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Conference Programme 2024


How to make your dental practice inclusive

17 May 2024
Enhanced CPD Theatre
A , B , C , D

Learning Content

The needs of our population are becoming more complex and dental professionals are increasingly seeing people who have additional needs.
This talk will cover what patient groups have additional needs or are socially excluded and everyday strategies to care for these patients in primary care.

Learning Aims

To understand why dental professionals have a responsibility to be inclusive in their care and learn strategies they can apply to their practice tomorrow.

Learning Objectives

To understand which patient groups have additional needs - To learn how to adapt dental care for these patients in general dental practice - To learn what support there is for patients who cannot be managed in primary care - To challenge stereotypes and encourage equality, diversity and inclusion for patients who have protected characteristics.
Natalie Bradley, Consultant in Special Care Dentistry and Chair - Young Dentist Committee, BDA