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Record keeping: let’s stop worrying about this

Event Type
BDA ONLINE COURSE
Event Subject
Practice management
Topics
 
Date
Thursday 21 November 2019 - Thursday 31 December 2020
Time
00:00 - 01:00
Venue
BDA e-learning
Address
www.bda.org/ilearn, ONLINE
Speakers
 
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Record keeping: let’s stop worrying about this

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Session synopsis

This session reviews the importance of producing appropriate clinical records and reflects on the standards required.

Lecture filmed at the BDA, London in November 2019

 

Learning objectives

  • The importance of producing appropriate clinical records
  • Reflecting on the standards required for record keeping for different clinical disciplines
  • The need to apply a system to produce consistent, accurate and defendable records.

CPD

1 hour of verifiable CPD

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A CPD certificate (in the name of the purchaser) will be available to download once viewing of this online lecture has been completed.

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About the speaker

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Len D’CruzSenior Dento-Legal Adviser, BDA  and GDP, London


Len is a general dental practitioner, running a seven surgery mixed NHS and private practice in North East London. He is an experienced vocational trainer for the London Deanery, a dento-legal advisor for the BDA and a Dental tutor for Health Education East of England. Len is also lead lecturer for the MA in Dental Law and Ethics at the University of Bedfordshire. He has published "Legal aspects of general dental practice" and co-authored “Understanding NHS dentistry”, he writes and presents regularly about legal and ethical issues as well as NHS contractual issues particularly in relation to the NHS contract prototypes. Len is also an ORE examiner.


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Looking for face-to-face training on this topic?

We also offer a half-day Record keeping and monitoring in NHS practice workshop run at the BDA in London. Take a look at bda.org/training for details.