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Dentists set up rural network.

RURAL dentists are to brush up their training on traumatic injuries in Mid Wales next week.

The conference is part of a series of meetings organised by the Welsh Rural Postgraduate Unit, a partnership initiative between the Institute of Rural Health (IRH) and the University of Wales College of Medicine, to tackle feelings of professional isolation and lack of accessible postgraduate training for dentists in rural areas. The speaker on November 12 at Plas Gregynog,near Newtown, will be Mr Derin J. Oloyede, consultant maxillofacial surgeon at the Royal Shrewsbury Hospital.
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Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:Nov 6, 2003
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