What is the Annual CPD Membership?
Are you a dental professional looking to gain access to a comprehensive suite of online training material? Are you looking to complete your CPD?
Our Annual Membership offers you all of that and more.
Get access to more than 55 online, verifiable CPD courses plus future course releases and new training material.
- Automatic enrolment on all our online courses.
- Highest-quality online dental training material.
- All courses are written and reviewed by industry experts.
- Certificates awarded upon completion of each course.
- Achievements stored in your online account.
- Annual subscription renews automatically (but don’t worry, we’ll give you a nudge two weeks before to remind you).
Patient Records: 4 Course Bundle
Patient Records: 4x Course Bundle
Purchase the our four Patient Records courses at a reduced price. This bundle consists of the following courses:
- The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
- What does ‘good’ look like?
- Gaining Valid Consent to Treatment
The total duration of the four courses is 3 hours and 30 minutes.
What’s included in Patient Records: 4 Course Bundle?
“Very good for any clinician at any stage of their career”
All clinicians are trained to keep good records at Dental School. Time pressures often intervene, and bad habits are easy to acquire. This course outlines the benefits of keeping good patient records, the pitfalls of keeping bad records, and what can happen if it all becomes ugly and litigation is a consequence.
“A concise course helpful in refreshing my knowledge on patient consent.”
You must obtain valid consent before starting treatment, explaining all the relevant options and possible costs to your patients. This course aims to help you understand and be able to demonstrate how to gain valid consent from your patients. You will also understand how to apply these obligated duties to your day-to-day work.
“Short & sweet course. All main points were highlighted.”
There are a number of reasons why you may wish to refer patients for treatment or advice. The main reason for referring a patient is because the treatment proposed is either completely outside your skills and competence or because you feel a more appropriately trained colleague will be able to provide treatment with a greater degree of skill and competence, which would be in the patient’s best interests. This course aims to help you understand the importance of referrals to other treating clinicians. Implementing this knowledge into your day-to-day work will help maintain good patient records.
“The package of these subjects was good value and I enjoyed the learning process with each section.”