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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.
It's important to be aware of the legal and ethical implications of having CCTV in your dental practice.
Social media can be a useful business tool for dental professionals, but it's important to recognise its risks as well as its benefits.
What should you do if a patient wants to record a consultation? And can you do the same?
Unaddressed data breaches can result in heavy fines for those responsible, and can have a significant effect on individuals whose data is concerned.
A concerned DDU practice owner member contacted the advice line about a potential data breach.
Complaints and claims for clinical negligence can arise years after treatment. Without records, it may be difficult or impossible to defend them successfully.
Inland Revenue inspectors have legal powers to obtain documents under the Finance Act 2008...
It's important to be up to date with best practice in data processing, information security and record retention.