Dental Law and Ethics

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Radcliffe Publishing, 2002 - Medical - 182 pages
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Radcliffe Primary Care series Work based learning is central to life long learning and most health professionals working in primary care are already formally or informally involved within this learning process. This book is a practical guide describing what work based learning is and outlining how it can be used as an effective learning system. Case studies throughout are taken from personal accounts of learning experiences from members of primary care teams. They demonstrate how work based learning can be made more effective and how this contributes to promoting change and service improvement. Work based Learning in Primary Care is essential reading for all members of the primary care team.
 

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Contents

Rights and responsibilities in dentistry
13
Professional duties of dentists
21
Resource allocation and business ethics
33
The clinical relationship
41
Confidentiality
53
Consent to treatment
63
Informed consent
89
Dental care for children
99
a vulnerable group
109
Practising in the NHS
119
Negligence and litigation
139
Legal considerations in Scotland
153
Index
175
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