PATIENT SAFETY ON-LINE SURVEY AMONG INDIAN DENTISTS
Patient safety is a fundamental principle of health care, in fact patient safety, medical error and adverse event reporting is becoming a major issue in health care systems across the world. This survey is done in collaboration with Global Child Dental Fund, King’s College London and HPGDC, Shimla, India. This survey aims to gather vital information about what the dental community in India consider as important in terms of patient safety for their country.
You can take part in this survey by completing the survey questionnaire below which will take about 5-10 minutes.
Please complete the on-line survey questionnaire by Clicking On This Link
Please note the deadline for completing the questionnaire is 20th December 2013.
We will give away 10 copies of the 'Indian Health Professionals Around the World - A Common Agenda' books to the lucky winners who participate in our Indemnity survey, personally signed by Professor Raman Bedi, Chairman of the Global Child Dental Fund at King's College London.
Additionally, if you have any comments/concerns on any aspect of this survey, please contact Professor Raman Bedi (Former Chief Dental Officer – England; Chairman, Gobal Child Dental Fund and Head, Centre for International Child Oral Health, King’s College London) directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. Or Dr.Ajay Mahajan (Assistant Professor, Department of Periodontics,HPGDC,Shimla,India,Commonwealth Scholar at King’s College London,U.K. at email@example.com)