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2018 Team CPD Study Day

Oxford BDA

Friday, 29 June 2018 from 08:00 to 17:15 (BST)

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Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Super Early Bird GDP (BDA Member) 30 Apr 2018 £70.00 £6.05
Super Early Bird Hygienist/Therapist 30 Apr 2018 £50.00 £4.49
Super Early Bird DCP 30 Apr 2018 £30.00 £2.93
Super Early Bird GDP (Non-BDA Member) 30 Apr 2018 £80.00 £6.83
Super Early Bird Foundation Dentist 30 Apr 2018 £50.00 £4.49

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Oxford BDA Team Study Day

Friday 29th June 2018  08:00 - 17:15

Oxford BDA invite you and all your team to attend our annual team study day covering key CPD topics 

Speakers include: Rob Fisher, Stephen Henderson, Richard Cook and Software of Excellence.

Programme Details:- please note the order of speakers may change

For  detailed information regarding the speakers and presentaion, please see belo the timetable overview..

Registration/Networking                                                                   From 08:00

Welcome                                                                                          08:45

A review of medical emergencies  in dental practice          9:00-11:00

Rob Fisher

Break                                                                                               11:00-11:15

GDPR - What you must be doing in practice                          11:15-12:45

Software of Excellence

Lunch                                                                                               12:45-13:45

Oral Medicine - The dumping ground           13:45-15:15

Richard Cook

Break                                                                                               15:15-15:30

Communication and Consent                                                15:30-17:00

Stephen Henderson

Close                                                                                               17:15

Generous Sponsors

 Henry Schein                                         Marie Brown               

The Institute of Dental Business         Jane Lelean                

Software of Excellence

Course and speaker details.

1) Lecture:‘A review of Medical Emergencies in Dental Practice’

Rob Fisher

Rob started his career in health care qualifying as a Registered Nurse in Oxford before joining the ambulance service, becoming a paramedic for 15 years until injury forced retirement. Since then he has been providing resuscitation and first aid training to Dental Practice, GP surgeries, business and organisations through his training company Prime First Aid Ltd having taught over ten thousand delegates. He also provides regular lectures on Medical emergencies for The Oxford Deanery (Post Grad Dental Education) now part of Health Education England, and other dental groups.

Outcome summary:
Managing emergencies
Using the ‘ABCDE’ assessment approach to the sick patient
Recognition and management of:
Cardiac emergencies
Syncope and vasovagal fainting
Aspiration and choking
Adrenal insufficiency

Course aims*: To enable the practitioner to recognise and manage common medical emergencies in dental practice

Course objectives*:The delegates will understand the importance and priorities of assessment and the necessary management of medical emergencies

Learning outcomes*:To be able to recognise a medical emergency and manage it effectively in the dental setting

 Learning content* .As in the outcome summary

GDC enhance CPD which learning outcomes does your presentation deliver?

Please indicate
Please note that these development outcomes are required to be on the delegate certificate
o Outcome 1 Effective communication with patients, the dental team, and others across dentistry, including when obtaining consent, dealing with complaints, and raising concerns when patients are at risk;
o Outcome 2 Effective management of self, and effective management of others or effective work with others in the dental team, in the interests of patients at all times; providing constructive leadership where appropriate;
o Outcome 3 Maintenance and development of knowledge and skill within your field of practice;
o Outcome 4 Maintenance of skills, behaviours and attitudes which maintain patient confidence in you and the dental profession and put patients' interests first.

What’s in it for me?: I aim to provide a very visual and engaging lecture, demonstrating patient condition realistic to the dental setting. This will help the delegate to recognise and understand the management of medical emergencies and the practical use of the medications available.

2)  GDPR - What you must be doing in practice  



Guy Meyers

Guy has over 15 years’ experience working in Marketing Services and has spent the last 4 years at Software of Excellence in a variety of Marketing, Product and Customer Success roles. He has helped shape the development path for SOE’s flagship EXACT practice management software, and heads up SOE’s Customer Success Team which supports the company’s ethos of helping to turn good practices into great businesses.



