The inaugural Clinical Skills Day today is your opportunity to see Professor Tim Newton discuss changing habits for improved oral health outcomes.
Today at 4:20pm, Tim Newton, professor of psychology as applied to dentistry at King’s College London, will share with delegates ‘Habit change for improved oral health outcomes – a continuing challenge in unprecedented times’.
He joins an illustrious panel for a Dentistry Study Club day focusing on clinical skills. Professor Newton will look at how members of the dental team can be maximally effective at working with patients. Helping support improved oral health outcomes. Especially during the challenging times we all find ourselves facing currently.
The webinar, sponsored by Johnson & Johnson Ltd, the makers of Listerine, will take psychological theory and explore how it can be applied to deliver care for patients, which also supports them to maintain healthy behaviours both from afar and in practice, when dental practices are ready to re-open.
This all-day event is free for dental professionals. It will help keep attendess up to date with the latest techniques and maximising clinical care.
More about Professor Tim Newton
Tim Newton is professor and consultant in psychology as applied to dentistry at King’s College London Dental Institute/Guy’s & St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust.
He is also honorary consultant health psychologist to the office of the chief dental officer (England). And an honorary professor at both University College London and University College Cork.
An IADR distinguished scientist, he is also a world authority on the application of psychological theory in dentistry. His particular interests include interventions to enhance oral health related behaviour and the management of dental anxiety.
Clinical Skills Day
The very first online Clinical Skills Day takes place today and is completely free to attend.
Aimed at the whole team, the Clinical Skills Day will focus on latest techniques, increasing revenue and also maximising clinical care. Leading speakers from around the profession will lecture throughout the day on their various topics.
To register to attend for free and view Professor Newton’s webinar, simply visit www.dentistrystudyclub.com/webinar/clinical-skills-day.