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Dentists treating most vulnerable failed by Stormont

The British Dental Association (BDA) has lambasted the Northern Ireland government for backtracking on an agreement to modernise the contracts of community dentists, who serve the most vulnerable patients. In March 2016, an overwhelming majority of dentists voted in an […]

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BDA offers ‘practical’ help to refugee crisis

Michael Watson looks at the response to refugees in the dental profession in Northern Ireland Back in December, 10 refugee families were flown from Beirut to Belfast as part

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Morale ‘shockingly low’ among Northern Ireland dentists

Urgent action is needed for 'shockingly low' morale among high street dentists in the UK and particularly Northern Ireland, the British Dental Association (BDA) has said. Data from the


Associates and practice owners needed for survey

The British Dental Association (BDA) has sent out an invitation to associates and practice owners to take part in a survey on levels of morale and job satisfaction. The

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New BDA Northern Ireland branch president

Photo: Philip Henderson has been announced as the new branch president for BDA NI Philip Henderson has become the new branch president for the British Dental Association (BDA) Northern


Clinical tips and tricks – and a cabaret show

Join Dr Martin Kelleher, consultant in restorative dentistry, for an afternoon of clinical tips and tricks in restorative dentistry on 14 November. The British Dental Association (BDA) Northern Ireland


Proposed DFT pay cuts abandoned

The British Dental Association’s (BDA) Northern Ireland office has received notice that the Stormont Assembly government is backing down on its proposed £2,000 pay cuts for foundation dentists. Following

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