You've been redirected to Dental Protection from The Young Dentist website. We recently merged The Young Dentist with its parent site www.dentalprotection.org. You'll find all the same information here, but also benefit from further help and advice provided by the wider Dental Protection site.
The site's search features will allow you to find information specific to your field and requirements, covering everything from Publications and Case Studies, to Conferences, e-Learning and membership information. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us on [CONTACT EMAIL].
The MPS Press Office operates around the clock to assist our members and respond to media enquiries on a range of medicolegal and ethical issues.
We also issue press releases, commentary and analysis for the media in response to emerging issues, policy and regulatory announcements reports and reviews.
Through our campaigns, we lead the debate and raise awareness of the key medicolegal issues affecting our members.
Dental Protection plays an active role in shaping government reform and regulation by responding to consultations that affect our members and the wider sector. We also run long term campaigns that we believe improve the healthcare environment and positively impact patient safety.
Our professional development courses are available when and where it suits you. From short online courses to face to-face-workshops, discover a range of CPD courses included in your membership.
You'll notice a few things have changed on our website. After asking our members what they want in an online platform, we've made it easier to access our membership benefits and created a more personalised user experience.
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Should you need to contact us, our phone numbers are always visible.
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Narrow your search based on theme, field, format, article, type or location.
Based on the pages you visit, we'll also provide useful links under the 'More' tab.
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