• Current developments for the dental team from the Faculty of Dental Trainers at RCS Edinburgh

    • Saturday 28 April, 10:45 - 11:45
    • This lecture is presented by: Sarah Manton
    • This session will take place in: Room 4
    • dentist, team

      Brief overview: This presentation introduces the work of the Faculty of Dental Trainers at the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh. It discusses the relevance of assessing non-technical skills for dentists and the potential for introducing such assessments into training. Are attributes such as leadership, situational awareness, teamwork, communication and decision-making important skills for dentists working with a dental team? This lecture presents developments in this field by the Faculty of Dental Trainers at the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh

      Aims and Objectives

      1. To present the work of the Faculty of Dental Trainers and its relevance to the dental team
      2. To find out about measuring non-technical skills for the dental team
      3. To learn why assessing non-technical skills may have value
      4. To discuss how non-technical skills may be applied in training situations

      Learning Outcomes

      1. To know about the work of the Faculty of Dental Trainers
      2. To understand the rationale for assessing non-technical skills for clinicians and which skills might be important
      3. To gain knowledge of why assessing non-technical skills may have relevance for dentistry
      4. To appreciate the potential use of assessing non-technical skills during training members of the dental team

       


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Faculty of Dental Trainers, RCSEd

Sarah Manton