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Our digital journal allows you to earn CPD by testing your knowledge on a range of dento-legal topics.
Just follow the links below to the articles in the journal, and then take the accompanying quiz. Pass the test and you'll be presented with your CPD certificate, which you can then print or save and add to your portfolio.
With so much at stake for everyone involved, it's important for dental professionals to understand their individual responsibilities in the wake of an adverse incident.
They are the basis for effective patient care and have an important dento-legal purpose - but what makes good dental records, and what else do dental professionals need to consider?
Patients are more likely than ever to turn to social media to voice their concerns about their treatment, so it's vital to understand your personal and professional responsibilities.
The dental health of people with dementia can become secondary to other considerations. But the dental team can make a vital contribution to patients' quality of life, as Christine Osborne explains.
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