Patient Safety Regulation (2010:1369)

Original Language Title: Patientsäkerhetsförordning (2010:1369)

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1 Cape. Introductory provisions



section 1 of this regulation are given additional rules for the application of

Patient Safety Act (2010:659). Of the regulation is

provisions on



– notification of activities (Chapter 2),



-ID, etc. (Chapter 3),



– specialist expertise (Chapter 4),



-professional qualifications acquired in one State in the EEA or in

Switzerland, (Chapter 5.),



– training of third countries (Chapter 6),



– obligations of health professionals (Chapter 7), and



– fees and appeals, etc. (Chapter 8).



section 2 of the words and terms used in the regulation has the same

meaning as in the patient safety Act (2010:659).



Chapter 2. Notification of activities etc.



Notification of activities



a notification pursuant to section 1 of Chapter 2. paragraph 1 of the patient safety act

(2010:659) should contain data on



1. the company's focus,



2. where the activities will be carried out,



3. who is the Director,



4. who is responsible for the notification requirement under Chapter 3.

5-7 of the patient safety Act,



5. activities under Chapter 7. section 2 of the patient safety law

hired or referred to be hired, and



6. the patient insurance taken out for the business.



When it comes to health care facilities and entities referred to in

Chapter 7. section 7 of the patient safety Act, the notification shall also include

data on



1. the Chief Medical Officer and safety officer, as well as



2. security customization and security classification.



section 2 of the Inspectorate for health and long-term care may provide additional

regulations on how the notification requirement pursuant to Chapter 2. 1

and 2 of the patient safety Act (2010:659) to be performed.

Regulation (2013:194).



Registry



paragraph 3 of the Register pursuant to Chapter 2. section 4 of the patient safety act

(2010:659) may contain information about



1. name or corporate name and social security number, or

routing number for the operating activities,



2. where the activities are carried out,



3. the company's focus,



4. volume of activity,



5. the number of professionals and their professional titles,



6. Director's name, address and telephone number,



7. the patient insurance taken out of operation,



8. date of inspection of operations,



9. date of Inspection for health care decisions

about the business, and



10. date of notification pursuant to Chapter 3. 5 or 6 of

patient safety law.



Register pursuant to Chapter 2. 4 § second paragraph

patient safety law may also contain information on the



1. the Chief överläkarens and the säkerhetsansvariges name, address

and phone number, as well as



2. security customization and security classification.



Registry may not contain information relating to particular

patients. Regulation (2013:194).



section 4 of the Data referred to in paragraph 3(1) of 8 – 10 to screen five years

After the data has been entered in the register or when

notification that the operation has been done. Other

information to screen when new data is inserted or when

notification that the operation has been done.



3 Cape. ID, etc.



Audiologists



1 § in the case of an application for a license to practice Audiology degree as to

from older audiologist or hearing care assistant training

is considered equivalent to a student.

Regulation (2013:618).



Biomedical laboratory



§ 2 in the case of an application for ID Biomedical Scientist

will a degree from older courses to rice preparations,

laboratris, Laboratory Assistant or Laboratory Assistant or

Biomedical Scientist is considered equivalent to a biomedical

analytikerexamen. Regulation (2013:618).



Nutritionists



paragraph 3 of the document for identification as a dietician, a degree

from older diet Assistant, dietetics or

dietician training, along with activities such as dietitian in

at least five years, be deemed to be equivalent to a dietician degree.

Regulation (2013:618).



Chiropractors



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For identification as required education chiropractor completed

as a chiropractor who completed after 31 December 1994 and which

at least four years of full-time study. The studies will provide

Basic theoretical and clinical knowledge in medical

topics, with a particular focus on manual medicine. Education

to be completed with a thesis.



Practical service as chiropractor according to Chapter 4. 1 §

Patient Safety Act (2010:659) to be performed for a period of

correspond to at least one year of full-time service after the completion of the

training. Duty to be performed under supervision.



The National Board may announce further provisions on

education and practical training for chiropractors.



4 §/comes into force: 2016-04-15/

For identification as required training chiropractor chiropractic have been completed after 31 December 1994 and involving at least four years of full-time study.

The studies will provide fundamental theoretical and clinical knowledge in medical topics, with a particular focus on manual medicine. The training will end with a thesis.



Practical service as chiropractor according to Chapter 4. paragraph 1 of the patient safety Act (2010:659) to be performed for a period corresponding to at least one year of full-time employment after graduation. Duty to be performed under supervision.



The National Board may announce further provisions on education and practical training of chiropractors referred to in this section. Regulation (2016:161).



Doctor



5 §/expires U: 2016-04-15/

Practical training as a doctor according to Chapter 4. 1 §

Patient Safety Act (2010:659) (General Service) to

carried out for a period corresponding to at least one year and six

months of full-time service after the passing of medical degree,

distributed as follows.



1. Nine months in part invärtesmedicinska specialities and

child and adolescent medicine and, on the other hand, surgical specialities, with a

minimum time within each of the two groups of three months,



2. three months in Psychiatry and child and adolescent psychiatry,

and



3. six months of family medicine.



General duty to be performed under the supervision by

employment as a doctor for General Service

(block appointment). If there are exceptional circumstances, the

The National Board may grant a derogation from the requirement to

service to be performed by a block order.



The public service must end with a knowledge test

organized by the universities authorized to issue

medical degree. The proficiency test is directed to the achievement of the target for

public service as a whole.



The National Board may announce further provisions on

public service, but not for the knowledge test.



5 §/comes into force: 2016-04-15/

Practical training as a doctor according to Chapter 4. paragraph 1 of the patient safety Act (2010:659) (General Service) to be performed for a period corresponding to at least one year and six months of full-time service after the passing of medical degree, broken down as follows.



1. Nine months in part invärtesmedicinska specialities and child and adolescent medicine and, on the other hand, surgical specialities, with a minimum time in each of the two groups of three months,



2. three months in Psychiatry and child and adolescent psychiatry, and



3. six months of family medicine.



