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Issue: Volume 13, No 2
Release Date: 15 Jun 2020

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In this issue:

  • Stay Safe Debbie McGovern
  • Move to spring Chris Forrest provides an update on plans for the next BADT Conference.
  • Twelve tips for self-management Dr Mark Jellicoe presents a scientific approach to learning.
  • Yoga and the dental professional Victoria Wilson explores a healthy hobby one can enjoy even during lockdown.
  • Covid-19 stopped the clock for dentistry! Mel Prebble considers the impact of the current pandemic.
  • Aerosols and dentistry – the science and its limitations Dominic O’Hooley suggests we must engage with the science as practice returns.
  • Verifiable CPD Paper A Clinical Case: Restoration of Toothwear Janita Patel, BDS(Lond), MSc(RDP), MA(MedEd) FHEA, FFGDP(RCS Eng)General Dental Practitioner, Northwood, Middlesex. (email: janitavpatel@gmail.com)