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New website to educate patients on dental implants
A dedicated website with a downloadable booklet to educate patients about implants and related treatments has been launched by The Association of Dental Implantology (ADI).
Third of children “embarrassed to smile”
A THIRD of children are embarrassed to smile because of the state of their teeth, a new report reveals.
Women trainee doctors more likely to be offered a job
WOMEN trainee doctors are more likely than men to be offered a training post and pass their exams, according to new figures.
First wave of NHS vanguard sites announced
THE first 29 organisations to pilot new models of NHS care in England as “vanguard” sites have been announced.
GMC given right of appeal in rulings judged “too lenient”
FITNESS to practise rulings judged too lenient will be subject to appeal by the GMC under new changes to the Medical Act.
“No bias” at GMC, report finds
DECISIONS made by the General Medical Council are “appropriate” with no evidence of bias or discrimination, according to an independent report.
Postcode lottery for private dental check-ups
THE cost of a private dental check-up varies wildly across the UK, with prices in some areas up to 733 per cent higher than others.
Poor leadership encourages bullying, survey shows
POOR leadership and overworked senior doctors can increase incidents of bullying among trainees, according to a new survey by the General Medical Council.