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Directorate of Multiprofessional Dental Education VOCATIONAL

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Directorate of Multiprofessional Dental Education VOCATIONAL

Directorate of Multiprofessional Dental Education

    VOCATIONAL TRAINING

    IN GENERAL DENTAL PRACTICE

TEESSIDE SCHEME

    STUDY DAY PROGRAMME

    21 April 2009 3 July 2009

    Teesside Vocational Training Scheme

    Summer 2009

    AM Periodontics in Practice Room 1, Academic

    Centre A, James Day 25 Tuesday 21 April, 2009 Cook University PM Implants are easy; aren’t Hospital they?

    M Gill Laboratory, Day 26 Tuesday 28 April, 2009 Laboratory Visit Brighouse, Leeds

    KEY SKILLS DEADLINE 30 APRIL 2008

    Bourne House, Day 27 Tuesday 12 May, 2009 CPR and Sim Man Training Durham

    AM Composites

    Day 28 Tuesday 19 May, 2009 Room 1, Academic PM Problem Solving Centre A, James

    Cook University

    HospitalTemporisation Techniques, Tips Day 29 Tuesday 26 May, 2009 and Tricks

    SUBMIT 11 LEPs BY END OF MAY 2009

    Days Thursday 4 June - 30, 31 BDA Conference Glasgow Saturday 6 June, 2009 and 32

    AM - Preparing to be an

    Associate

    Day 33 Tuesday 16 June, 2009

    PM - Personal & Professional

    Finance for VDPs

    Ramside Hall Friday 3 July, 2009 Presentation of Certificates Hotel, Durham

Please note the default start time for Study Days is 8:30am.

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DAY: 25a SESSION: Morning DATE: Tuesday 21 April, 2009

TITLE: Periodontics in Practice

SPEAKERS: Mr Neil Paterson, GDP and Specialist in Periodontics

VENUE: Room 1, Academic Centre A, James Cook University Hospital

CPD HOURS: 3

Aims & Objectives

    ? To improve VDPs’ ability in diagnosis and management of periodontal problems;

    ? To make VDPs aware of current developments in Periodontics;

    ? To explore communication skills relevant to periodontal care delivery in general practice;

    ? To demonstrate the clinical, communication and professionalism competency domains.

Essential Content

    ? Triage of periodontal patients

    ? “What’s new in Periodontics?”

    ? Periodontics within General Dental Practice

Teaching/Learning Method

    ? Lecture

    ? Interactive discussion

Expected Learning Outcomes

    By the end of the session, Participants will be able to:

    ? give an overview of current development in Periodontics;

    ? describe how they would diagnose and manage patients with periodontal problems and make

    appropriate referrals;

    ? describe communication techniques relevant to delivery of periodontal care.

Programme

    8:30 am Meeting with Rob Lemmon

    9:00 am Study Day commences

    10:30am Break

    12:00pm Lunch

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DAY: 25b SESSION: Afternoon DATE: Thursday 21 April, 2009

TITLE: Implants are easy; aren’t they?

SPEAKERS: Mr Neil Paterson GDP and Specialist in Periodontics

VENUE: Room 1, Academic Centre A, James Cook University Hospital

CPD HOURS: 3

Aims & Objectives

    ? To give the VDP an overview/insight into how implants may be utilized in general dental practice;

    ? To demonstrate the clinical, communication and professionalism competency domains.

Essential Content

    ? Diagnosis / case selection

    ? Treatment planning, which system do I want? Research proven or new system

    ? Placement; immediate placement

    ? Ridge expansion

    ? Soft tissue management

    ? Failure to integrate

    ? Function

    ? Aesthetics

Teaching/Learning Method

    ? There will be a mixture of didactic teaching / problem solving and PowerPoint presentation

Expected Learning Outcomes

    By the end of the session, Participants will be able to:

    ? describe how they can obtain further training in the field of dental implantology;

    ? state three advantages and disadvantages of retaining teeth;

    ? describe the basic differences in implant systems and the variety of prosthodontic replacements,

    which may be used to aid treatment decisions;

    ? describe some pitfalls that occur in the field of dental implantology.

Programme

    1:00pm Resume Study Day

    2:15pm Break

    4:00pm Finish

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DAY: 26 SESSION: All day DATE: Tuesday 28 April, 2009

    TITLE: Laboratory Tour

SPEAKERS: Mr Brian Nattress, Head of Adult Integrated Care/Senior Lecturer,

    Leeds Dental Institute

VENUE: M Gill Laboratory, Brighouse

CPD HOURS: 6

Aims & Objectives

    ? To acquaint VDPs with the various laboratory made restorations available;

    ? To demonstrate the clinical competency domain.

Essential Content

    ? Outline of the clinical and relevant laboratory stages of each restoration

    ? Application of colour science in shade selection

Teaching/Learning Method

    ? Interactive Seminar

Expected Learning Outcomes

    By the end of the session, Participants will be able to:

    ? describe the main features of various laboratory made restorations;

    ? communicate accurately with the dental laboratory;

    ? describe the indications for the various restorations;

    ? apply the design principles of each restoration.

