Implementing a CRS policy

CSR – how doing good for others is also good for business

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Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) can have many benefits for dental practices such as increasing staff teamwork, engaging with the local community and building the business’ reputation. However, not many people know how to, firstly, set about putting a CSR policy in place, and, secondly, how to ensure it is effective.


The power of community to relieve dental pain

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Bridge2Aid works in Tanzania – a country with a population of 56 million people and just 495 dental professionals, that’s just one to every 113,000 people. The UK ratio is one dentist to every 2,000 people. Statistics can sometimes be hard to grasp but these tell a straightforward story, one of very poor communities for whom the idea of being …

Putting CSR at the heart of your business

How to put corporate social responsibly at the heart of your business

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Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is a broad term used to describe a company’s efforts to improve society in some way. In this episode of Bodcast, host Zoe Close catches up with Bridge2Aid’s Ian Wilson to provide listeners with a greater understanding of the benefits of putting CSR at the heart of your business, as well as tips on how you …

Phew – What A Show That Was!

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This week, guest blogger Sarah Whittall, Events and Marketing Coordinator at Practice Plan, joins us for a catch-up on the goings-on at The Dentistry Show. Well I wasn’t joking when I said in my pre-show blog that it would be a busy couple of days! My feet are in bits!

The Challenge, The Fundraising, And Why It’s Worth It – My Bridge2Aid Dental Volunteering Programme journey! By Carrie Hancox

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I’m currently working as a Regional Support Manager for Practice Plan, but my career in dentistry started out as a dental nurse many moons ago! Louise (a friend and trained Dental Therapist) and I worked together as nurses and last year decided to give a little back by taking part in the Dental Volunteer Programme. We wanted to use the …