Rubik's NHS

Rubik’s NHS Blog No. 1

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Whether you have memories from those early days or are one of the newer converts, anyone who has tried to tackle a Rubik’s Cube knows how frustrating it can be. Careful concentration can result in getting a handful of pieces in the right place before you then see all your hard work unravel as you try to sort out the next section. It’s no wonder it’s become a helpful analogy to use to illustrate the complexity of problems in many varied fields.

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Is a move from NHS to private dentistry more viable than you think?

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Making a move away from the NHS to a fully private practice is a proposition that many NHS contract holders find very attractive and yet, most choose to continue to accept the pressures they feel come with the delivery of an NHS contract because they consider the risks of making the move away to be too great.

However, the reality of this can often be different to perception and, for many practices, the risks are actually a lot smaller than first imagined.Read More

Reasons to go private

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Most dentists considering a move from the NHS to private dentistry do so because their current situation has become unworkable, so they are looking to move away from the financial and time pressures they face every day. It stands to reason then that they focus on this ‘moving away from a stressful situation’ rather than visualising and focusing on what they are moving towards.

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Workshop Tour 2015

Danielle Quigley, Events and Marketing Manager, Introduces This Year’s Practice Plan Workshop Tour

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Every year, the challenge of finding the perfect host for our Workshop Tour gets harder.

Having had some of the best speakers in the industry headline our tours in the past, the bar gets raised every year and as we look ahead to the next tour, you can be left with the feeling of ‘how on earth can we top that?’.

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