The international virtual college for dental professionals
Meet your GDC requirements with Dentaljuce
For dentists, nurses, therapists, hygienists, students and managers
Enhanced verifiable CPD produced by the School of Dentistry at the University of Birmingham UK
Only £89.00 per year for access to all the juce
Puts the fun back into learning
Designed for busy dental professionals
CPD recorded to the second - ideal for between patients or at home
Meet your enhanced CPD requirements with Dentaljuce
Over 1000 pages of the highest quality university-produced e-learning
Members from 47 different countries
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Dentaljuce provides enhanced verifiable CPD for dental professionals all around the world at every stage of their career.
Dentaljuce offers a range of membership options…
With enhanced CPD Certificates. Dentaljuce is brought to you by the award winning Masters team from the School of Dentistry, University of Birmingham, UK. All have won awards for web based learning and teaching and are recognised as leaders and innovators in this field, as well as being highly experienced clinical teachers.
No Certificates. With universities cutting down on traditional lectures, many students are currently having to rely more on online resources. If you are a student, and you don't need CPD Certificates, we are offering an amazing discount on your Dentaljuce personal membership fee. Special student price just £29 for 12 months individual membership.
Personal Development Planning helps you to determine where you are now, where you aim to go and lets you identify the actions you need to take to get there.
PDPs are established tools used throughout education to plan, document, and record learning and development.
Your whole team can earn enhanced verifiable CPD with Dentaljuce, even if only one of you is a member, with in-house team training sessions that use Dentaljuce educational content to guide the meeting.
Dentaljuce provides all participants in team training sessions with enhanced vCPD Certificates conforming to the new UK General Dental Council rules introduced in 2018.