Rs 811.113.3 Order Of 26 November 2008 On Federal Reviews Of The Academic Medical Professions (Order Concerning Medical Examinations)

Original Language Title: RS 811.113.3 Ordonnance du 26 novembre 2008 concernant les examens fédéraux des professions médicales universitaires (Ordonnance concernant les examens LPMéd)

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811.113.3 order concerning federal reviews of the academic medical professions (order concerning medical examinations) of November 26, 2008 (Status January 1, 2011) the Swiss federal Council, view the art. 12, al. 3, 13 and 60 of the Federal law of 23 June 2006 on academic medical professions (medical), stop: Chapter 1 provisions General Section 1 purpose art. 1. the Ordinance regulates: a. the content, form and evaluation of the federal review of the academic medical professions; b. tasks of the bodies c. procedure; d. review taxes; e. allowances paid to experts.

Section 2 content, form and evaluation of the federal review art. 2 principles the federal review to verify that the medical targets are achieved.
The federal review takes place after the completion of courses of studies accredited in accordance with the medical (art. 23 medical) or one of the channels of foreign studies recognized (art. 33 medical).
The federal review is the State of science and the international principles and requirements.

Art. 3 content of the examination federal General and specific to each profession training targets set out in the medical and Swiss catalogues of training objectives for post-secondary accredited academic medical professions studies form the basis on which is based the content of the federal review.
The "academic" section of the professions Board medical (MEBEKO) fixed, on a proposal from the commission, the content of the federal review for each medical profession University.

Catalog of human medicine on June 18, 2008 training objectives. Catalogue June 25, 2008 pharmacy training objectives. Catalogue of the objectives of training of dental medicine on April 29, 2008. Catalogue of the objectives of training of chiropractic on June 26, 2008. Catalogue of the training of veterinary medicine of May 29, 2008 objectives.

Art. 4 form of the federal review federal Department of Home (Affairs FDHA) sets, after consultation with the "academic" section of the MEBEKO, the principles and procedures of the various forms of review.
'University training' section of the MEBEKO determines, on proposal of the review boards, forms of review for each University medical profession.

Art. 5 structure and assessment the federal review can consist of one or more events. Tests can contain partial proofs.
"Successful" or "failed" references are used to evaluate each event.
The federal review is deemed successful when each event labelled "successful."
As part of a test, the benefits provided during the part examinations can to offset each other. The MEBEKO, section "academic" defines the terms of compensation.
The MEBEKO, section "academic" defines, for each event and on a proposal from the commission, the conditions candidates must meet to ensure that the tests are deemed successful. To do this, it takes account of the objectives and contents of the training. The conditions will be kept constant by means of an appropriate procedure.

Art. 6 federal review for holders of foreign degrees if 'academic training' section of the MEBEKO does not recognize a foreign degree and ask the owner to spend the federal review, it determines: a. the conditions for admission to the federal review, etb. If the holder must pass comprehensive federal review or parts of it.

In doing so, it takes into account course and experience professional of the holder, in particular in the system of Swiss health.

Chapter 2 Procedure Section 1 federal review bodies and their tasks art. 7 review boards after consulting with "academic training" section of the MEBEKO and training institutions, the federal Council shall establish, for each University medical profession, a review board in which every training institution is represented.
On proposal of the DFI, he appoints a Chairman and four to eight members for each review board.
In collaboration with the University medical training institutions, review boards ensure the preparation and organization of the federal review. In doing so, they represent the interests of the Confederation.
Review boards perform the following tasks: a. to develop, for the section "University education" of the MEBEKO, a proposal relating to the content, form, date and evaluation federal review; b. prepare the federal review in collaboration with the "academic" section of the MEBEKO; c. designate individuals who will ensure the realization of the federal review site reviews (site managers); d. designate members who will advise candidates on issues relating to the federal review; e. offer the 'academic training' section of the MEBEKO of the guidelines for the Organization of the federal review; f. submit to the section "University education" of the MEBEKO the name of Examiners for appointment; g. develop principles for advice for candidates to the federal review.

