Juan Blanco receives ‘outstanding periodontist’ award from international federation
Juan Blanco, the EFP’s immediate past president (2016-2017), has received a prestigious award from the Federación IberoPanamericana de Periodoncia (FIPP) – which represents the periodontal societies of Latin America together with those of Spain and Portugal.
EFP executive committee to propose new category of international associate member at next year’s general assembly
The EFP is pressing ahead with plans to expand internationally by creating a new category of member – countries from beyond Europe will be able to join the EFP as “international associate members.”
Iain Chapple outlines global vision for the EFP in latest edition of EFP News
In a special interview in the new edition of EFP News, secretary general Iain Chapple explains his vision of the EFP as “the global opinion leader on all issues relating to periodontal health and dental implants.”
More than 130 people have already registered for EFP Alumni
The EFP’s recently launched EFP Alumni project – a network based around the federation’s accredited postgraduate programmes in periodontology – has already attracted a large number of registrations.
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.