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GPT13 Spring Summer 2009 - Welcome to the Northern Deanery

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GPT13 Spring Summer 2009 - Welcome to the Northern Deanery

    Directorate of Multiprofessional Dental Education

    GENERAL PROFESSIONAL TRAINING

    IN GENERAL DENTAL PRACTICE

GENERAL PROFESSIONAL TRAINING

    SCHEME 13

    STUDY DAY PROGRAMME

    7 January 1 July 2009

    General Professional Training Scheme 13

    Spring / Summer 2009

    AM The Work of the Salaried Primary

    Dental Care Service

    Dr Neelam Sharma & colleagues Study Wednesday 7 January, 2009 Bourne House, Durham Day 11 PM IOTN, Referral Protocols and

    recent developments in Orthodontics

    Mr David Wyness / Mr Nick Huntley Hospital Wednesday 28 January, 2009 Radiology, Radiation and Hazards TBC Day 4

    Hospital Wednesday 18 February, 2009 Diseases of the Oral Mucosa 1.47, Ridley Day 5

    AM Career and Personal Planning Study Wednesday 25 February, 2009 PM Marketing for Beginners Bourne House Day 12

    Mr Chris Barrow

    Seminar Room 2, Hospital Dental Management of Medically Wednesday 11 March, 2009 Education Centre, Day 6 Compromised Patients RVI Hospital Wednesday 18 March, 2009 TMD (Part I) 1.47, Ridley Day 7

    Implants When, Where and How? Study The Dental Practice, Wednesday 25 March, 2009 Day 13 South Shields Mr Allen Branley

    SUBMIT 16 LEPs by Wednesday 1 April, 2009 Hospital TMD (Part II) Wednesday 22 April, 2009 1.47, Ridley Day 8 Clinical Applications of Dental Materials

    The Dentist and the Back Study 4 Handed Dentistry Wednesday 29 April, 2009 Bourne House Day 14 Mr Richard Pilkington

    PASTORAL VISITS - Wednesday 6 May, 2009 / Wednesday 13 May, 2009 Hospital Wednesday 20 May, 2009 Craniofacial development and growth 1.42, Ridley Day 9

    Study Tuesday 4 Saturday 6 June, Days 15, BDA Conference Glasgow 2009 16, 17

    Hospital Wednesday 24 June, 2009 Oral and Facial Diseases 1.42, Ridley Day 10

    Study Wednesday 1 July, 2009 End of Year Study Day with Trainers Bourne House Day 18

    Submit 13 LEPs by Friday 30 October, 2009

    KEY SKILLS Due by February, 2010

     GENERAL PROFESSIONAL TRAINING SCHEME 13 SPRING/SUMMER 2009 Page 2 of 14

    DAY: 11a SESSION: Morning DATE: Wednesday 7 January, 2009

    TITLE: The Work of the Salaried Primary Dental Care Service

    SPEAKERS: Dr Neelam Sharma, Jo Mackintosh, Sarah Kime, Dianne Tabari

VENUE: Lecture Theatre, Bourne House

CPD HOURS: 3

Aims & Objectives

    ; Give an account of the specialist role of the Salaried Primary Dental Care Service (SPDCS) in

    relation to the other branches of dentistry

Teaching/Learning Method

    ; Short Presentations

    ; Discussion and group work

Expected Learning Outcomes

    At the end of the session, participants will be able to:

    ; describe the role of the SPDCS in delivering specialist care with that in other branches of

    dentistry;

    ; state which patients in the General Dental Service may be referred to the SPDCS for

    specialist care;

    ; give an account of the issues involved in screening programmes and epidemiological

    fieldwork;

    ; be able to discuss the provision of oral health promotion within the SPDCS.

Programme

    9:00 Registration

    9:15 Introduction Neelam Sharma

     The SPDCS an overview

     Careers and Postgraduate Qualifications

    10:00 Oral Health Promotion Jo Mackintosh

    10:30 Coffee

    11:00 Special Care Dentistry Sarah Kime

    11:45 Workshops:

     Workshop 1 Epidemiology/Screening

     Workshop 2 Oral Health Promotion

     Putting it into practice Jo Mackintosh

    12:45 Questions, discussion

    1:00 Close

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    GPT 13 Salaried Dental Services Visits (1 March 31 May 2009)

    Following your study day regarding the work of the Salaried Primary Dental Care Services, arrangements have been made for you to visit a Service near your practice.

    The session may be arranged flexibly in the above time frame to accommodate Practice and Dental Hospital commitments.

