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14 June 2016
How would you feel if a patient asked to record their consultation? Leo Briggs explains why you shouldn't jump to conclusions.
25 January 2016
In his final editorial, former head of the DDU, Rupert Hoppenbrouwers is optimistic about a future built on a productive past.
22 September 2015
A recent Supreme Court judgment has effectively introduced the principle of 'informed consent' to the law of negligence. Rupert Hoppenbrouwers assesses the implications for dental professionals.
4 June 2015
Claims involving implant treatment have risen by 41% in five years. What are the main causes?
18 March 2014
In this issue we discuss recording consultations, complaint resolutions, probing deeper into periodontics claims and much more.
25 September 2013
This month, the GDC's new ethical guidance, Standards for the Dental Team, comes into effect and by now you will all have received a copy.
1 April 2013
Infection control, Life as a foundation dentist, treating patients with no teeth, avoiding complaints about fees and more.
19 September 2012
In this edition of the DDU Journal we look at the risks of providing orthodontic treatments, discuss record keeping, botox, and we continue our series of articles on the career pathways for dental graduates.
1 April 2012
In this edition of the DDU Journal we look at the changes the GDC has made to its fitness to practice processes, the importance of gaining valid consent, and we continue our series of articles on the career pathways for dental graduates.
1 October 2011
In this issue: What makes a good communicator?, Upward spiral, DDU recruits more advisers, Dental experts lose court immunity.