Patient safety addressed

July 2005
British Dental Journal;7/23/2005, Vol. 199 Issue 2, p71
Academic Journal
Reports that the Alliance of UK Health Regulators on Europe has welcomed the European Council of Ministers decision to adopt the European Union Directive on Recognition of Professional Qualifications. Lobbying to improve aspects of the text of the Directive launched in 2002; Directive's provision for the exchange of fitness to practice and disciplinary information among Member State regulators; Importance of the issue of information exchange in protecting patients across Europe.


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