Friday, 14 September - 2:30pm
Practice teams want confidence their Infection Prevention and Control processes are compliant and best practice to enhance public safety. This can be achieved by clarifying what the correct procedures and processes are and learning how to implement these strategies back at the practice. This presentation will highlight the key Infection Control areas within a practice, reveal the common opportunities for improvement and discuss some straightforward strategies to manage them.
Saturday, 15 September - 9:00am
What’s the difference between an accredited and a non-accredited practice? With over 650 dental practices now accredited in the ACT and NSW, it may be time to find out what it’s all about. In this presentation, Kylie Robb will reveal some interesting statistics on compliance variation between accredited and non-accredited practices, she will get straight to the point to describe what you need to know, how long the process should take and how to get started. The benefits for accreditation are real, see the evidence for yourself.
Kylie has a keen interest in simplifying regulatory and compliance systems and processes for dental practices. Through her role as ADA NSW’s Infection Control Consultant, Kylie has visited over 100 dental practices supporting members to ensure their processes are best practice through the Onsite Infection Control Review service. Kylie has a Master of Health Services Management in Clinical Leadership, she is a Gold Standard Hand Hygiene Compliance Auditor and Assessor and was formally recognised as a 2015 HESTA Primary Health Care ‘Young Leader’ Award finalist for her innovative support framework that has seen over 600 dental practices achieve accreditation for the first time.