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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 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.
You have the right to appeal against any practice committee decision on the grounds that it is wrong in law or that the penalty is too harsh.
Fillers and Botox cannot be administered to under 18s for cosmetic reasons in England.
John Makin, head of the Dental Defence Union, reflects on how we can still learn important lessons from a difficult 2020.
Over the course of the year, there has been an abundance of new challenges and guidance for the profession to deal with, putting a strain on many dental professionals and practices.
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The implementation of the COVID-19 NHS vaccination programme is extremely topical at the moment with media reports stating that the vaccination could be rolled out as soon as early December.
Dental Defence Union (DDU) dento-legal adviser David Lauder looks at the differences between laws, guidance and standards and why it’s important to follow them.
GDC head of public policy Richard Drummond provides an overview of the SCope of Practice guidance