Budget offers welcome relief amid COVID-19

On 11 March, Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced a raft of measures designed to help businesses and individuals amid the coronavirus outbreak. Media headlines have focused on the £5 billion coronavirus response fund to bolster the NHS and other public services. An additional £7 billion in support for employers and employees will help mitigate the impact… Read more…

Winner of English Women’s Award 2019

Dr. Anjulika Salhan has won the English Women’s Award for the second year in a row for her contributions to Finance and Accountancy. This glamorous event, celebrating female successes took place in Birmingham’s Holiday Inn Airport (NEC) Hotel on Thursday, November 21st 2019. The Awards honoured the talent and hard work of female professionals and… Read more…

Ministers urged to address funding reform

The British Dental Association (BDA) has warned about the impact that swingeing cuts have had on the industry. The latest research by the trade body highlights the financial pressures facing many practitioners and accuses ministers of not doing enough to reform the current system. According to the BDA data, the equivalent of £35 per head… Read more…

What does the upcoming GDPR mean for Dentists?

Dentists and dental practices are being warned to avoid using mobile devices such as smartphones, tablets and computers to capture and store data relating to their patients. The concerns, which come ahead of the introduction of upcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), have been voiced by the DDU, which warns that there are increasing “legal… Read more…