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Watch our on-demand webinar to hear about the dento-legal implications of remote consultations.
Following the resumption of face-to-face care for patients, it's understandable to have questions about the dento-legal implications.
The DDU's own Simon Kidd reflects on how 2020 affected him both personally and professionally, in a busy mixed practice in Scotland.
For Dr Andrew Chandrapal, communication and continuity have been key factors in adjusting to working in the confines of the pandemic.
From facing her own challenges in practice to accommodating the needs of her students, Bal Chana recalls how she adjusted to the demands of 2020.
In both his teaching work and in clinical practice, Mark Ide found that the challenges posed by the pandemic nevertheless fostered a desire to work positively with students, patients and colleagues.
Alison Large, dento-legal adviser at the DDU, discusses what to do if you are asked to attend a virtual meeting during the pandemic.
John Makin, head of the Dental Defence Union, reflects on how we can still learn important lessons from a difficult 2020.
Deputy head of the DDU Leo Briggs and dento-legal advisers Alison Large and Sarah Ide respond to questions raised in our COVID-19 webinar.