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Welsh chief nursing officer Professor Jean White is set to retire next year after a decade in the role, it has been announced. The Welsh Government said Professor White would spend her remaining few months as CNO continuing to lead the nursing response to the…
The orthodontic industry has always been highly competitive and probably more so now. Neil Hillyard looks at how to market effectively in COVID-19 times.
Neil Hillyard is a co-director of Hillyard MacDonald, a patient engagement and practice development company specialising in orthodontics.
He is the author of one of the UK’s most popular patient-focused orthodontic blogs. He was also one of the founding members of the British Orthodontic Society Patient Panel.
In the last few weeks, we have seen practices starting to slowly migrate towards ‘normal’ operations. What the new normal looks like is still a work in progress. The priority is to implement new operating procedures and get used to delivering a service with enhanced PPE.
It’s easy to overlook some of the important patient focussed tasks you still need to undertake. One of these tasks is marketing. In this article, we will look at what may have changed … Read the restRead More
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Home secretary Priti Patel has announced that the free visa extension scheme for overseas nurses in the UK will continue for another six months, in recognition of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. It comes after unions including the Royal College of Nursing and the British Medical…
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Bhavin Patel tells us about his enjoyment of TV, from following Manchester United to cooking programmes, and how he’s converted to electric cars.
Hi my name is Bhavin and I’m a general dental practitioner. I work in both NHS and private dental practices piloting the new contract and own my own practice in London’s west end.
More recently I have also taken on a clinical contact tracing role for Test and Trace.
I’m from quite a sad family. Both my sisters are dentists. A brother in law is a dentist. I’m also married to a dentist.
I have a young family with a three-year-old boy and a one-year-old girl. They take up most of my spare time.
Any time I do get to myself I like watching football and enjoy (most of the … Read the restRead More
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