Management of Patients with Oligodontia
Dr Steve Singer | Orthodontist
Patients with oligodontia present with six or more congenitally missing permanent teeth. Management requires interdisciplinary treatment which frequently requires orthodontic preparation for future prosthodontic intervention to replace the absent permanent teeth. General dental back up by members of the dental team is also required to maintain ongoing dental health. This presentation describes the management pathway of patients with oligodontia currently under treatment at the Dental Department of Princess Margaret Hospital.
Dr Steven Singer is a specialist orthodontist in Private practice and a visiting consultant to the Cleft Lip and palate clinic and Cranio Maxillofacial Unit at PMH. He has a special interest in treating children with facial clefts and congenitally missing permanent teeth. He is a member of the ADA, Australian Society of Orthodontists and the Australian Cleft Lip and palate Association.
Working as a Paramedic : Step into my ambulance
Phip Hughes | Paramedic
Paramedics can be exposed to a significantly diverse array of patient conditions, environments and situations. This presentation will provide a snap shot into the profession of a Paramedic, what it is that they see and their scope of practice. Phip will provide a brief overview of St John Ambulance WA along with how they manage significant trauma, stepping you through each phase from first arriving on the scene, to handing over the patient to the receiving hospital emergency department.
I have been working as a Paramedic with St John Ambulance WA for eight years, predominately in the Perth area with brief periods in Geraldton. I have travelled to the UK and Canada to gain an insight into the London and Vancouver Ambulance Service and I have been involved in the training of new Ambulance Officers. I am currently working in a liaison role with the Royal Flying Doctor Service.
Prior to this I was employed at Presbyterian Ladies’ College running the Outdoor Education program. I have also been a mountaineering guide in the French and Swiss Alps, worked in collaboration with Rural Health West to expose medical and allied health students to practicing in rural and remote areas, and I have picked grapes in the Margaret River wine region! I have travelled extensively, I enjoy partaking in gruelling adventure races and I am a farm girl at heart.
Ouch my mouth hurts! The usual and not so usual suspects
The many faces of Princess Margaret Hospital
Dr Susan Wong | Paediatric Dentist
Pain is often the most common driving force for seeking dental treatment in an emergency outpatient setting. While dental caries is the main aetiological cause, several unusual presentations and its management will be discussed.
Despite clincians’ best efforts in providing care, sometimes the unexpected happens. Several interesting cases will be shared, emphasizing the need for careful planning and interdisciplinary management.
The many faces of Princess Margaret Hospital
From Autism to Cardiac to Craniofacial to Oncology children: working with this special group of children has its challenges and fun. This lecture aims to highlight the importance of working side by side with our medical colleagues in providing care for these patients.
Dr Susan Wong completed her BDS degree at the University of Otago in 2004. She then worked as a general dentist in Singapore for 7 years, both in the public and private sector. During her years in Singapore, she was actively involved in many overseas and local mission trips where she developed a love for treating children in particular, children with special needs. Susan completed her Doctorate of Clinical Dentistry (Paedodontics) at the University of Western Australia in 2015 and currently holds the senior registrar position at the Princess Margaret Hospital.
Susan has presented at several international and local conferences. Her Doctorate of Clinical Dentistry thesis assessed the quality of life of children who underwent dental extractions under general anaesthesia. She is a member of the Australian and New Zealand Society of Paediatric Dentistry, Australasian Academy of Paediatric Dentistry and International Association of Dental Research.
Kareen Dunlop | Nurse Educator
Kareen Dunlop is a nurse educator who has over thirty years’ experience in the operating theatre and in infection control. She is also a practicing naturopath, acupuncturist and herbalist who is passionate about integrating evidence based complementary medicine with western medicine health. She is a very accomplished educator and loves to impart her knowledge and skills to others in a way that will keep you engaged.
Kareen will present about her 8 Months in Cambodia where she worked as a volunteer nurse educator and worked with the local community.
Event registration from 12.30 – Light refreshments served (Tea and coffee only)
Programme begins 12.45pm – Afternoon tea served mid afternoon
Programme concludes 5.00pm
CPD 4 Hours per seminar
A Certificate of Attendance will be issued at the completion of each seminar. In most cases this will be emailed
A tally of all CPD hours gained through EdgePD will be kept on file. This is assist you in managing your CPD hours and reporting to AHPRA.
There is complimentary parking at the City West Complex (under Scitec)
A parking voucher will be emailed to you at the commencement of the week of the event.
Please print this voucher and display on your dashboard. The local council enforces wheel clamping in this precinct.
Bookings are closed for this event.