New content according to section I of the O from 17 nov. 2010, in force since Jan. 1. 2011 (2010 5425 RO).

Art. 8 presidents of the chairs of review panels review panels to perform the following tasks: a. coordinate the preparation, organization and evaluation of federal reviews, in collaboration with the "academic" section of the MEBEKO and the training institutions; b. present in section "academic" of the MEBEKO, timely, proposals of the review boards, pursuant to this Ordinance; c. control the preparation of exams , in collaboration with the secretariat of the "academic" section of the MEBEKO; d. teach site managers on the tasks they must accomplish; (e) instruct the members who will be responsible for advising the candidates on issues relating to the federal review; f. set, agreement with the "academic" section of the MEBEKO, the auxiliary means that candidates will be entitled to use during the examination; (g) notify the results of exams.

The Chairman of the Review Board designates his Deputy.

Art. Responsible for site 9 site managers perform the following tasks: a. organize, agreement with training institutions and the secretariat of the "academic" section of the MEBEKO, the Federal reviews on the site where they take place; b. establish, based on the list of admitted applicants, notices of exams and send both candidates to examiners; c. inform examiners the candidates and the other people involved in the federal review on AIDS allowed during events; d. advising the candidates on issues relating to federal reviews.

They decide the validity of the reasons of impediment or interruption.
If the number of examiners empowered is insufficient, site managers may appoint other ad hoc experts to function as a reviewer. They communicate the names of these persons to the secretariat of the "academic" section of the MEBEKO.

Art. 10 Examiners 'academic training' section of the MEBEKO maintains a list of authorized examiners and sets the tasks devolving on them.
Review boards submit the name of people likely to work as an examiner.
May be eligible as reviewers: a. teachers University, forgotten the source. practitioners.

Examiners may hold office until the end of the year during which they reach the age of 70 years, after which they are removed from the list.

Section 2 rules of examination art. 11 dates of the federal review review takes place once a year. Dates must be set according to the sessions of the University examinations and the end of the semester.
The "academic" section of the MEBEKO set the dates for the federal review, on the proposal of the review boards.

Art. 12 registration the federal review candidates should register with the secretariat of the section "University education" of the MEBEKO at the latest at the official closing date for entries.
Before the start of each academic year, the MEBEKO, section "academic" publishes the official closing date of entries in the table of deadlines.

Art. 13 admission universities communicate timely, "University education" section of the MEBEKO the name of individuals who have completed the course accredited correspondent.
The candidates that under art. 12, al. 2, medical want to present themselves to the federal review of chiropractors, must prove to the MEBEKO, section "academic", at the latest one month before the beginning of the tests: a. they got 60 study credits in a certified according to the medical sector; (b) that they have completed a course of studies in the meaning of art. 12, al. 2, let. b, medical.


The "academic" section of the MEBEKO decides whether or not a candidate is admitted to attend the federal review.
If you register later than the official closing date for entries, the candidate is not allowed in the federal review, unless he can make good cause, such as illness or an accident.

Introduced by the I of O ch. 17 nov. 2010, in force since Jan. 1. 2011 (2010 5425 RO).

Art. 14 list of candidates allowed to run the secretariat of the "academic" section of the MEBEKO establishes, for site managers, the list of successful candidates to introduce themselves.

Art. 15 withdrawal of registration a registered candidate may withdraw his registration before the beginning of the tests. It must inform in writing the MEBEKO, section "University education".
Anyone who withdraws its registration must pay the registration fee.
Anyone who withdraws his registration after receipt of the admission decision also must pay the examination fee, unless he can make good cause, such as illness or an accident.
MEBEKO, section "academic", decides on the validity of the reasons.

