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  • Crisis what crisis?

    Crisis? What Crisis?

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    by DentistGoneBadd
    Sunday, 15 January 2017
  • GDC Watch Winter 2017 - Sexual Misconduct

    Recently, I have been mulling over issues of personal conduct.  This has led me to the specific topic of this blog which is sexual misconduct or otherwise inappropriate sexual behaviour. It looks at historic and current cases and I hope is just as interesting and thought-provoking for you reade ...

    by Victoria Holden
    Sunday, 15 January 2017
  • Going Rogue

    Going Rogue

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    by DentistGoneBadd
    Sunday, 08 January 2017
  • 2017 - A Dental Wishlist

    Dental Wishlist for 2017 by @DentistGoneBadd

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    by DentistGoneBadd
    Monday, 02 January 2017
  • Time to question the Holy Cow

    Discussions on GDPUK forum often stimulate my thinking and my thoughts in this blog are for the nation to consider in 2017. This blog uses dentistry for some of its examples, but is about the future of the NHS, and asks if the marketplace could help development of a different type of health care sys ...

    by Tony Jacobs
    Saturday, 31 December 2016
  • The case of the missing F mug, how it has devastated JFH Law, and how you can prevent it happening to your practice

    At the start of 2017, we thought we would take a look back at one of the major events of the past year, and the dramatic effect it has had on both us and …the World.When the team at the JFH Law’s offices were asked for their views on what this should be, everyone was in agreement that ‘Mug Gate’ was ...

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    by Laura Pearce
    Thursday, 22 December 2016
  • All I want for Christmas.

    All I Want...

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    by DentistGoneBadd
    Monday, 19 December 2016
  • Rearranging the Deckchairs on the Titanic...

    Another New Year rolls towards us with still nothing particularly concrete planned regarding the new new new NHS Dental Contract. Ok, so there are prototypes running, but there doesn't seem to be any actual date that will see the beginning of a brave new world where all things NHS Dentistry will be ...

    by Simon Thackeray
    Tuesday, 13 December 2016
  • 'tis the Season....

    Tis the season to be jolly Fah la la la lah, la lah la lah Well after an autumn break to see how the land takes up the fertiliser of restful thought, we approach the Christmas break with a need for reflection.What has 2016 thrown at us?A reason to be cheerful? A season of Goodwill? A sense of ...

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    by Enamel Prism
    Tuesday, 13 December 2016
  • Weasel Words by @DentistGoneBadd

    Weasel words by @DentistGoneBadd

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    by DentistGoneBadd
    Monday, 12 December 2016
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