Oral cancer - identify, refer, prevent
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Oral cancer - Identify, refer and prevent
Friday 3 November 2017 | London
Understand current treatments and how you can improve management of patients who've been previously treated.
The number of cases of oral cancer across the UK continues to increase with latest figures showing that more than 7,500 new cases were diagnosed last year *. Early detection is key and can improve chances of survival. A growing number of patients are accusing their dentist of missing the signs and taking legal action. This one-day course helps define the dental team's duty of care, offering information and advice on how to manage oral cancer effectively and sensitively.
*Data from British Dental Health Foundation 2016
- Improve your knowledge of the prevention and detection of oral cancer, including what to look out for, and when, and how to respond
- Adopt an approach to oral cancer detection that is consistent with current medico-legal advice
- Be able to carry out a thorough examination with knowledge of the signs and symptoms
- Know the criteria for referral following NICE guidelines
- Understand the current treatments
- See how the whole dental team can successfully implement a management strategy for oral cancer
- Gain advice on the management of patients who have been previously treated for oral cancer.
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|Non Member: £195.00||DCPs: £95.00|
The fee includes refreshments, a standing buffet lunch and all course documentation.
Arpan Tahim, Registrar in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery,University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Arpan is an oral and maxillofacial surgery trainee based at University College London Hospital. He studied medicine at Imperial College London and dentistry at King's College London. He has a keen interest in academic surgical education and has recently authored a book highlighting key OMFS presentations for general practitioners in the UK.
Sarah Orr, Lead Macmillan Head & Neck C N S, University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Sarah Orr is the Lead Macmillan Head and Neck Clinical Nurse Specialist working across both surgery and oncology. She has worked in head and neck cancer since 2006 with a two year break to establish a service providing cancer nursing to patients in the community in Suffolk.
Dr Andrew J. S. Dawood, MRD RCS(Eng.) MSc BDS(Lon.), Specialist in Periodontics and Prosthodontics
Andrew devotes his time to implant dentistry as part of the multidisciplinary team at the Dawood and Tanner Dental Practice. He is active in research and development in specialist implant manufacture and in 3D imaging and 3D printing. Andrew is an Honorary Consultant at University College Hospital London and The Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, working with oncology patients who have undergone extensive resection or patients who have experienced trauma.
Utilising the latest technology to plan and implement both simple and advanced reconstructions, working in close conjunction with GDP's, other specialists and laboratory technicians, Andrew particularly enjoys the collaborative aspects of treatment, helping the general dental practitioner to bring the benefits of implant treatments to their patients and their working life.
4 ½ hours 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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