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Scotland, New Doctor/Intern (UK FY)

Dental Care For People With Cancer

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About the course

Overview

The course aims to provide participants with up to date knowledge of patient pathways in cancer treatment. It aims to explain the issues faced when assessing and treating patients before and during cancer treatment.

Target Audience

Consultants, Specialists and Trainees in Special Care Dentistry. Community/Public Dental Service Dentists Consultants, Specialists and Trainees in Oral Surgery Dental Core Trainees with an interest in Special Care Dentistry or Oral Surgery

Learning Style

Lectures Case presentations

Aims & Objectives

The course aims to provide participants with up to date knowledge of patient pathways in cancer treatment. It aims to explain the issues faced when assessing and treating patients before and during cancer treatment.

Learning Outcomes

By the end of the course participants will be able to: Describe diagnostic and treatment pathways for the management of patients with cancer Describe treatment pathways for patients undergoing stem-cell transplant Discuss the evidence and rationale for the use of anti-resorptive (including bisphosphonates) and anti-angiogenic drugs in patients with cancer Discuss the risk factors for the development of Medication Related Osteonecrosis of the Jaws (MRONJ) and its management Discuss the issues involved in assessing and treating patients before and during cancer treatment

 

Additional Information

The course aims to provide participants with up to date knowledge of patient pathways in cancer treatment. It aims to explain the issues faced when assessing and treating patients before and during cancer treatment.

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Start date Venue
20 Mar 2020 RCSEd, Edinburgh Book now

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