Presentation summary:This seminar (interactive lecture style)will provide practices with an overview of what GDPR involves, with information and tips to help you prepare well ahead of time
Outcome summary: An overview of what the new General Data Protection Regulations will involve, and how this will affect you as a dental practice
• An introduction to the 8 key rights for patients and the use of their data
• A focus particular on the area of 'consent'
• Details on the processes and tools available to help you stay compliant

Course aims*: To provide practices with a detailed overview on the new data protection laws that will come into effect as of May 25th. Practice will understand what they are required to action in order to stay GDPR compliant.

Course objectives*:The 12 steps that you as a practice should be making now
• The 8 key rights for patients and the use of their data, that you need to comply withd) Learning outcomes What do you want the delegates to learn and apply?
• An overview of what the new General Data Protection Regulations will involve, and how this will affect you as a dental practice
• An introduction to the 8 key rights for patients and the use of their data
• A focus particular on the area of 'consent'
• Details on the processes and tools available to help you stay compliant

Learning content*. As Above


GDC enhanced CPD which learning outcomes* does your presentation deliver? D

Which members of the team should attend?


Dentists -Principals, Associates, FD’s Specialist
Practice managers and support team members
Practice owners

3)     Oral Medicine - The Dumping ground?

An hour and a half to talk over Oral medicine issues, cases and the adjuncts to Oral cancer diagnosis, how they work & what they tell you.

Richard Cook

Richard qualified BDSHons from the University of London Guy’s Hospital in 1989, working for three years as House Surgeon / SHO posts, graduating FDS (Gold Medal) from RCS England in 1993 before taking up his first Lecturer post within the Guy’s Dental School. He then transferred to University of Birmingham to complete his medical degree and after two years of junior medical jobs, completed his MRCS Edinburgh. He returned to the Guy’s Campus of King’s College London to undertake a PhD as an MRC Clinician Scientist, and continued his Oral Medicine training to consultant level, with an NIHR Clinical training Fellowship. Richard’s FDS(OM)RCSEd was awarded in in 2008 and he took up his consultant appointment at Guy’s in 2009, when he also completed his PGCAP, and was awarded FHEA as a cosequence. Richard is now Reader / Hon Consultant and Academic Lead for Oral Medicine at the Guy’s campus of KCL’s Dental Institute. His research interests encompass optics, opto-diagnostics and applications of non-invasive and non-threatening imaging, to human diagnosis and disease / treatment monitoring, with direct applications to pre-malignant / malignant disease.

 Presentation summary: Lecture / Discussion format session with an open invitation to discuss & question as we go along.

Outcome summary: Review and bringing uptodate on Oral Medicine cases and topics for primary and tertiary care liason, by use of case examples and clinical imagery. Also to include a section on the cancer diagnostics adjuncts and how to understand what they are telling you

Course aims*: A revision session on Oral Medicine scope of practice and diagnostic spectrum to consider.
Provide an overview of Cancer diagnostic adjuncts & how to use / interpret them.
Provide a refresher concerning when to refer & what to try first

 Course objectives*: Insight into cancer diagnostic adjunct instruments & how they work – therefore what they really tell you
Revision of diagnoses
When to refer / what to think of first.

 Learning outcomes* Clear idea of when to refer / what to think of first. An approach to thorough examination.

Learning content*. Lecture slides – text and images relating to technologies and clinical cases

GDC enhanced CPD  learning outcomes*

2 &3

o Outcome 2 Effective management of self, and effective management of others or effective work with others in the dental team, in the interests of patients at all times; providing constructive leadership where appropriate; 

o Outcome 3 Maintenance and development of knowledge and skill within your field of practice;

What’s in it for me?: Revision of Oral medicine diagnoses, an increased confidence in referrals and where to, along with a freedom to discuss issues in a friendly supportive environment

Which members of the team should attend
Dentists -Principals, Associates, FD’s Specialist
Hygienist Therapists
Dental Nurses
Dental health educators

*This information is required for your certificate.

Terms and conditions

Ticket prices

  • Course fee includes light refreshments all day, lunch and seminar documentation (If provided)

  • Ticket price excludes any additional fees such as car-park charges, food and drinks additional to what is provided as the delegate package etc.


Booking Terms

  • Booking may only be made on-line via our Eventbrite page.