Art. 16 waiver and interruption if a candidate gives up to the exam without having removed his registration or if it does not continue the federal review, he is deemed failing, unless he can make good cause, such as illness or an accident.
The candidate must report promptly to site manager that he will waive the exam or he interrupts the test. It must present or spontaneously send receipts, such as a medical certificate.
Site manager decides if the reasons given are valid and informs the secretariat of the "academic" section of the MEBEKO.
If the reasons are valid, the candidate can register for the next session. If the event consists of several partial proofs that the candidate not all could not move due to an interruption of the review for valid reasons, the candidate must retake the test in its entirety, including all the corresponding partial tests during the next session.
The registration fee is due in all cases. If a candidate does not pass the exam, he must pay the examination fee, unless he can make good cause. In case of interruption, the examination fee is due.

Art. 17 advertising the federal review is not public.
People wishing to attend the federal review must obtain authorisation from the president of the review board.
The members of the "academic" section of the MEBEKO and the Review Board have access to office to exams.

Art. 18 repeat of an unsuccessful federal review the candidate who failed a federal review can register for the next session.
Only tests that have been assessed as being "not successful" must be repeated.
In case of failure, the federal review can be repeated two times.

Art. 19 expulsion the candidate who failed three times in the federal review is no longer allowed to enroll in a new federal review of the same medical profession University.

Art. 20 notification of the result of the examination the Chair of the Review Board shall notify the candidate the result of the federal review by decision.
The names of the candidates who passed the federal review are published on the Internet and in another appropriate manner.

Art. 21 keep parts relating to the review the "academic" section of the MEBEKO ensures that all documents relating to the federal review are retained for two years from the communication of the results.
In case of appeal, the parts will be kept until the entry into force of the decision on appeal.

Art. 22 graduate applicant who has passed the federal review receives a federal diploma with a card (plastic card).

Art. 23 sanctions 'academic training' section of the MEBEKO can invalidate a successful federal review if it turns out after the fact that the candidate, by false or incomplete statements, received unduly the right to attend. She may declare that the federal review was not successful if the candidate has influenced the outcome by illicit means.
Site managers may exclude from the federal review a candidate who leads itself from unseemly manner during a test or attempts to influence its outcome through illicit means; They shall inform the Chairman of the review board and the 'university training' section of the MEBEKO.
Depending on the severity of the fault, "University education" section of the MEBEKO said the federal review as "not successful."

Chapter 3 treatment of data art. 24 Bank of data in the section "University education" MEBEKO of the MEBEKO administers a database. It contains applications received, admission decisions as well as the following information on the candidates: a. name and given name (s), maiden name; b. date of birth and sex; c. language of correspondence (d) location (s) of origin and nationality (s); e. AHV number; f. identification number for people in medical professions (GLN); g. address, phone number and e-mail address; h. results of the review.

The data bank also contains: a. data indicating if a candidate has been definitively excluded from the federal review; b. Federal graduation with date and place of issue; c. a statistic of the federal review.

GLN is short for Global Location Number.

Art. 25 data communication "University education" section of the MEBEKO forward as and measure to the federal Office of public health (FOPH) all the data about the candidates who passed the federal review referred to in art. 24, al. 1, let. a to g for the register of medical professions.
It shall communicate to the secretariat of the federal Council for the coordinated Health Service's representative the name, first name, address and date of birth of the candidates who passed the federal review of human medicine, dentistry, chiropractic or pharmacy.
It reports to the federal Office of food safety and Veterinary Affairs, for the attention of the Service veterinarian coordinated, the name, address and date of birth of the candidates who passed the federal review of veterinary medicine.

The name of the administrative unit has been adapted to 1 Jan. 2014 in application of art. 16 al. 3 o from 17 nov. 2004 on official publications (RS 170.512.1).

Art. 26 right to information applicants have the right to be informed about the data.
They have to make a written request to the "academic" section of the MEBEKO, by justifying their identity.
The information within 30 days, in writing and free of charge.

Chapter 4 fees, allowances and costs art. 27 taxes registration fee is 200 francs to each time.
The examination fees are fixed as follows: a. federal review of human medicine: 1500 francs b. federal review of Dentistry: 1000 francs c. federal review of chiropractic: 1300 francs d. federal review of Pharmacy: 1300 francs e. federal review of veterinary medicine: 1000 francs.

