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Colwyn Jones retired as Head of the Evidence for Action team/Consultant in Dental Public Health with NHS Health Scotland but continues to work part-time as an Honorary Senior Lecturer at the College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine, University of Edinburgh.
Ray Lowry, a qualified doctor and dentist, completed formal training in public health and became an NHS consultant in 1990. Until he retired in 2010 he was a senior lecturer in dental public health at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne and a Fellow of the Faculty of Public Health. He has published over 50 articles in the learned press. He was the training director for public health in the Northern Region and an examiner for the Faculty of Public Health.
Barry Cockcroft graduated from Birmingham Dental School in 1973 and spent most of his career working in general dental practice until he joined the Department of Health as Deputy Chief Dental Officer (DCDO) in 2002, he became CDO in 2005 and remained in post until he retired in 2015. Barry joined the BFS while he was CDO, having been an advocate for water fluoridation all his career. He became Chair of the society in 2020.
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