Attendees will be able to understand the changes in delivery to oral health services in Scotland and identify the impact on their practice.
- Identify aspects of the Oral Health Improvement Plan from Scottish Government and apply them to delivery of oral health services local to them
- Evaluate the delivery of secondary care restorative dentistry services as an example of the case for change in the provision of secondary care oral health services
- Assess the need for intermediary care services complementary to primary and secondary care service provision for oral health service delivery
Identify how OHIP will impact/influence delivery of care in your clinic/practice and plan for the appropriate necessary changes
Identify how to access intermediary care services for delivery of oral health services.
Lee is a specialist in Restorative Dentistry and currently works as a Consultant in Restorative Dentistry for NHS GGC where he is currently Chief of Dentistry. He has subspecialty interests in periodontics, implant dentistry and treatment of patients with hypodontia. Lee is closely involved in the training of hospital staff and also enjoys teaching general dental practitioners and hygiene therapists. Lee has published in peer reviewed journals and presented work at a national and international level as well as contributing a chapter to the popular Oxford Handbook of Clinical Dentistry.