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In the light of the Turkish political situation the EFC Exec is having a meeting to consider the options. In the interim we would advise against registering for the meeting and making travel arrangements.

Christine Bergeron on behalf of the EFC Executive

6 - 8th October 2016, Istanbul, Turkey
7th European Congress of the European Federation for Colposcopy

More Information

NEW: EFC criteria and application forms for approval of Basic Colposcopy Courses

based on the consens of the EFC Satellite Meetings - see here

Members of the European Federation of Colposcopy Societies

How to become a Member Country of the EFC, look here.


About EFC

The prinicipal of an European Federation for Colposcopy (EFC), representing all member states of the EU and surrounding countries, was conceived by Joe Jordan (UK) and Renzo Barrasso (France) in Krakow in 1995. Further information relating to the history, the constitution, by-laws and contact details of the EFC can be found in this section. More...


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Check out future and past events organised by the EFC. The EFC held its first official Congress in Rhodes in 2001 with an attendance of 630 delegates representing 24 countries. The next meeting of the EFC was in Paris in 2004. Over 700 delegates from 26 countries took part. More...

Further information relating to minimum standards of training can be found within this section. More...

If you wish to gain access to our members section, details on how to register and the types of information available can be found within. Furthermore details in regards to the mechanisms for becoming a member society and information relating to member society procedures and obligations are also available. More...


In order to contact the EFC or particular members please use the details within this section. We advise you to use the official contact details of the European Federation for Colposcopy in order for your request to be handled appropriately. You can contact the EFC by post, telephone, fax or e-mail. More...