Human Resources


The User’s page helps Practices to see the list of their employee’s details corresponding to each practice that they work out of. The additional information like their GDC No. and the GDC status, email and the user status is provided in the table format.

Through the User’s page, the company admin can also modify, delete and view the personal documents uploaded for the employee. The edit feature allows the user to modify the basic information about the employee and change their status to active or inactive. The primary practice branch can also be added or removed from the edit user information page.

Add New User:

The Dentist, Hygienist and Nurse should always have their GDC No. in order to register with DPP. Other personnel can be added into DPP without the GDC No, but once they are added in, then a GDC number is auto generated within the DPP system. The person with the same email address on Company A can be invited to join Company B once with the help of their GDC number.

Human Resource

Types of Users

  • Company Admin
  • Practice Managers
  • Dentist
  • Hygienist
  • Nurse


  • Trainee-Nurse
  • Accountant
  • Receptionist
  • Staff
Human Resource

Users Documents

The User document is the overall user document guide for the different users and their roles. This clearly states the list of documents that they have and haven’t uploaded into DPP.

The details of the practice, the user role and the user name along with the document category and subcategory is displayed against each status.

Manage User Role

Manage User Role is mainly designed to customise the privileges for each employee. The Practices can amend the rights of each user and their role. The filter option is available with fields like company, practice, roles and username.

The data is selected and the rights and responsibilities can be selected in the relevant checkbox.

Manage User Role
Manage Role Templates

Role Templates

Role Templates are very similar to manage roles, but the only difference is with the group setting. Instead of being user specific, it is role focused.

The privilege settings can be enabled/disabled based on the user role in the organisation.