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07 June 2013 Registration 09.00 hrs.
This one day meeting is presented by Dr Roy Dookin, a GDP with a special interest in the dental management of snoring and obstructive sleep apnoea, and also, by Mr Adrian Zacher who is a dental technician.
14 June 2013 Registration 09.30hrs.
This all day lecture will be presented by Professor Avijit Banerjee & Dr Rebecca Moazzez. both from King's College, London. Avijit is a Consultant in Cariology & Operative Dentistry/Hon. Consultant in Restorative Dentistry at King's.
Rebecca treats patients with complicated restorative needs & lectures both nationally and internationally. This lecture day is most suitable for dentists.
19 June 2013 to 21 June 2013
The objective of the course is to understand the concept and principles of primary and secondary assessment; how to establish priorities (triage); how to initiate primary and secondary management; demonstrate the skills necessary to assess and manage critically ill patients.
21 June 2013 Registration 09.00
This one day course is given by Dr Peter Galgut, a practicing Periodontist in North West London and is a world renowned lecturer. The aim of this lecture is to give a better understanding of periodontal diseases with practical advice on effective monitoring & management of periodontal diseases in clinical practice.
26 June 2013 08:45
A study day for GPs, Primary Care Practitioners, Hospital Medical and Nursing Staff and Allied Health Professionals
10 August 2013
This is a one day course for Clinical Oncology, Dermatology trainees, and Radiographers which includes concise lectures on the principles of skin cancer management, management of difficult cases and practice sessions, mould room and treatment machine sessions and PACES model mock examination for FRCR part II candidates.
27 September 2013 to 28 September 2013
2 full day Minor Surgery Course
23 October 2013 to 25 October 2013
This 3 day course is intended for trainees and is a mandatory requirement for entry into ST3. The course meets the requirements of the mandatory course specified in module 5 of the logbook in the Training Portfolio. F1/F2s with a career interest in O & G are encouraged to apply.