IF working under the NHS means your morale is now notably low...

Posted by Denplan on 03/07/2017
NHS IF home pane;

…how will staying in the system give you a professional high?


Key findings from the Dental Working Hours 2014/15 and 2015/16 Motivation Analysis report (Published 8 December 2016) show that the more time dentists spend on NHS/Health Service work, the lower their levels of motivation with half of all survey respondents saying they often think about leaving the profession.

These findings are backed by a survey carried out by Simplyhealth Professionals in February 2017* in which 83% of respondents said there was a direct correlation between morale and working hours.  The survey also highlighted the low morale working as an NHS dentist** and almost two thirds would like to reduce their NHS commitment to some extent.

We’ve been supporting and protecting dentist for over 30 years and now that Denplan and Simplyhealth have joined forces, we’re in a stronger position than ever to help you test the waters of private dentistry or make the move to independence.

As the UK’s leading dental plan provider, we’re the first choice to support practices wanting to move away from the NHS.  We’ll be with you every step of the way and can advise you how best to talk to your patients about the benefits and affordability of private dentistry. Plus, we can give you unparalleled support to help grow your business and put you back in control.

Don’t let morale hold you back, if you are an NHS dentist and you would like to find out more, visit our 'if' pages. Let us help keep you in front.

*341 respondents

**61% of dentists


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