Requirements For Study Progr. Paramedical Professions

Original Language Title: požadavky na studijní progr. nelékařských zdravotnických povolání

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39/2005 Coll.
DECREE


Dated 11 January 2005

Laying down minimum requirements for degree programs to gain
professional qualifications for pursuing paramedical profession

Change: 129/2010 Coll.

The Ministry of Health in agreement with the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports
determined according to § 90 par. 2 point. d) of the Act no. 96/2004 Coll., on conditions
acquisition and recognition of qualifications for non
professions and activities connected with
providing health care and amending some related laws
(Act on paramedical professions), and pursuant to § 38 of Act No.
. 18/2004 Coll., On the recognition of professional qualifications and other eligibility
nationals of Member States of the European Union and amending certain
laws (Act on recognition of professional qualifications) (hereinafter the "Act")

§ 1
Subject Matter


This Decree implements the relevant regulations of the European Communities ^ 1)
and regulates the minimum requirements for degree programs and studying the
gaining professional competence to pursue paramedical profession
; ^ 2) These are the minimum requirements list
theoretical and practical aspects necessary for the performance of regulated activities. ^ 3)

§ 2


Definitions
For the purposes of this Decree

A) accredited study program -
accredited program, run by high school ^ 4)

B) school educational program - school education program, for which it is issued
framework educational program under a special legal
regulation ^ 5), run by high school, ^ 6)

C) accredited educational program - accredited education program conducted
higher professional school,

D) training program course - an educational program accredited
qualification course organized under the Act, ^ 7)

E) specialization program - a training program
specialized education provided by law, ^ 8)

F) standard study period - the period of the degree program at an average
study load expressed in academic years for programs
pursuant to subparagraph a) ^ 9) school years in the case of programs under b)
c) or calendar years in the case of programs under subparagraphs d) and e)

G) the total standard study period - the period of study referred to in subparagraph f)
for the completion of all the programs, which are gaining
professional competence to pursue a paramedical profession
if that character is obtained by completing more programs

H) students - student high school student colleges, student
college, accredited qualification course participant or participant
specialist training

I) medical device - a device that is a medical device
under a special legal regulation, 10)

J) community care - primary, integrated and preventive care
individuals and groups of people in their own social environment, including
home health care under a special legal regulation, 11)

A) good laboratory practice - a process in the lab, which corresponds
legislation with standards or standards CEN and ISO standards or
governing the activities provided
laboratories in health care facilities, including compliance assurance program and
improving quality; this definition of good laboratory practice
not good laboratory practice in the field of medicines, which is
regulated by specific legislation. ^ 12)

§ 3

Minimum requirements for the programs to acquire professional qualifications for pursuing paramedical profession


(1) Professional qualifications for exercising the paramedical profession
be obtained by completing an accredited degree program
school curriculum, accredited educational program, educational program
course or specialization programs.

(2) study the programs referred to in paragraph 1 provides the knowledge and skills
which allows to perform the activities of a special legal
regulation ^ 13), and the knowledge and skills

A) the ethics of the medical profession in the field,

B) the administrative activities in healthcare, especially in leadership
documentation related to the field, including an electronic version of this
documentation


C) organization and management of health care

D) in the basics promotion and protection of public health, including the prevention of nosocomial infections
,

E) first aid and providing medical care in emergency and crisis situations
,

F) in the legal context of providing health care in the field

G) listed in § 4 to 41.

(3) The programs referred to in paragraph 1 shall include theoretical instruction and practical training
^ 14) or practice ^ 15) (hereinafter called "practical
teaching"). The theoretical instruction must be weighted and coordinated with
practical education so that knowledge and skills in accordance with paragraphs 4 and 5
could be obtained accordingly.

(4) Theoretical training is that part of instruction, in which the programs
referred to in paragraph 1 acquire the knowledge and professional skills
necessary for the planning, delivery and evaluation of health care in
relevant field and Business with this health care related.

(5) Practical training is that part of instruction, in which the programs
referred to in paragraph 1 shall receive direct and indirect contact with
healthy and ill individuals the skills needed to plan, provide and assess
health care in the relevant field on
based on acquired knowledge and skills. Students learn to be a member
team, be a team leader, provide information, educate and conduct
health education for individuals and groups to take responsibility for
provided health care. The lessons are taught in medical
facilities and other facilities intended
programs referred to in paragraph 1, especially in social institutions and in their own social environment
individuals. Responsibility for the organization and the professional level of practical training
carry authorized persons who meet the requirements
exercise of the medical profession, ^ 16) or also the teaching profession
under a special legal regulation 17) and are eligible for
implementation activities ^ 18) which contained practical teaching. Do
practical instruction may involve other experts. Students
participate in the performance of activities at the work place so that these activities
contribute to their education and allow them to learn to undertake
responsible for your health care. For practical teachings
for the purposes of this Decree also considered teaching at schools or workplaces
educational facilities for practical training (hereinafter referred to as the 'school laboratory
") if it corresponds to the content of the field.
Level for practical education in school laboratories may be responsible
other than health professionals.

(6) Practical training is completed valuation skills.

(7) Duration of practical training in other than daily or full-time study
(hereinafter referred to as "full time studies") can be shortened only by
documented period of practical training or training in the study of the programs listed
in paragraph 1 for the preparation of the relevant or similar
medical profession, or the period of performance of the respective
or similar medical profession, unless stipulated otherwise
; but it must be maintained the desired content of practical training.

Minimum requirements for the programs to acquire professional competence to perform the profession


§ 4


General Nurse
(1) Professional competence to pursue the profession of general nurse obtained
completing an accredited program or an accredited educational program
.

(2) study the programs referred to in paragraph 1 shall be made in

A) full-time studies specifically professional nature of that
includes at least three years of study and at least 4600 hours of theoretical and practical teaching
, including at least 2,300 hours and a maximum of 3,000 hours
practical training, or

B) other than full-time study, the total teaching time is not
shorter than the period of instruction under a), and which does not affect
level of education.

(3) Studies in the programs referred to in paragraph 1 provides the knowledge and skills
specified in § 3, and further comprising

A) classroom training provides knowledge

First fields that form the basis needed for the provision of universal
nursing care, anatomy, physiology, pathology, microbiology
(bacteriology, virology and parasitology), biophysics,

Biochemistry, basics of radiation protection, public health protection, including
epidemiology, disease prevention, early diagnosis of diseases and health
education in pharmacology and basic knowledge of medical
funds

Second Nursing and clinical disciplines, history, character and ethics
nursing, the general principles of health care, community
care nursing in relation to practical medicine and other medical disciplines
, especially for internal medicine, surgery, pediatrics,
care for mothers and newborns, gynecology, psychiatry, care of the elderly
and geriatrics, intensive care, dietetics and transfusion medicine,

Third social and related fields, and in the foundation
sociology, basics of general psychology, the psychology of patients and
developmental psychology, pedagogy and education foundations, legal
regulations in relation to social issues, the foundations of computer science, || | statistics and scientific research methodology,

B) providing practical teaching skills and knowledge
Nursing in relation to practical medicine and other medical disciplines
, especially for internal medicine, surgery, child care and
paediatrics, maternity care and newborn gynecology, psychiatry, care of the elderly and
geriatrics, intensive care and community care, as well as the skills and knowledge to enable
participate in the practical training of health workers and
experience of working with members of other professions in
health; these skills are acquired under the supervision of qualified nurses
or in justified cases
other health workers eligible for the medical profession
without professional supervision.

§ 5
Midwife


(1) Professional competence to pursue the profession of midwifery, gains
completing an accredited program.

(2) The program referred to in paragraph 1 has standard study period of at least 3
years, including practical training is at least 1,200 hours.

(3) The program referred to in paragraph 1 shall include theoretical instruction and practical
teaching. Practical training is carried out in health facilities
including health facilities operating in their own social environment
women and their families. During the practical lessons the students
participate in the activities of health facilities. Students must be familiar with
responsibilities involved in the activities of a midwife.

(4) Studies in the program referred to in paragraph 1 provides the knowledge and skills
specified in § 3, and further comprising

A) classroom training provides knowledge

First fields that form the basis needed for the provision of nursing care
Midwifery, in anatomy and physiology, pathology
is a focus on gynecological and obstetric pathology, microbiology
(bacteriology, virology and parasitology), biophysics,
foundations biochemistry and radiation protection, the protection of public health, including the prevention
disease, early diagnosis of diseases and health education, pharmacology and
basic knowledge of medical devices

Second midwifery and clinical fields, in embryology and development
fetus during pregnancy, childbirth and postpartum, in preparation
mothers and families for childbirth and parenthood, including psychological aspects and its
breathing, body and release exercise for women in labor management
as a natural physiological process with knowledge of possible pathology and
technical equipment used in obstetrics, pathology
assistance in childbirth analgesia, anesthesia and resuscitation, physiology and pathology
neonates in neonatal care and pediatric focused on
newborn in community care, nutrition and dietetics with regard to nutrition
women, newborns and infants, sex education and planning
parenting, medical genetics and transfusion medicine ,

Third social and related fields, and in the foundation
sociology and general psychology, especially in the psychological and social context
pregnancy, childbirth, postpartum and child care, patients
psychology, developmental psychology, pedagogy and foundations | || education, social and legal protection of mother and child, computer science,
statistics and scientific research methodology,

B) practical training in health facilities, which includes

First counseling to pregnant women, including at least 100 pre-natal

Examination

Second supervision and care during pregnancy and at least 40
pregnant women

Third personal lines of at least 40 deliveries; if it is not possible to achieve this
because of lack of women in labor, it may be reduced to less than 30 births per
condition that the student assists with 20 further deliveries,

Fourth participation in at least one birth in breech; if this is not possible because of lack
births breech must be completed
training simulations

Fifth episiotomy and its suturing wounds birth control channels;
Test sewing dams and simple perineal laceration may be performed
simulations, if necessary,

6th Supervision and care of at least 40 women at risk in pregnancy,

7th postpartum care, including supervision and examination at least 100 mothers and
healthy infants,

8th supervision and care for mothers and newborns requiring special care
including the care of premature and newborn přenošené, newborns with low birth weight and
pathological newborn

9th the care of women with pathological conditions in the fields of gynecology and obstetrics
,

10th basic nursing care in internal medicine, pediatrics and surgery
,

11th community care;

This practical lessons, with the exception of paragraph 11, under the supervision of qualified medical personnel
of
midwifery or in justified cases, other medical workers
entitled to pursue that profession without professional supervision in | || devices identified in the program referred to in paragraph 1 provides
experience of working with other health care professionals.

§ 6
Occupational therapist


(1) Professional competence to pursue the profession of occupational therapist is obtained
completing an accredited program.

(2) The program referred to in paragraph 1 has standard study period of at least 3
years, including practical training is at least 1,600 hours.

