Anti-smoking counselling in dental-practice setting is effective, concludes systematic research review
Dentists and periodontists can play an important role in encouraging their patients to stop smoking, according to a systematic review of research, published in the EFP’s Journal of Clinical Periodontology.
JCP Digest 12 on increased risk of aggressive periodontitis in men is now available in Italian
The Italian-language version of JCP Digest 12, the latest issue of the EFP’s research summary, is now available for reading or download in PDF format at the EFP website, offering a summary of a study of whether there are sex-specific genetic effects that increase the risk of severe periodontitis in men.
EFP launches dedicated website to promote guidelines from the Prevention Workshop
The EFP has launched a website dedicated to disseminating the conclusions of the XI European Workshop in Periodontology (the “Prevention Workshop”) which was held in November last year.
JCP gains highest-ever impact factor – a great achievement for European perio
The Journal of Clinical Periodontology (JCP), the EFP’s monthly scientific publication, achieved its best-ever impact factor in 2014 and is now ranked second among the dental journals worldwide.
Joint EU-US working group calls for standardisation in reporting prevalence and severity of periodontal disease
A research paper which could have a huge impact on the way that periodontal scientists report their findings on the prevalence and severity of periodontal illnesses has been published by the EFP’s prestigious Journal of Clinical Periodontology (JCP).
Filippo Graziani receives EFP Clinical Research Prize at EuroPerio8
The 2015 EFP Clinical Research Prize in Periodontology (also known as the Jaccard Prize) was presented to Italian researcher Filippo Graziani during a ceremony at EuroPerio8 in London.
JCP Digest 12 available - genome-wide study identifies increased risk of severe periodontitis in men
JCP Digest 12, the latest issue of the EFP’s research summary, is now available for download in pdf format, offering a summary of a study of whether there are sex-specific genetic effects that increase the risk of severe periodontitis in men.