Values in Professional Practice: Lessons for Health, Social Care, and Other Professionals
Stephen Pattison, Roisin Pill
Radcliffe Publishing, 2004 - Medical - 228 pages
Dentists and members of the dental practice team increasingly need to know how to deal with potential risks to patients dentists staff and premises; and how to manage risk with common sense procedures. This book shows the reader how. It addresses risk issues and helps dentists and dental professionals find the answers. It is a comprehensive guide including topics such as complaints claims consent health and safety dental records radiology treatment planning and finance management. The book can be read cover to cover or referred to as needed for specific topics. Icons help guide the reader through the text and exercises for individuals and team groups are also included.
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