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Sir, your letter from J. Mew Occlusal confl ict (BDJ 2009; 206: 56) worried me greatly. The natural mandibular rest position in the majority of cases has the teeth apart, but lips together. Where there is either a short upper lip or signifi cant skeletal base discrepancy, then the natural rest position may have the lips apart, but the teeth remain apart… (More)
Ahead of her talk at the 2013 British Dental Conference &Exhibition, the British Dental Journal caught up with Gill Greenwood, to find out about the nitty-gritty of special care dentistry.
Women are disproportionately poorly represented in the rural Australian medical workforce and appropriate retention policies should recognise the factors contributing to a positive rural experience for female doctors. This study describes the professional, social and family experiences of 10 female general practitioners (GPs) working in rural South… (More)
We must be able to think 'outside the box' when taking radiographs for patients with challenging needs. The aim of this article and associated presentation at the 2013 British Dental Conference &Exhibition is to give an overview of methods to achieve radiographs for patients with special or additional care needs.
This qualitative study illuminates the health care and life experiences of women on isolated pastoral stations in remote Australia who look after babies and children. The women care for their families in singular isolation, caught in the culture of the bush. Adaptation to or retreat from such a life is a unique process for each woman.
This qualitative in-depth study investigates the work and life experiences of 18 female doctors and nurses in remote Australia. The study begins to unravel some of the events and relationships in the women's lives that keep them working and living in remote areas. The study also examines social and working conditions that cause the women to leave, and… (More)