Medical Problems in Dentistry
Fee: £300 + VAT
CPD: 6.5 Enhanced CPD
GDC Development Outcomes: – B, C and D
Aimed at: Dental Team
Lunch and Refreshments are included
Aim & Objectives
- Discuss common medical disorders
- Explore how these conditions are treated
- Reflect on the impact of these conditions on proposed treatment plans
- Understand how dental treatment may impact on the underlying medical conditions
- Be aware of the expected management of these conditions in the emergency situation.
Anticipated Learning Outcomes
Following the session, the delegates will be able to:
- Be able to carry out a risk assess the impact these conditions may or may not have on the planned dental treatment and outcome
- Be able to predict the impact the dental treatment may have upon the medical condition
- Be able to manage these conditions if they become an emergency
We have been running “Medical Problems in Dentistry” course for last 3 years and so far had 300 plus delegates on this course alone. The most common feedback we have is that the study day was not long enough and it should be 2-3 days event.
After listening to your feedback, we have decided to run this course in new format to give you in depth knowledge on various topics in medicine that has profound impact on dentistry and vice-versa.
On day 1 and part of day 2, we will discuss 6 common medical disorder impacting our body system ( cardiovascular, blood, respiratory, gastrointestinal, endocrine & neurological) and explore pharmacology, medicine & relevant drugs as we go along. This will enable you to risk asses and manage those risk appropriately to avoid any complications further down the line.
We will spend day 2 afternoon learning about expected management of these conditions in the emergency situation (Medical Emergencies and Resuscitation) (2.5 hours) and Oral Cancer (1 hour) will also be covered on that day.
This event will be highly interactive, plenary of questions and answers and in-depth discussions based on real possible scenario in general dental practice. The day will be relevant to all members of the team and we encourage team attending together to create good protocol for your practice.
Please note we are registering for VAT now and will be applicable for all bookings after 31 July 2019. If you book this course now, it’s £250 for 2 days (vs £360 after 1st August).
Professor St. John Crean
BDS MBBS FDSRCS FFGDP(UK)
FRCS FRCS(OMFS) PHD
PRO VICE-CHANCELLOR (CLINICAL, HEALTH AND RESEARCH)
Pro Vice-Chancellor (Clinical, Health and Research) at the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) following previous posts of Executive Dean of Faculty of Clinical and Biomedical Sciences, Director of Dental Research and Knowledge Transfer from October 2009, Dean of the School of Postgraduate Medical and Dental Education in Jan 2010 and Dean of School of Medicine and Dentistry in July 2013. As well as Undergraduate and Postgraduate Dentistry, StJohn is also responsible for the MB BS Programme which has been recruiting for September 2015.
Consultant in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon at Blackpool Victoria Hospitals trust and an Honorary Consultant at University of Morecambe Bay Hospitals Foundation Trust, subsequent to previous 2 year post of Associate Director of Undergraduate Dental Studies and Year 3 Lead at Peninsula Dental School.
Specialising in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery and has secured posts of Senior Lecturer in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at University of Cardiff School of Dentistry prior to Professor of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at Queen Marys, Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry in 2003. Appointed in 2005 as Consultant in Oral Maxillofacial Surgery to North Glamorgan NHS Trust to include NHS duties at Royal Glamorgan and Prince Charles Hospitals and an Honorary Professorship at University of Cardiff School of Dentistry.
Currently the Robert Bradlaw advisor in the Faculty of Dental Surgery at the Royal College of Surgeons of England and Editor in Chief of the Faculty Dental Journal (FDJ). Previously President of the Northwest Branch of the British Dental Association but remains Chairman of the Fylde Section
StJohn holds numerous examiner-ships at home and abroad advising on the establishment of many dental undergraduate and postgraduate courses and has research interests in the role of oral bacteria in systemic disease and the biology of stem cells derived from dental pulp.
Prof Crean is our solo spear on “How medical conditions influence dental treatment outcome in general dental practice?” course.
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