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Publications:  Dr Richard Hurst

Hurst R (2019). General Dental Practitioners’ knowledge encounters: how do dentists build their knowledge-in-practice?.
HURST RD(2019). Practice, complexity and evidence-based practice. British Dental Journal vol. 227,
HURST RD, Greenhalgh T(2018). Knowing in general dental practice: anticipation, constraint and collective bricolage. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice
Yeung J-YS, Hurst D(2018). Diagnostic efficacy of direct and indirect digital imaging for approximal caries. Evid Based Dent vol. 19, (3) 71-72.
Papakostopoulou M, Hurst D(2018). Disseminating research evidence: what matters to general dental practitioners?. Br Dent J vol. 225, (5) 413-417.
Papakostopoulou M, HURST RD(2018). Customised fixed appliance systems and treatment duration. Evidence-Based Dentistry vol. 19, (2) 50-50.
Dhadwal AS, Hurst D(2017). No difference in the long-term clinical performance of direct and indirect inlay/onlay composite restorations in posterior teeth. Evid Based Dent vol. 18, (4) 121-122.
HURST D, Mickan S(2017). Describing knowledge encounters in healthcare: a mixed studies systematic review and development of a classification. Implementation Science vol. 12, Article 35,
HURST RD, Wright D, Burrows H(2016). Should dental teams be doing more to make adolescents aware of the health risks of water pipe tobacco smoking (shisha)?. British Dental Journal (BDJ) vol. 221, (11) 697-699.
Hurst D (2016). Describing knowledge encounters in healthcare: a mixed studies systematic review and development of a classification. Knowledge sources and influences data extraction - final data set.
Hurst D(2016). Little research on effective tools to improve patient safety in the dental setting. Evidence-Based Dentistry vol. 17, (2) 38-39.
Marinho VCC, Hurst D, Baez R, Marthaler TM(2016). Salt fluoridation for preventing dental caries (Withdrawn Paper. 2016, art. no. CD006846). COCHRANE DATABASE OF SYSTEMATIC REVIEWS (5) Article ARTN CD006846,
Hurst D(2015). Nicotine lozenges and behavioural interventions may help smokeless tobacco users to quit. Evid Based Dent vol. 16, (4) 104-105.
Hurst D(2014). Evidence unclear on whether Type I or II diabetes increases the risk of implant failure. Evid Based Dent vol. 15, (4) 102-103.
Hurst D(2014). Amalgam or composite fillings--which material lasts longer?. Evid Based Dent vol. 15, (2) 50-51.
Hurst D(2013). Multifaceted and mixed didactic-interactive methods are more effective ways to learn and change behaviour. Evid Based Dent vol. 14, (3) 67-68.
Hurst D(2013). Audit and feedback had small but potentially important improvements in professional practice. Evid Based Dent vol. 14, (1) 8-9.
Hurst D (2013). The effectiveness of Atraumatic Restorative Treatment versus conventional restorative treatment for permanent molars and premolars A critical assessment of existing systematic reviews and report of a new systematic review. Supervisors: Richards, D, Presented at: University of Oxford, Notes: Available for download at:,
Hurst D(2012). Poor quality evidence suggests that failure rates for atraumatic restorative treatment and conventional amalgam are similar. Evid Based Dent vol. 13, (2) 46-47.
Hurst D(2011). Quality of reporting randomised controlled trials in major dental journals suboptimal. Evid Based Dent vol. 12, (2) 52-53.
Hurst D(2011). Using new evidence is an innovation. So what?. Evid Based Dent vol. 12, (3)
Hurst D(2011). What is the best way to restore the worn dentition?. Evid Based Dent vol. 12, (2) 55-56.
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