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Dementia-friendly dental practice
Essential advice on not just handling patient complaints - but resolving them.
A recent employment tribunal case ruled that long Covid may be classed as a disability – what are the implications?
A range of common - and not so common - queries from dental care professionals.
The downside to one of the most common pieces of career advice.
How would you deal with the difficult situation of a patient making romantic advances?
You wouldn't drive a car without insurance - the same applies to appropriate professional indemnity.
...It is claimed that the bone loss present contraindicated fixture placement without extensive bone grafting...
...Social services is asking Dr P to advise them of any concerns regarding Kate’s health and welfare...
...Mr V was 10 minutes late for a 15-minute appointment slot, leaving only five minutes for assessment and treatment...
Professor John Gibson tells how he and his family responded to their grief over a devastating loss by undertaking an audacious challenge to raise awareness of suicide prevention.
Review of the new book by Sarah Chaney.
John Boyd Orr - Physician, nutritionist and winner of the Nobel Peace Prize.
Making a clean break when trust between you and a patient has broken down.
Holidays and even the shortest breaks in working days have moral force.
We need to talk about suicide.
Insight Dental is published quarterly and distributed to MDDUS members through the UK who work in dental care
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