This Study Club session has been postponed until October 2023 (date to be confirmed).
Thursday 1 June 2023, 6.30pm, Solihull
Session topic: Managing medically compromised patients and hands on suturing
The CGDent Midlands study club for Early Career GDPs, aims to share expertise, experience and knowledge as well as encouraging discussion on a diverse range of topics within dentistry.
Sessions take place every two months, and this session is on the topic of managing medically compromised patients and hands on suturing, a continuation of the topic covered in our session in April.
The case-based discussion is limited to 12 people so sign up to avoid missing out! This is an opportunity to bring your most difficult cases and learn tips and tricks on how to better manage them in the future. We will ask you to provide some details of a challenging extraction case or where you have managed a medically compromised patient, to facilitate discussion.
The guest moderator is Dr Sukhi Atthi FCGDent. Dr Atthi is a Clinical Lecturer at the University of Birmingham and a Tier II Oral Surgeon for North Midlands, with special interests in Sedation, MOS and Orthodontics. He will be available to help discuss and treatment plan those cases that you may want advice on. You will be not only developing your practice but also providing the best care to your patients.
The study club is open to GDPs who have completed Foundation Training or PLVE between 2017-2022.
Thursday 1 June 2023, 6.30pm
Solihull Dental Centre & Implant Clinic
29 High Street
CGDent member: FREE
2 CPD hours per session
This Study Club session has been postponed until October 2023 (date to be confirmed) Please check our Events page for updates.
If you have any questions or queries, please contact [email protected]
Once you have submitted the registration form by clicking on the button above, please also email [email protected] with the following details:
- Date of your GDC Registration.
- Date of completing your Foundation Training / PVLE (specify).
- Name and address of your current practice