(3) Studies in the program referred to in paragraph 1 provides the knowledge and skills
specified in § 3, and further comprising

A) classroom training provides knowledge

First fields that form the basis needed for the provision of occupational therapy
care, anatomy, physiology, pathology and pathophysiology
, kinesiology and basic knowledge of medical
funds

Second occupational therapy and clinical disciplines, internal medicine,
surgery and traumatology, neurology and psychiatry, pediatrics, geriatrics
, orthopedics, prosthetics, introduction to occupational therapy, occupational therapy
theory, diagnostic and therapeutic procedures in OT | || relation to psychosocial, neurovývojovému and biomechanical approach and
in relation to the environment in occupational therapy for mental disability
occupational therapy in the fields of pediatrics and geriatrics, occupational therapy using
assistive devices, and vocational rehabilitation ergodiagnostics in
community care, rehabilitation, cognitive impairment in occupational therapy and the use of communication
in occupational therapy,

Third social and related fields, and in the foundation
pedagogy and education, special education, social rehabilitation,
ergonomics, psychology, law in relation to social issues
, computer science, statistics and scientific methodology || | research

B) providing practical teaching skills and knowledge in implementing
occupational therapy interventions in community care, the basic methodology
therapeutic exercise and rehabilitation nursing, investigation
motor functions, basic communication skills, intellectual and | || other functions necessary for the provision of care and occupational therapy evaluation in
self-sufficiency.

§ 7
Radiology Assistant


(1) Professional qualifications for pursuing the profession of radiology assistant
is obtained by completing an accredited program.

(2) The program referred to in paragraph 1 has standard study period of at least 3
years, including practical training is at least 1,200 hours.

(3) Studies in the program referred to in paragraph 1 provides the knowledge and skills
specified in § 3, and further comprising

A) classroom training provides knowledge

First fields that form the basis needed for the provision of health care
in clinical radiology fields, in the system, developmental and
topographic anatomy, pathology, physiology, biophysics, mathematics
including mathematical statistics, physics,


Second other clinical disciplines, internal medicine, surgery, pharmacology
, the use of medical devices, especially medical devices
in general nursing care and specific nursing care
in the implementation of radiological procedures,

Third specialized fields of radiology, in radiological physics,
molecular and clinical radiobiology, radiation oncology including
radiotherapy planning methods, verification procedures and radiation
techniques in radiodiagnostics including radiological and non-radiological
Static and dynamic imaging procedures (conventional and digital
radiography, computed tomography, radioscopic examination, ultrasound examination
, nuclear magnetic resonance) nuclear medicine
including both imaging and non-imaging
investigative techniques and therapeutic applications of open sources in radiological technology
ray anatomy anatomy including cross sections, radiation protection
medical exposure, including its optimization, risk analysis and control
benefits in quality assurance in medical radiological
operations, general safety in radiology,

Fourth related fields, and in general psychology and psychology
patients basics of pedagogy and education, technical
laws and regulations and standards concerning
ionizing radiation in the foundations of scientific research methodology,

B) classroom training provides the knowledge required for obtaining
special professional competence pursuant to the special legal regulation, 19)

C) practical lessons involving

First practical training in radiological physics and dosimetry in physical
tests to ensure the quality radiologic technology and diagnostic
information

Second practical training, which takes place in health facilities at workplaces
radiologists, radiation oncology and nuclear medicine
which provides skills and knowledge in radiological imaging
processes and design techniques in the acquisition, processing and archiving of video
data in irradiation techniques, radiotherapy planning, its
simulation and verification and in imaging and non-imaging
diagnostic methods in the field of nuclear medicine,

Third practical exercises providing skills and knowledge in general
nursing practices, especially in relation to internal medicine,
surgery, pediatrics and intensive care and in specific
nursing procedures used during radiological procedures;

These skills are acquired under the supervision of radiological
assistants or in justified cases, other medical personnel
eligible for the medical profession without professional supervision
.

§ 8
Medical Laboratory


(1) Professional competence to pursue the profession of medical laboratory
is obtained by completing an accredited program or
accredited educational program accredited
program and a training program or course
accredited educational program and educational program course.

(2) The programs referred to in paragraph 1 shall have a total standard study period
least three years, of which practical training is at least 1,000 hours.

(3) Studies in the programs referred to in paragraph 1 provides the knowledge and skills
specified in § 3, and further comprising

A) classroom training provides knowledge

First fields that form the basis needed for the provision of laboratory
health care, anatomy, physiology, pathology, biology,
biophysics, physics, chemistry, biochemistry and foundations radiation protection

Second laboratory and clinical disciplines, in histology and histological
technology, genetics and molecular biology, hematology and transfusion
medicine, microbiology, immunology, epidemiology, investigation
methods of protecting public health, toxicology, clinical biochemistry,
instrumental analysis (analytical chemistry)
medical products, particularly laboratory medical devices,

Third social and related fields, and in the foundation
psychology and communication, computer science, statistics and
scientific research methodology, quality management system
lab

B) providing practical teaching skills and knowledge in basic

Laboratory procedures in accordance with the principles of good laboratory practice
including samples of biological material and knowledge preanalytical, analytical and
postanalytického process in the fields of histology, genetics and molecular biology
, hematology and transfusion services, microbiology | || immunology, clinical biochemistry including toxicology, investigative methods
protection of public health and epidemiology;
practical training takes place mainly in the school laboratories; in each particular field
practical instruction takes place at least 5 days in medical facilities.

(4) If the professional competence to pursue the profession of medical laboratory technician
gaining an accredited study program and curriculum
course or an accredited educational program and
curriculum course complements the educational program || | course of education acquired by completing an accredited program
or an accredited educational program to meet the requirements
accordance with paragraphs 2 and 3

§ 9

Health Social Worker

(1) Professional qualifications for pursuing the profession of health and social
worker is obtained by completing an accredited program and a course
educational program or an accredited educational program and educational program
course.

(2) The programs referred to in paragraph 1 shall have a total standard study period
least three years, of which practical training is at least 1,000 hours.

(3) Studies in the programs referred to in paragraph 1 provides the knowledge and skills
specified in § 3, and further comprising

A) classroom training provides knowledge

First fields that form the basis needed for social care, in
philosophy, ethics, psychology, sociology, special foundations
education, social politics, law, social workers

Second social care, the method and techniques of social research, theory and method
social work, issues of social institutions
risk groups and minorities in the social aspects of health and disease in relation to clinical disciplines
, || |
Third related fields of healthcare, in
basics of anatomy, physiology and pathology, medical
in the basics of clinical internal medicine, surgery, psychiatry, pediatrics and geriatrics
in the basics of nursing care in the community,
in the basics of computer science, statistics and scientific research methodology,

B) providing practical teaching skills and knowledge in methods
social work in relation to solving complex social situations patients
incurred in connection with illness or disabilities;
Practical training takes place in inpatient health care facilities
follow-up care, palliative care, care institutions
social care in the wards, in community care, inpatient
medical facilities to care for children and adults with internal ,
surgical and mental illnesses and the state administration in
welfare.

(4) Training course program complements
education acquired by completing an accredited program or an accredited educational program
to meet the requirements of paragraphs 2 and 3

§ 10
Optometrist


(1) Professional competence to pursue the profession of optometrist
is obtained by completing an accredited degree program.

(2) The program referred to in paragraph 1 has standard study period of at least 3
years, including practical training is at least 240 hours.

(3) Studies in the program referred to in paragraph 1 provides the knowledge and skills
specified in § 3, and further comprising

A) classroom training provides knowledge

First fields that form the basis needed for the provision of health care
in optometry, in biology and genetics, anatomy, focusing on
eye anatomy, physiology, focusing on eye physiology, histology,
biochemistry, microbiology, immunology , physics, pathology, pharmacology,

Second optometry and optics and clinical specialties in ophthalmology, including
ocular pharmacology, in binocular vision, the theory of refraction, foundations
Orthoptics, medical devices, and in special
mobility aids, contact lenses and optical
and ophthalmic medical devices,

Third social and related fields, and in psychology
foundations of pedagogy and education, economics and business management, foundations

Informatics, statistics and scientific research methodology,

B) providing practical teaching skills and knowledge in optometry,
contactology, the investigation on ophthalmic devices and in the manufacture of contact
aids when studying as part of a team teaches
perform consulting services in the selection of spectacle frames and editing
lenses, and advisory services in the field of refractive errors including
contact lenses, investigate visual function and perform metric
eye examination, to determine the refractive error, make corrections applied
contact lenses or special optical aids and prescribe a
investigate the anterior segment of the eye for the needs
correction of refractive errors.

§ 11


Orthoptist
(1) Professional competence to pursue the profession of orthoptist
is obtained by completing an accredited degree program.

(2) The program referred to in paragraph 1 has standard study period of at least 3
years, including practical training is at least 1,600 hours.

(3) Studies in the program referred to in paragraph 1 provides the knowledge and skills
specified in § 3, and further comprising

A) classroom training provides knowledge

First fields that form the basis needed for the provision of health care in
ortoptice, in biology and genetics, anatomy
particular focus on eye anatomy, physiology particular focus on
physiology of the eye, histology, biochemistry, microbiology, immunology,
pathology, pharmacology, physics, focusing on optics and optometry,

Second ortoptice and clinical specialties in ophthalmology, and strabology
neuroophthalmology in ortoptice-pleoptice, nursing, nursing
childcare and nursing care in ophthalmology, in
medical devices, in special compensation
aids and ophthalmic medical devices,

Third social and related fields, and in psychology
foundations of pedagogy and education, computer science, statistics and scientific research methodology
,

B) providing practical teaching skills and knowledge in the fields
referred to in subparagraph a) of paragraph 2; practical training takes place in an outpatient medical facility
eye doctor, institution for children with disabilities
vision, eye hospital wards or hospitals and
strabological workplace.

§ 12

Assistant public health

(1) Professional qualifications for pursuing the profession assistant
protection of public health is obtained by completing an accredited program.

(2) The program referred to in paragraph 1 has standard study period of at least 3
years, including practical training is at least 1,200 hours.

