SBDN /  Health Education England – NW

Study Day

Developing Dental Nursing Knowledge and Skills 2020 and Beyond (NW200118A)

 

 

SBDN Members wishing to book their place on this study day should contact Kim Goodwin via email kim.goodwin@hee.nhs.uk 

All other booking should be made via the event website by clicking here

Venue Hacienda Suite, Holiday Inn, Manchester – Greater Manchester  View details
Date & time Saturday 18 January 2020, 09:30 to 16:30
Lecturers Dr Janine Brooks, Olivia Fisher, Beverly Lamb & Ms Katherine Pearce  View details
Target audience Mandatory: Dental Nurse
Development outcome A, B, C, D
Course style Lecture
Core topic GDC Recommended Topic
Catering Refreshments and Hot Lunch
CPD hours 5:30
Cost


£10.00 (£30.00 surcharge for users whose user group is group c: non nhs dcp)


Aims Infection Control – Its in your hands

  • To raise awareness of the importance of hand hygiene.

Social Media in Dentistry- The do’s and dont’s

  • To give an overview of social media in dentistry.

Forensic Odontology – The Dental Evidence

  • To introduce Disaster Victim Identification
  • To introduce The role of the DCP in forensic dentistry

Cracking that CV and Interview

  • To help delegates refresh their CV, personal statement/ profile and understand the anatomy of an interview.

Objectives Infection Control – Its in your hands

  • Understand the importance of hand hygiene in primary dental care and how this impacts upon preventing the spread of infection.

Social Media in Dentistry- The do’s and dont’s

  • Describe the benefits and pitfalls when using social media as a DCP.

Forensic Odontology – The Dental Evidence

  • Examine What is Odontology
  • Discuss The identification process
  • Introduce how DCPs can engage/become involved with forensic dentistry

  • To explore CV formats.
  • To consider how language, both written and verbal can affect your success.
  • Practical hints and tips to improve your CV (delegates to bring their own CV if possible).
  • Practical hints and tips to prepare for an interview.

Learning outcomes Infection Control – Its in your hands

Following the session delegates will be able to:

  • Access National Guidance Documents to support compliance with hand hygiene in primary dental care.
  • Explore and discuss areas of research and evidence for hand hygiene.
  • Recognise the risks of poor compliance.
  • Appreciate the importance of hand hygiene and monitor compliance within the workplace.

Social Media in Dentistry – The do’s and dont’s

Following the session delegates will:

  •  Understand that they have a responsibility to behave professionally and responsibly both online and offline.

Forensic Odontology – The Dental Evidence

Following the session delegates will have:

  • Increased awareness of the processes for DCPs in forensic dentistry
  • Greater insight into a ‘day in the life of a DCP’ involved with the forensic process
  • Increased appreciation of the need for good communication and multidisciplinary team approach necessary to manage mass disasters

Cracking that CV and Interview

At the end of the session, delegates will:

  • Know the basic types of CV format.
  • Know which language to use to maximise success.
  • Be able to review their own CV and profile.
  • Be better prepared for a winning interview.