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Maltese dentistry in the E.C. context

By John M. Portelli

Abstract

The practice of Dentistry in the European Community is regulated by the Council Directives of 1978 which provide for the activities of and training programmes for dental practitioners, and the mutual recognition of qualifications to facilitate the right to freedom of movement and the establishment of dental practices by non-nationals. In this article the author describes the dental health and the dental manpower in Malta and E.C

Topics: Dentistry -- Practice, Dentistry -- Practice -- Malta, Dentistry -- Practice -- European Union countries -- Statistics
Publisher: Maltese Medical Journal
Year: 1993
OAI identifier: oai:www.um.edu.mt:123456789/648
Provided by: OAR@UM

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