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BDIA/BDEWF New Communicator Awards for 2020

15 October 2020

There were 14 entries for this year's New Communicator Awards for graduates.

 

The winner of the first prize of £500 was Shir Lynn Tan for her article History of Rubber Dam which was published in Dental Historian.

 

The second prize of £250 was awarded to Anthony Weke for his article Smoking Cessation: An update on the impact of COVID-19 which was published in Dental Health

 

There were 9 entries for the new prize for undergraduate communicators. The prize of £300 was awarded to Ji-Yun Stephanie Yeung for her article Do as I say, not do as I do: Should dental students follow their own advice?

 

Because of the postponement of the annual dinner a virtual presentation of these awards will take place during a Zoom teleconference which will start at 6.30 p.m. on Wednesday, 4 November 2020.

 

Will anyone who wishes to take part in this Zoom teleconference please email Nikki Patel (nikki43@gmail.com) with a copy to Ken Eaton(kenneth.a.eaton@btinternet.com) who will arrange for them to receive an invitation to join the Zoom teleconference.

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