PHE News Release: 10 year olds in the UK have consumed 18 years worth of Sugar

By |January 2nd, 2019|SBDN|

Public Health England News Release - (Report is the original report from PHE) 10 year olds in the UK have consumed 18 years’ worth of sugar • The latest Change4Life campaign is asking parents to “Make a swap when you next shop” to halve their children’s sugar intake from some everyday food and drinks. • [...]

Congratulations to Milli Doshi & Claire Stevens

By |January 2nd, 2019|SBDN|

Dr Milli Doshi MBE  has been in the driving seat of  Mouth Care Matters since its inception. driving the message of Mouth Care Matters across Trusts across the UK and training dental nurses/oral health educators to deliver the training.  Consultant  Caire Stevens CBE has been recognised for her excellent paediatric dental care provision and her [...]

Getting your goals for 2019

By |January 2nd, 2019|SBDN|

The Society are always at hand to support you with your career dilemmas and choices and your enhanced continual professional development choices. Struggling with your Professional Development Plan, your log of completed activity or simply ensuring the cpd your are getting is fit for purpose  - let the Society help you we are always at [...]

Ambassadors Put their Charity Hats On …

By |December 23rd, 2018|SBDN|

A time for giving .... The Society are supporting those making a real difference to those who are less fortunate: Jenni  Pattni our Charity lead and Alex Kier the representative for Scotland have both exceed their targets for their chosen charity this Christmas and there is still time to give. Jenni has raised funds for [...]

Amalgam Restriction of Use Letter Re-Issued

By |December 18th, 2018|SBDN|

The Office of the CDO England has re issued the letter outlining the restrictions surrounding the use of dental amalgam (Article 10) from 1st January, 2019. Dear Colleague, For action: Notice on the restrictions of use and disposal of dental amalgam You will recall that I wrote to you on 12th April to alert you [...]

Clear & Certain: Fee setting Report From GDC released

By |December 12th, 2018|SBDN|

The Society contributed widely to this consultation and recognised  key intentions by the GDC to be fair and transparent, as always we highlighted the disparity in the original fee setting and challenged the starting position of this consultation. The Society stand firm when they say they firmly believe that dental nurses should not be paying [...]

Homeless and Inclusion Oral Health Conference

By |November 25th, 2018|SBDN|

This event considered the inequalities that vulnerable people who are homeless face from many aspects - oral health is very much part of this. How easy do we make it for this vulnerable group to receive oral and dental care? Do we and indeed can we provide the care we need and if not why [...]

National Dental Nurses Day 2018

By |November 23rd, 2018|SBDN|

The Society have again been delighted with the growth of the National Dental Nurses Day. We doubled the categories and had more than double the entries, there have been things going on across the country, as pictures keep on coming  - truly amazing. As for social media the numbers were beyond belief. Thank you everyone, [...]

NEBDN Celebrate 75 Years – where it all began

By |November 23rd, 2018|SBDN|

Today the NEBDN celebrated their 75th Anniversary - couldn't resist a picture with those in post at the time when our Patron qualified. Delighted to be invited to this event in London.

Alcohol Brief Intervention Information

By |November 17th, 2018|Blog, SBDN|

The Patron of the Society recently provided an article for Smile Magazine on Alcohol Identification and Brief Intervention  and advised of a link to the free e-learning. The article is added below for your interest. Alcohol Consumption and Advice: Is it a taboo subject?   Fiona Ellwood Chair of the National Oral Health Promotion Group [...]