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Austria

Prophylaxeassistent/in (Austria)

  • Legal information

    Regulation  
    Type of regulation: Reserves of activities
  • Reserved activities

    Reserved activities: Durchführung von prophylaktischen Maßnahmen zur Vorbeugung der Erkrankung der Zähne, des Mundes und der Kiefer einschließlich der dazugehörigen Gewebe nach Anordnung und unter Aufsicht von Angehörigen des zahnärztlichen Berufs und des Dentistenberufs. (DE)
    Translation(s): Performance of prophylactic measures to prevent diseases of the teeth, mouth, jaw and associated tissues on the orders and under the supervision of a dental practitioner or dentist. (EN)
  • Qualification #1

    Method to obtain qualifications: General post-secondary education
    Most common path to obtain qualification: General post-secondary education
    Duration of education/training programme: 3744.0 Hour
    Existence of mandatory traineeship: No
    Existence of State exam to access the profession: No
  • Restrictions

    Mandatory registration in professional bodies: No
    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: Yes
    Restrictions related to shareholding or voting rights: No
  • Joint practices and insurance

    Prohibitions on joint practices: Unanswered
    Requirement for professional indemnity insurance: No
    Insurance requirement applying for cross-border: No
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