(3) Studies in the program referred to in paragraph 1 provides the knowledge and skills
specified in § 3, and further comprising

A) classroom training provides knowledge

First biological and clinical disciplines that form the basis needed for
promote and protect public health, biology, anatomy,
physiology, pathology, histology, biophysics, chemistry and biochemistry,
microbiology, genetics, immunology,
foundations of clinical medical disciplines, especially infectious medicine, occupational medicine and occupational diseases
, pediatrics, in the foundations of radiation protection, medical
means

Second fields of promotion and protection of public health, epidemiology
infectious and non-infectious diseases and epidemiological methodology,
general and municipal hygiene, including consumer protection, hygiene
in the basics of nutrition, including food microbiology, food technology
, nutritional toxicology and nutritional counseling, the hygiene
objects of daily use, hygiene and occupational medicine, including
work physiology, hygiene in children and adolescents, methods of promotion
public health, the creation and management of health programs || |
Third social and related fields, and in the foundation
demographics, the foundations of sociology and social psychology including specifics
groups, foundations in pedagogy and communication with the public,
legislation, particularly in relation to the performance of state health || | supervisory and administrative procedures in the field of public health,
in the basics of computer science, statistics and scientific research methodology,

B) providing practical teaching skills and knowledge in the protection and promotion of public health
and the implementation of a national health surveillance in

Creation and management of health programs in support of public health
in basic laboratory methods in the field of public health
in obtaining the data needed to evaluate the impact
living and working conditions on the health of the population in
identifying and assessing health risks in the area of ​​public health protection
in relation to the environment and the working environment;
practical training takes place mainly in school laboratories, health institutions, the National Institute of Health and
state administration
performing state health supervision.

§ 13

Orthotics prosthetic

(1) Professional competence to pursue the profession of orthotics-ORTOTIKA
is obtained by completing an accredited program or an accredited educational program
.

(2) The programs referred to in paragraph 1, the standard study period of at least 3
years, including practical training is at least 1,000 hours.

(3) Studies in the programs referred to in paragraph 1 provides the knowledge and skills
specified in § 3, and further comprising

A) classroom training provides knowledge

First fields that form the basis needed for the provision of health care
in orthotics and prosthetics, and in anatomy and physiology, focusing on
motion system, biophysics, chemistry and biochemistry, in
pathological anatomy and physiology, focusing on the musculoskeletal system,
in the basics of biomechanics specialist drawing

Second orthotics, prosthetics and clinical specialties in orthopedics and
surgery, neurology, rehabilitation, pediatrics and articles
providing information about the structure, materials and technological
processes used in the design, construction and repair of medical
means, orthotic and prosthetic appliances,

Third social and related fields, and in the foundation
psychology, pedagogy, economics, computer science, statistics and scientific research methodology
,

B) providing practical teaching skills and knowledge necessary for
designing, making and repair of orthotic and prosthetic appliances;
Least half of the duration of practical training takes place in medical facilities or other
orthotic and prosthetic centers.

§ 14
Dietitian


(1) Professional qualifications for pursuing the profession of nutritional therapist
obtained by completing an accredited program or
accredited educational program.

(2) The programs referred to in paragraph 1, the standard study period of at least 3
years, including practical training is at least 1,800 hours.

(3) Studies in the program referred to in paragraph 1 provides the knowledge and skills
specified in § 3, and further comprising

A) classroom training provides knowledge

First fields, which form the basis required for providing nutritional care
and anatomy focusing on the digestive system, the physiology focusing
nutritional physiology and metabolism, pathology, pathophysiology
with a focus on the pathophysiology of a particular disease, in chemistry,
biochemistry, food chemistry, the science of food technology
food preparation, microbiology, epidemiology and hygiene, foundations
pharmacology

Second nutritional fields and fields of public health, in
medical toxicology, community hygiene and epidemiology of infectious and non-infectious diseases
in relation to nutrition, nutrition in healthy individuals
different age groups, including the special needs of pregnant women and | || peculiarities of child and adolescent age, nutrition in relation to body burden
(nutrition athletes), in community care, alternative and non-traditional
form of nutrition in nutritional counseling, health education and promotion
public health consumer protection, the creation and management of medical
programs, clinical dietetics, preparation of basic and specialty
therapeutic nutrition using the principles of balanced diet, nutritional processing
history, determine therapeutic plans catering to individual clients
hygienic aspects ensuring the production, preparation, distribution,
transportation, labeling and storing dishes and putting them into circulation
artificial nutrition (enteral and parenteral)

Third clinical disciplines, in internal medicine with a focus on
metabolic diseases, surgery, pediatrics, gynecology,
gerontology, psychiatry, infectious medicine, oncology and foundations
nursing


Fourth social and related fields, and in the foundation
sociology and social psychology, pedagogy and education foundations,
in psychology, legislation in relation to the performance of state health supervision
in basic economics, computer science, statistics and
scientific research methodology,

B) providing practical teaching skills and knowledge in the medical
nutrition in relation to clinical fields referred to in subparagraph a), point 3, it
in identifying the nutritional needs of patients in the assessment of nutritional status, in
eating processing plans, the selection of appropriate nutritional supplements,
in the preparation and distribution of food in health education, in education and counseling
; practical training takes place in inpatient and outpatient
healthcare facilities, including specialist medical institutions, in particular
geriatric wards, internal, pediatric and metabolic
units in educational centers in institutions of social care and
catering facilities particularly health and social
devices in school laboratories and state health departments and offices
government performing state health supervision;
Part of its participation in state health supervision in the area of ​​hygiene
nutrition in community care.

§ 15
The dental technician


(1) Professional qualifications for pursuing the profession of dental technician
is obtained by completing an accredited program or an accredited educational program
.

(2) The programs referred to in paragraph 1, the standard study period of at least 3
years, including practical training is at least 2,000 hours.

(3) Studies in the programs referred to in paragraph 1 provides the knowledge and skills
specified in § 3, and further comprising

A) classroom training, providing knowledge

First in fields that form the basis needed for the provision of health care
in the manufacture and repair of medical devices and dentures,
orthodontic appliances and other dental products (hereinafter
"manufacture of dentures") in anatomy , physiology, pathology, especially in relation to orofaciálnímu
system, its anomalies and diseases in
microbiology, hygiene (prevention, health education)
basics of biomechanics specialist drawing

Second in the manufacture of dental restorations and clinical fields, in
dental medicine and dental prosthetics, and theoretical instruction providing knowledge about
construction, materials and technological processes used in the manufacture
dentures,

Third social and related fields, and in the foundation
psychology, pedagogy, economics, computer science, statistics and scientific research methodology
,

B) practical classes in which the students as part of a team
dental laboratories and dentists workplace learning on the basis
acquired knowledge and skills to manufacture and repair dentures and orthodontic
aids with an emphasis on the correct technology progresses;
Practical training takes place in school laboratories and
health facilities, especially in dental labs and workplaces
dentistry.

§ 16
Dental hygienist


(1) Professional qualifications for pursuing the profession of dental hygienist is
obtained by completing an accredited program or
accredited educational program.

(2) The programs referred to in paragraph 1, the standard study period of at least 3
years, including practical training is at least 1,500 hours.

(3) Studies in the programs referred to in paragraph 1 provides the knowledge and skills
specified in § 3, and further comprising

A) classroom training provides knowledge

First fields that form the basis needed for the provision of health care
in dental hygiene and dental prevention, in anatomy, physiology, pathology
particularly in relation to orofaciálnímu system, its anomalies and
disease in chemistry in relation the used materials,
in microbiology and epidemiology in oral histology, physiology, nutrition, pharmacology and
basic knowledge of medical devices

Second dental hygiene and clinical disciplines, the foundation
dental medicine including preventive dentistry and periodontics, in
oral hygiene, dermatology, internal medicine and foundations
Pediatrics, the foundations of dental prosthetics, the use of radiological
equipment in dentistry, including taking photographs and protection

Ionizing radiation instrumentation in dentistry, in
medical devices used in dental hygiene,

Third social and related fields, and in the foundation
psychology and communication, basics of pedagogy and education, foundations
economics, computer science, statistics and scientific research methodology,

B) providing practical teaching skills and knowledge in implementing
procedures connected with the professional oral hygiene, the patient education to
modern techniques of oral hygiene in the implementation of health education in
implementation of interventions aimed at the treatment of initial changes
hard dental tissues and periodontal removal factors
local irritation in the mouth; practical training takes place in school laboratories,
health facilities, especially in workplaces that provide dental care and
workplaces dental hygienists.

§ 17
Paramedic


(1) Professional qualifications for the job paramedic
is obtained by completing an accredited program or
accredited educational program.

(2) The programs referred to in paragraph 1, the standard study period of at least 3
years, including practical training is at least 1,800 hours.

(3) Studies in the programs referred to in paragraph 1 provides the knowledge and skills
specified in § 3, and further comprising

A) classroom training provides knowledge

First fields that form the basis needed for the provision of emergency medical care
, in anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology,
pathology, epidemiology and microbiology (bacteriology, virology, parasitology
), biophysics, biochemistry, in the basics of radiology
foundations including radiation protection, in pharmacology and basic knowledge
medical devices, toxicology, in the foundations of radiation protection

Second clinical disciplines and other specific fields related
providing emergency care, in emergency and military medicine, medicine
state of emergency ^ 20) of the integrated rescue system, work in the medical
Operations Center, anaesthesiology
and intensive care nursing in relation to the internal, surgical, neurological
and specialist medicine in pediatrics, gynecology and obstetrics
, including psychiatry, substance abuse,
in gerontology, emergency care for acute and critical conditions,
medical and other equipment used primarily in
prehospital emergency care

Third social and related fields, in psychology and communication, including
solving difficult life situations in telecommunications
technology, computer science, statistics and methodology of scientific
R

B) providing practical teaching skills and knowledge
pre-hospital emergency care in situations characteristic
War medicine and emergency and crisis situations in cooperation with the components
integrated rescue system, in briefings to provide general | || first aid, including mentoring at a distance, the driving and navigational skills
and other physical skills necessary to work in
rescue service, nursing, particularly in relation to
nursing in surgery, internal medicine, pediatrics, neurology,
intensive care, obstetrics and gynecology, psychiatry, including coping
aggressive patients; practical training takes place in medical
facilities providing emergency care including workplaces that have
character of acute admission, as well as in inpatient medical facilities and workplaces
other components of the integrated rescue system.

§ 18
Pharmaceutical assistant


(1) Professional competence to pursue the profession of pharmaceutical assistant
is obtained by completing an accredited educational program.

(2) The program referred to in paragraph 1 has standard study period of at least 3
years, including practical training is at least 700 hours.

(3) Studies in the program referred to in paragraph 1 provides the knowledge and skills
specified in § 3, and further comprising

A) classroom training, providing knowledge

First in basic science and medical fields that allow
understand the interaction of the active substance and the living organism, in
anatomy, physiology, pathology, chemistry, microbiology, pharmaceutical

Botany, analyzing drugs, the foundations of radiation protection

Second in pharmaceutical and clinical fields, in pharmaceutical chemistry, pharmacology
, preparation of medicines, pharmacognosy, check
medicines, medical devices,

Third social and related fields, and in the foundation
psychology, computer science, statistics and scientific research methodology,

B) providing practical teaching skills and knowledge in training and
supervision of medicinal products prepared on medical prescriptions and to
stocks in the dispensing of medicinal products whose dispensing is not tied to
prescription in dispensing and sales of medical devices;
Practical training takes place mainly in pharmacies, school laboratories
and other medical establishments carrying out the preparation of medicines under the supervision of a pharmacist
, pharmaceutical assistant or specialist in
preparation of radiopharmaceuticals.

