Health care dentistry

A journey from care homes to dentistry and lessons learned along the way

Matt Hadman CQC, Practice Management Leave a Comment

Following a 10-year career in healthcare – particularly managing both NHS and private services for those with learning disabilities or terminal illnesses, Matt Hadman made the move into dentistry. Here, he discusses how his experiences helped him when he became a practice manager and in his latest role supporting dental teams…

How to demonstrate good leadership

Nicki Rowland explains how to be a good leader and how to evidence this in a CQC inspection.

Practice Plan CQC, Podcasts Leave a Comment

In this episode of bodcast Nicki Rowland looks at why leadership in your dental practice is more important than ever. As the CQC will be focusing heavily on the Well-led KLOE in 2018, the requirement to demonstrate great leadership is in the spotlight. Nicki offers advice about the best way to approach being a good leader to benefit your practice …

Bulletproof HR advice for your practice

Bulletproof HR advice for your practice

Sarah Buxton HR and Team Development, Practice Management Leave a Comment

HR and employment law Solicitor, Sarah Buxton, is the latest expert in dentistry to share her expertise and advice with practice managers and business owners. The age-old phrase ‘prevention is better than cure’ has no better use than here. If you’re a practice manager or business owner, having to recruit a new member of staff or let go of a …

How to stay on the right side of employment law and the CQC

Practice Plan CQC, HR and Team Development, Podcasts, Practice Management Leave a Comment

In today’s Bodcast Sheila Scott, Nicki Rowland and Sarah Buxton discuss the best ways for practices to avoid employment law issues and CQC failures by recognising the importance of staff training and communication. They offer a range of practical advice on how to tackle poor performance, attitude or behaviour and an insight into why some dental practices are failing their …

Planning for the future: Sara Hurley speaks out

Planning for the future: the CDO speaks out…

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On 12th June, the Chief Dental Officer (CDO) for England, Sara Hurley, brought together key stakeholders in dentistry to be transparent about the department’s work, to open the lines of communication, and to support efforts to improve oral health on a national basis.