O-Health-Edu brings together 9 partner organisations with long standing experience in Erasmus + activity and with a committment to high quality dental education.
You can find a short profile and contact information for each partner below.
Association for Dental Education in Europe (ADEE)
Association for Dental Education in Europe (ADEE): Ireland
ADEE brings together a broad-based membership across Europe comprised of dental schools, specialist societies and national associations concerned with dental education. ADEE is committed to the advancement of the highest level of health care for all people of Europe through its mission statements:
To promote the advancement and foster convergence towards high standards of dental education.
To promote and help to co-ordinate peer review and quality assurance in dental education and training.
To promote the development of assessment and examination methods To promote exchange of staff, students and programmes.
To disseminate knowledge and understanding on education.
To provide a European link with other bodies concerned with education, particularly dental education.
ADEE Members are European university dental schools, specialist societies or other national dental bodies concerned with or related to dental education.
Université Clermont Auvergne
Université Clermont Auvergne, FranceUFR d’Odontologie, 3 rue de Braga, 63100 Clermont-Ferrand, France
Contact: Prof Stephanié Tubert email@example.com
UCA was created in 2017 after the merge of the University Blaise Pascal (UBP) and the University of Auvergne (UdA). The UCA relies on 5 Colleges in Law-Economics and Management, Technology and Engineering Sciences, Life sciences - Health - Environment, Literature - Languages - Social and Human Sciences and Fundamental Sciences. It counts approximately 35.000 students, offers more than 170 training courses from B.A to Doctorate and integrates 36 unities of research. The dental school of UCA, founded in 1947, is one of the 16 French dental schools. The UCA dental school is playing an important role in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region, by preparing future dentists to perform high quality, evidence-based and well-adapted dental care. The faculty of odontology has experts (clinicians, researchers, teachers) in all the domains of general dentistry along with experts in the 3 recognized French specialties (orthodontics, oral surgery, oral medicine) working together with academics from the health, biological or educational sciences fields. The faculty is engaged in research with two teams working in the field of neurosciences (NEURODOL, INSERM U1107) and nutrition (CROC, EA-4847) that support evidence-based teaching. It is involved in innovative teaching and has been recently renovated with a modern simulation center. The faculty also participate in serving the community as the dental students and staff provide a full range of oral health services namely in the hospital clinic and is committed to improve access to dental care for all. The faculty is accredited to manage CPD programs within the French CPD system. The dental faculty of Clermont-Ferrand is an ADEE member and actively participates in ADEE activities since 1998.