Dental Specialist Lists: Are They Necessary?
It is usual to hold debates with a live audience. However, they can be held via the written word. Indeed, Letters to the Editor and responses are in many ways a debate. Specialist lists were introduced by the General Dental Council in 1997 and have been discussed ever since. This discussion will doubtless continue for many years. Two longstanding Faculty members have strong views on the topic. They were therefore invited to conduct a written debate to mark the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the Faculty.
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Document Type: Miscellaneous
Publication date: July 1, 2012
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- Primary Dental Care is the research journal of the Faculty of General Dental Practice (UK), and the only peer-reviewed journal dedicated wholly to research in primary care dentistry. The aim of the journal is to promote academic and research aspects of primary dental care by publishing relevant peer-reviewed papers. In addition, reviews, reports of clinical cases, book reviews, opinions, summaries and abstracts of scientific meetings and news items are included.