FGDP(UK)’s Ian Mills and Onkar Dhanoya on equality racial prejudice (S01 E02)News podcast
Posted by: The Probe 24th August 2020
Ian Mills and Onkar Dhanoya from the Faculty of General Dental Practice – better known as FGDP(UK) – join The Probe Dental Podcast to discuss the issues of equality and racial discrimination within the dental profession, which have come to forefront of general conversation thanks to the Black Lives Matter movement.
Ian Mills is the current Dean of FGDP(UK), while Onkar serves as one of the Vice Deans. They discuss their own experiences and where there’s severe inequality within the dental industry, as well as how they both continue to learn. For more information, you can watch a webinar that Ian and Onkar both took part in in conjunction with CGDent, titled Why Colour is the Elephant in the Room, which you can view here: https://www.prodentalcpd.com/module1316/-black-lives-matter—experiences-from-the-dental-profession-
For details on FGDP(UK), visit https://www.fgdp.org.uk/
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