Webinar - Communicating for Consent

Join us for a 1 hour online webinar to help communicate with patients regarding informed consent.

 

To be done well, consent is so much more than a signature on a form. In this lecture, you will learn practical skills in communication to ensure that you and your patient are aligned, and your consent is robust.

Topics to be covered include:

  • Identify the building blocks of consent
  • Craft a message that will be understood and remembered
  • Demonstrate that you have listened to your patient
  • Create records that stand up to scrutiny
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About our speaker:

 

Dr Elizabeth Milford

Dr Elizabeth Milford is a thought leader in the area of patient centred care and clinical communication. By integrating her experiences in the corporate world with lessons from mentoring dental practitioners for over 20 years, she brings a unique perspective to clinical practice.  Dr Milford is a lecturer, a professional mentor, and the Professional and Academic Relations Consultant to Oral-B Australia and New Zealand.

 

 


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Webinar Times:

NSW, ACT, VIC, TAS - 8pm
SA - 7.30 pm
QLD - 7:00pm
NT -
6.30 pm 
WA - 5pm

 

Registration cost:

DHAA Members: Webinar registration is free for all categories of DHAA membership. 
Non members: registration is available for non members at a cost of $40 per attendee. 

 

Webinar link

All attendees will be emailed the link to join 24hrs before the webinar starts and again 1 hour before the webinar starts. If you have not received the email by those times we ask that you please log into your profile and ensure you have registered for the event correctly, and check your junk/ spam mail. If you still can't find the link please contact us prior to the event and we will assist.

 

When
13/03/2024 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM
AUS Eastern Daylight Time
Online registration not available.
 

Not a DHAA Member?

You can still attend our events by creating a purchase account at the link above. This will be a non-member account where you can register for events and track your event registrations. It does not allow you access to member benefits or the members portal, these are only accessible by joining as a DHAA member.

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