§ 19
Biomedical Technician


(1) Professional qualifications for pursuing the profession of biomedical engineering
is obtained by completing an accredited program or
accredited program and a training program or course
accredited educational program and educational program of the course.

(2) The programs referred to in paragraph 1 shall have a total standard study period
least three years, of which practical training is at least 600 hours.

(3) Studies in the programs referred to in paragraph 1 provides the knowledge and skills
specified in § 3, and further comprising

A) classroom training provides knowledge

First fields that form the basis needed for the execution of technical
medical profession, and the basics of anatomy, physiology and pathology
,

Second technical fields, in signal and image processing (
introduction to the theory of signal processing, analysis and interpretation of biomedical, biomedical sensors
), medical devices (
basics of electronic circuits, diagnostic medical devices,
therapeutic medical devices, laboratory
medical devices, complex medical devices, imaging systems
clinic) in computer science and cybernetics (the basics of statistics in medicine
computer-aided diagnostics, telemedicine, information systems in the healthcare
, introduction to the theory of simulation and modeling)
electrical subjects (mathematics, physics, theoretical
electrical engineering, electronics, electrical measurements, programming)

Third related fields, and in the management of medical equipment in
technical legislation and standards in force in the health and
foundations of scientific research methodology,

B) providing practical teaching skills and knowledge in the fields
referred to in subparagraph a) of paragraph 2; practical training takes place in school
laboratories and medical facilities; in medical devices
practical training takes place less than 50 hours in the workplace
using diagnostic medical devices for at least 30 hours
workplaces employing therapeutic medical devices and
least 20 hours of work using laboratory medical instrument
.

(4) If the professional competence to pursue the profession of biomedical engineering
gaining an accredited study program and
educational program or course at an accredited educational program and curriculum
course complements the educational program training course | || acquired by completing an accredited program or
accredited educational program so that it meets the requirements under
paragraphs 2 and 3

§ 19a
A biotechnology assistant


(1) Professional qualifications for pursuing the profession biotechnical assistant
is obtained by completing an accredited medical degree program
or accredited program and a training program course.

(2) The programs referred to in paragraph 1 shall have a total standard study period
least three years, of which practical training is at least 400 hours.

(3) Studies in the programs referred to in paragraph 1 provides the knowledge and skills
specified in § 3, and further comprising

A) classroom training provides knowledge

First medical disciplines that form the basis needed for the occupation
biotechnical assistant, in the fundamentals of anatomy, physiology, pathology
, biochemistry, internal medicine, surgery, microbiology, clinical

Pharmacology and dentistry

Second technical fields, in digital signal processing and image (
introduction to the theory of digital signal processing, analysis and interpretation of biomedical,
introduction to simulation and modeling), medical devices (
diagnostic and therapeutic medical devices, medical laboratory
devices, imaging systems in medicine), computer science (
information systems in health care, telemedicine, computer aided diagnostics and therapy
, programming basics, basics of statistics in medicine)

Third related fields, and in ethics, psychology, management and
economy, the health foundations scientific research methodology,

B) providing practical teaching skills in the subjects listed in
letter a), point 2 takes place in the school laboratories and medical facilities
; in medical facilities for vocational training takes place
less than 50 hours in workplaces employing
diagnostic medical devices, at least 40 hours in workplaces employing
therapeutic medical devices and at least 20 hours in workplaces
using laboratory medical equipment.

(4) If the professional competence to pursue the profession of biotechnical
assistant obtains an accredited study program and curriculum
course complements the educational program training course
acquired by completing an accredited program in order || | meet the requirements of paragraphs 2 and 3

§ 20


Radiological techniques
(1) Professional competence to pursue the profession of radiology technician
is obtained by completing an accredited program or
accredited program and a training program course.

(2) The programs referred to in paragraph 1 shall have a total standard study period
least three years, of which practical training is at least 300 hours.

(3) Studies in the programs referred to in paragraph 1 provides the knowledge and skills
specified in § 3, and further comprising

A) classroom training provides knowledge

First fields which generate sufficient mathematical and physical basis
necessary for the understanding of radiology equipment and
ionizing radiation and its effects on the body, and it
mathematics (differential and integral calculus, ordinary differential equations,
systems of linear algebraic equations, linear mappings,
mathematical statistics, numerical methods), physics (mechanics, electricity and magnetism
, solid state physics, basics of physical measurements
) in physics ionizing radiation (properties of the atom and
atomic nuclei, ionizing radiation interactions with matter, radioactive decay, nuclear reactions
), computer science (basic hardware, office
software, basics of computer networking, data storage and backup, protection and data networks
communication, pictorial and archival standards
information systems in healthcare, statistical data processing
focusing on clinical and epidemiological data) in the foundations of biology, physiology
terms of medical exposure in the general basics of anatomy in
X-ray anatomy and the anatomy of cross sections,

Second radiological fields, in the detection and dosimetry of ionizing radiation
(quantities and units of ionizing radiation, the theory of ionization
cavity, gas, scintillation and semiconductor detectors
thermoluminescent dosimeters film) in radiological devices
(especially X-ray diagnostic equipment, digital and conventional
imaging systems, magnetic resonance imaging
ultrasound, scintillation camera, PET camera, radionuclide irradiator,
radiotherapeutic simulator, accelerators of charged particles, nuclear reactor
) in the physical and technical aspects of ionizing radiation in
radiotherapy, nuclear medicine and radio-diagnostics,
in radiation protection including radiation protection of patients with regard to the specifics of
radiodiagnostics, nuclear medicine and radiotherapy, ensuring | || quality radiodiagnostic the use of ionizing radiation in nuclear medicine and radiotherapy
,

Third related fields, and in technical legislation and
legislation relating to ionizing radiation and the foundations
scientific research methodology,

B) classroom training provides the knowledge required for obtaining
special professional competence pursuant to the special legal regulation, 19)


C) providing practical teaching skills and knowledge in physical
measurement and work with the device, use, maintenance, service and
records standard radiology equipment and other radiological equipment
medical centers in the fields of radiology, nuclear
medicine and radiotherapy; practical training takes place in school
laboratories and medical facilities; in medical devices
practical training takes place at least 150 hours, under the leadership
radiology technician or radiological physicist.

(4) If the professional competence to pursue the profession of radiology
technique acquires an accredited study program and curriculum
course complements the educational program training course
acquired by completing an accredited program in order || | meet the requirements of paragraphs 2 and 3

§ 20a


Addictologist
(1) Professional qualifications for pursuing the profession addictologist
is obtained by completing an accredited healthcare study program or
accredited educational program and an educational program or course
accredited program and a training program or course completion of educational
course program after obtaining professional qualification
nurses.

(2) The program referred to in paragraph 1, the standard period of study
least 3 years and at least 2400 hours of theoretical and practical instruction, including
least 350 hours of practical training.

(3) Studies in the program referred to in paragraph 1. a)
provides the knowledge and skills specified in § 3, and further comprising

A) classroom training provides knowledge

First fields that form the basis required for the provision addictological
health care, anatomy, human biology, chemistry and biochemistry,
basics of medical terminology, medical informatics, physiology,
foundations of clinical medicine, ethics, pathology and pathophysiology, clinical pharmacology
, hygiene and epidemiology, pediatrics, general and
developmental psychology, methodology and addictological
epidemiological research and related clinical medical fields

Second addictology and clinical psychology and basic knowledge with others
Adiktologie related theoretical and clinical fields, in
mental health and lifestyle basics of communications, foundations
psychological and psychiatric diagnosis, the foundations of sociology and
social psychology, pedagogy and special education, social work and politics
, general and special psychiatry and psychotherapy, measures
suppressing substance abuse, self-help tools
treatment of alcoholics, drug addicts, the theory of coordinated care, counseling theory || | work, the issue of pathological gambling and uncontrolled use
modern communication technologies in criminology, drug policy,
primary drug prevention, the issue of drug abuse;
addictological of medical care, particularly in low-threshold services
outpatient and inpatient care, therapeutic communities and aftercare;
Community care, clinical addiction has, especially in clinical psychopharmacology
addictive substances, etiologic and pathogenetic
aspects of substance use disorders caused by complications
substance use and treatment; substitution treatment, the organization
addictological provision of care within health facilities providing
care or social services and within schools,

Third related fields, and in rehabilitation, ergonomics
foundations of computer science, statistics and scientific research methodology, and
in the basics of law, basics of financial management,

B) providing practical teaching skills related to theoretical
fields, especially in the initial interview and leadership
diagnostic-therapeutic interview, methods of work with a team
methods of work with families with early intervention and crisis intervention training
coordinated care practice primary prevention programs, training
socio-legal skills and socio-psychological counseling and training
; practical training takes place in health facilities and social service facilities
system addictological medical care, especially in plants
low-threshold services, outpatient care and
replacement therapy, inpatient care, follow-up care, care in therapeutic

Communities and in their own social environment of individuals.

(4) Training course program referred to in paragraph 1 the following education
referred to in paragraph 1 to meet the requirements of paragraphs 2 and 3

§ 21

Psychologist in health care and clinical psychologist

(1) Professional qualifications for pursuing the profession of psychologist in health care
be obtained by completing an accredited program and a course
educational program that is carried out by the university.
Accredited degree program has a standard duration of study for at least 5 years
of which at least 100 hours of practical training.

(2) specialized qualifications to practice clinical psychologist
is obtained by completing an accredited program and
specialization programs in clinical psychology.
Accredited degree program and specialization program with a total
standard period of study in at least 10 years, including practical training is at least 400
hours. Specialization program in clinical psychology complements
accredited program so as to meet the minimum requirements
under paragraph 3, and further deepens and extends the knowledge and skills
order to graduate studies, he was able to pursue a profession without | || supervision.

(3) Study programs referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2
provides the knowledge and skills specified in § 3, and further comprising

A) classroom training provides knowledge

First fields that form the necessary basis for providing psychological
health care, in general psychology, developmental psychology,
methodology of psychological research, basic knowledge of anatomy and physiology
, psychopharmacology and related clinical medical
fields

Second Clinical psychology and basic knowledge in related fields
psychological, in psychological diagnosis (knowledge
psychometry and design tests, psychometric characteristics
most important assessment methods, methodological aspects
Psychodiagnostics) in clinical developmental psychology (development and growth of
psychological point of view, its deviations and failures, basic evolutionary theory
) in psychopathology (symptoms, and syndromology
nosology of mental disorders, psychopathology of childhood, adolescence, adulthood and old age
, family interaction and mental health disorders
marital and family life, psychosexual special issue), in
psychotherapy (theoretical foundations of major psychotherapeutic approaches,
indicative basic methods of psychotherapy individual, group and family
adults and children, basic methods of crisis intervention
), the psychological problems of somatic diseases

Third related fields, and in the organization of psychological
care within the health and social care within the school facilities in
philosophy, computer science, statistics and methodology of scientific
R

B) providing practical teaching basic skills and knowledge in the fields
referred to in subparagraph a), point 2, under the supervision of a clinical psychologist
eligible for the medical profession without professional supervision
; practical training takes place mainly in
health and social facilities and in their own social environment
individuals.

