Medical Emergencies in Dental Practice (Part 2 of 4)
DCP Training Co-ordinator, CPD team, Dental Nurse Education and Training Centre, King’s College Dental Hospital
The on-demand version of the December 2009 Lunch 'n' Learn live webinar.
2 hours verifiable CPD
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Develop knowledge and ability to deal with medical emergencies in a dental environment
To provide information on:
Legal and general treatment considerations surrounding medical emergencies
Causes, signs, symptoms and treatment of some medical emergencies
By the end of the session participants will be able to:
Explain some of the legal and general treatment considerations surrounding medical emergencies in the dental environment
Discuss the causes, signs, symptoms and treatment
of some medical emergencies in the dental environment
About the Presenter
Katharine works as a DCP training co-ordinator with the Continuing Professional Development team at the Dental Nurse Education and Training Centre at Kings College Dental Hospital.
She started her dental nursing career in general practice and has since worked in the community dental service and at Guys Dental Hospital. She has gained experience in a variety of dental specialities including periodontology and implant dentistry.
Katharine co-ordinates and teaches on a variety of courses including oral health education and special care dental nursing and has co-developed the Certificate in Dental Implant Nursing run by Kings College Dental Hospital. She is an examiner for both the NEBDN National and Oral Health examinations and is at present completing her Masters in Education.
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