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    Stephen Goss

    So we can all get to know each other better please feel free to introduce yourself below!

    Stephen Goss

    I’m Stephen, I’m currently the Deputy Superintendent in Dental Radiology at GSTT.

    I qualified as a Radiographer in 2009 and started in Dentals in 2010 at KCH. When I was training I took a big interest in both Ultrasound and Dentals, so when the opportunity to take on a post in Dentals came up I snapped it up! Since then I’ve jumped over to GSTT and joined the BSDMFR. I was on council for 3 years and ran three of the BSDMFR Autumn study days (with a fair amount of assistance from a number of members I’m very grateful too).

    Now I’m currently on council as the website manager as I felt it was a very exciting opportunity to modernise and continue to improve our society. I’m hoping that we can grow our online presence and use this as a platform to be able to communicate more effectively within our community!


    Dear All,

    I am Beatrice and I work at Guy’s Hospital as a Senior Dental Radiographer. I have been working in Dental for nearly two years now. I joined the British Society for Dental & Maxillofacial Radiology in 2016 and I am currently on the council as Scientific Meeting Organiser.



    I am Fiona Ball, I am the Superintendent Radiographer at GSTT and I work with Beatrice and Stephen. I was a student at the Middlesex hospital in 1979 and qualified as a radiographer in December 1981. I have specialised in Maxillofacial and Dental Radiography for most of my career. I have worked in The Royal Dental Hospital, Leicester Square, King George’s Hospital, Ilford (General), Eastman Dental Hospital and Guys.

    I believe it is very important for all radiographers who specialise in Dental to take up membership of the BSDMFR and to attend the study days as this provides us with opportunities to undertake relevant CPD, by attending or delivering lectures and presenting posters. Membership gives us an opportunity to meet and exchange ideas with our peers in the speciality and to find out about new equipment as well as to ensure that we are keeping abreast with developments and changes in our field of practice.

    I look forward to meeting you.

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