Conference successful showcase of dental research
The British Society for Oral and Dental Research, hosted by the University of Plymouth in early September, has been deemed a success and an excellent showcase of the latest in dental research.
Dental sessions helping to ‘turn lives around’
Students from Plymouth University Peninsula Dental School delivered a workshop at the TYLA (Turn Your Life Around) project at the Phoenix Centre in Honicknowle, Plymouth.
Helping refugees understand the importance of oral health
Coinciding with World Oral Health Day (20 March), students from the Plymouth University Peninsula School of Dentistry have delivered ‘Dental Champion’ training to volunteers at the British Red Cross in Plymouth.
Sneezes can travel nearly three metres - students underline NHS message of using tissue to help contain flu
Dental students ran a session at City College Plymouth for young adults with mild learning difficulties to talk about good hygiene and oral health
Professor Liz Kay MBE announced as Oral Health Foundation President
Professor Liz Kay MBE, from the Peninsula School of Dentistry, has started a two-year terms as President of the Oral Health Foundation
'How an MSc reignited my passion for dentistry'
Andy Harris, who won the MSc Restorative Dentistry prize at PUPSMD annual prize night, explains why the award was so personally important
Dental academic's teaching experience recognised with European teaching prize
Dr Kamran Ali received the Excellence in Dental Education: Mature Educator Award from the Association for Dental Education in Europe
Dental academic wins European poster prize
Jane Collingwood, Honorary Clinical Fellow in Primary Dental Care, won the award for best poster in the Technology-Enhanced Learning section at the Association for Dental Education in Europe (ADEE) annual conference in Vilnius, Lithuania.