|09:25||Welcome and introductions|
- Why we keep records
- The principles of record keeping
- Personalised records
- Records and the dental team
- The changing face of records.
- Who sets the standards
- Ownership, access and destruction of records.
|10:50||Breakout groups - case studies (1) |
|11:00||Breakout group feedback and scenario discussions|
|11:40||Breakout groups - case studies (2) |
|11:50||Breakout group feedback and scenario discussions|
|12:15||Further question and answer session|
Head of BDA Indemnity, GDP and Practice Owner, London
Len is Head of BDA Indemnity, a general dental practitioner, foundation trainer and practice owner. He has 21 years’ experience as a dento-legal advisor supporting dentists with complaints, clinical and regulatory issues, and clinical negligence claims.
He is lead lecturer at the University of Bedfordshire teaching on the MA in Dental Law and Ethics. He has authored and co-authored two books: “Understanding NHS dentistry” and “Legal aspects of general dental practice” (Churchill Livingstone) and has contributed legal and ethical content to a number of text books and journals and websites. He regularly shares his wisdom on NHS regulations and contract reform and has both dental and legal qualifications.
Dento-legal Advisor, BDA
Clare has 20 years of experience as a dentist, working in both primary and secondary care. She became a member of the Royal College of Surgeons and gained her diploma in Conscious Sedation from Guys before joining the Oral Surgery specialist list in 2008.
Having worked in the dento‐legal field for the last six years, she has continued her interest in the law and recently became a member of the Faculty of Forensic and Legal Medicine, going on to complete the diploma in forensic medical science. Clare is committed to pursuing proper and fair outcomes for her dental colleagues in all manner of dental complaints, claims, regulatory and disciplinary processes and advice cases.
The course will take place on Zoom using the interactive features such as break out rooms and the chat function. Delegate numbers are limited, enabling detailed group discussion. A couple of short breaks will be included to maximise participant's attention spans.
|||2 hours 45 minutes CPD|
In order to qualify for a CPD certificate attendees must attend this live sessions and complete the post-event engagement and evaluation survey.
CPD certificates will be issued once attendance reports have been validated.
|Dental care professional |
(non-dentist member of the team)
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