European Dental Association

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The European Dental Association (EDA) was founded in 1999 as an umbrella organization for training organizations and institutions. EDA is non-profit and offers the possibility of a merger of all groups and institutions that are involved in continuing dental education, as well as individual memberships for dentists and dental technicians who want to specialize or have specialized in one or more specialist areas.

The EDA issues guidelines for specialization in individual of these subject areas, the basis of which is evidence of a corresponding number of training hours in theory and practice and which is concluded with a practical and theoretical examination. The specialization is therefore purely knowledge and skill-based d. H. results-oriented, but not tied to individual institutions such as chambers or a university.

Each member can choose the courses that best complement their knowledge and skills. This factual orientation should enable colleagues who are already established to continue their training activities independently and at a high level, including international developments, without having to fear economic disadvantages due to lost practical time.

Individual evidence

  1. What is the European Dental Association (EDA)? , Kemptner working group. Retrieved July 30, 2016.