Webinars – can they change clinical practice?
24th May 2023, 19:00 to 20:00 BST
This presentation discusses the role that webinars play within the delivering of Defence Primary Health Care’s educational objectives to a disparate clinician audience. Insight will be given into the relative effectiveness of a clinically focused webinar programme at improving the quality of clinical outcomes, when compared to traditional educational models.
- To discuss the role of webinars in delivering clinical training, to a disparate audience.
- To discuss mechanisms to improve webinar training delivery.
- To discuss means of assessing the clinical impact of webinar delivered training.
- To discuss the role that webinars may play with the support of traditional training models.
GDC Development Outcomes
Development Outcomes B & C
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.
Surg Cdr Graeme Bryce joined the Royal Navy Dental Service in 1999 on a Naval Cadetship whilst studying for a BDS at Glasgow University. In 2001 he joined CTC Lympstone to undertake the All Arms Commando Course and, upon award of his Green Beret, subsequently served with the Royal Marines as a Commando Unit Dental Officer and deployed on operations in Northern Ireland and Iraq. In 2006 he passed the MFGDP (UK) examination prior to commencing MSc programme in Endodontics at the Eastman Dental Institute. Graduating with distinction, he was employed at the Defence Centre for Restorative Dentistry where he provided an endodontic referral service for military dental clinicians. In 2011 he passed both MRD and MEndoRCS examinations and was awarded membership to the endodontic specialist list. He was selected to undertake 5-year restorative training programme as a Specialist Registrar at the Eastman Dental Hospital 2012. In 2017, he successfully completed training and was appointed as a Restorative Consultant in Restorative Dentistry, providing complex dental rehabilitation for military patients. Subsequently, he designed and implemented a Managed Clinical Network in Restorative Dentistry for referred military patients which he continues to run as the clinical lead. Graeme has extensively lectured and provided training for both General Dental Practitioners and post-graduate students at a range of organisations that have included; Peninsula Dental School, University College London, Kings University and the military. His topics of expertise include endodontics, the management of tooth surface loss and dental implants. Graeme has presented at national dental meetings and published over 20 research papers and articles within peer-reviewed journals.
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