COURSE REGISTRATION 3237 (2023). "Swedish Law and Ethics on the Protection of Laboratory Animals - theory only" (0.5 cr.).

The course is aimed at persons who have formally received education and training in laboratory animal science elsewhere in another EU country, and who plan to carry out procedures (Function A), to design procedures or projects involving animals (Function B), to take care of laboratory animals (Function C), or to kill laboratory animals (Function D) in Sweden. The course is designed to meet the learning outcomes specified in the EU Education and Training Framework to fulfil the legal demands for the EU modules 1 (Legislation) and EU modules 2 (Ethics, Animal Welfare and the 3Rs) as set out by the Directive 2010/63/EU and by the Swedish legislation L150 (SJVFS 2019:9).

Full name:

First name and last name.

Personal ID number:

Alternatively, please provide your date of birth.


To benefit from internal course fee, please provide your email

Phone number:

Name of your supervisor, project leader or employer and institution:

First name,last name, institution .

Your affiliation:

Please indicate your affiliation:

If "Other", name of your affiliation:

If KI,name of your institution:

Your invoice address:

This course is free of charge for doctoral students and postdocs registered at the Karolinska Institute. Other participants are subject to a fee.

ZZ number:

For KI staff only.

Project number:

For KI staff only.

Your current role:

What role best describes you?


**For KI doctoral students only**

Date of registration as KI doctoral student.

Are you going to use anaesthesia and surgical techniques in your work?


I understand that the INTERNAL (affiliated to KI) course fee is 2 000 SEK (including INDI).

I understand that the EXTERNAL (not affiliated to KI) course fee is 4 000 (excluding VAT).

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