The Premier Symposium – the largest risk management conference of its kind in the UK – has announced a compelling line-up of speakers for the 10th anniversary of the event.
Organised by Dental Protection – the indemnity organisation for dental professionals – and by cross-infection control experts, this year’s Premier Symposium will take place on Saturday 5 December 2010 at King’s College, London.
The Premier Symposium 2010 will feature a range of topical lectures including the transformation of dental care through the use of implants and the risks associated with them, nerve injuries – their cause and management and the HTM 01-05 guidelines – one year on.
The programme features the following speakers and lecture topics:
• Professor Richard Palmer, Implants – new risks for old?
• Professor Tara Renton, Nerve injuries – their cause and management
• Paul Jenkins – The HTM 01-05 watershed. Where are we now?
• Paul Redmond – Talking ’bout my generation (communicating across ‘generation gaps’)
• Peter Briggs – Risks and responsibilities in periodontal care
The event will also include the presentation of the Premier Awards, a series of six risk management prizes presented to dental professionals who have produced original work that aims to improve patient safety.
It’s being hailed as an ideal practice day out, with team tickets available for DPL Xtra Practice Programme members, and a chance for all members of the dental team to attend this valuable and informative pre-Christmas symposium.
Including six hours verifiable CPD, tickets are now on sale for this year’s Premier Symposium.
The conference was a sell-out last year, and delegates are advised to order their tickets as soon as possible in order to avoid disappointment.
Tickets are available from firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 020 7399 1339.
Or for more information, please visit the Dental Protection website here.