Human Trafficking and the Dental Environment (DWD20JUL22)

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DescriptionThis webinar provides relevant up-to-date information on the prevalence of human trafficking and the role of the dental professional in the support of this group of patients with oral health and other needs.
Additional information

This provides guidance on how to manage dental patients in this group and make one aware of human trafficking.

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VenuePlatform tbc, - Virtual  View details
Date & timeWednesday 20 July 2022, 18:00 to 20:00
LecturersMiss Divyakumari Keshani & Lindsey Maybin  View details
Target audienceMandatory: Dentist, or Dental Nurse, or Dental Hygienist, or Dental Technician, or Dental Therapist
Course styleLecture
CategoryClinical course
CateringNo catering
Development outcomeA, B, C
CPD hours2:00
Cost£10.00
Aims

This session will outline the signs of human trafficking and the role we play as dental professionals.

Objectives

-Explore the impact on paediatric and adult patients living in the UK affected by modern slavery, human trafficking and the refugee crisis

-Identify how to recognise modern slavery and which support services to refer to

-Discuss the psychological and dental challenges for providing treatment for these patients and the strategies to support them

-Discussed and analysed clinical cases with the team

Learning outcomes

On completion of this webinar delegates

should feel confident on recognising the signs of modern slavery and the referral pathways

should be aware of the psychological and dental challenges for providing treatment for these patients and the strategies to support them