Multi Topic Day for Technicians & CDTs (NW190119A)

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SubjectMulti topic
DescriptionAn interesting & informative day for Technicians and CDTs which will include peer review.
Additional information

Mark Gilbert - ‘These materials work well in my hands’

Rebecca Taylor - Infection prevention in relation to the manufacture of dental devices

Registration from 9:30am

Catering

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.

VenueSeminar Room 3, Whiston Education, Training & Conference Centre, Whiston - Merseyside  View details
Date & timeSaturday 19 January 2019, 10:00 to 13:00
LecturersMark Gilbert & Dr Rebecca Taylor  View details
Target audienceMandatory: Clinical Dental Technician, or Dental Technician
Development outcomeB, C, D
Course styleWorkshop
Core topicGDC Recommended Topic
CateringRefreshments
CPD hours3:00
Cost£10.00
Aims

‘These materials work well in my hands’

  • To revisit the fundamentals of using dental materials to make of dental devices.

Infection prevention in relation to the manufacture of dental devices

  • The aim of the presentation is to provide delegates with an understanding of the potential routes of contamination that exist during the manufacture of dental devices and strategies to prevent infection.
Objectives

‘These materials work well in my hands’

  • To appreciate the need for consistency and how the correct use of materials can make a dental laboratory more profitable

Infection prevention in relation to the manufacture of dental devices

  • A quiz to establish current working practices of participants in relation to infection control. A one hour lecture covering the routes of disease transmission and methods of decontamination and laboratory cleanliness. Followed by a Q&A session.
Learning outcomes

‘These materials work well in my hands’

  • Discuss the properties of common dental materials used in the laboratory.
  • Discuss common errors in manipulating and processing materials.
  • Identify key areas that could be improved in the use of dental materials in the laboratory.

Infection prevention in relation to the manufacture of dental devices

  • Identify the potential routes of disease transmission associated with the manufacture of dental devices
  • Recognise the importance of laboratory cleanliness and decontamination techniques within the dental laboratory