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  • UNION EUROPÉENNE DES MÉDECINS SPÉCIALISTES EUROPEAN UNION OF MEDICAL SPECIALISTS The UEMS Board of Oro-Maxillo-Facial Surgery EBOMFS European Board of Oro-Maxillo-Facial Surgery Bruges Belgium 12 - 14th of September th Board – Assessment 2010Application for Fellowship of the European Board of Oro- Maxillo-Facial Surgery
  • UNION EUROPÉENNE DES MÉDECINS SPÉCIALISTES EUROPEAN UNION OF MEDICAL SPECIALISTS The UEMS Board of Oro-Maxillo-Facial SurgeryEuropean Board of Oro-Maxillofacial Surgery (EBOMFS), Secretary General: MD DDS Risto Kontio Kasarminkatu 11-13 00029 HUS Helsinki FIN. Tel.: ++ 358 400 490292. Email: risto.kontio@medius.fi, risto.kontio@hus.fiEBOMFS - ASSESSMENTAnnouncementInstructions for ApplicationRegulations relating to the EBOMFS - AssessmentCurriculum Vitae ( standard form )a. Publicationsb. PresentationsLogbook ( standard form )Procedure Codes and Categories
  • EBOMFS ASSESSMENTEuropean Board of Oro-Maxillo-Facial Surgery (EBOMFS)INSTRUCTIONS FOR APPLICATIONPlease, complete the enclosed standard curriculum vitae.Please, attach a copy of all required documents and a recent I.D. photo.Please, complete the logbook (using enclosed sheet, photocopy as necessary) according to the list enclosed.Each page of the logbook must be signed by the chief of the department or medical director of the clinic. Incase of doubt contact your national EBOMFS - representative.Please, prepare 1 copy of all documents required to be sent either to the secretarys office in Helsinki or toPresident of the Scientific Committee, prof. Joseph Schoenaers. Both electronic and writtendocumentation is accepted.Secretary General: Dr Risto Kontio Kasarminkatu 11-13, 00029 HUS, Helsinki, Finland risto.kontio@medius.fi risto.kontio@hus.fiThe fee for the assessment will be EURO 450,-. The document of the payment must arrive togetherwith other documents. The sum must include the required amount of EURO 450,- plus all bank transfercharges and must indicate candidates name in block letters.Treasurer of EBOMFS: EBOMFS - Dr B.KOVACS Banque DEXIA, Agence Barriere Chaussee de Waterloo 216, B-1060 Brussels; BIC : GKCCBEBB, IBAN : BE77 0682 3022 1342Deadline for application for the Assessment will be the 15th of June 2010.
  • EBOMFS ASSESSMENT European Board of Oro-Maxillo-Facial Surgery (EBOMFS) Regulations Relating to the EBOMFS - Assessment 1. Only candidates who have been shown after review of their C.V. to be recognised Specialists in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, and who have been recognised for more than 2 years (at the time of Assessment), can enter the Assessment. 2. The Assessment shall be in two parts, I/ an Assessment both of the Curriculum Vitae (CV) and the candidates records of the operations he has performed personally since completion of his recognition and II/ Multiple Choice Question Exam (MCQ) followed by an Oral Assessment. 3. Assessment for the C.V./Logbook (standard form) will be made by the scientific committee in conjunction with the executive committee of EBOMFS at least 3 months prior to the date of MCQ & Oral Assessment. The Assessment will be made under the following broad headings: A. Academic activity a1) Academic or second University thesis or research degree a2) Publications in recognised journals a3) Presentations at national or international meetings a4) Attendance at conferences and courses recognised for CME. B. Clinical activity b1) Major category b2) Intermediate category b3) minor category The Assessment will be balanced to allow non academic surgeons to pass without academically important criteria and vice versa. Thus the clinical activity will have a maximum of 25 marks and the academic criteria of 25 marks, altogether 50 marks. Only those candidates who score at least 36 marks may continue with the MCQ and Oral Assessment.4. The MCQ Exam will be conducted before the Oral Assessment. The assessment of MCQ will be proportional, i.e. the final points given are in relation to correct answers. If a candidate does not take part in the MCQ Exam, he / she cannot continue the Oral Assessment.5. The total marks is 100. The MCQ shall be worth a maximum of 20 marks. The Oral Assessment shall be worth a maximum of 30 points. To pass the CV / logbook the minimum marks are 36, the minimum to pass MCQ & Oral Assessment the minimum marks are 36. 6. The Oral Assessment which will be by interview only, will last 1 hour. 7. There will be three examiners for each candidate. The President of the team should be from the same country as the candidate. Both of the examiners should be from other countries. 8. The examiners will ask questions using one of the following languanges: English French, German, Spanish. The pool of questions is approved by the scientific committee of EBOMFS. 9. Candidates must bring three of their cases, at least one of which the examiners shall discuss. It is up to the examiners to choose one case out of the three cases the candidate has prepared for the Assessment. If a candidate has not prepared case reports for the oral part he can not continue the Assessment. The duration of presenting the case report is limited to 15 minutes incl. discussion.