§ 22

Clinical speech pathologist

(1) specialized qualifications to pursue the profession of clinical speech pathologist
is obtained by completing an accredited program and
specialization programs.

(2) An accredited degree program referred to in paragraph 1 has standard
study period of at least 5 years, of which practical training is at least 400
hours. Specialization program in the field of clinical speech therapy is the standard
study period three years and adds accredited program so that
meet minimum requirements under paragraph 3, and further deepens and broadens
acquired knowledge and skills in order to graduate
study was able to pursue the profession without professional supervision.

(3) Studies in the programs referred to in paragraph 1 provides the knowledge and skills
specified in § 3, and further comprising

A) classroom training provides knowledge

First fields that form the basis required for providing speech therapy
health care, in pedagogy and special education, anatomy, physiology and pathology
focusing on auditory and vocal tract
basic knowledge of medical devices, especially hearing aids and

Electro-diagnostic medical devices

Second Clinical speech therapy and other related clinical disciplines,
in methods and techniques of speech therapy diagnostics, screening and follow-up
speech and hearing defects, developmental and acquired disorders
speech, language disorders in psychiatric diseases, disorders of the voice || | and their reeducation, types of hearing impairments, education and reeducation
hearing impairment, speech therapy for all types of disturbed
communication skills including the issues of somatic disorders in
voice hygiene, based on related clinical disciplines, especially in
phoniatrics, otorhinolaryngology, pediatrics, psychiatry, including
geriatric psychiatric, neurology, geriatrics, rehabilitation
including physiotherapy and occupational therapy, and speech therapy assessment activities in
including the employment of persons with speech, hearing or combined | || defects

Third related fields, and in the organization of speech therapy within
health and social care within schools, psychology
foundations of legal issues in social care and education,
foundations of computer science, statistics and scientific research methodology ,

B) providing practical teaching skills and knowledge in special
diagnostic methods and techniques in the re-educative, educational and rehabilitation
procedures for all types of communication
skills including technical management skills necessary to work || | clinical speech pathologist (analysis of the audio recording of communications capabilities
client, practical treatment for hearing aids and
audiovisual and electro-acoustic devices used by
in diagnosis and therapy); practical training takes place in medical and
social institutions and educational establishments, including special
school facilities.

(4) Practical training, which is part of a specialized program
take place at least 36 months in the professional workplace Logopedický
under the supervision of a clinical speech pathologist, unless stipulated otherwise;
Of which is at least

A) 12 weeks in a health care facility providing speech therapy
under the direct supervision of a clinical speech pathologist, 2 weeks at the workplace
designated accredited facilities and

B) six weeks in a residential healthcare facility providing speech therapy,
otorhinolaryngologic, rehabilitation, geriatric, psychiatric or neurological
care, under the supervision of a clinical speech pathologist or doctor
respective areas of expertise; This practical training takes place
at least four of the listed sites.

§ 22a
The visual therapist


(1) specialized qualifications for the job optic
therapist is obtained by completing an accredited program and
another accredited postgraduate specialization programs or
accredited program and a training program course.

(2) An accredited degree program referred to in paragraph 1 has standard
study period of at least 5 years, of which practical training is at least 100
hours. Accredited specialized program has a standard duration of study 1
year and completes an accredited degree program so as to meet the minimum requirements
pursuant to paragraph 3

(3) Studies in the programs referred to in paragraph 1 provides the knowledge and skills
specified in § 3, and further comprising

A) classroom training provides knowledge

First fields that form the basis required for the provision oftalmopedické
health care, in pedagogy and special education, anatomy, physiology and pathology
focusing on the visual system, and
basic knowledge of medical devices, particularly special optical | || magnifying aids and electronic aids

Second visual therapy, and the methods and techniques of diagnosis, screening and follow-up
visual defects and disorders of visual functions, education and reeducation
visual functions, therapeutic intervention for congenital and acquired defects
disorders and visual functions in infants and children in preverbálním
period in all age groups of people with impaired communication abilities
, deaf people with the disease or disorder of the central nervous system
with mental retardation and difficult evaluable. Furthermore
in the basics related clinical disciplines, especially in ophthalmology, optics
, ortoptice and optometry, pediatrics, psychiatry, including

Geriatric psychiatric, neurology, geriatrics, speech therapy, physiotherapy
including physiotherapy and occupational therapy, and assessment activities in the visual
therapy including the employment of persons with visual impairments and multiple disabilities
,

Third related fields, and in the organization oftalmopedické
care within the health and social services, and educational facilities,
fundamentals of psychology, pedagogy and education, foundations
legal issues in the area of ​​social and health services and education | || foundations of computer science, statistics and scientific research methodology,

B) providing practical teaching skills in special
diagnostic methods and techniques in educational,
reeducation and rehabilitation procedures for severe congenital and acquired disorders of vision
of all ages, including technical management skills to work with || | diagnostic aids, special optical and electronic
tools used in the work of visual therapist, especially applications
diagnostic methods with regard to age, mental skills, diagnosis
level of development vision and way of communication;
practical handling of optical and electronic devices used by the diagnosis and therapy
; practical training takes place in health facilities
social services and schools or other educational institutions.

(4) If the professional competence to pursue the profession of visual therapist
gaining an accredited study program and educational program
course complements the training program course
education acquired by completing an accredited program of study to meet | || requirements under paragraphs 2 and 3

§ 23
Physiotherapist


(1) Professional competence to pursue the profession of physiotherapist gains
completing an accredited bachelor degree or
accredited master's degree program.

(2) The programs referred to in paragraph 1, the standard length of study

A) accredited bachelor's degree program at least three years of practical training
it is at least 1,600 hours

B) an accredited master's program building on
accredited bachelor's degree program for training physiotherapists
least two years, of which practical training is at least 600 hours

C) accredited master's degree program at least 5 years of practical teaching
which is at least 2200 hours.

(3) Studies in the program referred to in paragraph 2. a)
provides the knowledge and skills specified in § 3, and further comprising

A) classroom training, providing knowledge

First in fields that form the basis required for providing
physiotherapy care, biology, anatomy, physiology, pathology and physiology
, biophysics, biomechanics, kinesiology,

Second physiotherapy, therapeutic rehabilitation and other clinical specialties
and internal medicine, surgery, traumatology, gynecology,
neurology, psychiatry, pediatrics, geriatrics, orthopedics, prosthetics, propaedeutic
rehabilitation, physical therapy, balneology in
investigative, diagnostic and therapeutic procedures in
physiotherapy in the clinical fields and preventive care in
kinesiology, basics of occupational therapy in community care, health
physical education, physical education and sport health affected,

Third social and related fields, and in the foundation
psychology, pedagogy and education, the foundations of special education in
social and vocational rehabilitation, social legislation
ergonomics in the foundations of computer science, statistics and
methodology of scientific research

B) providing practical teaching skills and knowledge in implementing
physiotherapy procedures referred to in subparagraph a) of paragraph 2;
practical teaching takes place mainly in health care facilities under the guidance of a physiotherapist or
where justified under the guidance of a physician
specializing in the field of physical medicine and rehabilitation;
part of practical training is a continuous practice of at least 120 hours each year
studios and sports under the guidance of physical education specialists or physiotherapists
.

(4) Studies in the program referred to in paragraph 2. b)
extends the knowledge and skills referred to in paragraph 3 and physiotherapist focuses on
providing specialized physiotherapy care through

Least one specialized methodology or concept (eg methodology
according to Lewit, hippotherapy, Kabat technology propriosensory
neuromuscular facilitation, Vojta developmental kinesiology, methodology
Moses, Brügger concept).

(5) Study program referred to in paragraph 2. c)
provides knowledge and skills in accordance with paragraphs 3 and 4.

§ 24


Radiological Physics
(1) Professional qualifications for pursuing the profession of radiological physics
obtained by completing an accredited program or
accredited program and a training program course.

(2) The programs referred to in paragraph 1 shall have a total standard study period

A) accredited master's degree program after obtaining full
secondary education for at least 5 years, of which practical training is
least 300 hours

B) an accredited master's program building on
accredited bachelor's degree program in mathematics and physics
focus of at least two years, of which the practical training is at least 300 hours;
Requirements for the number of hours of practical training and requirements set out in paragraph 3
can also be passed during previous studies
accredited bachelor's degree program.

(3) Studies in the programs referred to in paragraph 1 provides the knowledge and skills
specified in § 3, and further comprising

A) classroom training provides knowledge

First fields which generate sufficient mathematical and physical basis
necessary for understanding the problems of ionizing radiation and its effects on the body and
issue of radiological equipment, and it
in mathematics (calculus, linear algebra, numerical mathematics, equation | || mathematical physics, mathematical statistics and probability theory basics
, Monte Carlo method), physics (mechanics, electricity and magnetism
, thermodynamics and molecular physics, thermodynamics, statistical physics
, waves, optics, atomic and nuclear physics, theoretical and quantum
physics, solid state physics), in physics ionizing radiation (
sources of ionizing radiation, ionizing radiation interactions with matter,
radioactive decay, nuclear reactions), computer science (basic | || hardware, office software, basics of computer networks, storage and
data backup, network protection and data communications, video and archival
standards in healthcare information systems, statistical data processing
focusing on clinical and epidemiological studies)
in the basics of biology and physiology in terms of medical exposure
in the basics of anatomy, anatomy X-ray anatomy and cross sections,

Second radiological fields, in the detection, dosimetry and metrology
ionizing radiation (quantities and units of ionizing radiation theory
ionization in the cavity, gas, scintillation and semiconductor detectors
thermoluminescen, film and other integrating dosimetry methods,
standardization, calibration) in radiological devices and other medical devices
(particularly X-ray diagnostic equipment,
digital and conventional imaging systems, imaging
magnetic resonance and ultrasound, scintillation camera, PET camera,
radionuclide irradiator, radiotherapy simulator
charged particles accelerators, nuclear reactor), in physical, technical and clinical aspects
ionizing radiation in radiotherapy, nuclear medicine and radio-diagnostics
in the basics of physical, technical and | || clinical aspects of non-ionizing radiation in diagnosis and therapy, in
system of quality assurance in radiodiagnostics, nuclear medicine and radiotherapy
, radiobiology and biological effects of ionizing radiation
, including radiation protection, radiation protection of patients with respect to || | specifics in radiodiagnostics, nuclear medicine and radiotherapy,
use, maintenance, service and registration of radiology equipment including
issue of clinical trials and clinical tests
their side effects and the risk analysis

Third related fields, and in technical legislation and standards applicable
in health care and legislation on
ionizing radiation in the foundations of scientific research methodology,

B) classroom training provides the knowledge required for obtaining
special professional competence pursuant to the special legal regulation, 19)

C) providing practical teaching skills and knowledge in physics

Measurement and instrumentation work at least 150 hours,
ongoing especially in school labs, further comprising
professional practice in healthcare facilities focused on the area
radiologists, nuclear medicine and radiotherapy under the leadership || | clinical radiological physicist at least 150 hours and excursions
workplace using non-ionizing radiation for diagnostic or therapeutic purposes
.

