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Murder, Maggots, and Molars - Case Studies in Forensic Dentistry with Dr R....
Wed 22 February 2017, 18:00 – 21:00 GMT
Murder Maggots and molars
why should you and your team attend?
- Gain an insight into the work of the forensic odontologist and how that impacts on your dental practice.
- Learn the legal requirements for keeping records and the importance of keeping accurate records in identification.
- Be able to identify possible bite mark injuries in potential non-accidental injury.
- To increase understanding of the role of forensic odontology in identification using dental methods,
- The importance of good record keeping
- Understand the role of bite mark analysis and recognition in child protection.
- Leave knowing the regulations regarding keeping dental records
- Understand the role of Dentists in recognising non-accidental injuries
Dr Roland Kouble PhD, BDS, MFDS RCS, MFGDP(UK), PGDip(Endodontology)
Dr Kouble carries out all aspects of dental care for his patients but also provides a referral service for root canal therapy for colleagues in South Yorkshire & Lincolnshire and in Jersey (Channel Islands). He has been accepting referrals for the past 15 years and he also accepts referrals at SimplyEndo Endodontic Practice in Altrincham Cheshire.
Dr Kouble initially qualified as a Dental Technician in 1992 from Manchester Metropolitan University and after working as a Crown and Bridge Technician, he went onto study Dentistry at Sheffield University. After working as a Senior House Officer in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. And gaining his MFDS he went into general dental practice. In 2009 he became a partner at Woodseats Dental Care.
Dr Kouble has completed a Post-Graduate Diploma in Endodontology at the University of Chester and is currently working towards a Masters degree in Endodontology.
He has also completed a PhD in Forensic Dentistry at the University of Sheffield and has been undertaking forensic casework as well as lecturing both in the UK and internationally, he has also published papers on the subject and written a book chapter on bite mark analysis in Forensic Odontology: An Essential Guide published in 2014.