In this issue:
Making sure patients know what to expect can be hugely important in achieving a satisfactory outcome for everyone.
Our latest on-demand webinars cover confidentiality and the key principles of data protection, as well as exploring consent and capacity. Test your...
A late diagnosis of oral cancer can be harmful for both patients and dental professionals, so it's vital to know the risk factors involved.
As the pandemic has progressed, the impacts of the last 18 months are beginning to hit home. Peninsula's William Griffiths offers advice on...
Dental professionals face enough challenges at work without financial management being one of them – so we've introduced a new benefit to help ease...
An accusation of negligence is very distressing for members and they rightly expect us to provide support, advice and an expert defence
Dr Howard Lloyd talks us along the path that led to his career in endodontics.
Dental professionals often have access to patients' personal data, which means they also have responsibilities to protect that information and handle it responsibly.
With so much of dental practice resting on making the right choices, it helps to keep your decision-making destination in your sights, says DDU head John Makin.
One DDU member talks us through the shock and stress of receiving their first complaint, as well as how we were able to support them through it.
They are the basis for effective patient care and have an important dento-legal purpose - but what makes good dental records, and what else do dental professionals need to consider?
The dental health of people with dementia can become secondary to other considerations. But the dental team can make a vital contribution to patients' quality of life, as Christine Osborne explains.
Pausing to reflect when something goes wrong can lessen the risk of history repeating itself. We explain how to respond to an adverse incident, ensuring patients are supported and lessons are learned.
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