activities;
    • monitor the health status of hospitalized patients;
    • issue opinions;
    • perform complementary exams;
    • establish health action plan;
    • cultivating organs and tissues;
    • perform treatment with chemical agents;
    • select work team;
    • assisting the regulation of medical activities;
    • indicating non-drug therapies;
    • perform urgent and emergency care;
    • elaborate image documents;
    • issue reports;
    • prescribing drugs, medicines, herbal and anthroposophic;
    • writing scientific papers;
    • participate in planning activities;
    • perform in-office assistance;
    • distribute tasks;
    • specify inputs;
    • prepare teaching material;
    • establishing prognosis;
    • prescribe immunization;
    • promote comprehensive care;
    • elaborate image documents;
    • establishing medical-hospital committees;
    • notify diseases, injuries and situations of local importance;
    • manage financial resources;
    • elaborate protocols for medical procedures;
    • disclose information in the media;
    • encouraging community participation;
    • perform instrumental workup;
    • demonstrate selective attention capacity;
    • prescribe hygienic-dietary measures;
    • forward users to other professionals;
    • diagnose the health status of patients and clients;
    • carry out actions to prevent injuries and cures;
    • organizing health promotion groups;
    • guard organs and tissues;
    • describe medical actions;
    • implement biosecurity measures;
    • perform anamnesis;
    • inspect equipment and facilities;
    • developing procedures;
    • identify partners and resources available in the community;
    • remove organs and tissues;
    • evaluate expert knowledge;
    • organizing scientific meetings;
    • promoting health campaigns;
    • organizing continuing education courses;
    • request additional exams;
    • indicating the need for hospitalization;

    Sectors that hire Hansenologist the most in the job market

    • support activities for education
    • hospital care activities
    • outpatient care activities
    • outpatient medical activity with resources for performing complementary exams
    • general public administration
    • outpatient medical activity restricted to consultations
    • service activities in emergency room and hospital units for emergency care
    • other human health care activities
    • health management support activities
    • outpatient medical activity with resources for performing surgical procedures

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