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'Compliance' Blog Posts

  • GDPR: one more headache for already overburdened dentists

    Shadow Health Minister, Julie Cooper MP, argues that the requirement for dentists to have a data protection officer is unncessary and places unfair financial and logistical burdens on healthcare professionals.

    Blog Date 17 May, 2018

  • Dentists: If you aren’t yet ready for GDPR then you are not alone

    With the deadline for dentistry to be compliant with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) looming fast (25 May), we asked on our social media if you were ready, and 62% of you said 'no' – so, you are not alone if you don't feel like you have it under control yet.

    Blog Date 2 May, 2018

  • GDPR: What young dentists need to know about protecting patients' data

    Nikki Patel takes a look at how the new GDPR legislation might affect you, how digital innovations are changing dentistry, the new sugary drinks tax, and why female role models are important in dentistry.

    Blog Date 24 April, 2018

  • GDPR: what does it mean for dentists?

    Confused about what you need to do under the new GDPR regulations? BDJ in Practice Editor David Westgarth explains some of the key points that you will need to think about.

    Blog Date 21 March, 2018

  • Amalgam issues during CQC inspections

    Will CQC review dental amalgam as part of their inspection process, once the new changes to EU Regulations come into force in July 2018? Find out.

    Blog Date 25 January, 2018

  • GDPR and dentistry - what you need to do

    New rules on protecting your patients’ and employees’ data will come into play when the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) takes effect on 25 May 2018.

    Blog Date 24 January, 2018

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