Dental record-keeping: What is your position?

Wed 10 March 2021

Dental record-keeping: What is your position?

Learn how to maintain accurate and up-to-date records to protect yourself when facing a complaint and for continuity of care.

Hear from two presenters as they take you through the Dental Board of Australia's record-keeping requirements and the pros and cons of consent forms.

Dental Board’s new records requirements

Presented by Dr Ann Monteith

Following the recent retirement of the Dental Board's Guidelines on Dental Records, how do we know what is expected of us? We will review the changes that have occurred and evaluate what will be required of us in the future.

You will learn:

  • The state and privacy requirements relating to dental records
  • What constitutes a dental record
  • Your obligations and responsibilities
  • What information you should record.

The pros and cons of consent forms

Presented by Dr Elizabeth Milford

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Record-keeping is a constantly evolving space, with case studies showing how it can be done well and how gaps can let the dental clinician down when they need good records the most. Receive advice on what you need to know and what you might want to try to get the most from your records.

CPD hours: 1.5 clinical hours

RSVP by 8 March. 

Please note: After registering for this event, you will receive confirmation of registration. Once registration has closed on the 8 March, you will receive a separate email with the zoom webinar log on details on 9 March. 



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