BDA Northern Ireland has welcomed news that the five Health and Social Care Trusts consultations on savings plans for 2017/18 are now on hold
The BDA has challenged the GDC to explain its failure to reduce registration fees levels for 2018
A dental student from Sheffield University has appeared in court accused of preparing terrorist acts and possessing terrorist documents.
The British Dental Association (BDA) has expressed disappointment following the government's failure to deliver pledged reforms on patient protection.
The 1983 Mental Health Act would be replaced with new laws tackling "unnecessary detention" under Tory plans for England and Wales.
A Scots nurse who survived Ebola has been cleared of misconduct charges by the Nursing and Midwifery Council.
Hospitals are facing record levels of delays in discharging patients, figures from NHS England show.
Health organisations have called for the possession and personal use of all illegal drugs to be decriminalised in the UK.
NHS fear a drop in standards over staff happiness.
More than a quarter of UK Children suffering from severe to mild mental health problems were turned away from clinics in 2015, reports say.
New data show that adults in England are still exceeding recommended salt levels by almost a third.
96% of community dentists in NI have voted in favour of a new contract that will give them a 4.4% pay increase and a new £750 training fund.
The Department of Health NI has agreed a new contract that would see an increase in educational funding of 4.4% for community dental services.