General duty to be performed under the supervision by the recruitment of doctors for General Service (block appointment). If there are exceptional circumstances, the National Board of health and welfare may waive the obligation to indicate the that duty to be performed by a block order. For practical training to be recognised, in accordance with section 18 of the Act (2016:145) on the recognition of professional qualifications in case of specific provisions.



The public service must end with a theoretical test organised by the universities authorized to issue medical degree. The proficiency test will concern the effectiveness of the public service as a whole.



The National Board may announce further provisions on public service under this section, unless the knowledge test. Regulation (2016:161).



section 6 is repealed by Regulation (2012:315).



Naprapaths



section 7/expires U: 2016-04-15/

For identification as required training mechanics completed

as mechanics, at least four years of full-time study.

The studies will provide fundamental theoretical and clinical

knowledge of medical topics, with a particular focus on manual

medicine. The training will end with a thesis.



Practical work as mechanics, according to Chapter 4. 1 §

Patient Safety Act (2010:659) to be performed for a period of

correspond to at least one year of full-time service after the completion of the

training. Duty to be performed under supervision.



The National Board may announce further provisions on

education and practical training for naprapathy.



section 7/shall enter into force in: 2016-04-15/

For identification as required training mechanics, mechanics have at least four years of full-time study.

The studies will provide fundamental theoretical and clinical knowledge in medical topics, with a particular focus on manual medicine. The training will end with a thesis.



Practical work as mechanics, according to Chapter 4. paragraph 1 of the patient safety Act (2010:659) to be performed for a period corresponding to at least one year of full-time employment after graduation. Duty to be performed under supervision.



The National Board may announce further provisions on training and practical service for naprapaths referred to in this section. Regulation (2016:161).



Orthopaedic engineers



section 8 upon application for license to practice as a prosthetist and orthotist to

the following are considered equivalent to an orthopaedic engineering degree:



1. a graduate of higher education or older ortopedteknisk

orthopaedic engineering education, or



2. completed education at the Institute on disability and

professional activity for at least ten years with primary focus on

patient surveys in health care.

Regulation (2013:618).



Psychologists



9 §/expires U: 2016-04-15/

Practical training as a psychologist pursuant to Chapter 4. 1 §

Patient Safety Act (2010:659) to be performed for a period of


correspond to at least one year of full-time service after the passing of

Psychology degree. Service will be distributed on

areas of activity. Duty to be performed during

the supervision of a licensed psychologist in public

activities or private activities which have been approved for such

service of the National Board of health and welfare.



The National Board may provide for areas of activity

According to the first paragraph and additional regulations on practical

employment for psychologists.



9 §/comes into force: 2016-04-15/

Practical training as a psychologist pursuant to Chapter 4. paragraph 1 of the patient safety Act (2010:659) to be performed for a period corresponding to at least one year of full-time service after the passing of psychology degree. Duty should be allocated to the areas of activity.



Duty to be performed under the supervision of a licensed psychologist in the public sector or in the private sectors which have been approved for such service by the National Board of health and welfare. For practical training to be recognised, in accordance with section 18 of the Act (2016:145) on the recognition of professional qualifications in case of specific provisions.



The National Board may provide for areas of activity referred to in the first subparagraph and additional regulations on such practical training for psychologists referred to in this section. Regulation (2016:161).



Radiology nurses



section 10 of The given ID as nurse

specializing in diagnostic radiology in older rules

shall be assimilated to a registered x-ray nurse. The same applies to

a registered nurse who has completed advanced training in

diagnostic radiology.



Special appointment to exercise a profession



section 11 of Such special term to exercise the profession referred to in

4 Cape. section 4 of the patient safety Act (2010:659) shall be granted

If the application relates have received their identity card withdrawn

or have been denied a license to practice pursuant to

4 Cape. paragraph 1 the same law.



section 12 of the National Board may provide for the

health authorities in some cases may appoint non-licensed staff

to exercise the profession in health care, other than in cases

referred to in section 11.



The National Board of health hearing questions about particular appointment for

personnel who have committed offences referred to in section 16 c regulation

(1999:1134) for clearance. Regulation (2013:256).



4 Cape. Specialist competence



Doctor and dentist



1 §/expires U: 2016-04-15/

To a licensed physician to obtain specialist skills

He must acquire the knowledge, skills and

approach that provided for the specialist competence by

undergoing specialiseringstjänstgöring for at least five years.

Specialiseringstjänstgöringen to be performed by service

as a doctor under supervision and through participation in

additional training. Qualifications from education on

doctoral level must be taken into account in specialiseringstjänstgöringen.



1 §/comes into force: 2016-04-15/

To a licensed physician to obtain specialist skills he must acquire the knowledge, skills and attitudes required for specialist competence by undergoing specialiseringstjänstgöring for at least five years.

Specialiseringstjänstgöringen to be performed by the service as a doctor under supervision and through participation in further training. Qualifications from education as a basis for an earlier achieved specialist or doctoral education must be taken into account in specialiseringstjänstgöringen.

Regulation (2016:161).



section 2 of the order to a licensed dentist to achieve

specialist expertise, he shall exercise general

dental practice for at least two years after receiving

license to practice as a dentist. The graduate will then

acquire the knowledge, skills and attitudes that are

provided for specialist competence by undergoing

specialiseringstjänstgöring for at least three years.

Specialiseringstjänstgöringen to be performed by

service as dentists under the supervision and

participation in continuing education. Qualifications from

doctoral education may be counted toward

specialiseringstjänstgöringen. Regulation (2014:395).



3 § If there are special reasons, must inform the National Board of health and welfare

certificate of competence to a licensed physician or

a licensed dentist in spite of the fact that his or her

education does not satisfy the requirements laid down in paragraph 1 or 2 or in

the provisions adopted pursuant to paragraph 5 of the.