  • EBOMFS ASSESSMENT 10. Each examiner will grade the candidate on a 10 mark scale. The sum of each mark will be the final score.Academic Criteria: Recognized for scoring are the following academic criteria: -Higher university postgraduate degrees, Doctorate Diplomas (written on a thesis) or Ph.D. -Publications (score 1 point, if the candidate is first author. All other publications score 1/2 point. Only papers which are published in international or national journals can be recognized. For documentation the candidate has to submit the first page of the publication only. -Presentations -CME The marks will be awarded as follows: 1. Possession of a higher University degree ( Ph.D., M.sc. etc.) 8 marks 2. Publications (each paper 1 or 0.5 marks to max. of 8 ) 8 marks 3. Presentations (same scale as 2 ) 8 marks 4 CME ( each conference or course 0.5 marks ) 6 marks Total marks for academic activity: 30 marks Final marks max. 25 marksClinical Activity: This will be an Assessment of operations performed by the candidate since specialist recognition and assesses major, intermediate and minor operations. The classification of operations into major and intermediate is enclosed, and the logbook must document the operations by these criteria. For the documentation of the minor operations, a summary sheet signed by the head of the department, is required. It is anticipated candidates occasionally will need to seek advice as to which certain uncommon operations should be classified. The Scientific Committee of EBOMFS will provide this information. Each operation is to be registered only once - even if multiple procedures are involved. The marks will be provided as follows: 1. 48 or more major operations will earn: 12 marks (each operation is worth 0.25 marks up to 48 marks) 2. 72 or more intermediate operations will earn: 12 marks (6 operations are worth 1 mark) 3. 600 or more minor operations will earn: 6 marks Total marks for clinical activity: 30 marks Final marks max. 25 marksThe candidate eligible for fellowship has to pass both parts of the assessment.A) Curriculum vitae / logbook ( Academic plus Clinical Activity )carries a total tariff of 60 marks. PASS MARK 36 marks.B) MCQ & Oral Assessment carries a total tariff of 40 marks PASS MARK 36 marks.To pass the Board - Assessment the candidate requires at least 72 marks.
  • EBOMFS ASSESSMENT STANDARD CURRICULUM VITAENAME: ID PHOTOEU MEMBER STATE:FIRST NAME:DATE OF BIRTH:MALE: ( ); FEMALE: ( )HOME ADDRESS:WORK ADDRESS:TELEPHONE/ MOBILE PHONE:NATIONALITY:UNDERGRADUATE QUALIFICATIONS(MEDICAL, DATE RECEIVED): UNIVERSITY:(DENTAL, DATE RECEIVED): UNIVERSITY:RECOGNITION AS SPECIALIST IN ORO-MAXILLO-FACIAL SURGERYDATE: PLACE:HIGHER (2nd) UNIVERSITY QUALIFICATIONS (DOCTORATE):(DATE RECEIVED): UNIVERSITY:RESEARCH PROJECTS (TITLES OF COMPLETED STUDIES &DATES):ORO-MAXILLOFACIAL TRAINING: INSTITUTIONS WHERE TRAINING WAS UNDERTAKENWITH DATES:INSTITUTION: DATE:INSTITUTION: DATE:HAVE YOU COMPLETED 2 YEARS AS A SPECIALIST SINCE COMPLETING YOURTRAINING? YES: ( ) ; NO: ( )IF NO STATE WHEN:(CANDIDATES HAVE TO SUBMIT COPIESOF ALL DODUMENTS CONCERNED) SIGNATURE
  • EBOMFS ASSESSMENTPUBLICATIONS:(INCLUDING LETTERS AND CHAPTERS OR TEXT BOOKS)
  • EBOMFS ASSESSMENTPRESENTATIONS:(NATIONAL OR INTERNATIONAL MEETINGS ONLY)
  • EBOMFS ASSESSMENT LOGBOOKNAME OF CANDIDATE: DATE HOSPITAL PAT. NAME AGE OPERATION CODE N° CATEGORY pers. performed see annexNAME AND SIGNATURE OF THE MEDICAL DIRECTOR (each page must be signed).
