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Posted -  09/12/2014  :  10:20:37
The General Dental Council (GDC) is consulting on draft new statutory rules regarding registrants' indemnity arrangements. The proposed rules cover the information that dentists and dental care professionals applying for registration or restoration, or seeking to renew their registration, will need to provide to the GDC about their indemnity arrangements. The requirement for GDC registrants to have indemnity has been in place for many years. It is set out in the 'Standards for the Dental Team' as something that is expected of GDC registrants. The consultation is open from 8 December 2014 - 9 January 2015 and you can respond here: www.gdc-uk.org/GDCcalendar/Consultations/Pages/The-consultation-on-the-General-Dental-Council-(Indemnity-Arrangements)-(Dentists-and-Dental-Care-Professionals)-Rules-Orde.aspx. The GDC's priority is that patients who suffer damage should be able to recover any money they might be entitled to through compensation, in the event of a successful claim


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dbrdhuk
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Posted - 31/01/2015 : 17:18:02
So how many cases are there where there is no indemnity?

They assume we work according to the laws in other respects - why pick on this? Not that it really bothers me... 


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