Equivalence for module 1 and/or module 2
If someone followed abroad a potentially equivalent course on animal experimentation, it's possible to ask for an equivalence. Decision is only taken by veterinarian cantonal authorities, after examination of documents, on a case-by-case basis. Authorities decide for a full or a partial equivalence; if full equivalence is accepted, participant may register to a short one day course entitled "Ethics, legislation and 3R"; if partial equivalence is accepted, authorities will indicate to candidate which part of module 1 or module 2 course he/she should register for.
If you are concerned, you must contact your director of animal experimentation.
- if your are working at UNIGE (CMU, Sciences) or HUG: please contact Dr. Marjolaine Philit or Dr. Elsa Meylan (email@example.com)
- if your are working at l'UNIL or CHUV, please contact Dr. Laure Seriot (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- if your are working at EPFL, please contact Dr. Phoukham Phothirath (email@example.com)
- if your are working at Campus Biotech for UNIGE or EPFL, please contact Dr. Camille Doras (firstname.lastname@example.org)
You must provide your CV (including publication list) and all the documents regarding the course you attended (program, content - theoretical and practical - mentionning the type of procedures, duration) and certificate of attendance. Contact persons will help you and forward your ask to cantonal veterinarian authorities.