  • EBOMFS ASSESSMENT TRAUMACode Category Narrative 1 Mandibular Fractures. 2 2 Closed Reduction & Fixation Fractured Mandible. 3 2 Closed Reduction & Fixation + External Fixation. 4 2 Open Reduction & Fixation Fractured Mandible. 5 2 Other 6 Condylar Fractures. 7 2 Closed Management of Fractured Condyle(s). 8 3 Open Reduction & Fixation Fractured Condyle(s). 9 2 Other 10 Zygomatic & Orbital Fractures. 11 2 Closed Reduction + External Fixation. 12 2 Open Reduction & Fixation Fractured Zygoma. 13 3 Open Reduction & Fixation + Orbital Exploration. 14 3 Orbital Exploration +/- Repair. 15 2 Repair Blowout Fracture of Orbit. 16 2 Other 17 Maxillary Fractures. 18 2 Le Fort 1 Fracture External Fixation +/- IMF 19 2 Le Fort 1 Fracture Internal Fixation +/- IMF 20 2 Le Fort 2 Fracture External Fixation +/- IMF 21 3 Le Fort 2 Fracture Internal Fixation +/- IMF 22 2 Le Fort 3 Fracture External Fixation +/- IMF 23 3 Le Fort 3 Fracture Internal Fixation +/- IMF 24 2 Other 25 Nasal Bone Fractures. 26 3 Open Fixation of Nasoethmoidal Complex Fracture. 27 2 Other 28 Craniofacial Fractures. 29 3 Orbitotomy. 30 3 Open Reduction & Fixation Cranial Bone Fracture. 31 2 Other 32 Soft Tissue Injuries. 33 2 Primary Suture Oral & Facial Soft Tissue Injuries. 34 2 Flap Repair Of Oral & Facial Soft Tissue Injuries. 35 2 Remove Foreign Body From Head & Neck. 36 2 Other - page 1
  • EBOMFS ASSESSMENTORTHOGNATHICCode Category Narrative 37 Ramus Osteotomies.. 38 3 Sagittal Split Set Back. 39 3 Sagittal Split Pull Forward. 40 3 Extraoral Vertical Subsigmoid. 41 3 Intraoral Vertical Subsigmoid. 42 3 Inverted L-Osteotomy. 43 3 C-Osteotomy. 44 3 Other 45 Body & Angle Osteotomies. 46 3 Body Ostectomy. 47 3 Angle Ostectomy. 48 3 Other 49 Segmental Mandibular Osteotomies. 50 3 Lower Labial Segmental Osteotomy/Ostectomy. 51 3 Vertical Alveolar Osteotomy/Ostectomy. 52 3 Kole Procedure. 53 3 Symphysea1 Ostectomy. 54 3 Anterior Mandibuloplasty. 55 3 Posterior Segmental Mandibular Osteotomy. 56 3 Total Subapical Mandibular Osteotomy. 57 Other 58 Genioplasty. 59 2 Vertical Reduction Genioplasty. 60 2 Horisontal Reduction Genioplasty. 61 2 Augmentation Genioplasty. 62 2 Advancement Genioplasty. 63 2 Other 64 Total Maxillary Osteotomies. 65 3 Le Fort 1 Osteotomy. 66 3 Le Fort 1 Osteotomy + Modifications. 67 3 Le Fort 2 Osteotomy. 68 3 Le Fort 2 Osteotomy + Modifications. 69 3 Le Fort 3 Osteotomy (not included in C4). 70 3 Other 71 Segmental Maxillary Osteotomies. 72 3 Anterior Segmental Osteotomy. 73 3 Posterior Segmental Osteotomy. 74 3 Combined Segmental Osteotomy. 75 3 Other 76 Malar Surgery 77 3 Malar Osteotomy. 78 2 Malar Augmentation With Autogenous Bone Graft. 79 2 Malar Augmentation With Alloplastic Graft. 80 2 Other - Page 2
