Dental Protection Annual Review
The Annual Review deals with the risks associated with the numerous treatment decisions that the dental team makes every day. In an increasingly consumerist and litigious environment, the consequences of making the wrong decision are greater than ever before.
The articles are based on real-life cases that are summarised in the text. Sharing these experiences creates a powerful risk management tool to support the dental team and from which everyone can learn.
The risk management advice content is universally applicable and is written in an easy to read style
Publisher: Dental Protection
- Annual Review 2010: In Safe Hands - Common risks in the dental surgery are described together with a variety of practical tools to identify, prevent, control and transfer them, and creating an environment that is safe and secure for the patient and dental
- Annual Review 2009: Tools for improvement - Practical tools for quality improvement that can be applied to a variety of clinical and non-clinical situations that arise in dentistry
- Annual Review 2008: On Reflection - Encouraging the dental team to reflect on their work. It may precipitate change or help you to see that they are already doing it right, and more importantly, the reasons why
- Annual Review 2007: On the Record - A practical approach to record keeping that can add value to patient care and protect the dental team if later challenged
- Annual Review 2006: What the patient did next - How the dental team can influence the eventual outcome when a patient complaint arises
- Annual Review 2005: Working together - The team approach to risk management in dentistry
- Annual Review 2004: The right choice - The clinical team is always accountable for their decisions; let's prevent you from making the wrong choice
- Annual Review 2003: Shared experience - A collection of real-life case scenarios recreated so that the dental team can learn from the mistakes of others
- Annual Review 2002: Communicating success - Effective communication skills can produce greater patient satisfaction and less risk of a complaint arising
- Annual Review 2001: A world of complaints - Why do complaints arise, how should you respond and a strategy that can prevent them from occurring in the first place