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What is the Diploma Equivalence Programme?


The EUROSPINE Diploma Equivalence Programme

  • enables national/scientific Societies in obtaining recognition that their programme is equivalent to that of EUROSPINE.
  • allows young surgeons who have completed their education and attended partner societies' validated diploma programmes to receive the EUROSPINE Diploma.

Equivalence for National and Scientific Societies

Any European country/society can apply to this process as long as they are Institutional Members of EUROSPINE and have a recognised National spine curricula with similar aims and learning outcomes of the EUROSPINE Diploma.

To view the application process for National and Scientific Societies, please follow the below link.

To formally ask for equivalence, an application form must be completed by the Society and returned to the EUROSPINE for review at .

Equivalence for surgeons

Any practicing surgeon who has completed his/her education and completed a validated national society diploma programme can apply for equivalence. Several societies have now signed an agreement with EUROSPINE. To find out if your country is part of the equivalence programme and to apply to receive your EUROSPINE Diploma, please refer to the list below and complete the application form by clicking on the relevant link.

Furthermore, surgeons who have completed modules multiple locations with various societies can also apply for equivalence. They will need to complete the Multiple Sources application form.

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