September 2017

Volume 34, Issue 3

BDEF Writers page

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ANNOUNCEMENT BDEF Workshop for New Authors and Peer Reviewers British Dental Association, 64 Wimpole Street. London, W1G 8YS Wednesday 25 October 2017 Programme Jointly chaired by Ken Eaton and Stephen Hancocks The day will constitute 5 hours of verifiable Continuing Professional Development for which certificates will be available. To apply to attend the day please contact Stephen Hancocks (stephen.hancocks@bda.org)

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