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The European Academy of Paediatric Dentistry is an organization of individuals whose primary concern is in the area(s) of practice, education and/or research specifically related to the specialty of Paediatric Dentistry. It purpose shall be the advancement of the specialty of Paediatric Dentistry for the benefit of the oral health of children.
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Accreditation and Re-accreditation documents


Accreditation and Re-accreditation Process and Documents

 

The primary aim of the European Academy of Paediatric Dentistry (EAPD) is to maintain and improve the quality of advanced education of Paediatric Dentistry in Europe. To succeed in this goal, the EAPD has developed standards for the speciality of Paediatric Dentistry and created a process of evaluating these standards. The purpose of these  documents will be to assist educational institutions and programme directors in structuring new advanced programmes in Paediatric Dentistry and improve the existing ones. Also, these standards will be used by the EAPD to evaluate advanced paediatric dentistry programmes for accreditation and re-accrediation purposes.

 

Please review the Accreditation and Re-accreditation protocol then choose the appropriate from of the following three forms download it and fill it out.

Accreditation Application and Self-Study for Specialist Training Programmes in Paediatric Dentistry
Application for the 6 years re accreditation
Application for the 12 years Re Accreditation

Then please email the file to the EAPD Secretary Dr. Elias Berdouses or the Chair of the Education Committee Assoc. Prof.  Katerina Kavvadia



 

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