University of Portsmouth/King's College - Toothsome training

September 18, 2008

A £9 million dental outreach centre, which will train 80 dental students a year, will open in 2010. The centre is a partnership between the University of Portsmouth and King's College London's Dental Institute. Barry Cockcroft, the Chief Dental Officer for England, said: "This project is fostering co-operation between two universities with different resources and priorities. King's College has an international reputation for teaching and research in the dental sciences, while the University of Portsmouth is developing training programmes for dental-care professionals in an area where many people have unmet needs for dental treatment."

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