  • All tickets must be pre-booked, no tickets will be available on the door

  • Published prices exclude VAT and on-line booking fee, if applicable


Payment options

  • Payment may only be made via Eventbrite, using cards, mastercard, Visa or American express

  • No options pay via cash cheque or BACS are available.


Acknowledgement of Bookings

  • Confirmation of registration, venue details and VAT receipt/invoice will be sent in an e-mail on completion of your booking.

  • Please bring your ticket to the event to register


Cancellation and Refunds

  • Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable.


Substitute Delegates

  • If you are unable to attend, a substitute may not attend in your place.


CPD Certificates

  • CPD certificates will be sent via e mail, on completion of an on-line evaluation, failure to complete the online evaluation will result in failure to receive a CPD certificate. To ensure that the certificates are issued in the correct name, please ensure that individual e mail addresses are sent for each team member.

  • Links to post event evaluation will be sent to delegates who have signed in and out.

  • A maximum of 6.5 hours  verifiable CPD is available.

  • Oxford BDA events are complaint with GDC enhanced CPD requirements and our Quality assurance policy is avilable on request. 


  • Oxford section BDA reserves the right to change the venue and/or speakers at any time and without prior notice.

  • Oxford section BDA accepts no liability if a conference does not take place for reasons beyond our control.

  • Oxford Section BDA reserves the right to cancel the event, in which case all monies will be refunded.

  • All bookings are subject to these conditions.

  • Any personal details you provide may be used by Oxford Section BDA and will not be shared with any other organization.

  • Oxford section BDA accepts no liability for any personal possessions that may be lost or damaged, during your attendance at the event.

Do you have questions about 2018 Team CPD Study Day? Contact Oxford BDA

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When & Where

Holiday Inn Oxford
Woodstock Road
OX2 8JD Oxford
United Kingdom

Friday, 29 June 2018 from 08:00 to 17:15 (BST)

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Oxford BDA

 Oxford BDA section organises a series of VCPD events for you and your team.

 Our goal is to engage, educate, and  encourage all members of the dental team, so that your patients receive the best care and treatment possible.

 We aim to provide the subjects you want with a cost-effective investment.

Our regular evening events

 Venue  Meetings are held at the Holiday Inn, Peartree roundabout, Oxford OX2 8JD

Timings:  18:00 for a hot buffet and networking.

Lectures Start at 19:00 end at 21:15 with a 15 minute mid evening break. 

VCPD  2 hours

Oxford BDA meetings are brought to you by a team of hard working of volunteers and generous sponsors. If you too would like to join the commitee please e mail us.

 ECPD compliance We are fully compliant the new GDC rules for CPD our Quality Assurance policy is available on request.

New reduced ticket prices - evening events

Dentist -  BDA member                                       £25.00

Dentist -  Non-BDA Member                               £30.00

FD - BDA member                                             £15.00

FD - Non-BDA member                                      £20.00

Hygienist and Therapist                                     £20.00

DCP, Nurse, Practice Manager, Receptionist     £10.00

Buffet Supper  £17.00 Food tickets must be pre-booked 

Please note that the food ticket sales close on the Sunday before the event so that the hotel can be notified with numbers on the Monday. If food is available, it may be possible to buy a food ticket on the door for £17.00

£17.00 is the price per head the holiday Inn charges Oxford BDA for food.

 A  £10.00  supplement per ticket is applied for tickets bought 'at the door' rather than booking on- line using Eventbrite

Payment options

A)          When booking by eventbrite payments may be made by credit or debit cards
B)          Cash or cheque payments (not cards) may be made when buying tickets on the door. A supplementary fee,£10.00, will be applied to all tickets bought on the door.
C)          BACS payment is not available

Preferential prices maybe available, when booking tickets ahead of the season start.


Sponsors for the 2017- 2018 season include

Henry Schein Dental

The Institute of Dental Businness


Natwest Bank 


Charles Derby

 More sponsors are due to be confirmed shortly.

 Contact details 

Committee members

Oxford BDA events are organised by a dedicated team of volunteers

Ian Glendenning    Treasurer

Tabassum Khaki   Secretary

Hilary Knight         Welcome desk and Ben fund

Lydia Sharples      Young dentists

Marie Brown         Trade liaison

Jane Lelean          Chair, speaker and sponsor cordinator


If you would like to joiun the committee please e mail us


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