Achieving high standards in Infection Control
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Achieving high standards in infection control
Friday 8 September 2017
(Alternative date: Friday 3 March 2017)
British Dental Association
64 Wimpole Street
London W1G 8YS
Implement safe and realistic infection control procedures.
The dental profession has experienced a period of rapid change in infection control requirements following the introduction in England of HTM 01-05 and the Code of Practice on preventing and controlling infections. Learn from industry experts on how these requirements affect
your practice and how to ensure compliance. This one day course will demonstrate both essential and best practice in managing infection control.
- Understand the origins of infection control dento-legal problems and how they can be prevented
- Be familiar with standard practice precautions and measures of personal protection for all members of the dental team
- Know how to maintain high standards of decontamination and comply with HTM 01-05 and CQC requirements
- Gain tips to improve the safe management of healthcare waste in your practice.
This training course meets the educational criteria set by the GDC for 5 hours of core verifiable CPD and is certified by the British Dental Association.
About the speakers
|||Paul Jenkins, Decontamination Manager, North Bristol NHS Trust|
Paul initially trained as a service and test engineer of autoclaves for acute hospitals and pharmaceutical companies. After a number of years Paul then joined Eastwood Park Training Centre as a tutor within the 'decontamination' department, teaching and lecturing to various disciplines involved in re-usable medical device decontamination. In 2007 Paul joined the NHS and is now the Decontamination Manager for North Bristol NHS Trust; as such Paul manages both Frenchay and Southmead Sterile Service Departments and advises the Trust on decontamination policies and protocols. Paul also continues to train and present on decontamination issues to all levels of personnel involved in medical device decontamination.
|||Caroline Pankhurst, Senior Specialist Clinical Teacher, King's College London Dental Institute|
Caroline is a dentist and is actively involved in postgraduate dental education and training at King's College London Dental Institute. She is a freelance infection control consultant to Southwark, Lambeth and Lewisham PCTs and Southern Health Board, Northern Ireland. She is a member of Decontamination in Primary Care committee at the Department of Health.
|||Edward Sinclair, Practice Management Consultant (Health and Safety), BDA |
Edward Sinclair is a dually qualified dentist and microbiologist. His final year dissertation was on Hepatitis B, a dentally relevant topic. Utilising his experience of working in NHS and private practice Dr Sinclair is currently engaged as a specialist advisor in the BDA Health and Safety Team. Edward advises members on all aspects of health and safety law, infection control and decontamination requirements. He has a particular interest in the issues facing young dentists in terms of employment and is also studying for a Masters in Public Health.
|||Brian Westbury, Senior Dento-legal Adviser, Dental Protection Ltd |
Brian Westbury was an experienced general dental practitioner who has worked in both the health service and private sectors. He has served on most of the important national and local dental committees. Brian is currently a trustee of the Dentists' Health Support Trust. He has worked for the last few years as a senior-dentolegal advisor at Dental Protection Ltd dealing with UK and international cases. He lectures to students, practitioners and Health Authorities on dento-legal and risk management subjects. He has a wide knowledge of the regulations both of the NHS and the GDC. Brian has degrees in dentistry, psychology, and law.
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Due to unforeseen circumstances, the programme may change and the BDA reserves the right to cancel the event or alter the venue and/or speakers.
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