Assessing the impact of litigation and oral surgery (because the tooth hurts…)
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|Wednesday 6 May 2020|
British Dental Association
64 Wimpole Street, London W1G 8YS
18:00 Sign in, buffet and exhibition
19:00 Lecture 1
20:00 Lecture 2
If you have pre-registered and have not arrived by 18:45, your place may be offered to someone else.
All delegates that have not pre-booked a place may register on the door from 18:45 to 18:55 if last minute places are available.
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Late comers will not be admitted after 19:00, as this compromises the validity of CPD on offer. Please allow plenty of time to travel to avoid disappointment.
|Branch / Section||Metropolitan Branch|
BDA members - Free
Non-members - £50
Dental care professionals - £50
|Aims||Help dentists consider pitfalls in oral surgery that lead to conflict with patients and|
- Consider the evidence available for litigious behaviours within oral surgery
- Explore factors influenced by clinicians in affecting detrimental outcomes
- Examine cases from clinical and legal perspectives
|Learning content||Examination of the evidence available regarding litigation in oral surgery. Case based discussion.|
|Development outcome||A and D|
Specialist Oral Surgeon supporting IMOS in Wessex: special interests in Clinical Leadership, Implantology and aesthetic medicine
NHSE Clinical Entrepreneur
Consultant Oral Surgeon Care UK Royal South Hants Hospital
Clinical Advisor AHSN Wessex
Beyond developing himself as a specialist in the field of Oral
Surgery, Sami is one of the few dentists who has undertaken formal
training in Clinical Leadership and management and has worked across
regional and national levels supporting the development of dental
commissioning and education projects.
His progression at Masters level has lead him to supervising and
examining at a postgraduate level and his interests in innovation in
healthcare allowed him to take part in the first cohort of dentists on
the NHS Clinical Entrepreneur programme.
Sami has memberships with the RCS Edinburgh and has completed the
Tri-Collegiate RCS Diploma in Oral Surgery in 2016. He holds Masters
degrees in Aesthetic Dentistry from King’s College London (2015) and
Skin Ageing and Aesthetic Medicine from Manchester (2018). He has held a
Fellowship with HEE in Clinical Leadership and is one of the few UK
dentists to have held an ITI implant scholarship. He has held positions
within several committees in the BDA and RSM where he proactively
supports the profession in a range of areas.
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