Enthusiasm is a ‘big catch’ when it comes to landing that next big job and you should cast your net wide.
The demand for dental care in secure settings is rising in conjunction with a steady rise in the overall prison population. Patients often have a history of drug-taking and alcohol abuse, underlying poor nutrition and heavy smoking. Maintaining good oral health is, therefore, a challenge
A certificate in endodontic nursing has been needed for a long time. Not only for increasing knowledge and chairside skills in endodontic nursing but also for recognition of nurses who assist endodontists or general dentists with a special interest in endodontics
As dental nurses take on more infection control responsibilities within a dental practice, it is important that they are adequately trained and qualified. Dawn Cluley, Dental Manager/Lecturer/Consultant at Lozells Dental Practice, Birmingham, discusses a new qualification for dental nurses
This series of articles is designed to help you develop your dental nursing practice. This article, the fourth in the series, examines the importance of reading up-to-date journals, publishing your own work and attending conferences
This series of articles is designed to help you, the dental nurse, think seriously about writing for professional publication. It explores motivation, creating interest, structure and different styles of articles. At the end of the series you should feel confident to start writing your first article