We have just three places to fill on Council and four candidates who have put their names forward for consideration. That means we need to vote for the three we'd like to see representing BES members. The nominations are listed on the pdf link below - click to expand/download. We will advise you of how you can vote very shortly. Election information
The Society's AGM will take place on Thursday 20th May at 7 pm. There are three vacancies for Ordinary Council Members this year, commencing on 20th May for three years. If you are interested in taking a more active role in the Society's activities, why not consider standing for election? Closing date is midnight on Friday 23rd April and you need to be Proposed and Seconded by a BES member. Further details can be found here Election Form 2021
After 23 years as Editor of the International Endodontic Journal, Professor Paul Dummer has announced that he will retire from the role at the end of 2021. The Society wishes to offer its heartfelt appreciation of the tremendous role Paul has played in bringing the IEJ to its latest position with the Impact Factor of the IEJ in 2019 being a record high of 3.801. The Journal was also ranked 6th out of the 91 included in the Dentistry, Oral Surgery and Medicine category, its highest ever place and once again is the top-ranked journal in the field of Endodontology! As a consequence of his retirement the BES and Wiley Publishers are looking for a new Editor-in –Chief to take over in the autumn of 2021. Full details of the post are to be found
For those who are keen to pursue their interest in endodontics, the BES has produced a guide to the possible pathways that can be followed to develop your career. Obviously this is for guidance only as changes take place on a regular basis as to what is suitable or available and you are therefore strongly advised to seek direct advice before following a certain pathway. Early Career Guide - Career Pathways
Dear Colleagues, It’s been a difficult and life-changing twelve months since the first lockdown in 2020 and has affected most of us both personally and professionally. The PM Boris Johnson two weeks ago announced the government’s plan to re-open schools, public and private services, and for the UK to return to some form of normality from 21st of June 2021. This inevitably means that the Council has unfortunately had to decide to cancel once again the Spring Scientific meeting (SSM) that had been re-arranged for 12 June 2021, in order to minimise the UK’s risk of spreading the virus during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and to protect the health and wellbeing of our membership. It is very difficult for us to predict between now and June, with certainty, if Boris’s plan will remain on track.