**THIS WEBINAR IS NOW FULLY BOOKED**
We are sorry that this live event is now fully booked and registrations are now closed.
For those unable to register a recording of this webinar will be available from 4pm on 2 May 2018.
13.00 – 14.00
Earn 1 hour of CPD
General dental practitioners and their teams
Is your practice GDPR-ready?
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force on 25 May 2018, replacing existing laws and impacting everyone who has day-to-day responsibility for data protection.
Presented by dentolegal advisers Brian Westbury and Phil Shaw, this webinar will outline changes in legislation and the obligations that these will place on practices as data controllers.
Suitable for general dental practitioners and their teams, this live one-hour webinar will help you practically apply the new guidance, using relevant practice scenarios to help you adequately prepare for 25 May.
- To help you understand the necessary changes following the implementation of the General Data Protection Regulations in relation to dental practice.
- To increase your awareness of the impact the changes will have to the processing of personal data.
- Identify key steps you can take now to prepare for 25 May 2018.
- To outline how Subject Access Requests should be managed under the new regulations.
- To demonstrate the necessity of appointing, and the important role of, the data protection officer (DPO).
- To help you understand the potential consequences of failing to comply with the regulations.
BA BDS LDSRCS MGDSRCS LLM
Senior Dentolegal Adviser
Brian graduated from the Royal London Hospital in 1970. He was one of Dental Protection’s original local advisers, and was a member of the GDSC working party on complaints and disciplinary procedures. He has worked for many years in general practice in both the NHS and in private practice, and served as secretary of his LDC for over twenty years, and has considerable experience of health authorities and the GDC.
A founder board member of the faculty of GDP's at the Royal College of Surgeons, Brian has a BA in psychology from the Open University and more recently gained an LLM. He was a member of the Dental Vocational Training Appeal Body and is a Trustee of the Dentists' Health Support Trust. He lectures to students, practitioners and health authorities both in the UK and abroad on dentolegal and risk management subjects. Brian has a particular interest in assisting those members with health problems, and helping all dental members to reduce their exposure to risk.
BDS LDS DGDP MGDS DPDS LLM
Phil qualified from King’s College Hospital Dental School, London, in 1987. After two years as an associate in Essex, he bought his own NHS dental practice in Manchester and over the years combined a career in general practice with part-time clinical teaching and research at Manchester Dental School. During this time he also became involved in foundation training, eventually becoming the adviser for the North Manchester scheme. He sold his NHS practice in 2002 and worked in part-time private practice in several practices in Yorkshire. Phil has obtained a master’s degree in medical law from the University of Northumbria, was appointed as an associate dentolegal adviser for Dental Protection in 2008 and became a full-time adviser in July 2011.