  • EBOMFS ASSESSMENT NEOPLASIACode Catory Narrative 81 Treatment For Benign Soft Tissue Lesion. 82 2 Excision & Split Skin Graft. 83 2 Excision & Flap Closure. 84 Other 85 Treatment For Malignant Soft Tissue Lesion. 86 2 Excision & Split Skin Graft. 87 2 Excision & Flap Closure. 88 Other 89 Surgery For Major Salivary Gland Pathology. 90 2 Submandibular Gland Excision. 91 3 Superficial Parotidectomy. 92 3 Total Parotidectomy. 93 2 Excision of SublinguaI Gland. 94 2 Other 95 Surgery For Mandibular Bone Pathology. 96 2 Mandibular Decortication / Alveolectomy. 97 2 Marginal Mandibulectomy. 98 3 Hemimandibulectomy. 99 3 Subtotal Mandibulectomy. 100 3 Total Mandibulectomy. 101 Other 102 Surgery For Maxillary Bone Pathology. 103 2 Maxillary Decortication / Alveolectomy. 104 3 Hemimaxillectomy. 105 2 Partial Maxillectomy / Fenestration. 106 3 Total Maxillectomy. 107 3 Orbital Exenteration. 108 Other 109 Neck Dissection. 110 3 Block Neck Dessection. 111 3 FunctionaI Neck Dissection. 112 3 Supra Hyoid Neck Dissection. 113 2 Biopsy CervicaI Lymph node. 114 Other 115 Surgery For Odontogenic Cysts & Tumours. 116 2 Excision Of Odontogenic Tumour. 117 Other 118 Surgery For Lesions Of Tongue / Floor Of Mouth. 119 2 Partial Glossectomy. 120 3 Total Glossectomy. 121 3 Radical Glossectomy & Commando. 122 Other 123 Surgery Fot Miscellaneous Lesions. 124 2 Excision of Fibro-Osseous Lesion. -- 125 2 Excision Of Giant Cell Lesion. 126 Other - Page 3
  • EBOMFS ASSESSMENTCONGENITALCode Category Narrative 127 Cleft Surgery. 128 3 Primary Repair Of Cleft Lip. 129 3 Primary Repair Of Cleft Palate. 130 3 Secondary Repair Of Cleft Lip / Nose. 131 2 Secondary Repair Of Cleft Palate. 132 Other 133 Pharyngea1 Surgery. 134 3 Pharyngoplasty. 135 Other 136 Cleft Grafts. 137 2 Alveolar Bone Graft. 138 2 Palata! Cleft Bone Graft. 139 Other 140 Craniofacial Surgery. 141 3 Trans-cranial Osteotomy; unspecified. 142 3 Release of Cranial Synostosis. 143 3 Frontal Bone Advancement / Set Back. 144 3 Orbital Advancement / Set Back. 145 3 Correction of Ocular Hypertelorism. 146 Other 147 Congenita! Soft Tissue Lesions. 148 2 Excision of Large Congenita! Pigmented Naevus. 149 Other 150 Congenita! Vascular Lesions. 151 3 Excision Of Arterio- Venous Malformation. 152 Other 153 Miscellaneous Congenital Lesions. 154 2 Excision of Branchial Cyst/Sinus. 155 2 Excision of Lymphangioma/Hygroma. 156 2 Excision of Thyroglossal Cyst/Duct. 157 2 Excision of Preauricular Sinus. 158 Other - page 4
