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The FDJ, produced by the Faculty of Dental Surgery, is an independent dental journal that provides expert opinion on contemporary issues and controversies relevant to the whole dental community.

Latest issue

FDJ October issue

April 2023

Featured article

Does the early bird catch the worm? Tick box culture and precocious teaching qualifications for aspiring specialty trainees

Christopher Donnell explores the emerging tick-box culture surrounding specialty recruitment applications and the issues accompanying precocious portfolio point-seeking, with a particular focus on recognised postgraduate teaching courses.

Editor-in-Chief: Professor StJohn Crean 

Section Editors: Professor Fraser McDonald, Miss Fatima Bulbulia, Professor Jenny Gallagher, Professor Helen Rodd and Dr Rachel Leeson.

ISSN: 2042-6852

Frequency: Published quarterly in January, April, July and October.

Readership: Dental surgeons, dental specialists, dentists in training, general dental practitioners, dental care professionals and undergraduate dental trainees.

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