In this issue, Glenys Bridges talks about how to ensure your policies and procedures are fit for purpose.

Sepsis following a bacterial infection from a dental condition or treatment is rare, but it is possible for this life-threatening condition to occur if patients are not managed appropriately.

The General Dental Council states that, as dental professionals, we must follow the guidance on medical emergencies and training updates issued by the Resuscitation Council (UK).

In this issue, Glenys Bridges talks about the principles of quality management to ensure excellent dental care. On the same theme, Shilla Talati talks about the practicalitis of carrying out a clinical audit.

This month, Glenys gives an overview of how to deliver on your SOP, and we look at team communication and managing conflict in your practice. 

When communication breaks down, its impact is felt across the practice and recovery can be difficult. This article looks at common communication challenges, and the strategies to resolve them.

This month, Shilla Talati continues her series on reviewing the CQC examples of notable practice in inspection visits to see what practices can learn from this, in relation to the CQC 'is it well-led' category.

Q: How are we meant to store Glucagon injections?

Dental professionals are required to make and keep accurate dental records of care provided to patients. In addition to the items listed below, you should ensure that patient records are accurate, complete, legible, up to date, stored and shared appropriately.

This month, Shilla Talati continues her series on reviewing the CQC examples of notable practice in inspection visits to see what practices can learn from this, in relation to the CQC 'Responsive' category. 

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