The History and Impact of Development In Dental Biomaterials Over the Last 60 Years – The John Mclean Archive a Living History of Dentistry Witness Seminar 4, Nairn Wilson, Stanley Gelbier
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Nairn Wilson,Stanley Gelbier

The History and Impact of Development In Dental Biomaterials Over the Last 60 Years – The John Mclean Archive a Living History of Dentistry Witness Seminar 4

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This is the transcript of a witness seminar held at the British Dental Association in June 2012. It records the changes and impact on the practice of Dentistry made by the changes and development in biomaterial upon the practice of Dentistry within the United Kingdom from the start of the National Health Service to the present time. The discussion included a wide range of major participants in the politics, management and practice of Dentistry during this time.
It is one of a series of seminars held as part of the John McLean History of Dentistry Archive organised between the British Dental Association and the History of Dentistry Unit at King’s College London to study the profession, especially since the time of the establishment of the National Health Service in 1948.
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John Hubbard: I have to say that one of the most enjoyable experiences of working with John (McLean) was the fun side of things. He was a fun guy, but he was a taskmaster. He was tough to work with, but I needed it as a young guy. He used to ‘kick my butt’ and get me going. I always felt inspired when I spoke with John about a scientific or a technical subject. I can remember on one occasion sitting in the Chateau Lemoyne Hotel on Rue Dauphine in New Orleans, drinking my very first Budweiser. John was drinking his magnificent martinis. He drunk me under the table, boring me stiff about dental materials, which was not really my thing at that time. But his conversation was always most inspiring

McLean fun guy

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