Up to four hours of Enhanced CPD are available for UK dental professionals at the forthcoming Colgate Talks 2018 e-conference – but they need to act fast to avoid missing out by registering at here.
UK speakers include principal and associate dentists, a clinical studies and method development manager, as well as a patient to deliver the latest information on how to be one step ahead with prevention with topics such as ‘Whole mouth health – the patient and the science’, and ‘Prevention in your practice – a win-win for you and your patients’.
Smita Mehra – principal dentist and managing director at Neem Tree Dental Group
Smita is the principal dentist and managing director at Neem Tree Dental Group, a leading dental group in London and the South East of England, where she focuses on the patient journey and customer service. Smita also uses her experience in the role of clinical director for Samera Dental Business Advisors.
Rachel Liechti – patient
Rachel is 43, married and a mother of two children (11 and 12 years old) living in Surrey, near London. Friends and family know her as a talkative organiser! Rachel and her dentist, Smita Mehra, will tell us how they work together to be one step ahead with prevention.
Rema Hamad – associate dentist at Windsor Dental Practice
Rema is an associate dentist at a practice based in Salford, Greater Manchester, which was a pilot practice for the current dental contract reform program being carried out in England. Rema has also practised in Liverpool, Merthyr Tydfil and Cardiff; working in both primary and secondary care. Rema has specific interests in prevention in practice and dental public health.
Richard Hogan – manager of clinical studies for Colgate-Palmolive
Richard Hogan is a manager of clinical studies and method development for the Colgate-Palmolive company. Based at the Colgate-Palmolive Dental Health Unit – a unique, 50-year collaboration between the University of Manchester and Colgate-Palmolive – Richard’s research interests focus on diagnostic technologies. Richard has also worked as a general dental practitioner for NHS Scotland.
For the first time, Colgate is holding its online event on two weekday evenings (25 and 26 April 2018) and all dental professionals and dental and hygiene students in Europe are invited to attend these live webinar sessions.
Colgate’s successful e-conferences in 2016 and 2017 were attended by more than 3,000 young dental professionals from across Europe, with 98% of attendees saying they would recommend the e-conference to their peers.
Interested professionals can register at www.colgatetalks.com/conference/colgatetalks-econference-2018-one-step-ahead-prevention.