Journals

In the autumn '22 DDU journal: what to do when things go wrong.

Silhouette of figure hanging from tightrope
DDU journal, summer 2022

31 May 2022

DDU journal, summer '22 - dental professionals have a duty of care for their own health and wellbeing, just as they do for patients.

Traffic sign signalling delays
DDU journal, spring 2022

18 January 2022

Making sure patients know what to expect can be hugely important in achieving a satisfactory outcome for everyone.

Illustration of hands holding mobile devices
DDU journal, autumn 2021

26 October 2021

In this issue of the DDU journal: test your knowledge of your social media responsibilities and earn CPD

Two cartoon heads on blue background with one head on fire and little figures on the other head extinguishing the fire
DDU journal, summer 2021

13 October 2021

Patient management skills have been under increased pressure during the last year, so here's our refresher on managing difficult patient interactions.

Illustration of figure looking at horizon, blue filter
DDU journal, spring 2021

27 January 2021

Four DDU members from different backgrounds reflect on how 2020 changed the way they work.

Woman walking along winding road
DDU journal, autumn 2020

3 September 2020

DDU member Ann Varghese reflects on her experience as a student and how it feels to begin her career at such an uncertain moment for the profession.

Person on beach looking out at stormy sea
DDU journal, spring 2020

7 August 2020

One DDU member talks us through the shock and stress of receiving their first complaint, as well as how we were able to support them through it.

Signing a contract
DDU journal autumn 2019

9 December 2019

Associate contracts can vary hugely in their quality and content, so it's important for all parties to understand the principles involved.

Close up of broken china on floor
DDU journal summer 2019

17 July 2019

With so much at stake for everyone involved, it's important for dental professionals to understand their individual responsibilities in the wake of an adverse incident.