Dentistry CPD: new this week – increasing practice performance by thinking creatively

Dentistry CPD: new this week – increasing practice performance by thinking creativelyWith thousands of dental professionals already registered to Dentistry CPD, now is your chance to get involved completely free of charge.

Launching earlier this year, there are already more than 200 courses available to view. With something available for all members of the dental team covering all dental interests.

Features include:

  • Quick and easy-to-read slides
  • Regular video lectures
  • Create your own Personal Development Plan
  • CPD tracker helps you easily log and view your CPD across your five-year cycle
  • Live and On Demand webinars
  • Get enhanced CPD for recommended topics and personal interests
  • Finally, store your certificates from Dentistry CPD and externally all in one place.

To register for free, simply visit www.dentistry.co.uk/cpd.

New this week

Increasing practice performance by thinking creatively

Mark Oborn suggests some different ways for practice teams to increase their performance by creative thinking.

This past year has thrown at us as a series of changes to the way the world fundamentally works – fallow times, travel and social restrictions to name a few. Many businesses think differently about the way they offer their services and operate. Dentistry is no different.

In this article Mark covers some interesting ways to help improve creativity in the dental practice, allowing you to overcome and manage the change which seems inevitable.

To read this article in full visit www.cpd.dentistry.co.uk/courses/increasing-practice-performance-by-thinking-creatively.

Popular this week

Responding to complaints

Complaints are common and it’s vital to know how to respond to them professionally. A complaint well-handled by the whole team can also prevent a concern from escalating.

However, if complainants encounter obstacles or a defensive approach, they understandably become frustrated and problems can escalate quickly. Occasionally an unresolved complaint can lead to serious dentolegal problems, such as an investigation by the GDC, ombudsman or even a claim.

To read this article in full visit www.cpd.dentistry.co.uk/courses/responding-to-complaints.


To register for Dentistry CPD and gain access to hundreds of hours of CPD for free, simply visit www.dentistry.co.uk/cpd.

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