It is well accepted that most clinical mistakes in dentistry and surgery are due to human error. It is often not the technical ability that lets the clinician down, but the non-technical skills needed for situation awareness, decision making, teamworking, communication and task management.
How can learning about these skills improve performance? Can you recognise and manage stress when working? How can good non-technical skills optimise good clinical outcomes and patient safety?
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Elevate the effectiveness of your dental team and dental trainees by teaching them the non-technical cognitive and social skills that underpin individual and team performance. Learn how assessing non-technical skills can support and develop the ability to deliver best practice and safe patient care.
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"I was never taught about the relevance of good non-technical skills for delivering better clinical outcomes and safer patient care. Understanding how situation awareness, decision making, communication, task management, teamworking and managing stress can impact on clinical performance transforms how you work. DeNTS allows dentists and trainees to reflect upon and develop their non-technical skills in a safe environment." - Dr Sarah Manton, FDT Director
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