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Oral Medicine in General Practice
Wed 26 October 2016, 18:00 – 21:00 BST
Network Locum is pleased to announce another primary care-led CPD event with The Lister Hospital, held at the luxury 4 star hotel Park Plaza, Victoria.
Led by our Head of Clinical Education Dr Ishani Patel, this event focusses on oral medicine in primary care. With in-clinic oral complaints on the rise, this event seeks to cover everything a GP should know for managing individual cases and ensuring best patient care in a general practice setting.
Dr Timothy Poate is a Consultant in Oral Medicine at King’s College Hospital in London. He completed his dental training at Guy’s Hospital in 1990 and completed medical training at St Bartholomew’s Hospital in 1996. He then returned to Guy’s Hospital for specialist training in Oral Medicine before being appointed consultant at King’s College Hospital in 2008.
Ashraf Messiha qualified in Medicine and Dentistry and then trained in General Surgery before returning to the London Deanery to undertake Higher Surgical Training in Oral & Maxillo-Facial Surgery at St George’s Hospital.
All attendees will receive a CPD certificate carrying 3 CPD points.
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The programme for the evening is as follows:
6:00pm: Arrival & registration, buffet & drinks
6.30pm: Dr Timothy Poate, MBBS BDS FDSRCS (Eng) FDSRCS (OMed) (Eng) MRCS FHEA
7:30pm: Tea & Coffee Break
7:45pm: Ashraf Messiha, BDS MBBCh BAO MFDS MRCS FRCS(Intercollegiate) FRCS (OMFS)
Please reserve your place quickly so as to avoid any disappointment.