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Estonia

Hematoloogia (Estonia)


  • Requirement type

      Reserves of activities and protected title
  • Requirement information

    Reserved activities

    Description of the professional title (in original language) hematoloog
    Reserved activities: hematoloogia (ET)
    Translation(s): hematology (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: Residentuuri raamnõuded (Residency requirements) https://www.riigiteataja.ee/akt/131012017028
    Details (requirement introduced prior to 18.1.2016): Medical specialty (Residency) requirements were updated in conjunction with the new Health Services Organisation Act in 2001

  • Other requirements (prior to 18.1.2016)

    Qualification #1

    Method to obtain qualifications: Residency after basic medical training at post-secondary level.
    Most common path to obtain qualification: Residency after basic medical training at post-secondary level.
    Duration of education/training programme: 4.0 Year
    Existence of mandatory traineeship: Yes
    Existence of State exam to access the profession: Yes

    Restrictions

    Mandatory registration in professional bodies: Yes
    Limitations to the number of licenses granted: Yes
    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
    If yes,qualifying % to be held by professionals:

    Joint practices and insurance

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

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