If the candidate should pass or repeat parts of the federal review, taxes are calculated proportionately.
Taxes related to the issue of the degree can be found in Appendix 5 of the order of 27 June 2007 on graduates, University training, postgraduate training and exercise of academic medical professions.

New content according to section I of the O from 17 nov. 2010, in force since Jan. 1. 2011 (2010 5425 RO).
SR 811.112.0 art. 28 repealed by no I of O from 17 nov. 2010, with effect from Jan 1. 2011 (2010 5425 RO).

Art. 29 allowance of site managers, site managers receive an annual fee of 8000 francs and compensation in proportion to the number of candidates 'academic background' section of the MEBEKO they have given for the year concerned.
The rate for compensation according to the number of candidates is 30 francs per candidate.

Art. 30 repealed by no I of O from 17 nov. 2010, with effect from Jan 1. 2011 (2010 5425 RO).

Art. 31 compensation for examiners the rates applicable to the allowances for examiners are the following: a. preparation of the trials of the federal review, participation in the review, evaluation and corrections: 150 francs an hour; b. work of the secretariat in relation to the federal review: 30 francs an hour; c. travel allowance do exams and attend sessions to develop tests of the federal review calculated according to the terms for the federal staff; (d) compensation for each of the main meals, for accommodation and breakfast, calculated according to the terms for the federal staff.

New content according to section I of the O from 17 nov. 2010, in force since Jan. 1. 2011 (2010 5425 RO).

Art. 31aindemnites for patients standardized anyone who takes part in a review as a specifically trained patient (standardized patient) receives 50 francs an hour for the preparation of exams and participation such exams.

The reimbursement of expenses related to the preparation of exams and participation such examinations is governed by the provisions applicable to the staff of the Confederation.

Introduced by the I of O ch. 17 nov. 2010, in force since Jan. 1. 2011 (2010 5425 RO).

Art. 32Autres benefits the rate of compensation for workers who prepare local or material for the federal review is set to 25 francs an hour.
The rate of compensation for people responsible for supervising the conduct of exams is set to 30 francs an hour.

New content according to section I of the O from 17 nov. 2010, in force since Jan. 1. 2011 (2010 5425 RO).

Art. 33 costs to rent premises outside the academic institution to organize the federal review, site managers agree to pay rent after agreement with the secretariat of the "academic" section of the MEBEKO and with the FOPH.
After agreement with the FOPH, the prints are ordered at the Federal Chancellery and paid by the FOPH.
The Confederation shall bear the costs of printing and the translation of the questions for all events of the federal review.
The Confederation shall meet the cost of the material assistance provided to candidates if this material comes from the Confederation.

New content according to section I of the O from 17 nov. 2010, in force since Jan. 1. 2011 (2010 5425 RO).

Chapter 5 provisions final art. 34 repeal of the law in force the repeal of the existing law is regulated in Schedule 1.

Art. 35 change of the law in force the change in the law in force is set in annex 2.

Art. 36 transitional provisions if the content of the examinations that candidates must pass under the law in force and the tests to be passed under the new law overlap, the 'academic training' section of the MEBEKO, on a proposal from the commission, may decide: a. no longer organize all or part of the tests according to the law in force forgotten the source. to charge all or part of the tests according to the law in force in the federal review under the new law.

Art. Transitional 36aDispositions respecting the amendment of November 17, 2010 taxes to review below are due for the first two tests of the federal review within the meaning of the medical after the entry into force of the amendment of this order on November 17, 2010: a. federal review of human medicine: 1000 francs b. federal review of Dentistry: 850 francs c. federal review of Pharmacy : 850 francs d. federal review of veterinary medicine: 850 francs A from the third session of the federal review within the meaning of the medical after the entry into force of the amendment of this order on November 17, 2010, the fees referred to in art. 27, al. 2, are due in their entirety.

