2017 – a busy year for the EFP, with much more to come
This year of 2017 has been a busy time for the European Federation of Periodontology (EFP), featuring two major international workshops, the huge success of European Gum Health Day, and the approval of a new strategic plan that will guide the federation’s future.
EFP launches project for alumni of graduate programmes and invites online registration
The EFP has launched the EFP Alumni project to create a network based around the federation’s accredited programmes in periodontology that are now taught at 15 universities in 10 countries.
EFP issues call for entries for top research prize to be awarded at EuroPerio9
The EFP is inviting submissions for the EFP Research Prize in Periodontology (formerly the Jaccard Prize), which is awarded once every three years at the EuroPerio congress.
French society of periodontology passes ‘big society’ threshold and becomes member of European Projects Committee
The French Society of Periodontology and Oral Implantology (SFPIO) will join the EFP’s new European Projects Committee after a rapid rise in its membership means that it qualifies as a “large society”.
Azerbaijani Society of Periodontology becomes EFP’s 30th member
The Azerbaijani Society of Periodontology was welcomed into the EFP family at the general assembly in Santiago de Compostela (Spain) on April 1, becoming the federation’s 30th member.
PEOPLE: The EFP has achieved much over the last year, says Juan Blanco as he stands down as president
The last 12 months have been a busy time for the EFP, which has been very active in a wider range of areas, seeking to put into practice its motto of “periodontal health for a better life.”
EFP general assembly in Santiago approves new strategic plan, launches European Projects Committee, and appoints EuroPerio10 organising committee
The EFP’s annual general assembly, held in Santiago de Compostela (Spain) on April 1, approved a new four-year strategic plan along with a package of projects that will shape the future of the federation – and its impact on global healthcare – for years to come.