How much attention have you paid to the dental news this week? – 18 March 2023
Missed out on last week’s dental news? Here’s what happened over the past seven days…
What does the new budget mean for dentistry?
Chancellor Jeremy Hunt revealed his spring budget on Wednesday – but what does it all mean for dental professionals and their finances?
The key reveals in this latest package of financial measures include the lifetime allowance being abolished and the annual tax-free allowance for pensions rising by 50%.
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Dentist left suicidal following false ‘blue-on-blue’ complaint
An unfounded complaint from a colleague left a dentist in a ‘cold, dark and lonely place’ and forced her to step back from her role as NHS clinical adviser.
Next First Minister must take action on NHS dentistry, says BDA
The future of NHS dentistry in Scotland is in doubt, argues the BDA, who are calling for dentistry to be high on the agenda for the next First Minister.
Experiencing burnout as a mother and businesswoman
Mother-of-three Dr Zayba Sheikh talks about the importance of setting boundaries in order to protect your wellbeing.
High blood caffeine levels may reduce obesity, study shows
A new study has linked high blood caffeine levels with a reduced risk in health issues, including obesity and type 2 diabetes.
‘I felt shame that my body didn’t work how I wanted it to’ – my struggles to conceive and making peace with it
Nina Farmer opens up about her struggles to conceive and how she has learnt to make peace with the journey.
It’s a date: 2024 FMC events details revealed
FMC has announced the details of some of its biggest dental shows and awards for 2024 to help dental professionals plan their diaries.
You can sign up for next week’s webinar for free below.
- Self-employed versus employed: upcoming HMRC implications – Iain Stevenson, Sarah Buxton and Paul Tucker – Tuesday 21 March at 7pm.
Don’t forget, all of our previous webinars are available On Demand.
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