Priya Sharma explains what you need to be aware of
Dentist Alfie Chan has been a designated safeguarding officer since 2010. Here, ...
In this CPD paper, Dr Puja Jalota considers the key components of effectively ...
Do you have the appropriate level of indemnity for your role? And have you ...
Dental therapist Shaun Howe shares his insight into the General Dental Council ...
So, after the longest break most of us will have had in our working lives, ...
If you’re called upon to assist with remote triaging, don’t forget your ...
As the coronavirus continues to have a huge impact on daily life, now more than ...
When it comes to safeguarding, what are the consequences if it all goes wrong?
What level of dental safeguarding training do I need – and why?
How a child missing their dental appointment could be the first sign of a ...
Lisa Bainham takes a slightly more serious look at the upcoming fun and festivities
Complaints and claims for clinical negligence can arise many years after treatment and, in the absence of records, it may be difficult or impossible to defend successfully, say experts at the DDU
The BDA has launched a new toolkit to support the safeguarding of children and young people who miss appointments, often for reasons beyond their control
The Importance of open communication in safeguarding within the dental setting
Tax expert David Redfern explains how to tell whether yours is the correct one
It is your professional responsibility to have an awareness and understanding of the various manifestations of abuse and neglect in order to understand when a patient is at risk
Ethical sales and the dental practice – we look at the dos and don’ts of promotional material
Why taking an all-staff approach to safeguarding in the dental practice is essential
Practice life can get very busy – but online safeguarding training for dental staff can offer some important cost-effective and time-saving benefits
Andrew Collier looks at the risks that can arise if a patient’s perceptions are negative
When speaking to patients, simplicity is the key goal so ditch the jargon and remember the KISS principle – ‘keep it simple, stupid’
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