DENTAL BULLETIN, ISSUE 62
When the CQC comes to inspect your practice, they will be looking to see if you are complying with the duty of candour. You therefore need to show you have policies and practices in place that meet this requirement.
However, it doesn’t end there. The duty of candour is also a legal requirement and if breached your practice could be open to criminal prosecution. It is...Read More
DENTAL BULLETIN, ISSUE 23
The words ‘CQC inspection’ can strike fear into the heart of most dentists. Even if you have fully prepared for the day, a sense of panic can still wash over you; what if I have forgotten to put in place a policy for tooth pick assembly; what if the receptionist forgets how to answer the telephone; what if the nurse wears the wrong colour scrubs.
DENTAL BULLETIN, ISSUE 22
Fitness to Practice Hearing – Failure to Obtain Proper Consent
Dr Darfoor, a dentist, appeared before the Professional Conduct Committee (PCC) on 18th January 2016. The allegations against him concerned the treatment of three patients during the period 2011 to 2014. The charges against Dr Darfoor ran over three pages of the judgment and included...Read More