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Dental record Volume 10; a monthly journal of dental science art and literature (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 12 feb 2012

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1890 Excerpt: ... GOSSIP. Mr. Morton Smale, writing to the British Medical Journal, says:--" It is felt by many that the time has arrived when the dental profession should be represented on the General Medical Council, and I venture to lay before your readers the reasons upon which this conclusion has been arrived at, with the view of raising a discussion on the question. I trust that what follows will not be taken as a reflection on the General Medical Council, for, as a profession, we are much indebted to that body for the way they have aided us in the past. It may not be generally known that the Dentists' Act is administered, and a register of dental practitioners and students kept by the General Medical Council; that the Council consists of about thirty members, but that the dental profession has no representative. When, from time to time, matters of dental interest arise there is no one on the Council with special knowledge who could be considered an authority upon such matters, and a judicial body of such high authority can hardly be expected to seek outside opinion. If it be admitted that such an alteration in the constitution of the Council is desirable, there are two ways in which it may be effected, (i.) The Privy Council, as soon as a vacancy occurs amongst the Crown nominees, can nominate a dentist to fill such vacancy. (2.) At the next period of election, the medical profession might select a dentist as one of the direct representatives. It is hardly an excessive demand that in the Council there should be an individual who, because he is a member of the dental profession, would be likely to have a more intimate knowledge of matters relating to the administration of the Dentists' Act, and be able to advise on the important matter of dental education. Such a cand...

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