Delighted that my paper, co-authored by Chris Vernazza, has been published in International Journal of Paediatric Dentistry. Excited that my two pre-fellowship studies have now both been published, helping us to better understand how cFPM should be managed in children!!
Almost about to start my NIHR DRF. It has been a long journey but very much excited to begin!!
New press release in the April version of the BDJ, based on my study in IJPD “Management of compromised first permanent molars in children: Cross‐Sectional analysis of attitudes of UK general dental practitioners and specialists in paediatric dentistry” suggesting that clarity is needed on how to treat compromised first permanent molars.
Addressing this clinical issue is a priority for patients, for the profession, for the NHS and for general society as at present “…Current pathways for cFPM, amongst UK general dental practitioners and specialists in paediatric dentistry, vary greatly between and within each professional group.”
What a lovely opportunity to provide an interview for the NIHR INVOLVE bulletin – highlighting the benefit of working with a young person’s panel, YPAGne, who helped shape my research question.
Without their support I could not have truly worked out the impact cFPM have on children. Thanks!
“How does priority setting for resource allocation happen in commissioning dental services in a nationally-led, regionally-delivered system? A qualitative study using semi-structured interviews with NHS England dental commissioners”
Delighted to have contributed to the qualitative analysis of this paper!
New paper out today on: Medical Emergency Department attendance of under‐16‐year‐olds with dental problems, authored by Nicola Parten and supervised by myself, Miss Charlotte Currie, Professor Justin Durham and Dr Chris Vernazza.
New paper out today. Published in International Journal of Paediatric Dentistry. First UK study to look at how comprised first permanent molars are managed betweeen two professional groups: genreal dental practitioners’ and specialists in paediatric Dentistry.
Collaborative review: En masse versus two-step retraction of the anterior segment in Evidence Based Dentistry journal (10.1038/sj.ebd.6401343)
Pleased to have supported two of my junior colleagues in publishing their first peer-reviewed publication in Evidence Based Dentistry
Dave, M & Taylor, GD. Global prevalence of molar incisor hypomineralisation. Evidence-Based Dentistry, Vol 19, p78-79 (2018)
Jones, G & Taylor, GD. Glass ionomer or composite resin for primary molars. Evidence-Based Dentistry, Vol 19, p86-87 (2018)