Simulation for medical emergency teaching – as good as it gets?

22nd February 2023, 19:00 to 20:00 GMT


This webinar, organised by the RCSEd Faculty of Dental Trainers, will discuss the role of simulation in medical emergency teaching.


By the end of this webinar, attendees should understand the challenges of incorporating simulation into medical emergency teaching.

GDC Learning Objectives

GDC Development Outcome C - Identify the key features of running a simulation-based teaching course .

GDC Development Outcome C - Techniques employed for effective pre-briefing and debriefing.

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Our panellists include:

Dr Sarah Manton

Dr Sarah Manton is Director of the Faculty of Dental Trainers and the former Vice-Dean of the Faculty of Dental Surgery at The Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh. She is a Specialist in Restorative, Periodontics and Special Care Dentistry and is currently working in specialist practice. She was Consultant (Honorary Senior lecturer) in Restorative and Special Care Dentistry at Dundee Dental School, where she led the sedation and special care teaching and clinical services. Previous posts have been held in university, hospital and primary care settings, including positions as Clinical Dental Director of a Community Dental Service and as a Lecturer in Oral Medicine and Periodontics. She is currently the Chair of the British National Formulary Dental Advisory Group.

Dr John Lyne

Dr John Lyne is Associate Clinical Lecturer, Newcastle Dental School and Hospital, Simulation Lead, Health Education North East. He is a retired GDP with 36 years service and was a prison dental officer for 9 years. His professional interests are in sedation, medical emergency training and simulation.


1 Hour

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A recording of the webinar will be made available on this page in the days following the live broadcast.

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