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DENTOLEGAL STUDY DAY

LAW AND ETHICS.
STAY ONE
STEP AHEAD.

Dentolegal Study Day 2017: Dental Law & Ethics

  • Dates: 24 – 24 Nov, 2017
  • Location: London
  • Address: Etc Venues St Paul's

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Join renowned expert speakers in an in-depth look at the legal and ethical side of dentistry.

Now in its sixth year, Dentolegal Study Day 2017 will have a key focus on cosmetic and aesthetic procedures and the ethical implications on your practice. Topics will include handling challenging patients, ethical advertising and online professionalism, and remote prescribing and the impact of Brexit.

Featuring insightful presentations, interactive group exercises and panel discussions, the conference gives you the opportunity to stay informed and protected when it comes to the risks surrounding your daily practice.

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As a member you have access to unparalleled dentolegal expertise, but being part of Dental Protection means more than just defence:

  • Receive discounted entry to the event as a benefit of membership
  • Earn 6.25 hours of verifiable CPD
  • Speak to dentolegal experts and network with colleagues
  • Meet the Dental Protection team
  • Gain insight into the ethical and legal challenges facing today's dentists.
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Tickets

Dental Protection members: £199
Non-members: £259

In association with:

Carson McDowell

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Take a look at the below video of us in action at last year’s conference
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1 comment
  • By Peter on 06 November 2017 12:49 Would love to attend. However, I live in Glasgow and usually work on Fridays
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