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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.
Dental professionals need to be aware of a number of factors before making decisions on behalf of adults lacking capacity.
There are no legal concerns about saying sorry for something that has happened to a patient...
It's your responsibility to follow up your concerns until you get a satisfactory response...
You can treat a child under 16 without their parents' consent if you consider them to be Gillick-competent...
Time limits vary between countries in the UK, but similar principles apply...
Dental nurses must have indemnity to practise, and will be asked to declare they have appropriate arrangements in place when they join the GDC register or renew their registration.
Raising a concern at work can be a difficult area to navigate, so it's important to know how, when and why. Our quick guide answers some common questions.
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Guidance on treating adults who have or may have impaired capacity in Scotland.
Before releasing information about a patient to a third party, you must get the patient's permission - except in exceptional circumstances.
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