GDC assessing UK registration options for overseas dental care professionals

December 2007
Dental Nursing;Dec2007, Vol. 3 Issue 10, p562
Academic Journal
The article offers information on a new working group set up by General Dental Council of Great Britain to determine at how best to assess overseas dental care professionals' (DCPs') suitability for Great Britain registration. The Overseas DCPs Registration Working Group will examine dental professionals and orthodontic therapists who do not have a recognized European qualification and who wish to apply for Great Britain registration.


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