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Add to calendar05/19/2022 07:00 PM05/19/2022 08:45 PMEurope/LondonP169 Dementia-Friendly Dentistry Live webinar to be watched on https://www.prodentalcpd.com/webinars/p169-dementia-friendly-dentistry-https://www.prodentalcpd.com/webinars/p169-dementia-friendly-dentistry-alIHTtVFDzTdPiVcqmOL111110
This CGDent webinar explores the Dementia-Friendly Dentistry: Good Practice Guidelines.
This webinar will provide an understanding of the evolving epidemiology of dementia within the UK population and the issues this raises for care provision. The changing demography of the UK population and how this will impact the medical and dental needs of the population will be explored, along with how best the dental team can ensure that it best meets the likely care needs of this segment of the population.
The evolving nature of dementia within the UK population
The care needs of individuals with dementia
How we can contribute to meeting their dental care needs
On completion of this webinar you will understand the Dementia-Friendly Dentistry: Good Practice Guidelines.
Dr Paul Batchelor BDS DDPH(RCS) MCDH MFPH PhD FFGDP FDS FFPHM
Editor, Dementia-Friendly Dentistry: Good Practice Guidelines
Paul holds a number of academic posts including an honorary chair at UCLan in the Faculty of Medicine and post at UCL in Dental Public Health. He acts as Chief Facilitator for the Fellowship programme of the College of General Dentistry and held the Vice Dean’s position twice. He is an advisor to the Irish Department of Health for their oral health care policy programme. Currently, he is working on the complete care community programme analysing how the independent contractor groups can better work together. He sits on the advisory board of the Institute of Health and Social Care Management and as an Associate for the Centre for Sustainable Healthcare.
Paul has also worked with the National Audit Office, the Office for Fair Trading and acted as the advisor to the Health Committee on their dental contract reform report and advising the British Dental Association on the programme. He has sat on a number of NICE committees
He is a past President of the British Association for the Study of Community Dental Health and has worked for a number of international and national agencies including the World Bank and WHO as well as being a member of the European Health Policy Group. Governments advised include: Navarra, the Basque Country, Trinidad and Tobago and Bahrain.
He acts as an examiner for the Overseas Registration Examination as well as for the Intercollegiate Specialist Final Examination in Dental Public Health. He is co-author of the undergraduate textbook Essential Dental Public Health and edited the FGDP(UK)’s standards document on ‘Dementia-Friendly Dentistry’. He is on the Editorial Board of both the British Dental Journal and Primary Dental Care and referees for several other journals.
Dr James P Wise BDS(Lond) LDS RCS(Eng) MFGDP(UK) MGDS RCS(Eng) FFGDP(UK) FCGDent
Dentist, Special interest in the care of the elderly and medically compromised patient
James has been in General Dental Practice for 4 decades and over that time has developed a special interest in the care of the elderly and medically compromised patient as well as removable prosthodontics. He was a Board Member for 9 years for the FGDP(UK) and Course Director (Manchester) as well as current Examiner for the Diploma in Restorative Dentistry. He is an Assessor for the Fellowship Programme and lectures widely both in the UK for HEE/ LKSS Wessex Deaneries and abroad. He has been involved in the RCS(Eng) preparation courses for the ORE on the Clinical Governance side and has run many IQE/ORE clinical skills courses for what is now the LKSS Deanery. He was the external Examiner for the Dip Clinical Dental Technology of the RCS(Eng).
Through practice and immediate family, James has first-hand understanding of the difficulties in providing dental care for an aging and increasingly infirm population often under undue pressure from family members with unrealistic expectations and finds that much of the provision of appropriate care is down to good people management and communication skills.