Training and Education
Dental Protection and the College of General Dentistry have announced the establishment of a partnership which includes a discount on Dental Protection subscription fees for members of the college.
Statement from Resuscitation Council UK in response to the CQC and GDC statement on life support training
The Resuscitation Council UK has responded to the CQC and GDC statement regarding life support training for dental professionals during the pandemic.
The College of General Dentistry (CGDent) has published details of its new membership scheme, enabling all members of the dental team to become part of the UK’s first independent college for primary...
King’s College London’s Faculty of Dentistry, Oral and Craniofacial Sciences, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Adams School of Dentistry, the National University of Singapore Faculty of...
The Faculty of General Dental Practice (FGDP[UK]) and Public Health England (PHE) have published revised guidance on radiation protection in dental practice.
The Dental Defence Union (DDU) has launched its online DF1Success course to support its student dental members taking the Situation Judgement Test (SJT) this November.
As dentistry goes through the pandemic, many dental professionals find themselves wondering what the future is going to look like, and crucially what they should be doing to adapt.
EMS and the Swiss Dental Academy (SDA) have announced that their Guided Biofilm Therapy (GBT) events are back on track, with new protocols to ensure everyone’s safety.
The selection process takes place in Leeds this month for 12 dentists who will be allocated places on a new paediatric dentistry training programme in Yorkshire and the Humber.
The College of General Dentistry is delighted to announce the further development of its ‘college ambassadors’ scheme with the appointment of two new ambassadors – Professor Jason Leitch CBE and...
The General Dental Council (GDC) has published the findings from its first education quality assurance thematic review, which focused on the preparedness for practice of UK-trained dental students at...
The UK’s dental schools and dental hospitals join forces to find innovative solutions to the complex challenges presented by COVID-19
Dental education has been one of the most severely affected clinical professions by the COVID-19 pandemic. This is because of the fine water clouds that drilling teeth can sometimes create.
When COVID-19 disrupted all our lives, the Dental Nursing Academy was one of many organisations to embrace the digital platform as a way to continue its support for students.