Introduced by the I of O ch. 17 nov. 2010, in force since Jan. 1. 2011 (2010 5425 RO).

Art. 37 entry into force this order comes into force on January 1, 2009. The al. 2 remains reserved.
Art. 34 comes into force on December 31, 2010.

Annex 1 (art. 34) repeal of the law in force the following laws are repealed: 1. General order of November 19, 1980, on federal reviews of the professions medical; 2. order of 19 December 1975 concerning exceptions made on an experimental basis to the regulation of Federal examinations for professions medical; 3. order of 12 November 1984 fixing the fees and allowances relating to federal reviews of the professions medical; 4. order of the DFI on 15 July 1970 fixing compensation for the written examinations which replace oral examinations according to the regulation of Federal examinations for professions medical; 5. order of 29 April 1943 on the Federal medical exams open to carriers Swiss Italian; 6 degrees. Decree of the federal Council of September 28, 1945, authorizing the issuance of the federal diploma for doctors, pharmacists and veterinarians from Ticino who have been educated in universities Italian; 7. order of 18 November 1975 regarding particular professional examinations for Swiss abroad and Swiss naturalized; 8. Decree of the federal Council on January 28, 1944, concerning the admission of nationals of Liechtenstein to Federal medicine; 9 reviews. order of February 21, 1979, on the admission of refugees to federal reviews of medical; 10 professions. order of June 30, 1983, setting the terms of the process of Federal examinations of medical; 11 professions. Regulation of October 16, 1984, of the Steering Committee, review boards, local presidents and federal reviews of the professions medical; 12 examiners. order of November 19, 1980, concerning doctor exams; 13. order of 18 February 1983 concerning the transitional provisions relating to examinations for physician; 14. order of 29 May 1985 on control of technical medical; 15. order of November 1, 1999, regarding testing of a model special teaching and examinations at the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Bern; 16. order of the DFI on 30 August 2007 on experimentation of a model special education and examinations for the first four years of studies at the Faculty of biology and medicine of the University of Lausanne; 17. order of the DFI on October 17, 2005 on experimentation of a model special education and examinations for the first four years of studies at the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Zurich; 18. order of the DFI on October 21, 2004 on experimentation of a model special teaching and examinations at the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Geneva; 19. order of the DFI on October 21, 2004 on experimentation of a model special education and examinations for the first two years of studies at the Department of medicine at the Faculty of sciences of the University of Fribourg; 20. order of the DFI of 17 October 2005 on the experimentation of a model special education and examinations for the first four years of studies at the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Basle; 21. order of November 19, 1980, for reviews of dentist; 22. order of the DFI on 30 August 2007 on experimentation of a special model of teaching and examinations in medicine dental; 23. order of November 19, 1980, concerning doctor-veterinarian exams; 24. order of the DFI on October 21, 2004 on experimentation with a special model of teaching and examinations in medicine veterinary; 25. order of 16 April 1980 concerning pharmacist reviews; 26. order of 4 March 1982 concerning the transitional provisions relating to examinations of pharmacist; 27. order of the DFI on October 21, 2004 on experimentation with a special model of teaching and exams applicable to the federal diploma of Pharmacy at the University of Basel, at the school of pharmacy of Geneva-Lausanne and at the Federal Polytechnic of Zurich; 28. order the DFI of 3 September 2003 on the experimentation of a special model of teaching and examinations apply to the undergraduate program in pharmaceutical sciences from the Faculty of biology and medicine of the University of Lausanne, 29. order of 4 October 2001 on the experimentation of a special model of teaching and examinations for undergraduate studies in science pharmaceutical at the University of Bern; 30. order of 4 October 2001 on the experimentation of a special model of teaching and examinations for undergraduate studies in science pharmaceutical at the University of Fribourg; 31. order the DFI of 3 September 2003 on the experimentation of a special model of teaching and examinations apply to the undergraduate program in pharmaceutical sciences from the University of Neuchâtel; 32. Regulation of 26 March 2002 of the Committee of the postgraduate in medical professions.

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