(4) If the professional competence to pursue the profession of radiological physicist
gaining an accredited study program and educational program
course complements the training program course
education acquired by completing an accredited program of study to meet | || requirements under paragraphs 2 and 3

§ 25

Specialist in laboratory methods and in the preparation of medicinal products


(1) Professional competence to pursue the profession of specialist in
laboratory methods and in the preparation of medicines
obtained by completing an accredited program or
accredited program of study and training program course.

(2) The programs referred to in paragraph 1 shall have a total standard study period

A) accredited master's degree program after obtaining full
secondary education for at least 5 years, of which practical training is
least 500 hours

B) an accredited master's program building on
accredited bachelor of science degree program focus
least two years, of which practical training is at least 500 hours;
Requirements for the number of hours of practical training and requirements set out in paragraph 3
can also be passed during previous studies
accredited bachelor's degree program.

(3) Studies in the programs referred to in paragraph 1 provides the knowledge and skills
specified in § 3, and further comprising

A) classroom training provides knowledge

First fields that form the basis needed for the provision of health care
laboratory and preparation of medicines, in medical
science, mathematics, physics, chemistry and biochemistry, biology,
anatomy, physiology and pathology of radiation protection ,

Second clinical laboratory and related fields, in medical
microbiology, cytology and histology, molecular biology and genetics,
Clinical Immunology and Allergology, clinical chemistry and toxicology
clinical hematology and transfusion medicine, laboratory methods in | || protection of public health, pharmacology propaedeutic
in the preparation of radiopharmaceuticals based on clinical medical fields (especially
internal medicine, infectious medicine, intensive care medicine and pediatrics
) in medical devices, especially in laboratory
medical devices, the assurance of a quality system

Third related fields, and in communication skills,
foundations of computer science, statistics and scientific research methodology,

B) providing practical teaching skills and knowledge in the selection
methods and the analysis of biological materials and components of living and working environment
including sampling, assessment of clinical
importance of laboratory testing and interpretation of their results, in | || utilization of laboratory and medical equipment
instrumental techniques in the use of automation, statistical methods and computational
techniques and principles of good laboratory practice;
practical teaching takes place mainly in school laboratories and medical facilities
, in the fields of medical microbiology, histology,
molecular biology and genetics, immunology and allergy, clinical biochemistry
including toxicology, clinical hematology and
transfusion medicine, public health protection; in each particular field must be at least 30 hours
take the form of practical education in
medical facilities.

(4) If the professional competence to pursue the profession of specialist
in laboratory methods and in the preparation of medicines are derived
accredited study program and curriculum
course complements the educational program of education acquired by completing course
accredited program so that it meets the requirements under
paragraphs 2 and 3, either in the laboratory or in the fields of training
medicines.

§ 26

Biomedical Engineer


(1) Professional qualifications for the job of biomedical engineer
obtained by completing an accredited program or
accredited program and a training program course.

(2) The programs referred to in paragraph 1 shall have a total standard study period

A) accredited master's degree program after obtaining full
secondary education for at least 5 years, of which practical training is
than 100 hours after receiving full secondary education,

B) an accredited master's program building on
accredited bachelor's degree program electrotechnical focus
least two years, of which practical training is at least 100 hours;
Requirements for the number of hours of practical training and requirements set out in paragraph 3
can also be passed during previous studies
accredited bachelor's degree program.

(3) If the basic electrical training, in mathematics,
physics, theoretical electrical engineering, electronics, electrical measurements
electromagnetic field theory and part programming
previous study in an accredited degree program or
accredited educational program, the study pursuant to paragraph 2

(4) Study programs referred to in paragraph 1 provides the knowledge and skills
specified in § 3, and further comprising

A) classroom training provides knowledge

First fields that form the basis needed for the execution of technical
medical profession, and the basics of anatomy, physiology and pathology
in defining systems on biological objects, biophysics,
physical methods of therapy

Second technical fields, in signal and image processing (theory
signal, digital signal and image processing, analysis and interpretation
biomedical, biomedical sensors), medical devices
(circuit theory, diagnostic medical devices, therapeutic
medical instruments, laboratory medical devices, medical equipment complexes
theory imaging systems, imaging systems
clinic) in computer science and cybernetics (statistics in medicine
computer aided diagnostics, telemedicine, information systems
in health care, theory and simulation modeling in medicine)

Third related fields, and in technical legislation and standards applicable
healthcare, medical technology management,
foundations of science and scientific research methodology,

B) providing practical teaching skills and knowledge in the fields
referred to in subparagraph a) of paragraph 2; practical training takes place in school
laboratories and medical facilities; in health facilities
runs for at least 30 hours in workplaces employing
diagnostic medical devices, at least 20 hours in workplaces employing
therapeutic medical devices and at least 10 hours in workplaces
using laboratory medical equipment.

(5) If the professional competence to pursue the profession of biomedical engineer
gaining an accredited study program and curriculum
course complements the educational program training course
acquired by completing an accredited program in order || | meet the requirements of paragraphs 2 to 4

§ 27

Specialist in Public Health Protection

(1) Professional qualifications for pursuing the profession of a specialist in public health protection
a
obtained by completing an accredited degree program or an accredited program and a training program
course.

(2) The programs referred to in paragraph 1 shall have a total standard study period

A) accredited master's degree program after obtaining full
secondary education for at least 5 years, of which at least 500 hours of practical
teaching

B) an accredited master's program building on
accredited bachelor's degree program for training assistants
protection of public health for at least two years, of which at least 500 hours of practical teaching
; requirements for the number of hours of practical training and
requirements set out in paragraph 3 may also be passed during the previous
bachelor's degree.

(3) Studies in accredited programs listed in paragraph

1 provides the knowledge and skills listed in § 3 and also contains

A) classroom training provides knowledge

First biological and clinical fields, fields that form the basis
necessary for the protection and promotion of public health, biology,
anatomy, physiology, pathology, histology, physics and biophysics, chemistry
and biochemistry, microbiology, genetics, immunology, medical toxicology
Based on clinical medical fields, particularly in the foundations of infectious
medicine and pediatrics in the basics of radiation protection

Second fields of promotion and protection of public health, epidemiology
infectious and non-infectious diseases and epidemiological methodology,
general and municipal hygiene, including consumer protection, the hygiene
nutrition including the basics of food microbiology in food || | technology, nutrition and toxicology, nutritional counseling, the hygiene
objects of daily use in hygiene and occupational medicine, including
work physiology, hygiene in children and adolescents in the methods of promotion
public health, the creation and management of health programs

Third social and related fields, and in the foundation
ecology, demography basics, basics of sociology and social psychology
including specifics population groups, foundations
pedagogy and communication with the public, in particular legislation relating to || | performance of state health supervision and administrative procedures in the field of
public health, statistics, computer science foundations and methodology
scientific research

B) providing practical teaching skills and knowledge in the protection and promotion of public health
and the implementation of a national health surveillance in
creation, management and evaluation of health programs in
promoting public health, choice of basic laboratory
methods in the field of public health protection, acquisition and interpretation of data
needed to assess the impact of living and working conditions on
health of the population in identifying and assessing health risks
protect public health in relation to
life and working environment; practical training takes place mainly in laboratories
including school laboratories, health institutions, the National Institute of Health and
state administration
performing state health supervision.

(4) If the professional competence to pursue the profession of specialist
protecting public health gains accredited study
program and curriculum course complements the educational program
course of education acquired by completing an accredited program | || to meet the requirements of paragraphs 2 and 3

§ 28
Medical Assistant


(1) Professional qualifications for the job as a medical assistant with
obtained by completing school education program or educational program
course.

(2) School education program has a standard duration of study for at least four years,
of that practical training is at least 900 hours. Educational program
course includes at least 500 hours of theoretical and
least 400 hours of practical training.

(3) Studies in the programs referred to in paragraph 1 provides the knowledge and skills
referred to in § 3, and further comprising

A) classroom training, providing knowledge

First in general education courses, which provide an overall
general knowledge, language and communication skills, knowledge and skills
of natural sciences, especially in mathematics, physics, chemistry and biology
,

Second in fields that form the basis
required for providing nursing care, in somatology, including clinical propaedeutic
pharmacology, basic medical resources and basic
investigative techniques, the protection of public health, including epidemiology
, in disease prevention and health education, the foundation
radiation protection

Third in nursing and clinical fields, in theory
nursing, general nursing care and nursing care in relation
especially for internal medicine, surgery, pediatrics,
care for mother and newborn, gynecology, psychiatry, care of
elderly and geriatrics in community care,

Fourth social and related fields, in psychology and
communication

B) providing practical teaching skills and knowledge in providing

Nursing care within the nursing team in relation to
clinical medical disciplines, especially for internal medicine, surgery,
child care and paediatrics, gynecology, geriatrics and community care.

(4) Training course program contains articles referred to in paragraph 3
point. a) point 1.

§ 29


Laboratory Assistant
(1) Professional qualifications for pursuing the profession of laboratory assistant
obtained by completing the school curriculum.

(2) The program referred to in paragraph 1, the standard period of study of at least 4
years, of that practical training is at least 900 hours.

(3) Studies in the program referred to in paragraph 1 provides the knowledge and skills
referred to in § 3, and further comprising

A) classroom training, providing knowledge

First in general education courses, which provide an overall
general knowledge, language and communication skills, knowledge and skills
of natural sciences, especially in mathematics and physics,

Second in fields that form the basis required for the provision of health care
laboratory, in chemistry and biochemistry, biology, somatology,
pathology in the basics of radiation protection

Third laboratory and clinical disciplines, in histology and
histological techniques, genetics, hematology and blood transfusion service,
microbiology, immunology, epidemiology and diagnostic methods in
protection of public health, clinical biochemistry and toxicology | || medical devices, especially in laboratory
medical devices, in the foundations of quality management system in the laboratory

Fourth social and related fields, and in communication
medical informatics and statistics,

B) providing practical teaching skills and knowledge in taking
biological material in samples of biological material identification and evaluation of their quality
required for laboratory tests in
basic laboratory procedures in accordance with good || | laboratory practice in the fields of investigative methods to protect public health
, histology, hematology, microbiology, immunology and clinical biochemistry
; practical training takes place in school laboratories and medical facilities
; taking place in health facilities
least 40 hours in each particular field.

