The Canadian Dental Assistants Association, the American Dental Assistants Association and the Society of British Dental Nurses are pleased to announce that representatives from their three organizations have been collaborating to establish the first international federation representing dental assistants and dental nurses from around the world.
News release in relation to the first report from a programme of General Dental Council research and engagement designed to understand the impact of COVID-19 on oral health and dentistry. This report explores the impact of COVID-19 in relation public safety and confidence in the dental industry and the impact ...
Laura McClune, Chair of BSDHT South East regional group, shares her plans for a pilot for a study group for newly qualified Hygienists and Therapists (H&Ts), which Philips is hosting and Laura is leading.
We are pleased to announce that, with effect from 5th March 2019, the widely adopted BSDHT Indemnity insurance arrangement will be transferring (subject to existing policy holder consent) from Howden to Bennett Gould and Partners Limited (BGP) as an intermediary alteration.
28 organisations from across the dental sector have joined forces to launch a set of universal principles for good complaint handling today. The six core principles provide a simple template for best practice, helping professionals and patients to get the most from feedback and complaints, for the benefit of all.
The British Dental Industry Association (BDIA) has launched a new initiative, ‘Think Supplier, Think BDIA Member’ to remind the dental profession of the benefits of purchasing from BDIA member companies.
Dental Protection is reminding clinicians in the UK to maintain good clinical records and obtain full consent if a decision is made to use amalgam as a restorative material, ahead of changes to EU Regulations on its use
New evidence shows that adding calorie labels to menus and next to food in restaurants, coffee shops and cafeterias, could reduce the calories that people consume, although the quality of evidence is low
The regulator is consulting on proposals which aim to better explain how and why funds are used, to be clearer about how costs are allocated and to provide more certainty about the level of fee registrants can expect to pay.