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Evdokia Papagalani

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Registration Number:
Registered with Conditions
Registrant Type:
First registered on:
07 Dec 2012
Current period of registration from:
07 Dec 2012 until: 31 Dec 2024
First Registered on:
11 Jul 2012
Current period of registration from:
11 Jul 2012 until: 31 Dec 2024
DipDS Athens 1986
Conditions from:
13 Jan 2024 until: 12 Jan 2025
1. She must notify the GDC within 7 days of any post she accepts for which GDC registration is required, and the Commissioning Body on whose Dental Performers List she is included. 2. If employed, she must, within 7 days, provide contact details of her employer and allow the GDC to exchange information with her employer or any contracting body for which she provides dental services. 3. She must inform the GDC within 7 days of any formal or informal disciplinary proceedings taken against her, from the date of this determination. 4. She must inform the GDC within 7 days of any complaints made against her from the date these conditions take effect. 5. She must inform the GDC within 7 days from the date of application, if she applies for dental employment outside the UK. 6. She must not work as a locum or undertake any out-of-hours work or on-call duties. 7. At any time, she is employed, or providing dental services, which require her to be registered with the GDC; she must place herself and remain under the supervision* of a workplace supervisor nominated by her and agreed by the GDC. The workplace supervisor shall be a GDC registered dentist at the same level or higher. 8. She must present the workplace supervisor with a copy of this determination and a copy of the papers before this Committee, suitably anonymised. She must provide evidence to the GDC that she has done so within 7 days. 9. She must permit the GDC and the workplace supervisor to exchange information. 10. She must provide reports from her workplace supervisor to the GDC every 3 months and at least 14 days prior to any review. The reports will address, but not be limited to, the following concerns: • Pre-treatment assessments • Radiographic practice • Treatment planning • Treatment plans and options • Informed consent throughout treatment • Record keeping • Communication with patients 11. She shall carry out audits of the areas in condition 10 above. The results of these audits must be signed by her workplace Supervisor and discussed at meetings with her workplace supervisor. The audits must be submitted to the GDC every three months and, at least 14 days in advance of any review hearing. 12. She must allow the GDC to exchange information with her employer or any organisation for which she is contracted to provide dental services, and her workplace supervisor referred to in these conditions. 13. She must inform within one week, the following parties that her registration is subject to the conditions, listed at (1) to (12), above: • Any organisation or person employing or contracting with her to undertake dental work. • Any prospective employer (at the time of application). • The Commissioning Body in whose Dental Performers List she is included, or seeking inclusion (at the time of application). 14. She must permit the GDC to disclose the above conditions, (1) to (13), to any person requesting information about her registration status. *Supervised The registrant’s day to day work must be supervised by a person who is registered with the GDC in their category of the register or above. The supervisor need not work at the same practice as the registrant, but must make themselves available to provide advice or assistance should they be required. The registrant’s work must be reviewed at least once fortnightly by the supervisor via one to one meetings and case-based discussion. These fortnightly meetings must be focused on all areas of concern identified by the conditions/undertakings. These meetings should take place face to face however, as a minimum, at least one of the two meetings must be face to face per month.
Registration History:
At a review hearing on 6 September 2023, the Interim Orders Committee continued the conditions on Ms Papagalani's registration for the remainder of the 12 months High Court Extension Order. The order was originally imposed on 13 October 2021 for 15 months. On 5 January 2023 the High Court extended the order for 12 months. On 5 January 2024 the High Court extended the order again for a further 12 months. This will be reviewed in 6 months.