Specialist nurses



section 4 to a registered nurse should have the right to

call itself specialist nurse, he or she is at a

University or college with State Chief or at

an individual training providers which in accordance with the law

(1993:792) for permission to issue certain degrees or

the corresponding older provisions have or had the

to issue the current exam, have



1. completed specialist Bachelor of science in nursing, or



2. fulfilled an older training or

direktspecialisering as



(a)) refers to the corresponding field of specialty, and



(b)), as the case may be, has the same orientation as referred to in

the higher education Ordinance (1993:100).

Regulation (2013:618).



Appropriations



5 §/expires U: 2016-04-15/

The National Board may provide for



1. classification and designation of the specialties in which

specialist competence in accordance with section 1 or 2 can be achieved,



2. accreditation of qualifications of doctoral education

According to §§ 1 and 2,



3. the knowledge, skills and attitudes to

apply to any specialist skills in accordance with 1 and 2 sections

(objective descriptions),



4. What are the other requirements that apply to the evidence of

specialist competence in accordance with section 1 or 2,



5. What are the other requirements that will apply for continuing education for

specialist competence within the meaning of §§ 1 and 2,



6. the provision and allocation of seats to the

specialist courses included in the doctor's

further training and organized with State resources,



7. requirements for the competence of authority as contact lens opticians and

to the optometrist to get requisition medicinal products,



8. requirements for the competence of nurses to get

prescribe medication and if the permission as such skills

provide, and



9. requirements for the competence of midwives to prescribe the

drugs. Regulation (2014:1378).



5 §/comes into force: 2016-04-15/

The National Board may provide for 1. classification and designation of the specialties in which the specialist competence in accordance with section 1 or 2 can be achieved, 2. accreditation of qualifications from education according to §§ 1 and 2, 3. the knowledge, skills and attitudes that will apply for each specialist competence in accordance with 1 and 2 sections (objective descriptions), 4. What other requirements to apply for a certificate of competence as referred to in § 1 or 2, 5. What other requirements that apply to the further training of specialists as referred to in 1 and 2 sections, 6. the provision and allocation of seats to the specialist courses included in the physician's training and organized with Government funds, 7. qualification criteria for permission contact lens opticians and optometrists to have requested medicines, 8. requirements for the competence of nurses to prescribe drugs and if it get permission as such skills, and 9. qualification criteria for midwives to prescribe the drugs. Regulation (2016:161).



Chapter 5. Professional qualifications acquired in one Member State of the EEA or

in Switzerland



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Pharmacists



1 §/expires U: 2016-04-15/

A pharmacist, as have his education from another EEA

country than Sweden or Switzerland, shall, on application, receive

license to practice as a pharmacist in Sweden if he or she has a

such a diploma, certificate or other evidence of formal qualifications in

pharmacists as set out in the provisions adopted by

The National Board of health and welfare.



1 §/comes into force: 2016-04-15/

Provisions concerning the temporary occupation and recognition of professional qualifications acquired or recognised in another State within the European economic area (EEA) or Switzerland, see law (2016:145) on the recognition of professional qualifications and in the regulations issued in conjunction with the Act.



In addition to the provisions of this chapter apply in respect of the health care professions for which the National Board of health and welfare is the competent authority in accordance with the Regulation (2016:157) on the recognition of professional qualifications. Regulation (2016:161).



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Midwives



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Temporary profession



2 §/expires U: 2016-04-15/

A midwife, who has her education from another EEA

country than Sweden or Switzerland, shall, on application, receive

identification of midwives in Sweden if he or she has a

such a diploma, certificate or other evidence of formal qualifications in

midwives and the necessary certificate of professional practice referred to in

the provisions adopted by the National Board of health and welfare.



2 §/comes into force: 2016-04-15/

A member of a profession which, for the first time, intends to temporarily pursue a profession in Sweden, shall inform the National Board of health and welfare on this (advance notice).



The notification must be renewed annually, if the professional intends to continue temporarily exercise the profession in Sweden. If the facts referred to in the documents annexed to an earlier intelligence changes, to the professional submit additional relevant documents.



A notice under this section shall also be deemed to include an application for temporary identification and, where appropriate, time-limited certificate of specialist skills (time-limited certificate). The validity of such evidence may be fixed at a maximum of one year.

Regulation (2016:161).



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Doctor



3 §/expires U: 2016-04-15/


A doctor, who has her education from another EEA country

than Sweden or Switzerland, shall, on application, receive

identification as a doctor in Sweden if he or she has a

such a diploma, certificate or other evidence of formal qualifications in

doctors listed in the provisions adopted by the National Board of health and welfare.



3 § On the professional's qualifications meet the requirements for automatic recognition, the possession of such a European professional card referred to in paragraph 5 of the 9 teams (2016:145) on the recognition of professional qualifications for professional practice in Sweden, where applicable, shall be deemed to constitute a notification under section 2. The notification does not have to be renewed as specified in section 2 of the second paragraph in the following 18 months. The period of validity of the certificate of competence shall be determined in such cases to a maximum of 18 months.

Regulation (2016:161).



4 §/expires U: 2016-04-15/

A licensed physician, who have completed the prescribed

practical training in another EEA country than Sweden or in

Switzerland, shall, on application, receive a certificate of competence in

family medicine in Sweden if he or she has such

Diploma, certificate or evidence of formal qualifications

The National Board of health and welfare has announced regulations pursuant to section 21 1. Regulation (2012:315).



4 §/comes into force: 2016-04-15/

A professional whose professional qualifications as a pharmacist, midwife, physician, specialist doctors, nurses responsible for general care, dental practitioner or specialist dentist meets the requirements of automatic recognition should, after submitting a complete prior notification and without additional review, without delay, obtain a temporary certificate of competence for the profession.

Regulation (2016:161).



