By 19 September Member States will communicate to the EU Commission the last measures they need to adopt in order to fully and correctly complete, at last, the transposition of amended Directive 2005/36.
This follows a letter of “formal notice” addressed to Member States on 18 July by the EU Commission.
The replies expected by 19 September could trigger some legal actions before the EU court, given the divergent readings of Directive’s provisions on Partial Access : some countries (i.a. Germany, Poland) exclude some health professions from the Partial Access’ scope of application, in opposition with constant EU Commission’s views reiterated this Summer.
The Spring meeting of FEDCAR hosted on 20 April in Dublin by the Dental Council of Ireland focussed on the quality of dental education in Europe, with the help of the ADEE, CED and EDSA.
In addition to the Irish model of accreditation, the I.S.D.R. principles of accreditation was also displayed.Read more
In recent years the use of digital health services has expanded rapidly, including in the dental practice.
“While they may present a convenient way for some patients to access healthcare, it is important that these services do not compromise patients’ safety, states a research undertaken by the General Medical Council to update its regulation of telemedicine in the UK.Read more
On Wednesday 21 February, representatives from patients, academics, industries, professionals & regulators (i.a. FEDCAR), -constituting the Brexit Health Alliance-, gathered in Brussels and addressed various aspects of health issues that are at stake with the Brexit.Read more