May 2021
On demand: NHS dentistry discussed: the HR, employment law and legal issues affecting NHS practices
Speaker(s): Zoe Close, Sarah Buxton
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NHS dentistry discussed: the HR, employment law and legal issues affecting NHS practices

Join Zoe Close and Sarah Buxton as they discuss and share advice on the biggest HR, employment law and legal challenges that are affecting NHS dental practices.

This includes the recent court case of Breakingbury versus Croad (2021) in which the judge ruled the NHS dental practice owner vicariously liable for the clinical treatment carried out by an associate dentist, due to employed status indicators such as NHS UDA targets.

Key topics include

  • What vicarious liability is and what it means for NHS practice owners
  • The vital information practice owners should have within their contractual agreements to ensure they are protected
  • NHS dentists facing possible clawback and what they can do to protect their interests
  • How the NHS UDA targets and PPE imposed during the COVID-19 pandemic are impacting dental teams and how to deal with this in the right way
  • What happens to the dental team and their contracts when making the move from NHS to private dentistry.
Plus, there is a live Q&A throughout where you can ask Sarah and Zoe any burning questions you may have!

Speaker: Zoe Close

Zoe is head of sales at Practice Plan and has over 30 years’ experience in the dental sector including working as a group business manager for a corporate group, a dental nurse, a head receptionist, and a practice manager. Zoe is passionate about supporting practices and can offer invaluable advice on how to strategically and successfully run your business.

Speaker: Sarah Buxton

Sarah Buxton specialises in acting exclusively for dentists, dental practice owners and dental managers in all aspects of HR and employment law, and is a Director at FTA Law. Sarah advises dental practices to make sure areas are correctly dealt with, from making changes to employment contracts to managing maternity and sickness absence. Sarah also has in-depth knowledge of working under an NHS contract and how this affects the employment relationship in a dental practice.
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