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Webinar 31/07/2018

Webinar: Ethical, legal advertising: websites, social media and stayi...

Webinar: Ethical, legal advertising: websites, social media and staying safe

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Managing your professional and personal imagine online can seem like a minefield. But it doesn’t need to be. Join dentolegal consultant Philip Johnstone for a webinar looking at the legal and regulatory requirements you are expected to meet, as set down by the GDC and other bodies involved in the regulation of advertising in the UK. Date: Tuesday 11 September 2018 Time: 13:00 - 14:00

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Webinar 01/06/2018

Webinar: Key rules for valid consent

Webinar: Key rules for valid consent

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Join dentolegal adviser Dr Len D’Cruz as he discusses the complexities and best practice around obtaining consent from patients.

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Webinar 01/06/2018

Webinar: We need to talk about confidentiality

Webinar: We need to talk about confidentiality

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Tackle the complexities of confidentiality and the standards that dental professionals must observe when it comes to patient confidentiality and the sharing of information.

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17/01/2018

Dental Advice Booklets

Dental Advice Booklets

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Browse our range of booklets providing practical guidance and professional advice.

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Response 07/09/2017

Our policy work

Our policy work

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We work to promote and defend members’ interests in the regulatory and legislative environments. We work to promote and defend members’ interests in the regulatory and legislative environments.

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Advice 22/08/2017

NHS Concerns, Complaints and Redress Arrangements

NHS Concerns, Complaints and Redress Arrangements

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Since 1 April 2011 The National Health Service (Concerns, Complaints and Redress Arrangements) (Wales) Regulations 2011 have applied to NHS treatment provided in Wales.

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Conference 22/08/2017

Scottish Dental Show

Scottish Dental Show

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We'll be at the Scottish Dental Show at Braehead Arena, Glasgow, on Friday 19 and Saturday 20 May 2017.

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Advice 22/08/2017

Private Dentistry (Wales) Regulations 2008

Private Dentistry (Wales) Regulations 2008

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All dentists practising in Wales must ensure that they have registered with Health Inspectorate before they undertake any private dental treatment.

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22/08/2017

It’s complicated

It’s complicated

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Simon Stone offers nine steps to ensure success and shares some cases from which we can all learn

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FAQ 22/08/2017

RQIA Frequently Asked Questions

RQIA Frequently Asked Questions

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Members will be aware that in order to provide private treatment to patients, registration with the RQIA is essential. 

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22/08/2017

Counselling Service

Counselling Service

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Added to these stresses are those caused by receiving and dealing with complaints, clinical negligence claims, disciplinary matters, and other dentolegal issues, and our counselling service has been introduced specifically to assist members suffering from stress.

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Advice 22/08/2017

Record Keeping in England

Record Keeping in England

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Dental professionals are required to make and keep accurate dental records of care provided to patients, whether NHS or private. Dental Protection is frequently contacted by members who want to understand how long records should be retained by the practice.

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Advice 22/08/2017

What to expect when the CQC inspect

What to expect when the CQC inspect

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The Care Quality Commission (CQC) has stated that it intends to inspect approximately 10% of dental providers and that it will not apply ratings following inspections.

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Advice 22/08/2017

Fundamental standards

Fundamental standards

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Receiving and acting on complaints: a summary of complaints, responses, correspondence and other relevant information identified must be provided to CQC within 28 days of a request.

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Advice 22/08/2017

Duty of candour

Duty of candour

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The duty of candour, which was introduced by the government through Regulation 20 of the Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) Regulations 2014, applies to dental practices from 1 April 2015.

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Advice 22/08/2017

The CQC – What you need to know

The CQC – What you need to know

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All healthcare organisations that provide regulated activities have to register with the CQC. Here's a little background along with advice on who is affected and how to apply for registration.

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Advice 22/08/2017

The NHS Complaints Regulations

The NHS Complaints Regulations

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The Local Authority Social Services & NHS Complaints (England) Regulations 2009 came into force on 1 April 2009 and introduced a revised procedure for the handling of complaints by local authorities, in respect of complaints about adult social care, and by NHS bodies, primary care providers and independent providers in respect of provision of NHS care.

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Advice 22/08/2017

The Ombudsman

The Ombudsman

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The Ombudsman takes the view that complaints handling should be ‘Do it once do it right’. The Ombudsman will be looking for an appropriate, proportionate response which meets the principles of good complaints handling.

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Advice 22/08/2017

What’s New?

What’s New?

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Patients who remain unhappy after local resolution is complete may request a review of their complaint by the Ombudsman. The person responding must inform the complainant of their right to take their complaint to the Ombudsman Health Service. Effectively what was a three-stage procedure is simplified into two stages.

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Advice 22/08/2017

Record Keeping in Northern Ireland

Record Keeping in Northern Ireland

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Dental professionals are required to make and keep accurate dental records of care provided to patients, whether NHS or private. Dental Protection is frequently contacted by members who want to understand how long records should be retained by the practice.

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Advice 22/08/2017

The HPPS Regulations 1996

The HPPS Regulations 1996

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The Health & Personal Social Services (Disciplinary Procedures) Regulations 1996 currently govern disciplinary proceedings in relation to family health practitioners, including dentists.

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Advice 22/08/2017

The Regulation and Quality Improvement Authority

The Regulation and Quality Improvement Authority

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The Regulation and Improvement Authority (Independent Healthcare) (Fees and Frequency of Inspections) (Amendment) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2011 came into effect on 1 April 2011.

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Advice 22/08/2017

Healthcare Improvement Scotland

Healthcare Improvement Scotland

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Healthcare Improvement Scotland replaces the Scottish Commission for the Regulation of Care (the Care Commission)

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