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New Studies on the Professions of Dental Practitioners and harmacists

Following the publication of our study on scientific and technical developments in nursing education (available here), Spark is honoured to keep contributing to the development of other important health professions, such as those of dental practitioners and pharmacists!

With two new studies conducted for DG GROW, Spark aims to assist the European Commission with its assessment on whether to propose an adaptation of the minimum training requirements for the professions of dental practitioners and pharmacists under Directive 2005/36/EC, taking into account scientific and technical progress, within the limits of the delegated powers granted to the Commission under this Directive.

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