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People Seward, Margaret
Catalog Number RL528
Object Name Videodisc, Digital
Summary This DVD is volume 57 in a series called Outstanding Leaders in Dentistry, which explores leadership of people who have significantly contributed to dentistry. This is an interview with Margaret Seward, who talks about her life and career in dentistry. She is best known for pioneering many new frontiers in all aspects of dentistry, its workforce and its leadership. She spearheaded critical reviews of dental delivery systems, with NHS Dentistry; Options for Change as her most recent bold report. She served as President of numerous organizations, including the General Dental Council and British Dental Association. She has overseen the profession's knowledge base in her role as editor of the British Dental Journal and International Dental Journal. Recruited from retirement, Dame Margaret was appointed as the Chief Dental Officer at the Department of Health for England from October 2000 through September 2002. In recognition for her numerous contributions to dentistry, she was made Commander of the British Empire in 1994 and awarded Damehood in 1999, making her the first Dame in dentistry. The interview was conducted in 2002 and published on DVD in 2004.
Runtime- 53:56
Title A Conversation with Margaret Seward
Author International College of Dentists
Related Websites CLICK link below to view video:

International College of Dentists: Chronicles of Outstanding Leaders in Dentistry No 57, Dr. Margaret Seward -VIEW HERE

International College of Dentists; Leaders in Dentistry
Medical Subject Headings Biography [V01.175]
Biography [V02.170]
Biography [V02.530.150]
Dentistry [E06]  +
Dentistry [H02.163]
Dentists [N02.360.330]  +
History [K01.400]
Societies [N03.540.828]
Societies, Dental [N03.540.828.506]
Dentists, Women [N02.360.330.310]
Library of Congress Subject Headings Associations
People associated with health & safety
Published Date 2002
Physical Description A green DVD with yellow writing, the image is of the Earth and the ICD symbol