Dental schools are regularly asked for Occupational Health assessments for recent graduates and for certification around safeguarding. The responses to these queries are uniform, so dental school staff can use these templates to ease the process of responding.
This is the 15th data update to be published by the Dental Schools Council since 2000. 18 dental schools returned data on clinical academic grade, specialty, percentage full-time, source of funding, age, gender and ethnicity for each individual in post on 31 July 2016.
The Dental Schools Council has agreed to establish a broad set of principles to guide cooperation between schools and their associated dental hospital Trusts, (or equivalent clinical provider) should they face a major catastrophic event.
Dental Schools Council policy on Reasonable Adjustments applying to undergraduate dental programmes in the United Kingdom.
Given the contradictory guidance in HTM 07-01 as set out in this policy document, the Dental Schools Council proposes that Section 4.83 of the Memorandum be adopted for dental school environments, i.e. that all clinical waste potentially contaminated with saliva should be treated as infectious waste and therefore should be placed in orange bags for disposal.
Since 2000, the Dental Schools Council has undertaken a regular (annual since 2003) survey of clinical academic staffing levels in UK dental schools. This is the 14th survey of clinical academic staffing levels to be published by the Dental Schools Council, containing data on staffing levels as at July 2015.
Since 2000, the Dental Schools Council has undertaken a regular (annual since 2003) survey of clinical academic staffing levels in UK dental schools. This is the 13th survey of clinical academic staffing levels to be published by the Dental Schools Council, containing data on staffing levels as at July 2014.
The Medical Schools Council, the Dental Schools Council, Public Health England, Health Protection Scotland, the Association of UK University Hospitals, and Higher Education Occupational Practitioners have published revised guidance relating to health clearance for Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, HIV and Tuberculosis. This guidance is intended for use by medical and dental schools, medical and dental students, occupational health services and health provider organisations.