Annual Scientific Meeting – special rates available
The Faculty of Dentistry RCSI Annual Scientific Meeting 2023, on 27-28 October, will provide a comprehensive update on the advances in technology, research and development of new techniques in clinical dentistry.
Speakers include Martina Hayes, Graham Quilligan, Steve Rosenstiel, Anthony Roberts, Craig Barclay, Wendy Turner, Gerry McKenna, Grace Kelly, Kate Farrell, Anne O’Connell, Nicola Innes, Charlotte Eckhardt, Phil Atkin, Suk Ng and Saoirse O’Toole. There are also two hands-on courses:
- CBCT for General Practitioners: This hybrid course will combine an online preparatory component covering the theoretical aspects of CBCT, with a full day in person practical component on the viewing, manipulation and interpretation of CBCT images. The syllabus meets the Level 1 training requirements as mandated by the Dental Council of Ireland.
- Practical Minor Oral Surgery: This hybrid course introduces delegates to a unique hands-on experience in our state-of-the-art clinical laboratory facilities at RCSI. Those taking the hands-on component will have access to our bespoke on-line preparatory component, which they can study at their leisure in advance.
Spaces for both are limited.
RCSI Fellows, Members, Diplomates and Affiliates can avail of discounted rates when registering for the Faculty of Dentistry’s ASM 2023. Special rates are also available to students and retired dentists by contacting: email@example.com
“Clinical dentistry has come a long way in recent years, thanks to significant advances in technology, research, and the development of new techniques,” said Professor Chris Lynch, Dean of the Faculty of Dentistry.
“These developments have revolutionised patient care and improved oral health outcomes. The 2023 Annual Scientific Meeting of the Faculty of Dentistry RCSI will delve deeper into these advancements.
‘The team from the RCSI Scientific Committee have put together an excellent line up of speakers who are all experts in their chosen areas. I look forward to welcoming you to the Faculty’s Annual Scientific Meeting 2023.”