Members of the Association of Dental Groups strive to raise standards and deliver high quality, consistent dental care by investing in their patients and their people.
Dentistry can be a demanding, unforgiving profession. Firstly, it takes many years of higher education to achieve your basic qualifications to practice. Then it takes even more years of experience and continuing professional development courses to become in any way proficient.
Corwin Hine, Rosie Pritchett, Luke Fisher-Brown, and Mark Franks recently received the Undergraduate Management Bursary Gold Award from the Association of Dental Groups (ADG) for their project ‘Oral health education for the homeless community of East London’. Here they discuss their project and the motivation behind its conception.
It is a requirement of the GDC for all dental professionals in the UK to have adequate indemnity provision in place, or they may face removal from the register.