Ellen Davison, Manager of Dental Nursing and Technology at Leeds Dental Institute, shares her experience working as a course provider for NEBDN whilst navigating through a global pandemic. Ellen shares information on how Leeds Dental Institute run their courses and how they operate a successful business.
When looking to fill a vacancy in your dental team you might consider using a specialised recruitment agency. Getting the right person is an art and a science – deciding what you want from the role, attracting the right candidates and assessing who will fit in best
It is common knowledge within dental communities that Rodericks is different than any other dental corporate and what sets Rodericks apart from everyone else is that we are ‘Clinically Led’ and everything that we do is driven by this ethos which supports our vision, mission and values ensuring that we focus on support, development, quality and outstanding performance.
Across the dental industry, the last year has been a time of significant change for our customers, people, and operations. As a business we have managed to adapt to this change quickly whilst ensuring that the safety and wellbeing of our patients and staff remains a top priority.
Aotearoa New Zealand has always enjoyed a reputation for ‘liveability’ due to our beautiful natural scenery and relaxed, welcoming culture. During a global pandemic, our remote location creates a safehaven where residents can still enjoy a relatively unimpeded lifestyle.
One of the fundamentals of any successful dental practice is to have good legal cover in place for all manner of situations that can occur, keeping the practice functioning smoothly and protecting dental staff and their patients.
As the embers of COVID-19 burn away, some of dentistry’s focus has switched from tales of what it was like working in an urgent treatment centre and being re-deployed to the frontline to the here and now. What can we do to fix the situation?
In February – what feels like a lifetime ago – discussions were ongoing over how the dental workforce would look once the Brexit transition period was complete, with some anecdotal evidence suggesting testing times lay ahead.