The BDA is pleased to see a common-sense solution to the issue of dental nurses in the face of the shortage of Hep B vaccinations.
The dental regulator Professional Conduct Committee (PCC) removes dentist from register for putting patients at risk from cross infection failings
Antibiotics prescribed by dentists may contribute to the growing problem of a serious and potentially deadly infection that causes severe diarrhoea
The British Dental Association has responded to feedback from members impacted by the global shortage of Hepatitis B Vaccine.
The evidence for viral transmission is based on the results of seroprevalence studies, epidemiologic investigations and case reports.
A Scots nurse who survived Ebola has been cleared of misconduct charges by the Nursing and Midwifery Council.
Sepsis is not being treat seriously enough, says health watchdog
The drugs that might reduce the death toll in west Africa
Brushing your teeth might just save your life
The risks behind Cannabis may be greater than imagined
The British Dental Association (BDA) has called for dentists to do their bit in the battle against antimicrobial resistance.
Researchers have suggested that it may be possible to harness a mechanism within the immune system to create a universal flu virus
That is the finding of a recent case study presented at the Conference of the Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology
According to a new report, more and more people are taking illicit drugs, such as marijuana, cocaine and methamphetamine, in work
Fears are growing that the unregistered Muhammet Velipasaoglu may have infected hundreds after practising for over 10 years