Society of British Dental Nurses
Championing the professional vision of dental nurses, paving the way for a fulfilling career and achieving goals with ‘ a can do ‘ approach. We know only too well how hard dental nurses work and what it takes to be excellent at what you do… We are stronger together.
Our vision is to inspire and engage dental nurses at each and every stage of their career. We will consider the here and now, and the future landscape of dentistry. Our guiding philosophy is that we will support the development of a sustainable and effective workforce, which as a result will advance our profession through education and professional activity.
5 core values are central to our work
- Influencing policy and informing change
- Enhancing the capacity and ability of our membership
- Placing education, learning, experience, growth and development at the heart of the Society
- Recognising national and local priorities and our role within these areas
- Dedicated to the education and support of dental nursing students
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The Society were present at the Robin Davies Research Awards and were delighted for all successful applicants and winners. By all accounts there were a number of applicants with really good projects. The event was hosted by Prof Nairn Wilson [...]
Link to Our Podcasts
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'I was addicted to exercise'
on December 7, 2019 at 12:51 am
When does something healthy, such as exercise, become an unhealthy obsession? And can apps make things worse?
NHS e-health systems 'risk patient safety'
on December 7, 2019 at 12:26 am
The use 21 separate electronic record systems in NHS hospitals across England 'could lead to errors'.
Doddie Weir: The rugby legend who won't give in to MND
on December 7, 2019 at 12:23 am
Three years after being told he has a terminal illness, rugby legend Doddie Weir refuses to give it an inch.
Briton Audrey Schoeman revived after six-hour cardiac arrest
on December 6, 2019 at 7:21 am
Audrey Schoeman fell unconscious when she was caught in a snowstorm while hiking in Spain.
'My heart was dead for over six hours'
on December 6, 2019 at 1:12 am
Audrey Schoeman's heart stopped beating after she developed hypothermia in a snowstorm.