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Estonia

Kardiokirurg (Estonia)


  • Requirement type

      Reserves of activities and protected title
  • Requirement information

    Reserved activities

    Description of the professional title (in original language) kardiokirurg
    Reserved activities: kardiokirurgia (ET)
    Translation(s): cardiac surgery (EN)
    Is the regulation relevant only for special modes of pursuit of the professional activity? No
    Can any of the above activities be shared with other regulated professions? No

    Details on regulatory change / Proportionality / Pre-existing requirement
    References: https://www.riigiteataja.ee/akt/131012017028 Residentuuri raamnõuded
    Requirement subject to proportionality assessment under Art.59(5) of Directive 2005/36/EC
    Date of adoption: 28/06/2013
    Date of entry into force (optional): 01/01/2014
    Please describe notified regulatory change: Cardiac surgery added to list of medical specialties
    The notified requirement(s) is not directly or indirectly discriminatory on the basis of nationality or residence: Yes
    Public interest objectives: Public health
    Suitability of the measure: Public health and patient safety requires this measure. Cardiac surgery has become important in its own right - a specialist area requiring specialist training We have approached all medical specialties for which Estonia has an entry in Annex V of the Directive in the same manner. We do not regulate beyond the requirements of the Directive.
    Reserved activities: Cardiac surgery has become important in its own right - a specialist area requiring specialist training
    Necessity of the measure: Yes. We have approached all medical specialties for which Estonia has an entry in Annex V of the Directive in the same manner. We do not regulate beyond the requirements of the Directive.
    Combined effect of requirements: We have approached all medical specialties for which Estonia has an entry in Annex V of the Directive in the same manner. We do not regulate beyond the requirements the Directive.
    Supporting information or data: Not available
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