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Personal Health 

The UK’s back care charity.
http://www.backcare.org.uk/

A study that looked at the causes of premature retirement in dentists due to depression, anxiety and stress found that nearly half of all respondents felt it was directly related to pressures from work. BDJ Sept. 2010.

www.nature.com/bdj/journal/v209/n5/full/sj.bdj.2010.814.html


 

Regulation 

MDG www.wearemdg.com 0845 056 0538


Charity support 

We support the BDHF’s annual Mouth Cancer Action Month every November, as it is important that dentists are reminded of their own risks as well as having the tools to support their patents.
http://www.mouthcancer.org/

The BDA Benevolent Fund charity helps all UK registered dentists, by offering both emotional and financial support to help them and their families at a time of need. We support the work of the Fund and promote it to our members. http://bdabenevolentfund.org.uk/

The charity for mental ill health http://www.mentalhealth.org.uk/


Practice management 

Mouth and oropharyngeal cancer; Cancer Research

UK summarise information on symptoms and causes, tests to diagnose mouth cancer, treatments (including surgery, radiotherapy, chemotherapy and biological therapy) as well as current research.
http://www.cancerresearchuk.org/cancer-help/type/mouth-cancer/

Advice for managers and employers for managing staff sickness absence.

http://www.hse.gov.uk/sicknessabsence/

Public Health England’s dose comparisons for ionising radiation.

http://www.hpa.org.uk/Topics/Radiation/UnderstandingRadiation/UnderstandingRadiationTopics/DoseComparisonsForIonisingRadiation/

Did you know?

Minor illnesses were the most common reason given for sickness absence in the UK in 2013, but most days were lost due to back, neck and muscle pain.

Office for National statistics; sickness absence in the labour market 2014.

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