Sue N'Jie

Sue N'Jie

Author at Dentistry Online

Sue N’Jie is a dento-legal adviser at the Dental Defence Union, helping dentists resolve legal and ethical concerns arising from their clinical practice. After qualifying from Guy’s Hospital Dental School in 1986, she became a GDP in the UK and also spent two years in South Africa helping to set up dental practices in Johannesburg. She joined the DDU in 2011 from the Dental Law Partnership where she was a dento-legal adviser for five years, advising on negligence claims, www.theddu.com.
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Mouth cancer diagnosis – be safe not sorry

In support of Mouth Cancer Action Month, Sue N’Jie highlights the dentolegal risks of missing a mouth cancer diagnosis. Mouth cancer can be a devastating disease for those affected. Dentists are in an ideal position to spot suspicious lesions or ulcers. November is Mouth Cancer Action Month. It is an important opportunity to raise the … Continued

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Avoid social sins

DDU dento-legal adviser, Sue N’Jie, looks at the ethical use of social media and what is expected of dental professionals online. Social media is a great source of entertainment and professional information, but your ethical responsibilities still apply in the virtual world. The GDC (General Dental Council) covers the issue (www.gdc-uk.org, 2013) directly in both … Continued

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