    Please get in touch with your named staff contact as soon as possible to make arrangements for your half day placement.

    Name Practice Service Staff Contact Contact Details Emma Beecroft Amble Dental Practice Northumbria Dr Glyn Johnson glyn.johnson@northumbria-

    9 Bede Street PDS healthcare.nhs.uk Julie Witter Amble ; 0191 219 6690 Northumberland

    NE65 0EA

    Zaid Esmail Churchview Dental Surgery Co Durham & Dr Lyn Kilker lyn.kilker@cddah.nhs.uk

    54 High Street Darlington Christopher O’Connor ; 01207 213 163 Easington Lane

     Tyne and Wear

    DH5 0JN

    Andrew Carr 1 Park View Gateshead Ms Rachel rachel.fitzsimons@nhs.net

    Sunderland Road Fitzsimons Alex Holden ; 0191 451 6160 Felling

    Gateshead

    NE10 9ND

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    Hannah Green 1 Whickham View Newcastle Mrs Dianne Tabari dianne.tabari@newcastle-

    Benwell pct.nhs.uk Andrew Steele Newcastle upon Tyne ; 0191 219 5209 NE15 6TB

    Zoe Greenwood Station Road Dental Jarrow Ms Rachel rachel.fitzsimons@nhs.net

    Practice Fitzsimons Fiona Paterson ; 0191 451 6160 15-17 Station Road

    Hebburn

    Tyne and Wear

    NE31 1LA

    Jennifer Harte 74 Fowler Street South of Tyne Ms Rachel rachel.fitzsimons@nhs.net

    South Shields Fitzsimons Alexandra Peel ; 0191 451 6160 Tyne and Wear

    NE33 1PD

Any queries, please contact:

Ms Neelam Sharma (Postgraduate Advisor for the Salaried Dental Services)

     neelam_sharma@btinternet.com

     GENERAL PROFESSIONAL TRAINING SCHEME 13 SPRING/SUMMER 2009 Page 5 of 14

    DAY: 11b SESSION: Afternoon DATE: Wednesday 7 January, 2009

TITLE: IOTN, Referral Protocols and Recent Developments in Orthodontics

    SPEAKERS: Mr David Wyness and Mr Nick Huntley, Specialist Practitioners, Cleveland

    Orthodontics

VENUE: Bourne House, Durham

CPD HOURS: 3

Aims & Objectives

    ; To ensure GPTs are familiar with the IOTN;

    ; To reinforce the role of the GDP in Orthodontic Treatment Planning;

    ; To explain the use of IOTN, especially in relation to the New Dental Contract;

    ; To increase confidence in the use of IOTN;

    ; To demonstrate the importance of Orthodontic diagnosis and assessment by the GDP;

    ; To reinforce the link between the GDS and Orthodontic Services in both Hospital and

    Specialist High Street Practices.

Essential Content

    ; Scope and indications of different appliances

    ; Discussion of the implications of IOTN

Teaching/Learning Method

    ; Lectures and group discussion

Expected Learning Outcomes

    At the end of the session, participants will be able to:

    ; describe IOTN and its use;

    ; demonstrate how to use IOTN correctly;

    ; assess which patients to refer for treatment;

    ; outline how they would assess patients requiring referral;

    ; list the essential features of a good referral letter.

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    DAY: 12 SESSION: Full Day DATE: Wednesday 25 February, 2009

TITLE: Career and Personal Planning / Marketing for Beginners

SPEAKER: Mr Chris Barrow

VENUE: Bourne House, Durham

CPD HOURS: 6

Aims & Objectives

    ; To increase understanding of the importance of career planning;

    ; To underline the principles of personal development planning;

    ; To define internal and external marketing systems in dentistry;

    ; To illustrate the managerial and personal development domains.

OVERVIEW

Session 1 Career and personal planning

    ; Determining how effective you are right now

    ; Constructing a 3 year vision for your life and career

    ; Establishing a 12 month plan of action

    ; Committing to 90 day goals

Session 2 Marketing for beginners

    ; Understanding what marketing isn’t

    ; The reservoir principle

    ; Internal marketing systems in dentistry

    ; External marketing systems in dentistry

Expected Learning Outcomes

    At the end of the session, participants will be able to:

    ; develop a draft personal and career plan;

    ; describe planning techniques;

    ; give an account of the ‘reservoir principle’;

    ; give an account of the principles and techniques for internal and external marketing and stdefine marketing in 21 century UK dentistry.

Programme

9:00 Registration

    9:30 Start

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    DAY: 13 SESSION: Full Day DATE: Wednesday 25 March, 2009

TITLE: Implants When, Where and How?

