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CBCT small volume reporting masterclass

Event Type
BDA TRAINING
Event Subject
Clinical
Topics
Development Outcomes (A, C, D)
Topic Groups (Education & Development, Ethics and Regulation, Radiology)
Date
Saturday 12 October 2019 - Saturday 16 November 2019
Time
09:00 - 16:30
Venue
British Dental Association
Address
64 Wimpole Street, LONDON, W1G 8YS, England
Speakers
Shanon Patel, Simon Harvey
Booking Fees
  • Essential Member: £950.00
  • Expert Member: £950.00
  • Extra Member: £950.00
  • Senior member: £950.00
  • Non member: £1100.00
  • Student member: £950.00

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CBCT small volume reporting masterclass

 

This masterclass has now sold out. Please email susie.mulcahy@bda.org to register your interest in case of any cancellations. Further masterclass dates will be announced soon.

 

A unique hands-on masterclass designed for clinicians who wish to excel and become competent in the justification, optimisation and reporting of small field of view CBCT.

Saturday 12 October and Saturday 16 November 2019  |  London

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Learning objectives

  • Compare 2D conventional radiographs and 3D CBCT imaging
  • Gain the skills needed to justify, take and interpret CBCT scans for the different dental disciplines
  • Write actionable CBCT reports.

Requirements:

  • This is a practical computer-based course. An intermediate level of computer literacy is required.
  • This BDA masterclass builds on previous basic knowledge (e.g. IRMER), which delegates are strongly advised to have completed.

Features of the course

  • Each delegate will be provided with a computer for hands-on component on course days
  • After the first face-to-face day delegates will prepare reports in their own time for assessment by the faculty
  • Delegates will present a case to the group on the second face-to-face day
  • Limited number of delegates to ensure maximise interface with faculty
  • Multi-disciplinary faculty including experienced radiologists, endodontists and oral surgeons.

Course format

The course contains 21 hours of verifiable CPD in a blended learning format to ensure it suits all learning styles and can fit around busy clinical practice.

  • Pre-course foundation: Delegat`es will receive a pre-course literature pack (3 hours)
  • Day 1: Saturday 12 October: One-day seminar and hands-on reporting (6 hours)
  • Self-directed reporting exercises: provided by the faculty to complete in your own time (8 hours - eight exercises on USB key with enclosed software, each takes one hour)
  • Day 2: Saturday 16 November: Case presentation of CBCT reports by the delegates and reflection. Feedback from the faculty on the reporting exercises prepared by the delegates. (BDA HQ, London) (4 hours). 

Speakers 

Simon Harvey.png Simon Harvey,Consultant in Dental and Maxillofacial Radiology, Honorary Lecturer, King's College London Dental Institute


Simon works at Guy's Hospital, London and Queen Victoria Hospital, Sussex. His clinical practice and research interests are dentoalveolar CBCT and salivary gland interventional radiology.

He has an interest in medicolegal disputes and he is published in several peer review journals and books. He is a passionate educator to undergraduates at KCL and post-graduate audiences around the world in person and online.

shanon.png Shanon Patel, Consultant Endodontist and Senior Lecturer in Endodontics, King's College London Dental Institute and Specialist Practice

Shanon Patel divides his time between working in a large multi-disciplinary specialist practice in central London and teaching future Specialist Endodontists in the Postgraduate Unit at King's College London Dental Institute.

His PhD thesis assessed the use of CBCT in the management of endodontic problems. Shanon is actively involved in research, and has co-supervised over 40 Masters and PhD students. Primary research interests reflect some of the interesting challenges he faces in everyday clinical practice and include survival of teeth, managing dental trauma, microbiology and CBCT in endodontics. As a result he regularly lectures on these topics both nationally and internationally.

Shanon has been the lead author of National (FGDP, Royal College of Surgeons) and European (ESE) guidelines on dental imaging in endodontics.

In addition, he has published over 70 papers in peer reviewed scientific journals and co-edited 4 textbooks; 'Principles of Endodontics' is now in its second edition, and is a very popular undergraduate endodontic textbook, 'Pitt Ford's Problem Based Learning in Endodontics' was one of the first PBL textbooks in our specialty. 'Cone Beam CT in Endodontics' is now recognized as the reference guide for small field, high resolution CBCT in Endodontics. These books have been translated into 5 different languages.

AJ.jpg AJ Ray-Chaudhuri, Consultant in Restorative Dentistry, Specialist in Endodontics, Periodontics and Prosthodontics

AJ shares his time between his NHS Consultant role, Specialist referral practice and working as an independent Expert Witness. He is a member of the Royal Colleges of Surgeons' of Edinburgh and a fellow of the Royal College of Surgeon's of England. AJ is an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and has been placing and restoring implants for 10 years. 

Louise.jpg Louise Ormondroyd, Consultant in Oral Surgery, Guy's Hospital, London 

Louise's interests include multi-disciplinary team approach to managing patients with hypodontia and patients undergoing oncology treatment and subsequent complications (such as MRONJ and ORN). Louise has a diploma in conscious sedation and is an examiner for the LDS exam at the Royal College of Surgeons.

Andrew.jpg Andrew Dawood, Specialist in Periodontics and Prosthodontics, Dawood & Tanner Dental Practice, London

Andrew limits his practice to implant dentistry. He is also an Honorary Consultant at University College Hospital London where he carries out complex reconstructions for severe trauma and oncology patients.

One of the earliest advocates of CBCT, in 2006 he was the first to bring the technology to the UK. Andrew  co-authored the European Academy of Osseointegration guidelines in 2011. He is active in research and development in specialist implant manufacture and in 3D imaging and 3D printing, making extensive use of the latest digital technologies in his day to day implant practice.

Andrew is also Clinical Director of Cavendish Imaging, a CBCT and medical modelling facility, and the founder of Digits2Widgets, a 3D printing studio.

Accreditation

21 hours verifiable CPD

The training course meets the educational criteria set by the GDC for Verifiable CPD and is certified by the British Dental Association.

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Fees

​BDA Member: £950.00

Non Member: ​£1100.00 ​Registered Postgraduates: £950.00

 

The fee includes refreshments, a standing buffet lunch and all course documentation.

Cancellation policy

 

Cancellations received 29 days or more prior to an event will be entitled to a 100% credit voucher or refund. Cancellations received between 15 days and 28 days (inclusive) prior to the event will receive a 100% credit voucher to attend a future BDA event or a 75% refund. For cancellations received between 1 day and 14 days (inclusive) prior to the event, no credit voucher or refund will be given. Failure to attend the event on the day will constitute late cancellation and no credit voucher or refund will be given.

Substitutions are welcome at any time if they qualify for the same delegate rate or cheaper. Substitutions for attendees who qualify for a higher delegate rate should pay the difference.  

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