Manage your risks. Practise safely. Avoid the pitfalls of cosmetic dentistry in general practice
The Managing Clinical Risk roadshow is back for 2017, providing you with even more opportunity to enhance your expertise and gather insight into risk management and ethics in dentistry.
Renowned international speaker Dr Martin Kelleher will team up with Dental Protection's Dr Sue Boynton and Dr Stephen Henderson to present the latest developments and understanding when it comes to safe dental practice in Ireland.
As a member, you have access to unparalleled dentolegal expertise, but being part of Dental Protection means more than just defence. The Managing Clinical Risk roadshow gives you the opportunity to:
- Get free entry to the event as a benefit of membership
- Earn three hours CPD and three RiskCredits for attending
- Speak to dentolegal experts and network with colleagues
- Gain insight into the current challenges facing clinicians in Ireland
The day will focus on key risk management challenges facing clinicians in relation to cosmetic dentistry. This will include elements of ethics, professional communication and record keeping.
Key questions answered:
- Where do the main problems come from in this area of dentistry?
- How can these problems be anticipated and managed?
- How can you ensure you work within your competence and experience? How do you recognise the cases where it might be more sensible to refer?
- What are the key clinical records that need to be kept, and why? What would good clinical records in this field consist of and look like?
- What are the likely ethical issues?
- What are the key consent issues and pitfalls in this area of dentistry?
- What are the practical tips to improve clinical outcomes and avoid problems?
Benefits of attendance:
- Understand and apply the principles of risk management
- Understand and apply the principles of record keeping
- Understand the principles of the consent process and the requirement to evidence this appropriately
- Understand ethical dilemmas
Cork Fully booked
Tuesday 13 June
Dublin Fully booked
Sat 17 June
Galway Fully booked
Weds 14 June
Athlone Fully booked
Thurs 15 June