Record Keeping and Consent - feel secure that you are meeting the 2019 guidance
Effective Dental Records can help clinicians reach an accurate diagnosis, by providing detailed information about the changing oral health status of a patient. Detailed records can also help to prevent adverse incidents occurring. We must seek consent before any investigation or treatment, we will discuss the criteria that must be fulfilled for consent from a patient to be valid.
- Discuss what makes an effective dental record
- Describe the current regulations and guidelines relating to dental record keeping
- Explain how effective consent can be gained and recorded.
Book your place:
Please head to the Accent Login page here: https:\\accent.hicom.co.uk.
Sign in with your log in details. Search for the course and book your space. If no spaces are available, you will be able to register on the waiting list.
Online Learning Event (MS Teams)
Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, Colney Lane, Norwich, UK
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