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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 of the UK’s ‘vulnerable persons resettlement scheme’. Early this year we […]

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Schools join efforts to save global oral health

An audience of school children and teachers were hosted at the Killyhevlin Hotel in Northern Ireland on Friday 22 January for the launch of the Humble Helpers Programme. A

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Northern Ireland dentists back sugar tax vote

The British Dental Association Northern Ireland has backed moves among MLAs to consult on the introduction of a tax on the sugary drinks that are fuelling an 'avoidable

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Autumn Statement 2015: measures in Northern Ireland

How will changes from the Autumn Statement affect dental professionals in Northern Ireland? NASDAL investigates The big surprise in yesterday's Autumn Statement was the abandonment of the previously announced

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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

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