Changes to your dental record-keeping obligations

Thu 05 November 2020

Changes to your dental record-keeping obligations

Learn about the new changes for dental record-keeping that come into effect 1 October.

Dental records, consent and sound decision-making are essential for each and every patient appointment. On 1 October 2020, the Dental Board of Australia will retire the Guidelines on Dental Records. In its place, new support documents will be released to help practitioners to meet record-keeping requirements.

Understanding your obligations and how to implement sound systems to ensure compliance and good outcomes is essential to meeting your registration standards and maintaining good patient outcomes. Learn how these changes will impact your dental practice and how to improve your dental records.

The webinar will cover:

  • Recent changes implemented by AHPRA and the Dental Board of Australia pertaining to dental records
  • The key documents to review
  • What tends to go wrong with dental record-keeping
  • The key features of a complete dental record

Presented by Dr Kate Amos and Dr Dominic Aouad from Dental Compliance Australia

CPD hours: 1 scientific hour

RSVP by 3 November.

After registering for this event, you will receive confirmation of registration. Once registration has closed on Tuesday 3 November, you will receive a separate email the following day with the zoom webinar log in details. 



Dr Kate Amos

Dr Kate Amos has a master’s qualification in Health Professional Education.

Kate is actively involved in several ADA committees, and is a director of ADA NSW and Dental Compliance Australia.



Dr Dominic Aouad

Dr Dominic Aouad is the Co-founder and Director of Dental Compliance Australia, a committee member of the ADA Inc Dental Education and Training Committee, and Chair of the Sydney Dental Discussion Group.

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