5 §/expires U: 2016-04-15/

A doctor, who, after the prescribed

specialiseringstjänstgöring in another EEA country than Sweden

or in Switzerland are entitled to call themselves qualified as a specialist

doctor, will, on application, receive a certificate of competence in

Sweden if he or she has a Swedish identity card for the profession and

such a certificate of competence to physicians as specified in

the provisions adopted by the National Board of health and welfare.



Evidence of expertise may be limited for physicians with

identification according to paragraph 15.



Certificate of competence shall be issued only to drivers

specialities which are approved in Sweden.



5 §/comes into force: 2016-04-15/

In cases other than those referred to in section 4 of the National Board of health may, in response to a prior notification make sure the professional's qualifications before he or she first time starts to practice the profession in Sweden. Such a prior check may be made only if the purpose of the check is to avoid serious damage to the health of patients as a result of a lack of professional qualification of the professional and if the control does not go beyond what is necessary for the purpose. Regulation (2016:161).



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Nurses



6 §/expires U: 2016-04-15/

A nurse, who has her education from another

EEA country than Sweden or Switzerland, shall, on application, receive

identification as a nurse in Sweden if he or she has

such a diploma, certificate or other evidence of formal qualifications

for nurses responsible for general care

as set out in the provisions adopted by the National Board of health and welfare.



6 §/comes into force: 2016-04-15/

The National Board of health and Welfare shall, in the cases referred to in paragraph 5 of the 1. without prior verification of professional qualifications for a time-limited certificate, or



2. After verifying the professional qualifications



a) decide that the professional need to undergo an aptitude test, or (b)) a temporary certificate.

Regulation (2016:161).



section 7/expires U: 2016-04-15/

A nurse who has their training from a

other EEA Member State than Sweden or from Switzerland to after

applications get the right to call itself specialist nurse in

Sweden, if he or she has a Swedish ID and a

such proof of completion of professional training

to the provisions of the EEA Agreement or of the agreement between the European

the Union and its Member States, on the one hand, and Switzerland on the

the Gallery on the other side. Such a right may be granted only for a training

corresponding to specialist nursing according to

the higher education Ordinance (1993:100).



The right to call itself specialist nurse gets

time limit for nurses with identification in accordance with section 15

third paragraph. Regulation (2013:618).



section 7/shall enter into force in: 2016-04-15/

A decision under section 6 must be notified within one month of the National Board of health has received a total of prior notification.



If the deadline in the first subparagraph cannot be met, within the same time limit, the authority shall inform the professional about the reason for the delay. The reason for the delay should be dealt with in the following month. A decision under section 6 must be notified within two months of the reason for the delay has been rectified. Regulation (2016:161).



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Dentist



section 8/expires U: 2016-04-15/

A dentist, who has his training from another EEA

country than Sweden or Switzerland, shall, on application, receive

identification of dental practitioners in Sweden if he or she has a

such a diploma, certificate or other evidence of formal qualifications in

dentists as set out in the provisions adopted by

The National Board of health and welfare.



section 8/shall enter into force in: 2016-04-15/

The National Board will decide whether a time-limited certificate must be notified within one month from the date of a decision on the aptitude test has been taken. Regulation (2016:161).



9 §/expires U: 2016-04-15/

A dentist, who, after the prescribed

specialiseringstjänstgöring in another EEA country than Sweden

or in Switzerland are entitled to call themselves qualified as a specialist

dentist, shall, on application, receive a certificate of competence in

Sweden if he or she has a Swedish identity card for the profession and

such a proof of competence for dentists

set out in the provisions adopted by the National Board of health and welfare.



Evidence of expertise may be limited in time for dentists

with proper identification according to paragraph 15.



Certificate of competence shall be issued only to drivers

specialities which are approved in Sweden.



9 §/comes into force: 2016-04-15/

If welfare fails to take a decision within the time limits laid down in section 7, the application for a temporary certificate shall be deemed to have been granted. Regulation (2016:161).



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Common rules for pharmacists, midwives, doctors,

nurses and dentists



section 10/expires U: 2016-04-15/

If a professional has applied for an identity card or other

evidence of formal qualifications referred to in 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8 or 9 but not

comply with the prescribed requirements, the National Board of health and examine the application

in accordance with the provisions of section 12 or section 13 2.



section 10/comes into force: 2016-04-15/

A professional with time-limited certificates will use a in Chapter 4. paragraph 1 of the patient safety Act (2010:659) specified job title and, where appropriate, such specialist title referred to paragraph 8 of the same chapter, about 1. the professional exercise of profession as a pharmacist, midwife, physician, specialist doctors, nurses responsible for general care, dental practitioner or dental training and professional qualifications eligible for automatic recognition, or



2. professional qualifications have prior checks pursuant to paragraph 5 of the.



The professional title may be combined with information that the professional has a time-limited certificate of competence for the profession.



Provisions on the use of the professional title for temporary occupation in other cases can be found in Chapter 2. paragraph 1 of the Regulation (2016:157) on the recognition of professional qualifications.

Regulation (2016:161).



11 §/expires U: 2016-04-15/

A self-employed person as referred to in 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8 or 9,

the diploma, certificate or other evidence of formal qualifications not

comply with the requirements for identification or other evidence,

should still get proper identification or other evidence of formal qualifications in Sweden

If he or she has acquired through professional experience

rights to the profession and the competent authority has affirmed this.



11 §/comes into force: 2016-04-15/

At the prior check concerns the provisions on partial access in Chapter 3. 8 and 9 of Regulation (2016:157) on the recognition of professional qualifications.

Regulation (2016:161).



