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Educational aims of this juce

This online learning module has clear and concise aims, objectives and anticipated outcomes, listed below. These will appear on the Dentaljuce CPD Certificate, along with the time spent, dates, and detailed topics you studied within the module. Certificates can be printed at any time, covering any range of dates. Dentaljuce CPD complies with the UK GDC's requirements for verifiable continuing professional development.

Your Professional Development Plan (PDP)

Regulatory authorities recommend that CPD/CE is undertaken based on learning needs that you have identified and entered into your PDP. Some authorities may not accept your CPD as verifiable unless it has been identified in the PDP before you undertake it.

Before starting this module, check that the learning outcomes are what you require, and that you have entered the need into your PDP. Here is an example PDP entry for this module.
 
What development needs have I? How will I address them? Target completion date Outcomes Date
Completed
To update myself with the rules and regulations regarding patient records Take the Dentaljuce Record Keeping module.   • have knowledge of the legal aspects of record keeping, and the requirements of regulatory authorities.
• understand what constitutes a record.
• understand what is required for a "good" record, and what the features are of a bad one.
• understand entitlement to access patient records, and when they can be disposed.
 

Aim
The aim of the learning and teaching materials in this Dentaljuce module is to allow learners to develop their professional knowledge, understanding and competence in the field of clinical record keeping, in line with their identified personal learning requirements. 

Module objective
• To update the dental professional with the rules and regulations regarding patient records. 

Anticipated learning outcomes:
The learner will:
• have knowledge of the legal aspects of record keeping, and the requirements of regulatory authorities.
• understand what constitutes a record.
• understand what is required for a "good" record, and what the features are of a bad one.
• understand entitlement to access patient records, and when they can be disposed.
• through achieving these outcomes provide an improved level of service to their patients.

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