Improve your compliance confidenceNews
Posted by: Dental Design 4th May 2020
Evidence suggests that compliance remains high on everyone’s list of concerns. The biggest problem is often knowing what you need to do and, just as important, what you don’t need to do. Whether you are a practice owner, manager or a compliance lead, it’s essential to remain abreast of the latest regulations, requirements and guidelines that affect all practices so that you can be sure you are providing a safe environment for your patients and your team members.
There will be various opportunities at the British Dental Conference and Dentistry Show this May for all members of the dental team to update their knowledge and understanding of the current rules and recommendations in dentistry. The Compliance Clinic – hosted by Apolline, a leading provider of innovative compliance management software and in-practice support and training – will focus on important and relevant compliance-based topics for the dental team.
Pat Langley, CEO of Apolline, comments:
“The theme of the Compliance Clinic this year is ‘Working together to make achieving and maintaining compliance a reality’. The Compliance Clinic will update members of the dental team on a range of compliance-based subjects. These will include an update on the CQC, infection control protocols, the importance of keeping good patient records, working together to make compliance achievable, complaints handling, what you need to know to be compliant in health and safety, and radiation protection.”
A line-up of experts in the field will present sessions and be available to answer any questions that delegates may have. In addition to Pat herself, these will include:
- John Milne
- Sue Boynton
- Stephen Henderson
- Jimmy Makdissi
- Lanah Hector
- Bilkis Hussain
Pat goes on to explain what delegates can expect to gain from attending the Compliance Clinic programme:
“Delegates will gain confidence from listening to some of the leading speakers in the compliance field. This will either reassure them that they are on track or help them understand where they may have gaps in their knowledge and in their practices.”
Just one feature of the British Dental Conference and Dentistry Show, the Compliance Clinic is sure to provide an invaluable resource for practice teams. Delegates will also have access to several other theatres, with education tailored to different roles and disciplines and hours of CPD available. Further still, the trade floor will be home to more than 400 dental companies from the UK and abroad, with copious new products, materials and technologies on show.
“This event provides an unparalleled programme of information and help,” adds Pat. “There is also the opportunity to talk to suppliers about the latest innovations – all of which are designed to support the dental team in providing great care for their patients. It’s the biggest and the best event in the dental calendar so don’t miss out!”
The British Dental Conference and Dentistry Show 2020 – 11th and 12th September–Hall 5, Birmingham NEC, co-located with DTS.
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