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Other occupations with proof of identification or other evidence



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Establishment 12 §/expires U: 2016-04-15/

An occupational therapist, audiologist, laboratory technician,

dietician, physiotherapist, chiropractor, speech therapist, naprapathy,

opticians, orthopaedic engineer, psychologist, psychotherapist,

receptarie, radiology nursing, medical physics or

dental hygienist who has her education from another EEA country

than Sweden or Switzerland, shall, on application, receive

identification or other evidence of formal qualifications in Sweden on



1. he or she has such diplomas, certificates or

evidence of professional training

to the provisions of the EEA Agreement or of the agreement between the European

the Union and its Member States, on the one hand, and Switzerland on the

the other side, and



2. the profession that he or she intends to practice in Sweden and

the profession he or she is competent for the

the Member State of origin are comparable professional activities.

Regulation (2013:1154).



12 §/comes into force: 2016-04-15/

The National Board of health shall, at the request of those who want to establish themselves in Sweden, examine the professional qualifications and other conditions for obtaining identification, proof of competence or evidence of the right to call itself specialist nurse. Regulation (2016:161).



13 §/expires U: 2016-04-15/

A self-employed person referred to in section 12, whose diplomas,

certificate or other evidence of formal qualifications do not meet the requirements for


identification or other evidence of formal qualifications, should still get

identification or other evidence of formal qualifications in Sweden if he

or she



1. have a gender-equal education and the competent authority has

affirmed this, or



2. complete an adaptation period not exceeding three

years or have passed an aptitude test.



13 §/comes into force: 2016-04-15/

Provisions on the recognition of professional qualifications in accordance with the General system, see 9-11 § § law (2016:145) on the recognition of professional qualifications and in the regulations issued in conjunction with the Act.

Regulation (2016:161).



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Common rules



14 §/expires U: 2016-04-15/

A self-employed person as referred to in 1, 2, 3, 6, 8 or 12 and

who have their training from a third country, shall, on application, receive

identification in Sweden on



1. he or she has been approved by the competent authority of another

EEA country than Sweden or Switzerland, and



2. the Agency has certified that he or she actually and at

the prescribed manner in that country have engaged in professional activities in

a minimum of three years after approval.



14 §/comes into force: 2016-04-15/

Professional qualifications acquired in another State within the EEA or in Switzerland and giving the right to exercise the profession as a pharmacist, midwife, physician, specialist doctors, nurses responsible for general care, dental practitioner or dental training, to be recognised automatically in the cases provided for in the provisions adopted by the National Board of health and welfare. Regulation (2016:161).



section 15/expires U: 2016-04-15/

A self-employed person as referred to in 1, 2, 3, 6, 8, or 12 and

which, for the first time, intending to practise on a temporary basis in

Sweden, shall inform the National Board of health and welfare to that effect.



If the professional a year later intends to

provide temporary services here, should he or she on

new inform the National Board of health and welfare to that effect.



A notification under this provision shall also be deemed to

include an application for a temporary ID. If

the professional meets the conditions for identification in accordance with 1, 2,

3, 6, 8, 10, 11, 12, 13 or 14 of will he or she get a

time-limited license to practice the profession.



date of entry into force of section 15/in: 2016-04-15/

If the National Board of health and welfare has recognized a certain labour professional qualifications, it may decide to check the professional language skills.



Identification shall be granted if the Professional does not have the necessary knowledge for the profession in Swedish, Danish or Norwegian language. Regulation (2016:161).



16 §/expires U: 2016-04-15/

The National Board of health shall ensure that candidates according to §§ 1-15 may

the information about the Swedish regulations necessary for

to exercise the profession.



The National Board of health shall also otherwise on request from a

professionals in an EEA country or Switzerland who intend

to establish themselves in Sweden provide information about

in the case of independent professions in health

health care in Sweden.



16 §/comes into force: 2016-04-15/

Identification shall be granted if the conditions are such that the papers would have been revoked in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 8. Patient Safety Act (2010:659) if the professional had been registered. Regulation (2016:161).



17 §/expires U: 2016-04-15/

Cases provided for in §§ 1 to 15 will be dealt with promptly.



In the cases provided for in §§ 1 to 13 to welfare within one month from the

the filing date to confirm receipt of the application and, in

where applicable, invite the applicant to submit

substantiation. The National Board of health shall act in

the case within three months from the time a complete application

been filed. In cases under 10, 12 or section 13 May deadline

extended by one month, if there are special reasons.



17 §/comes into force: 2016-04-15/

To get proof of expertise required that the professional has a Swedish identity card as a doctor or dentist. Papers must not be limited in time. Certificate of competence shall be issued only for specialties such as set out in the provisions adopted by the National Board of health and welfare.



To get to call itself specialist nurse requires that the professional has a Swedish identity card as a nurse.

Papers must not be limited in time. Evidence of the right to call itself specialist nurse may be issued only for the areas referred to in the higher education Ordinance (1993:100).

Regulation (2016:161).



/Rubriken enters into force in: 2016-04-15/

Other provisions



section 18/expires U: 2016-04-15/

The National Board of health shall, if necessary, inform the competent

health authorities in the EEA countries or in

Switzerland where professional formerly has been working on decision

If authentication or other jurisdiction under sections 1 to 13.



section 18/comes into force: 2016-04-15/

The National Board of health shall ensure that the applicant under sections 2 and 12 receive the information about the Swedish regulations are necessary in order to exercise the profession.



The National Board of health shall also otherwise on request from a professional in an EEA country or Switzerland who intend to practise in Sweden provide information about what applies in the case of independent professional activities within the health care system in Sweden. Regulation (2016:161).



19 §/expires U: 2016-04-15/

The National Board of health shall notify the competent health and

opportunities in other EEA country or of Switzerland on

a professional, who has a Swedish identity card or other

permission referred to in 1 to 13 and 15 paragraph, in Sweden



1. is convicted of crimes by virtue of his professional activities,



2. to be announced trial period,



3. gets his ID withdrawn, or



4. get their right to prescribe drugs or technological liquor

suspended or limited.



The notification should include the action taken and

the reasons for the action.



