European Federation of Periodontology (EFP)
Fédération européenne de parodontologie
1987, as a coordinating committee. Constitution: adopted 12 Dec 1991, when formally renamed; amended 7 Dec 1996.
Promote and monitor periodontal health in Europe; recommend and encourage adherence to minimum standards of theoretical and clinical professional periodontal education for dentists and dental hygienists; define a formal graduate specialty programme and a standardized European accreditation system, leading to quality standardization; promote and coordinate research on health and treatment needs in different countries and the impact on them of dental care systems; promote inter-professional relations in continuing education and research; establish guidelines for approval of relevant product safety and efficacy; advise governmental and nongovernmental bodies.
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