The Faculty of Dentistry, RCSI is pleased to announce a Practical Minor Oral Surgery Course, which will be delivered in a hybrid format.
The hands-on component will be held face-to-face on Saturday, October 28th 2023 in RCSI’s state-of-the-art academic and education building, located at No. 26 York Street, Dublin 2.
Those taking the hands-on component will have access to our bespoke online preparatory component, which they can study at their leisure in advance (from Saturday, 7th October, 2023).
Things have changed. Our approach to practice and the management of your patients has become significantly more difficult after the Covid-19 pandemic. This course offers a pragmatic and practical approach to managing minor oral surgery within the confines imposed on you in the Post Covid World. Safe and thorough assessment is the key to avoid unnecessary surgery and associated AGPs and when AGPs are necessary, how to manage the surgical task effectively and safely. This hybrid course introduces delegates to a unique Face-to-Face and hands-on experience with senior Teaching Faculty of the Dental Faculty of RCSI in our state-of-the-art clinical laboratory facilities. Delegates will have access to our bespoke on-line preparatory component, which they can study at their leisure in advance to prepares them for the hands-on component. Both components are included in the registration fee. Demand for places is normally high so we recommend early booking.
Andrew Bolas, Kate Farrell, Gerry Kearns, John Marley, Victoria Stewart
Dr. Bolas qualified at Queens University Belfast BDS in 1991. He holds FFDRCSI Oral Surgery 1994, FDSRCS(Ed) Oral Surgery and Oral Medicine 1995, MSc Dental Radiology from Kings College London and FICD 2018. He is lecturer in Dental Radiology at Dublin Dental University Hospital from 2003 to present.
Dr. Farrell is an Oral Surgeon who works between private practice and Crumlin Children’s Hospital in Dublin. She qualified from her undergraduate and postgraduate from Trinity College Dublin. She holds an MFD, FFD OSOM and FFD OS from the RCSI.
Prof. Kearns is Chair of the Education Committee at the Faculty of Dentistry, RCSI. He is a Consultant Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon at St James Hospital and Crumlin Childrens Hospital Dublin. He was also a Past Dean of the Faculty.
Prof. Marley is a past Dean of the Faculty of Dentistry, RCSI. He is a Consultant in Oral Surgery at the Queen’s University of Belfast School of Dentistry. He was previously Head of Teaching at QUB school of dentistry. Chair of the Board of Examiners in the National Tricollegiate Examination in Oral Surgery for the UK as well as Northern Ireland specialty advisor and Training Programme Director for Oral Surgery and member of the Northern Ireland Medical & Dental Training Agency.
Dr. Stewart gained her Bachelor of Dental Surgery from the University of Glasgow in 1999 and MFDS (Ireland) in 2002. She gained experience in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Restorative dentistry and Paediatric dentistry hospital training posts over a three-year period, before a further three years employment in a busy general dental practice. Whilst working in general practice, she was also involved in inspections of general dental practices for the NIMDTA VT scheme. The Belfast Health and Social Care Trust have employed her as a Specialty Dentist (Oral Surgery) since 2006, with her main role as lead of an emergency dental service. This clinical area provides an active exodontia service, with clinical education of undergraduate QUB dental students. She has also provided a weekly sessional treatment service for the provision of dental care to medically compromised patients. Additional roles include teaching responsibilities (as Honorary Clinical Lecturer, QUB), and regular organisation and provision of dental education events for hospital clinicians (as secretary of BDA Hospital Group, NI, 2009 – 2017).
Hybrid: With online lectures from 3 weeks in advance and Face-to-Face in the Clinical Skills Facility at RCSI on the 28th October.
COURSE IS NOW FULL. PLEASE JOIN THE WAITING LIST.
|Event Start Date||28-10-2023 8:00 am|
|Event End Date||28-10-2023 12:30 pm|
|Location||26 York Street, D2|