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Friday 30 November 2018 | London
Covering the essential do's and don'ts in record keeping.
This workshop explores current best practice for record keeping. Attendees will examine NHS regulations, the GDC and CQC requirements for record keeping, and receive a step-by-step guide to what clinical records should contain. Recent legal NHS claiming precedents will be discussed and the consequences of not keeping good records will be demonstrated. Understand how not to record the consent process, and the importance of making the dental team aware of how NHS Area Teams (ATs) and the Business Services Authority (BSA) monitor GDP quality, performance and claiming abuse through clinical records. Implement effective processes which can be followed, with confidence, by the whole dental team.
• Encourage audit of record keeping
• Improve knowledge of relevant legislation
• Increase the involvement of the dental team in record keeping
• Improve record keeping.
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|Non Member: £145.00||DCPs: £75.00|
The fee includes refreshments, lunch and all course documentation.
Dick Birkin, Head of Regional Services, BDA
Originally a GDP in the North West, before joining the BDA Dick was a manager with the Dental Reference Service for 24 years. He also spent time as a Clinical Policy Adviser for the DRS where he worked closely with SHAs and PCTs in analysing data and managing risk. He has given evidence at over a hundred disciplinary hearings and has acted as an expert witness at the GDC.
3 hours CPD
The training course meets the educational criteria set by the GDC for Verifiable CPD and is certified by the British Dental Association
If you wish to stay overnight during the event please contact MICE Concierge our appointed hotel booking agency by email or call 01438 908770.
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