FGDP (UK) and FDS move to establish joint college

April 2006
British Dental Journal;4/8/2006, Vol. 200 Issue 7, p365
Academic Journal
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The article reports that the Faculty of General Dental Practice and the Faculty of Dental Surgery have announced their intention to move towards the establishment of a joint college. The formation of the college is supported by the Faculties' parent body, the Royal College of Surgeons of England, under whose auspices the new organization will be created.


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