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P144 Mental Health Awareness for Dental Technicians

Speakers: Fiona Ellwood M.Ed L.M, PG Cert MDent, BA (Hons) Ed st. LCGI (Hon) FFGDP (UK) Steve Taylor CDT DipPS(Implantology) FBIDST

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Add to calendar11/10/2021 12:00 PM11/10/2021 01:00 PMEurope/LondonP144 Mental Health Awareness for Dental TechniciansLive webinar to be watched on https://www.prodentalcpd.com/webinars/p144-a-mental-health-wellness-strategy-that-can-be-utilised-in-a-dental-technology-https://www.prodentalcpd.com/webinars/p144-a-mental-health-wellness-strategy-that-can-be-utilised-in-a-dental-technology-alIHTtVFDzTdPiVcqmOL111110

Webinar Details

The Dental Technician Magazine and Pro Dental CPD launched DTCPD, an exciting new scheme for dental technicians to join selected specialist webinars and receive free of charge verifiable CPD.

Proudly running since 1947, The Dental Technician Magazine is widely considered the "Technicians bible" and a "go-to" across the industry as one of the most trusted platforms for all UK based technicians and laboratories to connect and share tips and techniques.

This is the third webinar in the series for dental technicians.

This webinar will lead participants through an insight into the MHW Framework developed by the Dental Professionals Alliance. This will show delegates how to access information regarding mental health support and suggest a procedure to follow. It is a step by step approach that is available to all and will enhance the business culture. Any business can utilise the framework and engage with the journey to enhanced Mental Health and Wellness support.

Learning Outcomes

Aims

  • To help raise awareness of mental health and wellness issues that may arise within a dental technology environment
  • To highlight language that may or may not be appropriate when dealing with  mental health and wellness issues
  • To signpost steps that can be taken within an organisation to help introduce mental health and wellness support within the business

Objectives

On completion of this webinar you will be shown a framework that can be used and followed to implement a mental health wellbeing strategy within a dental technology environment.

The Speakers

 Fiona Ellwood M.Ed L.M, PG Cert MDent, BA (Hons) Ed st. LCGI (Hon) FFGDP (UK) thumbnail

Fiona Ellwood M.Ed L.M, PG Cert MDent, BA (Hons) Ed st. LCGI (Hon) FFGDP (UK)

Patron SBDN Chair NOHPG

I have a range of roles and responsibilities across the UK. I am currently an External Examiner in Ireland (University Trinity College Dublin and Cork) and University West of Scotland covering the Higher qualifications for dental nurses. I am a member of the Editorial Board for Dental Nursing and the Chair of the National Oral Health Promotion Group. I am a subject expert for the University of Bangor and a Quality Assurance Education Associate for the General Dental Council. I provide short courses for Health Education England and I am part of the Dental Advisory Group for Dental Partners UK. I am the Quality Assurance and Enhancement Director for Leamington Spa Orthodontics. I provide mentorship and am a member of Dental Mentors UK. In addition, I have a number of appointments which include: Chair of the National Oral Health Promotion Group; Patron Society of British Dental Nurses; member of the Scottish Advisory Board for DCPs; DCP lead for the Human Factors Group. I am Founder and Patron of the Society of British Dental Nurses, which is going from strength to strength and Vice Chair of BSDHT. I was honoured to be elected the President of BADN

 Steve Taylor CDT DipPS(Implantology) FBIDST thumbnail

Steve Taylor CDT DipPS(Implantology) FBIDST

Clinical Dental Technician and Owner of Taylor Dental Technology Centre

 Steve is the owner of Taylor Dental Technology Centre in Leyland and is a qualified clinical dental technician.

Steve is current chair of The British Institute of Dental and Surgical Technologists (BIDST) and is the immediate past president of the British Association of Clinical Dental Technicians. Through BIDST he is part of the Dental Professionals Alliance (DPA)