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Latest updates from the GDC - January 2022

Latest updates from the GDC - January 2022

06.01.2022

Please read the latest updates from the GDC for January 2022.

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Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)

Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)

01.01.2022

The BSP wish to congratulate former President and current Scientific Advisor, Professor Iain Chapple, who is recognised in the 2022 New Year’s Honours list.

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Additional stakeholder update for December

Additional stakeholder update for December

22.12.2021

The GDC have issued a further update for December.

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Dental contractual requirements for 2022

Dental contractual requirements for 2022

22.12.2021

NHS England has published contractual requirements for dental contractors for next year and the "Key steps in 2022 to deliver for patients in NHS dentistry" document.

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BSP President 2022 - Dr Rajan Nansi

BSP President 2022 - Dr Rajan Nansi

22.12.2021

Congratulations to Dr Rajan Nansi, who has accepted the Presidential role for 2022.

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BSP Office 2021

BSP Office 2021

21.12.2021

Please note that the BSP office will close for the festive period from Thursday 23rd December until Tuesday 4th January 2022.

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A note from our President…

A note from our President…

21.12.2021

We have held our last Council meeting of 2021 and I have handed over our Presidential Chain (via secure courier, as we had to hold our last meeting online) to Dr Rajan Nansi.

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Thank you to our 2021 Partner Sponsors

Thank you to our 2021 Partner Sponsors

21.12.2021

As a charity, we rely on funding from organisations to enable us to succeed in our aim to advance all aspects of periodontology and dental implantology and promote the importance of gum health.

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Updated UK Health Security Agency Guidance

Updated UK Health Security Agency Guidance

17.12.2021

OCDO, England, have shared an updated UK Health Security Agency Guidance on NHS staff, student and volunteer self-isolation and return to work following COVID-19 contact.

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