SPEAKER: Mr Allen Branley, GDP

VENUE: 1A The Dental Practice, 74 Fowler Street, South Shields, NE33 1PD

CPD HOURS: 6

Aims & Objectives

    ; To become familiar with current implant systems;

    ; To consider the situations in which implants are appropriate;

    ; To consider medical conditions that would exclude their use.

Teaching/Learning method

    ; Interactive seminar

    ; Lecture

    ; Observation of implant placement

Expected Learning Outcomes

    At the end of the sessions, participants will be able to:

    ; give an account of medical conditions that will exclude the use of implants;

    ; describe the place of implants in restorative treatment planning;

    ; give an account of when patients should be referred for an implant assessment;

    ; describe the basic principles of osseo-integration and implantology;

    ; include the options of implants in discussion with patients.

Programme

9:00 Coffee and Registration

    9:15 Course Commences

    12:30 Lunch

    14:00 Course Continuation

    16:30 Plenary and Close

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    DIRECTIONS TO SOUTH SHIELDS DENTAL PRACTICE

    1a Dental Practice, 74 Fowler Street, South Shields, NE33 1PD

     SOUTH SHIELDS METRO

    DENTAL PRACTICE

    5 mins walk from South Shields Metro Station

    Driving from Bourne House: Driving from University Dental School:

     ; Head north on William Place towards the ; Head southeast, turn left toward A167 ; A181/Sherburn Rd; ; Go through 1 roundabout; ; Turn left at A181/Sherburn Road Continue to follow the A181; ; Turn right to merge onto A167;

    ; At the roundabout, take the 4th exit onto the ; Continue on A167(M) (signs for A167(M)); A690; ; Continue to follow A167; ; At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto the A1(M) ramp to Newcastle/Gateshead; ; Take the ramp on the right;

    ; Merge onto A1(M); ; At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto A184/Park Ln; ; Continue on A194(M) (signs for A194(M));

    ; At White Mare Pool Roundabout, take the 2nd ; Continue to follow A184; exit onto A194/Leam Lane heading to South ; Go through 1 roundabout; Shields;

    ; Continue to follow A194; ; Take the A194(M) ramp to A194;

    ; Go through 8 roundabouts; ; At White Mare Pool Roundabout, take the 1st exit onto A194/Leam Ln heading to S Shields; ; At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto the A194/Western Approach; ; Continue to follow A194; ; Go through 4 roundabouts; ; Go through 8 roundabouts; ; At Crossgate Roundabout, take the 2nd exit ; At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto onto the A194/Crossgate; A194/Western Approach ; ; Turn left at A183/Beach Rd; ; Go through 4 roundabouts; ; Slight left to come onto Fowler St. ; At Crossgate Roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto A194/Crossgate;

    ; Turn left at A183/Beach Rd;

    ; Slight left to come onto Fowler St.

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    DAY: 14 SESSION: All day DATE: Wednesday 29 April, 2009

TITLE: The Dentist and the back / 4 handed Dentistry

SPEAKER: Mr Richard Pilkington, GDP

VENUE: Bourne House, Durham

CPD HOURS: 6

Aims & Objectives

    The course sets out to inform the general dental practitioner how to self manage should they suffer

    with back pain currently or in the future.

Essential Content

    ; Epidemiology of back pain

    ; Anatomy of spine and surrounding structures

    ; History and theories of how to treat back pain

    ; Medical evaluation of back pain (triage, CSAG guidelines)

    ; Psychological impact and illness behaviour of back pain how to cope with back pain;

    ; Personal account of back pain and rehabilitation

    ; Scientific evidence to treating back pain

    ; Rehabilitation using ergonomics and Pilates

    ; To demonstrate Management & Leadership Domain, Major Competency Personal & Practice

    Organisation

Teaching Method

    ; Lecture, discussion and workstation

Workstation

    ; Identify your posture

    ; Identify postural problems dental practitioners are prone to

    ; Learn the principles of Pilates

    ; Learn basic core stability

    ; Shown advanced segmental stability exercises for interest

Expected learning outcomes

    At the end of the session, participants will be able to:

    ; give an overview of the epidemiology of musculoskeletal problems in dentistry;

    ; describe the anatomy relevant to self management of the back and posture;

    ; describe why back care has been badly managed in the past and accounts for such a high

    recurrence rate;

    ; self manage their back and use improved posture to make dentistry less physically stressful.

Programme

    09:00 Start

    17:00 Finish

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