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Guidance on treating adults who have or may have impaired capacity in Scotland.
Watch our on-demand webinar about the principles of consent and capacity and the considerations that should be considered before making decisions on behalf of minors and adults lacking capacity.
Periodontal disease is widespread and as much a threat to patients' oral health as tooth decay.
Patients may give consent, but they may also refuse or restrict it.
Data protection law imposes a legal duty on those responsible for personal data to store it securely and protect it from unauthorised or unlawful processing.
Social media can be a great marketing tool but it's important to consider the potential pitfalls too. Read on and test your knowledge to earn CPD.
It's important to be aware of the legal and ethical implications of having CCTV in your dental practice.
What should you do if a patient wants to record a consultation? And can you do the same?
You must seek consent before any investigation or treatment, and certain criteria must be fulfilled for consent from a patient to be valid.