“On Oscar Wilde, football and dental businesses.” The current Ezine

Professional Reflections If I had been challenged to connect football and Oscar Wilde in an ezine I think I might have struggled but in writing notes for this piece they somehow fell together. Television is trying desperately to get me to watch the Football World Cup; sorry, but the harder you try folks the lessContinue reading ““On Oscar Wilde, football and dental businesses.” The current Ezine”

The Greatest Breakthrough Since Lunchtime #21 – Tooth-rebuilding treatment hailed

In the second book of the semi-autobiographical series describing the progress of an Edinburgh medical graduate, Colin Douglas describes his hero, David Campbell’s, involvement with medical research. The book’s title is “The Greatest Breakthrough Since Lunchtime“ and the cynic in me always remembers it when I read headlines like this one From The Press AssociationContinue reading “The Greatest Breakthrough Since Lunchtime #21 – Tooth-rebuilding treatment hailed”

GDC “extremely disappointed” at lack of Bill on professional regulation in Queen’s Speech

I said in a talk last week that no UK government gives a fig about dentistry – it is a nuisance at worst.There are no votes in it. I am referring to governments of all shades. Governments are more than ready to send young people into harms way with less than adequate equipment on dodgyContinue reading “GDC “extremely disappointed” at lack of Bill on professional regulation in Queen’s Speech”

10 Ways To Be Happier at Work from “PsyBlog”

Another in the occasional “Top 10 Tips” series, this comes from PsyBlog via M.B-S./Box of Crayons. One thing I see a lot of is “dysfunctional teams” in dental practices I hope that this Top 10 might help owners and managers who are facing challenges. Here’s the link to the original article. 10 Ways To BeContinue reading “10 Ways To Be Happier at Work from “PsyBlog””