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In the autumn '22 DDU journal: what to do when things go wrong.
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A dentist needed reassurance from the DDU on the correct course of action after an incident triggered the practice's statutory duty of candour.
Most of us are familiar with instant or direct messaging through apps or social media - but is it an appropriate way to communicate with patients?
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