Education : Scottish Dental magazine


  • What a show!

    2019’s Scottish Dental Show: have you signed up for the industry event of the year?  Once again, record numbers of…

    11 April, 2019 / education

  • Excellence in collaboration

    The University of Dundee being named as a World Health Organisation (WHO) Collaborating Centre further endorses Professor Peter Mossey’s work on cleft lip and palate

    8 January, 2015 / education

  • Pre-eminent professor visits Vermilion

    Referral clinic welcomes Belgian professor during research visit

    22 December, 2014 / education

  • Dentists to become ‘Guardians’ in fight to protect the future of antibiotics

    18 November marks European Antibiotic Awareness Day

    14 November, 2014 / education

  • Opportunity to master the art of implantology

    Edinburgh Dental Institute degree course is first of its kind in Scotland

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  • Teaching anatomy in 3D

    NHS Education for Scotland launches world first for dental teaching

    19 September, 2013 / education

  • Water fluoridation international update

    The Health and Social Care Act 2012 has introduced significant changes to the organisation of the NHS in England, and for the role of local councils. What are the likely implications for water fluoridation south of the Scottish border?

    12 August, 2013 / education

  • HTVT training

    A pilot scheme for Hygiene/therapy Vocational Training is running in Scotland

    16 January, 2013 / education

  • Why training is an investment in you

    Tricia Halliday looks at where training dental nurses can fall foul of HMRC

    22 August, 2012 / education

  • The Golden Proportion

    Searching for the magic ratio, by Dr Richard Holliday MFDS, Mr Mark Devlin FDS, FRCS, Mr Jeff Downie FDS, FRCS

    18 October, 2011 / education


  • New standards of excellence

    This year’s RCPSG Triennial Conference promises two days of lively debate on issues right across the health sector, writes John Gibson

    10 August, 2011 / education

  • From lab to lectures

    George McDonagh is sharing his unrivalled knowledge of decontamination procedures with students at the University of Glasgow Dental School. Tim Power caught up with him to chat about his work and why it is so important

    23 June, 2011 / education

  • Key Stone

    Bridging the gap between science and clinical practice was the aim of the European Association for Osseointegration’s recent congress and its scientific chairman Paul Stone, writes Bruce Oxley

    9 December, 2010 / education

  • Dangers of Stress

    Anxiety and addiction to alcohol or drugs can be an issuein the profession due to the stressful nature of the job. It is important to seek help from organisations such as The Dentists’ Health Support Programme, writes Hew Mathewson

    7 December, 2010 / education

  • Aberdeen’s Northern Lights

    Graeme Smith talks to the director of Scotland’s newest dental school

    11 October, 2010 / education

  • Professional opinions

    Hugh Harvie and Kevin Lewis from Dental Protection, the UK's leading provider of indemnity for the dental team, hosted the latest Scottish Dental round table evening

    30 August, 2010 / education

  • Howard’s way

    In his 28 years as a forensic dentist, Dr Howard Moody has played a critical role in identifying the deceased and gathering evidvidence for assault cases

    2 July, 2010 / education

  • CDT plays its part

    Clinical Dental Technology (CDT) is the latest profession to begin establishing an important role within dental teams working in Scotland. But what does a clinical dental technician do that is different from getting a denture supplied through the dental surgeon?

    16 March, 2010 / education