In the last issue we asked: if you have reviewed, or provided a prescription for, a patient to assist a colleague, do you always make a record in the patient's notes? The results were overwhelmingly positive: YES 76% - NO 10% - SOMETIMES 14%
The following MDDUS resources provide a useful overview of this topic (member login required):
- Record keeping - GP risk toolbox
- Record keeping - Dental risk toolbox
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