19 §/comes into force: 2016-04-15/

The National Board may provide for



1. which documents should I attach to a notification under section 2, 2. ex-ante verification in accordance with section 5 of and the aptitude test in the context of a prior check in accordance with section 6,



3. the cases in which professional qualifications will be recognised automatically, 4. requirements for and control of language skills, in accordance with section 15, and



5. conditions for the recognition of professional experience pursuant to section 18 of the Act (2016:145) on the recognition of professional qualifications.

Regulation (2016:161).



20 §/expire U:2016-04-15 by Regulation (2016:161)./

At the request of a competent health and medical authority in

another EEA Member State or in Switzerland to the National Board of health and welfare

promptly provide the information necessary for the examination of

jurisdiction in a given case.



section 21/expire U:2016-04-15 by Regulation (2016:161)./

The National Board may provide for



1. the diplomas, certificates and other evidence of formal qualifications

referred to in the EEA Agreement and the agreement between the European Union and

its Member States, on the one hand, and Switzerland on the other hand, and

as referred to in paragraph 1 to 9 sections to provide proof of identification or proof of

specialist in Sweden,



2. proof of identity or other permission referred to in §§ 1 to 13 and

15 paragraph or if the adjustment period, aptitude test

and professional activity, in so far as such requirements under the EEA

agreement or the agreement between the European Union and its

Member States, on the one hand, and Switzerland on the other hand, may be

on an applicant, and



3. which documents should I attach to a notification under

section 15. Regulation (2012:315).



section 22/expire U:2016-04-15 by Regulation (2016:161)./

The National Board of health shall, to the extent necessary to

comply with Sweden's obligations under the EEA Agreement or

the agreement between the European Union and its Member States, of the one

hand, and Switzerland on the other hand, provide the information and

issue the certificates of competence, professional activities and similar

conditions as professionals and competent health

authorities in other EEA countries or in Switzerland so requests.



The Nordic countries



section 23 of The trained or the evidence of formal qualifications

set out in column 2 of the table below shall be deemed to comply with the

the requirements for such identification or other competence in Sweden

set out in column 1 of the table.



Column 1 Column 2



Privileges In Denmark, Finland, Iceland

or Norway through time

training or acquired

evidence of formal qualifications



1. Identification of doctors Unlimited authorisation

doctors in Denmark, Finland,

Iceland or Norway



2. Specialist expertise for a license to practice as a doctor in

such specialty listed in Sweden and specialist competence

provisions adopted with the same specialty in

support of 4 Cape 5 § 1 Denmark, Finland, Iceland or

Norway



3. Identification of dental practitioners Unlimited authorisation

dentists in Denmark, Finland,

Iceland or Norway



4. Specialist expertise for a license to practice as a dentist in

specialty set out in Chapter 4. Sweden and specialist competence

section 2 of the same specialty in

Denmark, Finland, Iceland or

Norway



5. Identity card as proof of identification or equivalent

nurse approval as a registered nurse in

Denmark, Finland, Iceland or

Norway

Authorization as a nurse

in Greenland, where the proof

It is clear that education is

comparable to the Danish

training for nurses




6. Identification of midwives Id or equivalent

approval jordemoder/

midwife/jordmor in Denmark,

Finland, Iceland or Norway

or skills

specialsjuksköterska in

birth-and

maternity care in Finland



7. Identity card as proof of identification or equivalent

physiotherapist approval as physiotherapist/

physical therapist in Denmark, Finland,

Iceland or Norway



8. Power training

district nurse sundhedsplejerske in Denmark,

public health nurses in Finland or

helsesöster in Norway



9. License to practice as a pharmacist Id or equivalent

approval as a pharmacist/

Provisor in Denmark, Iceland,

Norway or Finland



10. Identity card as proof of identification or equivalent

receptarie approval as a pharmacist/

receptarie in Finland, Iceland

or Norway



11. Identification as opticians Id or equivalent

approval as opticians in

Denmark, Finland or Norway

Identification in Iceland which

optometrists after completion

an education in Denmark,

Finland, Norway or Sweden

that can be the basis for

identification as opticians in the

country



12. Proof of identity as a psychologist Id or equivalent

approval as a psychologist in

Denmark, Finland, Iceland or

Norway



13. Power training

Dental Assistant dental clinic assistant in Denmark,

approval as a dental assistant/

practical nurses in Finland or

Iceland or training

tannlege-or

tannhelsesekretär or

tannlegeassistent in Norway



14. Identity card as proof of identification or equivalent

dental hygienist approval as dental hygienist in

Denmark, Finland, Iceland or

Norway



15. Jurisdiction of Four-or five-year training

dental technicians to laboratory technician at

vocational school or older, by

competent authority approved,

training to

laboratory technicians in

Denmark, approval

dental technicians in Finland or

possession of the journeyman's certificate in

dental tray in Norway



16. Competence Identification that Optometrists in

contact lens optician Sweden and competence

Contact Lens Opticians in Denmark,

Finland or Norway



17. Identity card as proof of identification or equivalent

chiropractor approval as a chiropractor in

Denmark, Finland, Iceland or

Norway



18. Identity card as proof of identification in logopedics as talterapeut

Finland, approval in Iceland

as a speech-language pathologist having

completed training in Finland

or Sweden that can be

the basis for identification as

speech-language pathologist in the country, degree in

Norway from University or

continuing education at high school in

pecialpedagogik with

specialization in speech language pathology



19. Identity card as proof of identification or equivalent

occupational therapist/OT-approval

occupational therapist in Denmark,

Finland, Iceland or Norway



20. Identification that approval

laboratory technician laboratory technologist/bio-engineer

in Finland, Iceland or Norway

or training

hospitalslaborant in Denmark



21. Identification as Approval that stunt actor in

x-ray nurse Denmark or Norway,

radiographer in Finland or

röntgentaeknar in Iceland

Regulation (2013:1154).