§ 30

Orthotics-prosthetics technician

(1) Professional qualifications for pursuing the profession orthotic-prosthetic
technique is obtained by completing the school curriculum.

(2) The program referred to in paragraph 1, the standard period of study of at least 4
years, of that practical training is at least 900 hours.

(3) Studies in the program referred to in paragraph 1 provides the knowledge and skills
referred to in § 3, and further comprising

A) classroom training, providing knowledge

First in general education courses, which provide an overall
general knowledge, language and communication skills, knowledge and skills
of natural sciences, especially in mathematics, physics and chemistry
,

Second in fields that form the basis needed for the provision of health care
in orthotics and prosthetics, and in somatology focusing on
motion system, biophysics, pathology and physiology
focus on the musculoskeletal system, the foundations biomechanics specialist
drawing

Third in clinical specialties in orthopedics, surgery, neurology,
rehabilitation, pediatrics and articles providing information about the structure,
materials and technological processes used in the design, construction and repair
medical devices, and || | orthotic and prosthetic appliances,

Fourth social and related fields, and in the foundation
psychology, basic economics and information technology,

B) providing practical teaching skills and knowledge necessary for
designing, making and repair of orthotic and prosthetic appliances;
Least half of the duration of practical training takes place in medical facilities or other
orthotic and prosthetic premises under the leadership
orthotics-prosthetics.

§ 31
Nutritional assistant


(1) Professional qualifications for pursuing the profession of nutritional assistant
obtained by completing the school curriculum.

(2) The program referred to in paragraph 1, the standard period of study of at least 4
years, of that practical training is at least 1,300 hours.

(3) Studies in the program referred to in paragraph 1 provides knowledge and

Skills specified in § 3, and further comprising

A) classroom training, providing knowledge

First in general education courses, which provide an overall
general knowledge, language and communication skills, knowledge and skills
of natural sciences, especially in mathematics, physics, biology and chemistry
,

Second in fields that form the basis required for providing nutritional
care, in somatology focusing on the digestive system,
Physiology Nutrition and Metabolism, in pathology, biochemistry, food chemistry,
science of food preparation technology food, microbiology, epidemiology and hygiene
, the pharmacology,

Third in the fields of nutrition, nutrition and healthy individuals of different ages, including
special needs of pregnant women and peculiarities
Pediatrics and Adolescent age in alternative and non-traditional forms
nutrition in community care, nutritional counseling, health
education and promotion of public health in relation to nutrition, clinical dietetics,
preparation of basic and specialty medical nutrition, using the principles
balanced diet, nutritional processing histories in determining
individual therapeutic nutrition plans,
in hygiene and safety aspects ensure the preparation and dispatch of food in artificial
enteral and parenteral nutrition in clinical medical fields
especially in internal medicine and metabolic diseases in
surgery, pediatrics, gynecology, gerontology, psychiatry, infectious
medicine, oncology and nursing foundations,

Fourth in related fields, and in the fundamentals of psychology, computer science and economics
,

B) providing practical teaching skills and knowledge in the medical
nutrition in relation to clinical fields referred to in subparagraph a), point 3, it
identifying the nutritional needs of patients, assessment of nutritional status, treatment of eating plans
, selection of appropriate nutritional supplements
preparation and distribution of food, medical education, patient education and counseling;
Practical training takes place in inpatient and outpatient health care facilities, including
specialist medical institutions, especially in wards
gerontology, internal, pediatric and metabolic units in
educational centers, in institutions and in social care
catering facilities particularly health and social facilities in
school laboratories and state health departments and offices
government performing state health supervision; It features a
participation in state health supervision of food hygiene in the community
care.

§ 32

Assistant dental technician

(1) Professional qualifications for pursuing the profession of dental technician assistant
obtained by completing the school curriculum.

(2) The program referred to in paragraph 1, the standard period of study of at least 4
years, of that practical training is at least 1,600 hours.

(3) Studies in the program referred to in paragraph 1 provides the knowledge and skills
specified in § 3, and further comprising

A) classroom training, providing knowledge

First in general education courses, which provide an overall
general knowledge, language and communication skills, knowledge and skills
of natural sciences, especially in mathematics, physics, biology and chemistry
,

Second in fields that form the basis needed for the provision of health care
in the manufacture of dental restorations, in somatology and pathology, especially in relation to
orofaciálnímu system, its anomalies and diseases in
microbiology, prevention and health education,
in the basics of biomechanics, in a drawing,

Third in the manufacture of dental restorations and clinical specialties in dentistry
medicine, dental prosthetics and in subjects providing knowledge of
construction materials and technological processes used in the manufacture
dentures,

Fourth social and related fields, and in the foundation
economics, information technology,

B) practical classes in which the students as a team member
dental laboratories and dentists workplace learning on the basis
acquired knowledge and skills to manufacture and repair dentures and orthodontic
aids with an emphasis on the correct technology progresses;
Practical training takes place in school laboratories and

Medical facilities, especially in dental labs and workplaces
dentistry.

§ 33


Disinfectors
(1) Professional qualifications for pursuing the profession
disinfector is obtained by completing a training course program.

(2) The program referred to in paragraph 1 shall include at least 80 hours of theoretical instruction and
least 40 hours of practical training.

(3) Studies in the program referred to in paragraph 1 provides the knowledge and skills
specified in § 3, and further comprising

A) classroom training, providing basic knowledge in fields that
form the basis for the protection of public health, epidemiology, microbiology and medical
zoology in hygiene, disinfection and sterilization of insect and
rodent,

B) providing practical teaching skills and knowledge in methods
regular and special protective disinfection, insect and rodent control and
methods of removal of biological material.

§ 34

The driver of emergency medical services

(1) Professional qualifications for pursuing the profession vehicle driver
medical emergency services are obtained by completing a training course program.

(2) The program referred to in paragraph 1 shall include at least 320 hours of theoretical instruction and
least 280 hours of practical training.

(3) Studies in the program referred to in paragraph 1 provides the knowledge and skills
specified in § 3, and further comprising

A) classroom training provides knowledge

First fields that form the basis required for the provision of pre-hospital emergency medical care
, and in the foundation somatology, pathology, pharmacology
, medical devices and Toxicology,

Second clinical disciplines and other specific fields related
providing emergency care, in emergency situations and emergency
nursing and medical care, particularly in internal medicine,
surgery, gynecology and obstetrics, pediatrics, psychiatry, || | medical and other equipment used in the pre-hospital emergency care
, the integrated rescue system and medicine
disasters

Third social and related fields, in psychology and communication, including
solving difficult situations in life, the foundations
education in information and telecommunication technologies

B) providing practical teaching skills and knowledge in emergency care situations
characteristic of Emergency Medicine for
incident in conjunction with the integrated rescue system
including driving and navigational skills and physical
skills required to work in the ambulance service, the basic
nursing care; practical training takes place in medical
facilities providing emergency care including workplaces that have
character of acute admission, as well as in inpatient medical facilities and workplaces
other components of the integrated rescue system.

§ 35
The aide


(1) Professional qualification of the care profession is gaining
completing school education program or curriculum
course.

(2) School education program has a standard duration of study for at least three years,
of that practical training is at least 700 hours. Educational program
course includes at least 400 hours of theoretical and
than 300 hours of practical training.

(3) Studies in the programs referred to in paragraph 1 provides the knowledge and skills
specified in § 3, and further comprising

A) classroom training, providing knowledge

First in general education courses, which provide an overall
general knowledge and language and communication skills

Second in fields that form the basis required for providing
nursing care, the foundation somatologie in clinical propaedeutic
including basic investigative techniques, the basics
radiation protection

Third in nursing and clinical fields, in theory
nursing, general nursing care and nursing care in particular
relation to internal medicine to surgery, pediatrics, care
mother and newborn to care for the elderly and geriatrics care in educational and employment
patients of proper treatment
biological material, medicinal products and medical devices

Fourth social and related fields, and in the foundation

Psychology and communication

B) providing practical teaching skills and knowledge in providing
nursing care within the nursing team in relation to
clinical medical disciplines, especially for internal medicine, surgery,
childcare and pediatrics, geriatrics and in integrated socially oriented
nursing care.

(4) Training course program may not contain objects referred to in paragraph 3
point. a) point 1.

§ 36

Masseur and blind and purblind masseur

(1) Professional competence to pursue the profession of masseur is obtained
completion of educational course program.

(2) The program referred to in paragraph 1 shall include at least 250 hours of theoretical instruction and
least 250 hours of practical training.

(3) Studies in the program referred to in paragraph 1 provides the knowledge and skills
specified in § 3, and further comprising

A) providing knowledge and theoretical training in fields that form the basis for the profession
masseur, in somatologie foundations focusing on
motion system, the foundations of psychology and communication theory, including massage
their indications and contraindications in physical therapy (application
heat wraps and hydrotherapy)

B) providing practical teaching skills and knowledge of classical
massages, physical therapy procedures (application of heat, wraps and hydrotherapy treatments
), recognizing states disqualifying massage or physical processes
treatment.

(4) Studies curriculum course in blind and visually impaired masseur
satisfies the minimum requirements set out in paragraphs 2 and 3;
This educational program of course does not include physical therapy and practical
providing teaching skills and knowledge in the practice of physical therapy
.

§ 37


Canceled
§ 38
Dental Nurse


(1) Professional qualifications for pursuing the profession of dental nurse with
obtained by completing school education program or educational program
course.

(2) School education program has a standard duration of study for at least two years,
of that practical training is at least 800 hours. Educational program
course includes at least 800 hours of theoretical and
least 270 hours of practical training.

(3) Studies in the programs referred to in paragraph 1 provides the knowledge and skills
specified in § 3, and further comprising

A) classroom training, providing knowledge

First in general education courses, which provide an overall
general knowledge, language and communication skills, knowledge and skills
of natural sciences, especially physics and chemistry,

Second in fields, which provide the necessary basis for assisting in
dental care, in somatology focused on the orofacial region in dental
including preventive medicine and children, in instrumenting
in dental medicine, pharmacology focusing in dentistry, in
medical devices in dentistry in radiodiagnostics in
dentistry, including the basics of radiation protection in the basics of dental prosthetics and orthodontics
,

Third social and related fields, and in the foundation
psychology and communication,

B) providing practical teaching skills and knowledge
orchestrated in dentistry, including preventive dental care and dental
childcare, care of equipment and the environment in developing
of radiographs.

(4) Training course program may not contain objects referred to in paragraph 3
point. a) point 1.

§ 39

Driver transport the sick and wounded

(1) Professional competence to pursue the profession of driver transport the sick and wounded
be obtained by completing a training course program.

(2) The program referred to in paragraph 1 shall include at least 70 hours of theoretical instruction
a minimum of 50 hours of practical training.

