The June issue of Dentistry Scotland has gone to press and will be reaching readers next week.
Keep an eye out for it because you’ll notice some new features, a few tweaks to the design and a there’s a new editor in town.
Everything that’s been added is designed to keep the magazine fresh and in touch with its readers.
It’s now easier than ever to get in contact to leave your feedback, thoughts, ideas and opinions. The magazine has joined Facebook, so search for the Dentistry Scotland page and click the ‘Like’ button to find out the latest news from your profession.
Continuing on from this theme, the magazine includes a brand new social media spy feature. In coming issues, this will be where you’ll find out who is tweeting, what the bloggers are saying and what has been written on the Facebook wall.
Who knows, you might find yourself on these pages in future issues, so that’s a good excuse to get involved! Dentistry Award winner Attiq Rahman allows us a sneak peak into his world in another new feature, the perfect practice.
Find out what he feels has made his practice a success and gain tips for things you can implement in your own business.
Another award-winner, Philip Friel, offers an insight into why he joined the dental profession, what he’s up to now and what he wants to do in the future.
Keep your eye on this leading faces article in future issues where you’ll find inspiring people from your profession, maybe some you know or one day even yourself.
On the subject of awards, there’s some exciting news to share.
We’re launching our very own Dentistry Scotland Awards with a ceremony held at the prestigious Gleneagles hotel in Perthshire.
If you think you’ve got a practice, a team or an individual you think deserves to be recognised then enter today and let your profession know!
There are some more new features throughout the issue so keep an eye out for them and, of course, it still has your regular favourites, Robert Donald and Phil McCafferty, so turn now to see what’s been on their minds.
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