Chapter 6. Training from third countries



1 §/expires U: 2016-04-15/

Those who have undergone any other education abroad than

referred to in Chapter 5. 1 to 13 sections shall, on application, receive

evidence of formal qualifications for a career in health care,

dental care or retail of medicinal products in respect of which it

provides for identification or any other jurisdiction in

Sweden, if he or she



1. have undergone additional training and completed

the practical work needed for knowledge and

the skills should correspond to the Swedish requirements;



2. have the necessary knowledge for the profession in the Swedish regulations;

and



3. have the necessary knowledge for the profession in Swedish, Danish or

Norwegian language.



1 §/comes into force: 2016-04-15/

Those who have undergone any other education abroad than referred to in Chapter 5. shall, on application, receive a certificate of competence for a career in health care, dental care or retail of medicines for which there is provision for identification or other competence in Sweden, if he or she 1. have undergone additional training and completed the practical work needed for the knowledge and skills to meet the Swedish requirements, 2. the profession has the necessary knowledge in Swedish regulations, and 3. the profession has the necessary knowledge in Swedish, Danish or Norwegian language.



Identification shall be granted if the conditions are such that the papers would have been revoked in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 8. Patient Safety Act (2010:659) if the professional had been registered. Regulation (2016:161).



section 2 of the order to those who have graduated as Doctor of Chiropractic at

foreign high school or equivalent qualification of chiropractor

shall comply with the requirements of paragraph 1 of 1 for identification as a chiropractor in

Sweden, he shall carry out practical work in

Swedish health care equivalent to at least one year

full-time service.



3 §/expires U: 2016-04-15/

A nurse, who has undergone training in

a country not covered by the EEA Agreement or of the agreement

between the European Union and its Member States, of the one part,

and Switzerland on the other hand, shall qualify, on application for a

call itself specialist nurse in Sweden, if



1. he or she has a Swedish identity card as a nurse,

and



2. training to its length, level and content

equivalent to specialist nursing according to

the higher education Ordinance (1993:100). Regulation (2013:618).



3 §/comes into force: 2016-04-15/

A nurse, who has undergone training in a country not covered by the EEA Agreement or of the agreement between the European Union and its Member States, on the one hand, and Switzerland on the other hand, shall, on application, receive proof of the right to call itself specialist nurse in Sweden, about 1. He or she has a Swedish identity card as a nurse, and 2. training to its length, level and content correspond to specialist nursing under the higher education Ordinance (1993:100). Regulation (2016:161).



4 § the National Board may announce further provisions on

the requirements for education, practical training, knowledge of

Swedish laws and language skills for those who have

undergone such foreign training referred to in section 1.



Chapter 7. Obligations for health professionals



section 1 of The belonging to health practitioners should at a

safety store, manage and, where applicable, the share

medicinal products that he or she is responsible for.



section 2 of The doctor appointed by the Operations Manager will be responsible for

Clinical autopsy is done when there are reasons for this.



3 § nurse referred to in paragraph 24 health

and medical services Act (1982:763) should, in addition to the obligations

specified therein, shall be responsible to



1. patients receive safe and appropriate health

health care of good quality within the local authority's area of responsibility,



2. records kept within the limits laid down in

patient data law (2008:355),



3. the patient gets the care that a physician

decreed if, and



4. procedures for drug dealing is appropriate and

proper functioning.



This is also appropriate for those

physiotherapists and occupational therapists referred to in section 24 other

subparagraph, health and medical services. Regulation (2013:1154).



4 § the National Board may announce further provisions on

duties of health workers needed to


level of protection of human life, personal safety or health.



Chapter 8. Fees and appeals etc.



Fees



1 §/expires U: 2016-04-15/

Fee charged for the examination of the application in accordance with

Patient Safety Act (2010:659) or under this

Regulation, in the cases referred to in the table.



For application fee accommodation 10 – 14 § §

the fees regulation (1992:191), with the following

fee classes will be applied:



Handling Of Team Fee Class



ID



Chiropractor, doctor, naprapathy, psychologist

or psychotherapist 4



Pharmacist, occupational therapist, audiologist,

midwives, laboratory technician,

dietician, physiotherapist, speech therapist,

opticians, orthopaedic engineer, receptarie,

Radiology nurse, medical physics,

nurse, dental hygienist or

tandläkare 2



Evidence of expertise 4



Evidence of the subject

education abroad, excluding staff

earlier given corresponding

certificate of competence in an EEA country or in

Switzerland



Chiropractor, doctor, naprapathy, psychologist or

psychotherapist 4



Pharmacist, occupational therapist, audiologist,

midwives, laboratory technician,

dietician, physiotherapist, speech therapist,

opticians, orthopaedic engineer, receptarie,

Radiology nurse, medical physics,

nurse, specialist nurse,

dental hygienist or dentist 2

Regulation (2013:1154).



1 §/comes into force: 2016-04-15/

Fee charged for the examination of the application under the patient safety Act (2010:659) or in accordance with this regulation, in the cases referred to in the table.



For application fee, etc. comes to 10 to 14 of the fees regulation (1992:191), in which case the following fee classes to apply: handling of team Fee class Id (not timed) Chiropractor, doctor, mechanics, psychologist or psychotherapist 4



Pharmacist, occupational therapist, audiologist, midwives, laboratory technician, dietician, physiotherapist, speech therapist, optometrist, prosthetist and orthotist, receptarie, x-ray nurse, medical physics, nursing, dental hygienist or dentist 2 proof of expertise (not temporary) 4



Evidence of the right to call itself specialist nurse 2

Regulation (2016:161).



Appeal, etc.



section 2 of the decision of the National Board to reject an application for

evidence to indicate in what respects

the skills have been considered inadequate.



section 3 of the 22 AOF the Administrative Procedure Act (1986:223) provides for

an appeal to a general administrative court. The National Board of health and welfare

decision pursuant to Chapter 3. 5 paragraph to not allow exceptions

from the requirement that public service to be performed by a

block appointment may not be appealed.



paragraph 4 of the decision pursuant to this Regulation shall take effect immediately, if

not otherwise specified in the decision.