  • EBOMFS ASSESSMENTPRE-PROSTHETICCode Category Narrative 159 Soft Tissue Surgery. 160 2 Partial Glossectomy (not coded N8). 161 Other 162 Hard Tissue Surgery. 163 2 Reposition of Mental Nerve. 164 Other 165 Sulcus Deepening Procedures. 166 2 Vestibuloplasty / Sulcoplasty & Mucosal Graft. 167 2 Vestibuloplasty / Sulcoplasty & Skin Graft. 168 Other 169 Bone Augmentation Procedures. 170 2 Minor Bone Augmentation With Autogenous Bone. 171 2 Minor Bone Augmentation With Alloplastic Material. 172 2 Ridge / Lower Border Augmentation. 173 2 Visor Osteotomy. 174 Other 175 Osseous Integrated Implants. 176 2 Insertion of Intraoral Implants (includes TMI). 177 2 Insertion of Extraoral Implants. 178 Other - Page 5
  • EBOMFS ASSESSMENTTMJCode Category Narrative179 Treatment Of Joint Dislocation.180 2 Capsular Plication.181 2 Eminectomy.182 2 Zygomatic Arch Down Fracture.183 2 Eminence Augmentation.184 2 Myotomy.185 Other186 Intrarticular Diagnostic & Therapeutic Procedures.187 2 Arthroscopy.188 Other189 Surgery For Meniscal Pathology.190 2 Repair of Torn Meniscus.191 2 Re-attachment of Displaced Meniscus.192 2 Menisectomy.193 2 Alloplastic Replacement of Meniscus.194 Other195 Condylar Ostectomies.196 2 High Condylar Shave.197 2 Condylectomy.198 3 Total Prosthetic Joint Replacement.199 2 Sub- Total Prosthetic Joint Replacement.200 Other201 Condylar Osteotomies.202 2 Condylotomy.203 2 Gap Arthroplasty.204 2 Post Condylar Grafting205 Other206 Non-Medical Management Of Joint Pain207 Other208 Coronoid Osteotomies.209 2 Coronoidectomy Intraoral Approach210 2 Coronoidectomy Extraoral Approach211 Other - Page 6
  • EBOMFS ASSESSMENTRECONSTRUCTIONCode Category Narrative 212 Techniques (applicable toAll Subgroups). 213 2 Harvest of Rib For Bone Graft. 214 2 Harvest of Iliac Crest For Bone Graft. 215 3 Harvest of Radia1 Free Flap. 216 3 Harvest of Radial Free Flay & Bone. 217 3 Harvest of Latissimus Dorsi Flap. 218 3 Harvest of Pectoralis Major Flap. 219 3 Harvest of Rectus Abdominis Flap. 220 3 Harvest of Free Jejunal Flap. 221 3 Harvest of Other Myocutaneous Flap. 222 3 Reconstruction with Autogenous Bone Graft. 223 3 Reconstruction with Costochondral Graft. 224 2 Reconstruction with Alloplastic Implant. 225 3 Reconstruction with Compound Auto/ Allograft. 226 2 Raise Bitemporal Flap. 227 3 Micro Surgical Nerve Repair / Graft. 228 2 Free Nerve Adhesions. 229 3 Harvest of Cranial Bone Graft. 230 3 Harvest of Free Fibula Flap. 231 3 Harvest of Free Scapular Flap 232 3 Harvest of Other Microvascu1ar Free Tissue Transfer 233 Other 234 Miscellaneous. 235 2 Tracheostomy. 236 Other - Page 7
  • EBOMFS ASSESSMENTAESTHETIC FACIAL SURGERYCode Category Narrative 237 Miscellaneous Aesthetic Surgery Procedures. 238 2 Scar Revision. 239 2 Dermabrasion. 240 2 Tattoo Removal. 241 2 Blepharoplasty. 242 3 Rhinoplasty. 243 3 Facelift. 244 2 Sternomastoid Release. 245 3 Thyroid Surgery. 246 2 Septoplasty. 247 2 Eyelid Surgery. 248 2 Lateral Tarsoraphy. 249 2 Pinnaplasty. 250 2 Dacrocystorhinostomy. 251 2 Submental Lipectomy. 252 2 SMR. 253 2 Surgical Reduction of Massetric Hypertrophy. - page 8