CPD

Glenys Bridges considers the quality and compliance role of the dental nurse for diagnostic radiographs
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Recognising sepsis in the dental practice, with Phil Jevon
Juliette Reeves considers the clinical implications and management
Phil Jevon considers the safe use of oxygen in the dental practice
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Priya Sharma suggests that a transparent approach to complaints handling can make a difference to patient satisfaction
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Amanda McLaughlin considers the importance of oral health care in nursing and residential care homes
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Peter Bacon considers some effective ways in which dental nurses can manage and reduce biofilm in dental unit water lines
Dental therapist, tutor and coach Christine MacLeavy suggests the steps you can take to help with anxiety management in practice
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In the second of a two-part article, Professor Bob Ireland considers image consent, storage and transmission
Communication skills are quite often challenged and in more ways than one. Fiona Ellwood explains
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The role of the dental nurse in designing, implementing and maintaining an effective patient safety policy
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Kathryn Marshall considers the role of the dental nurse in clinical record keeping
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Dental nurse registration with the General Dental Council gives rights and privileges but also responsibilities and obligations. Andrew Collier shines a light on what this means for the dental nurse
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Jo Russell considers some key components when collating Control of Substances Hazardous to Health files in dental practices
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Recognition and treatment of the acutely ill patient, by Phil Jevon
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In the second of the two-part CPD paper, David Croser offers readers a checklist to help keep the management of complaints in-house
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In the first of a two-part CPD paper, David Croser considers why patients complain and how the dental team should respond
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Peter Bacon, technical director at Dentisan, teaches readers about the challenges of combatting the most contagious infectious diseases in the dental practice
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Kelly Henderson discusses ‘the cornerstone of all good relationships and good dental practice’ in this CPD article
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Glenys Bridges considers the who, what, why, where and when
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Linda Walker considers this important topic in relation to General Dental Council (GDC) Standards and the introduction of GDPR
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Practice policy and your role in the protection of adults vulnerable to an integral part of organised crime
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Christine MacLeavy considers the effective application of fluoride varnish in this peer-reviewed CPD article
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Kelly Henderson considers how photography as a dental record can aid your practice, clinical skills and become your indisputable evidence should you need it.
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Lesley Redman considers the importance of oral desensitisation in relation to dementia and additional needs
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