(3) Studies in the program referred to in paragraph 1 provides the knowledge and skills
specified in § 3, and further comprising

A) classroom training, providing basic knowledge in fields that
form the basis for the provision of health care in the transport ministry, in
somatologie foundation, the basic principles in the provision of pre-hospital emergency care
, the basic knowledge disaster medicine and concepts
integrated rescue system, the principles of proper handling
biological materials, medicines and medical devices;

In information and telecommunication technology, the foundation
psychology and communication,

B) providing practical teaching skills and knowledge
pre-hospital emergency care, transport sick, wounded and
biological material, including driving and navigational skills.

§ 40

Autopsy technician

(1) Professional qualifications for pursuing the profession autoptic technician with
obtained by completing a training course program.

(2) The program referred to in paragraph 1 shall include at least 200 hours of theoretical
instruction and 100 hours of practical training.

(3) Studies in the program referred to in paragraph 1 provides the knowledge and skills
specified in § 3, and further comprising

A) classroom training, providing basic knowledge in fields that
form the basis for providing diagnostic care in the field of pathology, and it
in the basics of anatomy and pathology, autopsy basic techniques
prepare fixing solution , osteological preparation, preparing
anatomical and museum specimens, embalming, sampling for laboratory tests
,

B) providing practical teaching skills complementary knowledge
referred to in subparagraph a).

§ 41
Orderly


(1) Professional qualifications for pursuing the profession
ambulance is obtained by completing a training course program in fields
listed in paragraphs 2 to 7

(2) The program referred to in paragraph 1 in the field of General ambulance
includes at least 100 hours of theoretical and less than 50 hours of practical teaching
. Study in the field mentioned in the first sentence provides the knowledge and skills
specified in § 3, and further comprising

A) providing knowledge and theoretical training in fields that form the basis
for providing nursing care and support activities necessary for the provision of
, in somatologie foundations, nursing, psychology and communication
in the basics protection of persons in the environment
ionizing radiation, the principles of proper handling
biological material, medicines, medical devices and
pressure vessels, and the kinds of policies, including sterilization
Pre-training || |
B) providing practical teaching skills complementary knowledge
referred to in subparagraph a).

(3) The program referred to in paragraph 1 in the field of medical orderly for operating room
includes at least 100 hours of theoretical and less than 50 hours
practical teaching. Study in the field mentioned in the first sentence
provides the knowledge and skills specified in § 3, and further comprising

A) providing knowledge and theoretical training in fields that form the basis
to provide basic nursing care and ancillary activities
necessary for the provision of nursing care, the foundation
somatology, nursing, psychology and communication,
principles of proper handling biological materials, medicines and medical devices
in policies dealing with pressure vessels in
types and principles of sterilization, including Pre-training

B) providing practical teaching skills complementary knowledge
referred to in subparagraph a).

(4) The program referred to in paragraph 1 in the field of medical orderly for laboratories and transfusion departments
includes at least 100 hours of theoretical and
minimum of 50 hours of practical training. Study in the field mentioned in the first sentence
provides knowledge and skills specified in § 3 and also contains


A) providing knowledge and theoretical training in fields that form the basis for
ancillary activities necessary for the provision of health care laboratory, and it
in the basics of psychology and communication, the principles of proper
handling of biological material, medicines and medical
resources in the kinds of medical devices used in
lab

B) providing practical teaching skills complementary knowledge
referred to in subparagraph a).

(5) The program referred to in paragraph 1 in the field of medical orderly for equipment
pharmaceutical care includes at least 100 hours of theoretical and
least 50 hours of practical training. Study in the field mentioned in the first sentence
provides knowledge and skills specified in § 3, and further comprising

A) providing knowledge and theoretical instruction in the fields, on which it relies
providing ancillary activities necessary for the provision of pharmaceutical care,
and the principles of proper handling of medicines and

Medical devices, in the preparation of medicines, in types and
principles of sterilization including Pre-training

B) providing practical teaching skills complementary knowledge
referred to in subparagraph a).

(6) The program referred to in paragraph 1 in the field of medical orderly for spa and medical rehabilitation
includes at least 100 hours of theoretical and
least 50 hours of practical training. Study in the field mentioned in the first sentence
provides knowledge and skills specified in § 3, and further comprising

A) providing knowledge and theoretical training in fields that form the basis for
ancillary activities necessary to provide rehabilitation and spa
care, the principles of proper handling of medicinal products and medical devices
in the basics psychology and communication
physical therapy, occupational therapy practice in basic,

B) providing practical teaching skills complementary knowledge
referred to in subparagraph a).

(7) The program referred to in paragraph 1 in the field of medical orderly for autopsy
department includes at least 100 hours of theoretical and less than 50 hours
practical teaching. Study in the field mentioned in the first sentence
provides the knowledge and skills specified in § 3, and further comprising

A) providing knowledge and theoretical training in fields that form the basis for
ancillary activities necessary for the provision of health care in the area
pathology, and in the principles of handling biological material and
medical devices, basic autopsy techniques in preparation
fixation solutions

B) providing practical teaching skills complementary knowledge
referred to in subparagraph a).

§ 42

Transitional and Final Provisions

(1) Educational programs of courses that have received a favorable opinion
Ministry of Health under the existing legislation,
remain valid for the period stated in the decision of the Ministry of Health
, but not later than March 31, 2006. ^ 21)

(2) Specialized programs in which the study was initiated by
existing legislation by 31 March 2006, will be completed by
existing specialized programs.

(3) For educational programs, general educational programs and
accredited educational programs are proceeding according to law and
special regulation. ^ 22)

§ 43
Efficiency


This decree comes into force on 1 February 2005.
Minister
:

Doc. MD. Emmerová, PhD. vr
Selected provisions of amendments


Art. II Decree no. 129/2010 Coll.


Transitional provisions
Minimum requirements for the programs to be eligible to exercise
paramedical professions stipulated by Decree no. 39/2005 Coll., As amended
effective prior to the effective date of this decree which were
accredited before the effective date hereof, are not affected by this decree
.

1) Council Directive 77/452 / EEC of 27 June 1977 concerning the mutual recognition
diplomas, certificates and other documents regarding the education of nurses and
nurses responsible for general care includes measures to facilitate
effective exercise of the right of establishment and freedom to provide services.

Council Directive 77/453 / EEC of 27 June 1977 on the coordination of laws, regulations and administrative provisions relating
activities
nurses and nurses responsible for general care.

Council Directive 80/154 / EEC of 21 January 1980 concerning the mutual recognition
diplomas, certificates and other evidence of formal qualifications in midwifery
on measures to facilitate the effective exercise of the right of establishment and freedom to provide services
.

Council Directive 80/155 / EEC of 21 January 1980 on the coordination of laws, regulations and administrative provisions relating
access to the activities of midwives
assistants and their performance.

Council Directive 89/595 / EEC of 10 October 1989 amending Directive
77/452 / EEC on the mutual recognition of diplomas, certificates and other documents
about the education of nurses responsible for general
care include measures to facilitate the effective exercise of the right of establishment and freedom to provide services
and Directive 77/453 / EEC on the coordination of laws, regulations and administrative provisions relating
activities
nurses and nurses responsible for general care.

Council Directive 89/594 / EEC of 30 October 1989 amending Directive

75/362 / EEC, 78/686 / EEC, 78/1026 / EEC and 80/154 / EEC on the mutual recognition
diplomas, certificates and other evidence of medical education, medical
nurses responsible for general care, dental practitioners, veterinary
doctors and midwives, as well as Directive 75/363 / EEC, 78/1027 / EEC and
80/155 / EEC on the coordination of laws, regulations and administrative provisions relating to the activities of doctors
, veterinary surgeons and midwives.

Directive of the European Parliament and Council Directive 2001/19 / EC of 14 May
2001 amending Council Directive 89/48 / EEC and 92/51 / EEC on the general system for the recognition
professional qualifications and Council Directive 77/452 / EEC
77/453 / EEC, 78/686 / EEC, 78/1026 / EEC, 80/154 / EEC, 80/155 / EEC
85/384 / EEC, 85/433 / EEC and 93/126 / EEC relating to the following professions:
profession of nurse responsible for general care, dental practitioner,
vets, midwives, architects, pharmacists and doctors.

Council Directive 97/43 / Euratom on health protection of individuals against the dangers of
ionizing radiation in relation to medical exposure.

2) § 79 para. 1 point. e) of the Act no. 111/1998 Coll., on universities and
amending other Acts (the Higher Education Act).

Law no. 96/2004 Coll., On conditions for obtaining and recognition of qualifications for
pursuing paramedical professions and for activities
providing health care and amending certain
related laws (Act on paramedical professions).

3) § 3. f) § 12 para. 3 point. a) and § 38 of Act no. 18/2004 Coll., on
recognition of professional qualifications and other eligibility of nationals
European Union Member States and amending certain laws (the
recognition of professional qualifications).

4) § 2. d) and e) of Law no. 96/2004.

§ 44 paragraph. 1 of Act no. 111/1998 Coll.

5) § 3 para. 2, § 4 para. 1 and § 5 of the Act no. 561/2004 Coll., On
preschool, primary, secondary, higher professional and other education
(the Education Act) .

6) § 2. f), § 36, 38 and 39 of Law no. 96/2004.

7) § 51 and 52 of Law no. 96/2004.

8) § 56 and 57 of Law no. 96/2004.

9) § 44 par. 2 point. e) of the Act no. 111/1998 Coll.

) 10 § 2 of the Act no. 123/2000 Coll., On medical devices and change
some related laws, as amended by Act no. 130/2003 Coll.

11) § 22 of Act no. 48/1997 Coll., On public health insurance and
amending and supplementing some related laws.

12) Decree no. 504/2000 Coll., Laying down proper laboratory
experience in pharmaceuticals.

13) Decree no. 424/2004 Coll., Laying down
activities of health workers and other professionals.

14) Act no. 561/2004 Coll.

15) § 44 par. 2 point. d) of the Act no. 111/1998 Coll.

16) Act no. 96/2004 Coll ..

Law no. 95/2004 Coll., On conditions for the acquisition and recognition of professional qualifications and specialized
competence to practice medicine,
dentist and pharmacist.

17) Act no. 563/2004 Coll., On teaching staff and amending certain laws
.

18) of Law no. 96/2004.

Law no. 95/2004.

Decree no. 424/2004 Coll., Laying down
activities of health workers and other professionals.

19) Act no. 18/1997 Coll., On peaceful use of nuclear energy and
ionizing radiation (the Atomic Act), as amended.

20) § 1 of the Act no. 239/2000 Coll., On the integrated rescue system and
amending certain laws.

21) § 96 para. 5 of Law no. 96/2004.

22) § 97 para. 2 of Law no. 96/2004.

§ 185 paragraph. 1 and 2 of Law no. 561/2004.