IFDEA sees input on dental education

June 24, 2005
Association for dental educators requests feedback via online survey about global needs for dental education.

The International Federation of Dental Education Associations (IFDEA) is conducting a needs assessment survey to gather critical information about the worldwide needs of dental education. IFDEA will share a summary report of this survey with all those who complete it and request the report.

IFDEA was founded in 1992 and is incorporated in the United States as a non-profit organization. The mission of IFDEA is to serve as the representative, independent, and worldwide voice for dental education by promoting advancement in dental education with the ultimate objective of improving the oral health of the public.

IFDEA members include both national and international dental education associations. IFDEA is currently exploring membership for dental schools and other academic dental institutions as well as for individual members.

You will find the survey at the following address: www.imakenews.com. Please respond by July 31, 2005.