Other appropriations



5 §/expires U: 2016-04-15/

The National Board may provide for



1. what elements should be included in the healthcare provider's systematic

patient safety work in accordance with Chapter 3. patient safety law

(2010:659),



2. how information should be provided to patients and their

related in Chapter 3. paragraph 8 of the patient safety Act,



3. the information to be included in a

patient safety report in accordance with Chapter 3. section 10 of the

patient safety law, and



4. what actions or conditions that may be included in a

trial schedule in accordance with Chapter 8. section 2 of the patient safety act.



The National Board may announce further provisions on

the enforcement of the patient safety Act and regulations

the implementation of this regulation. Regulation (2013:194).



5 §/comes into force: 2016-04-15/

The National Board may provide for 1. What are the elements that should be part of the healthcare provider's systematic patient safety work in accordance with Chapter 3. Patient Safety Act (2010:659), 2. how information should be provided to patients and their next of kin in accordance with Chapter 3. section 8 patient safety law, 3. What information to include in a patient safety report in accordance with Chapter 3. section 10 of the patient safety Act, and 4. what actions or conditions that may be included in a trial period plan under Chapter 8. section 2 of the patient safety act.



The National Board may announce further provisions on the enforcement of the patient safety Act and regulations for the enforcement of this regulation. With regard to the matters referred to in Chapter 5. paragraph 1(1) Announces National Board of executive acts by virtue of this authorization for 10 Cape. 1 paragraph 4 Regulation (2016:157) on the recognition of professional qualifications.

Regulation (2016:161).



section 6 of the Inspectorate for health and long-term care may provide

If the notification procedure provided for in Chapter 3. 5 – 7 sections and Chapter 6. section 11 of the

first subparagraph, patient safety Act (2010:659).

Regulation (2013:194).



Direct access



section 7 of the National Board of health shall have direct access to the data in

the register kept pursuant to Chapter 2. section 4 of the patient safety act

(2010:659) if data are needed on the part of the National Board for

knowledge development, statistics, monitoring,

evaluation, or epidemiological studies.

Regulation (2013:194).



Obligation to provide data



section 8/expires U: 2016-04-15/

Inspectorate for health and long-term care will be at the request of

The National Board of health and disclose information



1. from the register kept pursuant to Chapter 2. 4 §

Patient Safety Act (2010:659) if the information required in

The National Board of health and welfare for knowledge development,

Statistics, monitoring, evaluation or

epidemiological studies,



2. in the case of identification, in particular

the designation exercising profession or evidence of competence

According to Chapter 4. section 10 of the patient safety Act, or



3. necessary to provide information or certification

According to Chapter 5. section 22. Regulation (2013:194).



section 8/shall enter into force in: 2016-04-15/

Inspectorate for health and social care at the request of the National Board of health shall disclose information 1. from the register kept pursuant to Chapter 2. section 4 of the patient safety Act (2010:659) if data are needed in welfare for knowledge development, statistics, monitoring, evaluation, or epidemiological studies, 2. needed in a case concerning identification, especially the appointment to exercise a profession or a certificate of competence as referred to in Chapter 4. section 10 of the patient safety Act, or 3. necessary to issue the certificate referred to in Chapter 7. section 8 of the Regulation (2016:157) on the recognition of professional qualifications.

Regulation (2016:161).



9 § the National Board has the right to take note of the information contained in the

register kept pursuant to Chapter 2. section 4 of the patient safety act

(2010:659) for direct access in accordance with section 7.

Regulation (2013:194).



section 10 of the National Board of health shall, on request of the Inspectorate for health care

and disclose information in the cases referred to in Chapter 4. section 10 of the

Patient Safety Act (2010:659) if the information required in a

supervisory matter in accordance with the same law. Regulation (2013:194).



Transitional provisions



2010:1369



1. This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 January 2011, then

Ordinance (1998:1513) of professional activity on health and

Healthcare area shall be repealed.



2. A physician who has received authentication before 1 July 2006,

the right to get evidence of specialized skills in older

provisions on the application for it is made no later than 31 december

2013.



3. A physician who has received a certificate of competence before the

July 1, 1979 must announce the competence according to older

and use an older name of the proprietary product.



4. evidence of allmänläkar or specialist skills

issued by the National Board for physician's continuing education terms

still.



5. Proof of competence in general medical practice referred to in older rules

as proof of competence in family medicine.



6. Older rules still apply in the case of applications

According to Chapter 7. section 12 of the regulation which has been

in to the National Board of health and welfare before 1 January 2011.



7. Senior public service as dentist

still apply for dentists with degrees according to older

provisions in the higher education Ordinance (1993:100).

General duties may be carried out with a

private practice dentists as the National Board of health and welfare has approved

for such service.



8. Older rules still apply in the case of

notification to the competent health and medical authority that

a professional, who has a Swedish identity card or other

permissions and corresponding diplomas, certificates or other

evidence from another EEA country than Sweden or from

Switzerland, given discipline punishment in view of his

profession.



2013:618



1. This Regulation shall enter into force on August 1, 2013.



2. any person has the right to call itself specialist nurse

According to Chapter 4. 4 section in its older version also has in

continue to the right to do so.



2013:1154



1. This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 January 2014.



2. For physiotherapists relation to Chapter 7. in paragraph 3 of its older version.



3. When applying for identification as a physiotherapist to older

education and foreign training as before by

The National Board considered to comply with the requirements for identification as

physical therapist is considered equivalent to fysioterapeutexamen.



2016:161



1. This Regulation shall enter into force on 15 april 2016.



2. For cases of identification or other evidence of formal qualifications which have been initiated before the entry into force of the National Board of health and welfare but are still pending does not apply in Chapter 5. section 15. For these cases concerned Chapter 8. 1 § in the older version.