An update on Paediatric Dental Trauma (OX110324WEB)

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NHSE WT&E Protocol Remote Learning 2023

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DescriptionThis short webinar looks at how to manage Paediatric Trauma, treatment options and when and what to refer. Suitable for the entire dental practice team, this course meets GDC Development outcomes A, B, C & D.
Additional information

Eleni graduated from Athens Dental School, Greece. After her graduation, she worked in a private practice, limited to paediatric dentistry, for two years before moving to UK to complete her Master of Science in Paediatric Dentistry at Leeds Dental Institute. Eleni became a Fellow of the Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Canada (Paediatric Dentistry) in 2000. A GDC registered Specialist in Paediatric Dentistry and currently working as a Specialist Paediatric Dentist in Bucks CDS, she is the lead for the Paediatric Dental General Anaesthetic list, the Paediatric Safeguarding lead for Bucks CDS, the Deputy chair for the Thames Valley Special Care and Paediatric Dentistry MCN and the Education supervisor for a Specialty Registrar in Paediatric Dentistry. Eleni is the Specialist Paediatric Dentist at Bourne End Dental Practice, where she treats paediatric patients with advanced dental needs including those who require treatment under sedation. Eleni worked as a part time Specialist Clinical Lecturer at the Department of Paediatric Dentistry at Kings and Guys Dental Institute and is an active member of the British Society of Paediatric Dentistry, the European Academy of Paediatric Dentistry, and the International Association of Paediatric Dentistry. When not at work, Eleni loves being with the family (including Patch, the family’s dog), reading a good book, listening to good music, walking and experimenting with cooking ( trying any recipe across the world that seems interesting but with not always successful outcomes).

*Suitable for the Dental Team. This webinar delivered via MS Teams, joining instructions will be sent to you at least 24 hours before the course starts. *Please log in early to check Link & your IT supports MS Teams, and with microphone's off but your camera's on (blur or upload a background of your choice for privacy). Sign in using your Deanery/Maxcourse registered name - it helps us to confirm your attendance. Log onto to Webinar from 12:50. Please contact the organising Tutor (Amanda Evans 07917 580686/ with any questions prior to the webinar as due to the short nature of the course the opportunity to ask questions/interact with the speaker on the day can be limited. The programme will start promptly at 13:00 finishing by 14:30. *PLEASE CHECK YOUR JUNK FOLDER FOR THE WEB LINK, PARTICULARLY IF YOU HAVE A HOTMAIL ACCOUNT.

VenueWebinar, Webinar Tutorial, Oxford - Oxfordshire  View details
Date & timeMonday 11 March 2024, 13:00 to 14:30
LecturerDr Eleni Verykaki  View details
Target audience

Recommended to all

Development outcomeA, B, C, D
Course styleLecture
Core topicNo core topic
CPD hours1:30

To discuss how to manage paediatric dental trauma

  • To review aetiology of trauma
  • To discuss the different types of dento-alveolar injuries
  • To review treatment options and outcomes
  • To discuss cases and scenarios
Learning outcomes

By the end of the session, the participants should be able to know:

  • How to diagnose and differentiate several types of dental trauma,
  • How to plan appropriate treatment immediate and long term, including reviews
  • To discuss long term outcomes and what to look out for
  • How to access the relevant guidelines and other important resources