Training and Education

Immersify Dental targets 100,000 users as it launches new subscription service for dentistry students

Immersify Dental, the interactive learning resource for dental students created by Immersify Education, aims to become the go to platform for educational resources as it launches a new content...

College of General Dentistry broadens membership eligibility

The College of General Dentistry (CGDent) has broadened its eligibility criteria for membership, enabling suitably qualified non-registrants to join, and offering practitioners with relevant...

BSPD focuses on looked-after children, awarding joint-winners in 2022 Outstanding Innovation Award

Joint-winners, both with initiatives supporting the wellbeing of looked-after children, have been awarded the British Society of Paediatirc Dentistry (BSPD) 2022 Outstanding Innovation Award.

Talk the talk

Tif Qureshi explores the issues surrounding effective patient communication.

Wesleyan supports 15 dentistry students with £65,000 Scholarship funding

Birmingham-based specialist financial services mutual, Wesleyan, has announced it will be supporting 15 dental students from disadvantaged communities with scholarship funding worth over £65,000.

Dental course organisers to donate 70 per cent of profits to help Ukraine

A dental recruitment company is donating 70 per cent of the profit raised from one of its upcoming courses to charities supporting marginalised communities in Ukraine and Poland. 

New webinar supported by Waterpik

Waterpik is delighted to present a new webinar with dental hygienist and therapist, Lottie Manahan, to be hosted by Dental Update on March 29, 2022.

MPS launches ambitious research initiative to improve patient safety and clinician wellbeing

Medical Protection Society (MPS) – of which Dental Protection is part – has recently launched the MPS Foundation; a new, global, not-for-profit research initiative to help shape the future of patient...

Is e-learning the future of dentistry?

Michael Sultan considers the pros and cons of online education.

Plymouth wins bid to run first residential dental summer school

Peninsula Dental School at the University of Plymouth has been named one of two hosts for the UK’s first residential programme based around dentistry.

81 per cent of employees in healthcare want to upskill this year, as government campaign launches to boost business growth in 2022

Businesses across the health and social care sector are being urged to ‘Join the skills revolution’ as tens of millions of employees around England express desire to skill up in their jobs this year.

Chief Sustainability Officer’s Clinical Fellow Scheme

Climate change presents a major threat to our health. That’s why the NHS became the world’s first health service to commit to reaching net zero emissions. Thanks to the pioneering efforts of NHS staff...