Programme

    9:00 am Study day commences

    10:30am Break

    12:00pm Lunch

    1:00pm Resume Study day

    2:15pm Break

    4:00pm Finish

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    DIRECTIONS TO M GILL LABORATORY

    Brighouse, West Yorkshire, HD6 1BD

    Tel: (01484) 715766

    M GILL LABORATORY

    BRIGHOUSE STATION

    The nearest rail station to the laboratory is Brighouse Station.

    Directions from Brighouse Station:

? Head west on Railway Street toward Victoria Street

    ? Turn right at Gooder Lane

    ? Turn left at A641/Huddersfield Road

    ? Turn left at Mill Royd Street

    ? Turn right at A643/Owler Ings Rd

    ? Turn left to stay on A643/Owler Ings Rd

    ? Turn left at Owler Ings Rd

    ? Turn right at Spring Street

    ? Spring Street turns left and becomes Bank Street

    ? The Laboratory is on the left

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DAY: 27 SESSION: All day DATE: Tuesday 12 May, 2009

    TITLE: CPR and Sim Man Training

SPEAKERS: Dr Mark Piper

VENUE: Bourne House, Durham

CPD HOURS: 6

Aims & Objectives

    ? To update skills in basic life support;

    ? To update skills in medical emergencies that occur in general practice;

    ? To gain experience in intermediate life support;

    ? To demonstrate the clinical domain, medical and dental emergencies.

Essential Content

    ? Basic life support theory and practice

    ? The more common medical emergencies and how to deal with them

    ? Intermediate life support skills, use of defibrillators

    ? The use of the Sim Man simulator

Teaching/Learning Method

    ? Practical exercises

    ? Presentations

    ? Knowledge tests

Expected Learning Outcomes

    By the end of the session, Participants will be able to:

    ? demonstrate skills in BLS;

    ? list the more common medical emergencies and how to deal with them;

    ? list the contents of the practice drug box;

    ? describe and demonstrate the use of an automatic defibrillator.

Programme

    9:00 am Start

    5:00 pm Finish

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DAY: 28a SESSION: Morning DATE: Tuesday 19 May, 2009

TITLE: Composites

SPEAKERS: Mr John Rafelt

VENUE: Room 1, Academic Centre A, James Cook University Hospital

CPD HOURS: 3

    3M have donated the materials used in this session.

Aims & Objectives

    ? To give a greater understanding of the materials available in order to select a specific product for

    a given application;

    ? To demonstrate the clinical competency domain.

Essential Content

    ? To provide overview of materials and techniques for aesthetic direct restorative materials

Teaching/Learning Method

    ? A lecture on aesthetic filling materials and adhesives, giving strengths and weaknesses, with

    hands on participation

    ? PowerPoint presentation

Expected Learning Outcomes

    By the end of the session, Participants will be able to:

    ? give an overview of chemistry of adhesive filling materials;

    ? describe which materials can be used in different situations;

    ? describe the strengths and weaknesses of these materials;

    ? select the most appropriate materials in different situations.

Programme

    8:30 am Meeting with Rob Lemmon

    9:00 am Study day commences

    10:30am Break

    12:00pm Lunch

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DAY: 28b SESSION: Afternoon DATE: Thursday 19 May, 2009

TITLE: Problem Solving

SPEAKERS: Mr Rob Lemmon and 3 Past VDPs

VENUE: Room 1, Academic Centre A, James Cook University Hospital

CPD HOURS: 3

Aims & Objectives

    ? To increase knowledge of choosing new position in VT +1

    ? To highlight some problems in transition from VT

    ? To demonstrate the Clinical, Communication and Professionalism competency domains.

Essential Content

    ? Insight provided by VDPs who are now performers in practice, CDS and secondary care

Teaching/Learning Method

    ? Lecture and small group discussion

Expected Learning Outcomes

    By the end of the session, Participants will be able to:

    ? describe the pitfalls of choosing the right situations VT +1;

    ? give an account of the value of talking to young colleagues who recently did VT;

    ? describe the usefulness of problem-based learning as an educational process

Programme

    1:00pm Resume Study Day

    2:15pm Break

    4:00pm Finish

NB: VDPs will be requested to inform Rob Lemmon, VT Advisor by Tuesday 21 April, 2009

    of career decisions to assist recruiting past VDPs following appropriate career routes

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DAY: 29 SESSION: All day DATE: Tuesday 26 May, 2009

TITLE: Temporisation Techniques, Tips and Tricks

    SPEAKERS: Mr Ian Ellis, Associate Specialist

    VENUE: Room 1, Academic Centre A, James Cook University Hospital

    CPD HOURS: 6

    Aims & Objectives

    ? An overview of the various ways provisional restorations may be fabricated. How provisional

    restorations can be used as diagnostic aids; The use of a provision restoration in an emergency;

    ? To demonstrated the clinical competency domain.

Teaching/Learning Method

    ? Lectures

    ? Hands-on

    ? Practicals

Expected Learning Outcomes

    By the end of the session, Participants will be able to:

    ? enumerate the materials which can be used for the provisional restoration;

    ? describe the various uses of provisional restorations;

    ? demonstrate the freehand production of the provisional restoration;

    ? outline the effective use of the provision restoration in an emergency;

    ? describe the effect of provision restorations in completely a complex treatment plan.

Programme

    8:30 am Meeting with Rob Lemmon

    9:00 am Study day commences

    10:30am Break

    12:00pm Lunch

    1:00pm Resume Study day

    2:15pm Break

    4:00pm Finish

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