Navigation path

Search

Regulated profession

Back to homepage Back to previous screen
Italy

Otorinolaringoiatria (Italy)

  • Legal information

    Regulation  
    Type of regulation: Reserves of activities
  • Reserved activities

     
    Reserved activities :

    Le attività riservate ai possessori del titolo di medico chirurgo. Non c’è una lista di attività riservate per legge ai medici a seconda della specializzazione posseduta, ma le attività sono specificate dal contenuto della formazione specialistica che attiene al campo specifico della otorinolaringoiatria.

    (IT)
    Translation(s) :

    The activities of doctor. There isn’t a list of restricted activities by Law for doctors by specialization, but restricted activities are specified by the content of the specialization training which concerns otolaryngology.

    (EN)
  • Qualification entry #1

    Method to obtain qualifications: Vocational post-secondary education level
    Most common path to obtain qualification: Vocational post-secondary education level
    Duration of education/training programme: 5.0 Year
    Existence of mandatory traineeship: Yes
    Existence of State exam to access the profession: No
  • Restrictions

    Mandatory registration in professional bodies: Yes
    Limitations to the number of licenses granted: No
    Existence of territorial restrictions: No
    Restriction on the corporate form/type of entity to be used to exercise related activities: No
    Restrictions related to shareholding or voting rights: No
  • Joint practices and insurance

    Prohibitions on joint practices: No
    Requirement for professional indemnity insurance: Yes
    Insurance requirement applying for cross-border: No
The database contains information on regulated professions, statistics on migrating professionals,contact points and competent authorities, as provided by EU Member States, EEA countries and Switzerland.
Each country is responsible for updating information, on its regulated professions, competent authorities and statistics.
The Commission cannot be held responsible for the accuracy of the information. However, if errors are brought to its attention, the Commission undertakes to correct them, if deemed appropriate.