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35th Annual Meeting of the SSOMFS

The annual meeting of the SSOMFS will take place this year on November 18 and 19, 2021, in Lucerne.

  • DTV Course at the University Hospital Basel, OMF Surgery 29./30. April 2022
    Dec 10, 2:00 PM GMT+1 – Dec 11, 2:00 PM GMT+1
    Basel, Spitalstrasse 21, 4031 Basel, Schweiz
    Interdisciplinary Radiation Protection - Expert Course for Training in Cone Beam CT (CBCT) / Digital Volume Tomography (DVT) ORL / OMF with Certification and BAG Recognition, on April 29 / 30, 2022, University Hospital Basel OMF Surgery (Preliminary Course ENT on April 29, afternoon).
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  • 62. SAKM - Jahresveranstaltung
    Sat, Apr 01
    Folium/Papiersaal Sihlcity Kalanderplatz
    Apr 01, 2023, 7:00 PM
    Folium/Papiersaal Sihlcity Kalanderplatz, Zürich, Schweiz
    Die 62. SAKM-Tagung verspricht einen interdisziplinären Überblick über neue Konzepte und Technologien im Mund-, Kiefer- und Kopfbereich. Übersichtsreferate sowie Vorträge zu klinisch relevanten Aspekten vermitteln dem Teilnehmer aus der Klinik und Praxis den aktuellen Wissensstand des Themas
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  • Prise en charge des enfants avec fente labio-maxillo-palatine (SFITS)
    Tue, May 16
    SFITS - SWISS Foundation for Innovation
    May 16, 2023, 8:00 AM – May 17, 2023, 6:00 PM
    SFITS - SWISS Foundation for Innovation , Genf, Schweiz
    6ème cours théorico-pratique de prise en charge des enfants avec fente labio-maxillo-palatine le 16 & 17 mai 2023 à Genève
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Events

Events of the SSOMFS, it's members as well as the institutions, organizations and other bodies associated with it can be published for free in the SSOMFS calendar.

Further education program

These regulations are based on the SIWF/FMH Further Education Regulations (FBO) of April 25, 2002, the Federal Law on the University Medical Professions (MedBG) of June 23, 2006, and the Guidelines for the Recognition of Further Education Events of the Swiss Academy of Medical Sciences SAMS.

The aim of the training is:

 
Compentencies
To maintain the medical competencies acquired in training and continuing education
Promotion
To promote ownership of health and professional policies.
Development
To update the medical competence once acquired due to the development of medicine.

The further training shall be structured and verifiable. The scope of further training should be 80 hours per year, irrespective of the degree of employment: of which 50 hours should be basic further training and 30 hours self-study.

You can find more information here:

Current Further education program (german).pdf

(Version 30.3.2017)