Quality in Orthodontics through Audit and Peer Review (NW190323A)

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DescriptionOrthodontic audit and peer review study day. Topics will include issues of consent and communication with Orthodontic Patients, as well as clinical management of difficult cases.
Additional information

This annual Quality in Orthodontics meeting is for Orthodontic consultants and specialists, GDPs providing orthodontic services, Orthodontic therapists, and Dental Nurses working in practices and hospital units providing orthodontic care.

*Practitioners are asked to bring records of 2 difficult orthodontic cases they would like to discuss with colleagues, and be prepared to share with colleagues a recent orthodontic audit carried out in their practice or unit.*

Attendance at the meeting will satisfy the requirement for all LSCOCN clinical members to attend at least one LOCN meeting a year.

Registration begins at 9:30am




Non NHS DCP £20

Non NHS GDP £40


A selection of vegetarian/non vegetarian options will be made available, however please be aware that we are unable to cater for special dietary requirements such as Gluten Free, Nut Allergy, Vegan. We therefore suggest that delegates bring their own food if you have a specialist requirement.

VenueMacdonald Tickled Trout Hotel, Preston - Lancashire  View details
Date & timeSaturday 23 March 2019, 10:00 to 16:00
LecturersDr Joanna Dancer & TBC  View details
Target audienceRecommended to all
Development outcomeA, C
Course styleWorkshop
Core topic Not a core topic
CateringRefreshments and Lunch
CPD hours4:30

This session aims for delegates to:

  • share best practice and experience relating to the provision of Orthodontic Treatment.
  • discuss issues relating to quality in Orthodontic practice and how this can be effectively measured.
  • review peer practice of difficult clinical orthodontic cases and other relevant orthodontic issues.
  • Ensure compliance with GDC and LT recommendations for Peer Review and Audit.
  • Encourage peer group discussion to improve the quality of orthodontic services provided.
Learning outcomes

Following this session, delegates will have:

  • knowledge of up to date clinical practice and practice management in orthodontics
  • Awareness of clinical management issues for difficult and complex orthodontic cases.