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Find a wealth of expert guidance and practical advice to help you practise with confidence. Everything from safeguarding to consent, writing reports to investigations.
If your fitness to practise is investigated by the GDC, understanding what to expect can make all the difference. Here's what you need to know.
In the summer '23 DDU journal: fighting fatigue and coping with stress
The DDU successfully defended a member whose account of an adverse incident differed from that offered by the patient in the subsequent claim.
Who would you turn to for help defending a claim made against your company?
Vicky Kitney, lead business partner at Peninsula Business Services, and James Kingham, one of the DDU's dento-legal advisers, discuss how to implement an effective recruitment strategy.
A DDU member called the advice line with a concern about their contractual obligations when moving to a new role in another nearby practice.
The DDU's Leo Briggs explains the importance of being aware of and challenging our implicit biases, and why every dental professional could benefit from unconscious bias training.
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Loose ends in policy changes do dental professionals no favours in understanding their responsibilities, says DDU head John Makin.
With more than eight in ten dental professionals saying that workplace pressures have increased in recent years, we look at some of the techniques you can use to cope and manage.
The question of whether to reimburse an unhappy patient for treatment you've already provided can be a difficult one - and the answer isn't always straightforward.