1 Day Medical Emergencies & Dental Crisis Management for the Dental Team (28/06/19)
Healthcare professionals have an obligation to provide resuscitation skills in the event of a cardiorespiratory arrest and to ensure that staff are trained and updated regularly to a level of proficiency appropriate to each individual’s expected role.
‘A patient could collapse on any premises at any time, whether they have received treatment or not. It is therefore essential that ALL registrants are trained in dealing with medical emergencies, including resuscitation, and possess up to date evidence of capability’.
General Dental Council ‘Scope of Practice’ 2013
- To understand the various medical emergencies that might arise both in the dental chair and in dental practice.
- To recognise the signs and symptoms of common medical emergencies.
- To act proficiently and to work as a team in the crisis management of medical emergencies, whatever your job role.
- To know how to reduce the risk of a medical emergency occurring in known patients.
- To understand and apply the principles of CPR on a non-breathing casualty.
The morning session will cover the theory and techniques to meet the objectives as outlined above.
Participants are then shown how to correctly and safely use an automatic external defibrillator (AED) and airway management using an array of devices. The group is shown the drugs in our drug box and their purpose explained.
The afternoon session will consist of Scenario Practice and group debriefing.
Course participants are orientated in our simulated dental surgery and shown where the relevant equipment is stored.
Participants are introduced to an advanced training mannequin, where his physiological signs are demonstrated - consciousness, pulse, breathing and capillary refill being the prominent signs examined in general dental practice.
The group is then split into smaller groups and immersed into realistic scenarios, all of which could be encountered in the dental chair or anywhere in the dental practice.
After each scenario, the participants review their actions with the tutor and the remainder of the group using our digital video recording system. This part of the training proves to be a high point of the course enjoyed by all participants.
Registration is at 09:15 and the course starts at 09:30. Expected finish time is 16:30pm.
The course takes place at LonDEC. Please see https://www.londec.co.uk/directions/
Course includes course notes, refreshments. Each participant will receive a certificate of attendance from LonDEC, Kings College London Dental Institute and be awarded with 6 hours of verifiable CPD.
Adekemi Bakare Dental CPD Educator – LonDEC
Kemi has been responsible for the delivery of LonDEC training programs for over 4 years. These courses include Oral Health Updates, Safeguarding, Basic Life support, Medical Emergencies, Infection Control and First Aid training.
RDN (Registered Dental Nurse), OHE (Post qualification in Oral Health Education), PTLLs (Preparing to Teach in Lifelong Learning), Qualified First aid Instructor.
In addition to this list, Kemi is also heavily involved in the creation and delivery of some of the tailored made courses that either target a specific Practices or Dental Care Professionals.
|Course Date||28-06-2019 9:30 am|
|Course End Date||28-06-2019 4:30 pm|
|Registration Start Date||19-03-2019|
|Cut off date||26-06-2019 11:55 pm|