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Spain

Médico especialista en neurofisiología clínica (Spain)

  • Legal information

    Regulation  
    Type of regulation: N/A
  • Reserved activities

    Reserved activities:
    Translation(s):
  • Qualification #1

    Method to obtain qualifications: To access a medical specialty in Spain, a prior basic medical training is required (university degree: licenciado en medicina, licenciado en medicina y cirugía or graduado en medicina). The method to obtain the degree is through the medical intern and resident training system (article 2 and annex of Royal Decree 183/2008).
    Most common path to obtain qualification: To access a medical specialty in Spain, a prior basic medical training is required (university degree: licenciado en medicina, licenciado en medicina y cirugía o graduado en medicina). The qualification of specialist in specialist in clinical neurophysiology in Spain is obtained through the MIR (Medical Intern and Resident) exam and a training system (Article 20 of Act 44/2003).
    Duration of education/training programme: 10.0 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
  • Joint practices and insurance

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