Upcoming Medical Conferences in DarwinSearch Criteria : Australia Darwin
Oct 07 - 08, 2019 | CPD Hours 14.00 | Darwin, Northern Territory
Primespeak Seminar is organized by Prime Practice and will be held from Oct 07 - 08, 2019 at Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia. This Conference has been approved for a maximum of 14 CPD hours. Target Audience: Dentist, Clinicians Learn: • The rules of ethical dentistry. • How to remove any perception of sales pressure. • How to become rejection-proof. • Key trust busters and trust breakers. • A step by step sequence for the new patient exam. • How to overcome objections and deal with “I’ll think about it”. • Tools and techniques to deepen patient ownership of their dental conditions. Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
Oct 09, 2019 | CPD Hours 7.00 | AUD $765 | Darwin, Northern Territory
Power to the Practice Manager is organized by Prime Practice and will be held on Oct 09, 2019 at Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia. This Conference has been approved for a maximum of 07 CPD hours. Target Audience: Principal Dentist, Practice Manager Description: This workshop addresses the changing and expanding role of the Practice Manager providing tools to help take some of the responsibility off the shoulders of the practice owner/dentist. Learn: Business acumen- Think like a patient, act like an owner: • Quality control for the patient at every step • Key Performance Indicators/ KPIs • Analyzing key reports to support your practice owner People Management- How to gain, train and retain your team: • Alleviating recruitment stresses and the importance of contracts • Training and motivating your team to succeed Customer service culture- Creating an aligned and consistent team: • Creating practice standards and protocols • What you need to know about marketing and patient retention • Fostering a patient-focused culture in your practice Practice compliance: • Staying on top of regulatory compliance • WH&S and infection control procedures • Creating standards Outcomes for the day: • Improve practice performance and production • Greater team alignment reducing inefficiency and waste • Increased patient satisfaction. • Reduce stress for the dentist. Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
Oct 10, 2019 | CPD Hours 4.00 | USD $370 | Darwin, Northern Territory
Infection Prevention and Sterilisation Workshop is organized by Prime Practice and will be held on Oct 10, 2019 at Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia. This Workshop has been approved for a maximum of 4 CPD hours. Target Audience: Dentist, Team Description: This 1/2 day interactive workshop will provide the whole dental team with an update on recent developments in infection prevention and will support the implementation of successful protocols for efficiencies in everyday practice. This workshop will cover: • Office-Based Practice, the technicalities of key reference documents and clinician obligations. • Why are infection prevention and control important in dentistry? • Standard and risk-based precautions. • Policy & Procedures manuals - how, why and the importance of team implementation. • Hand Hygiene - protect patients, protect yourself. • Personal Hygiene and Personal Protective Equipment requirements and use. • Reprocessing and safe-handling of used instruments (reusable medical devices). • Pre-cleaning for successful sterilization - the critical step. • Improving workflow in instrument reprocessing and patient changeover. • Disinfection vs detergency. • Surface management protocols - clinical contact surfaces and general environment. • instrument reprocessing - the most efficient overall process. • Sterilization - packaging, loading, monitoring requirements and recording the process. • Quality Management and Validation - equipment, and the overall sterilization process. Educational Objectives: • Discuss the basic principles of sterilization and disinfection, including the importance of cleaning an item before a process is used. • Understand and practically apply Standard (Universal) Precautions. • Highlight protocols required for successful sterilization. • Highlight key principles for dental unit water lines and evacuation systems. • Be able to relate the AS/NZS 4187:2014, AS/NZS 4815:2006, ADA Guidelines for Infection Control, DCNZ Infection Prevention and Control Practice and/or NZDA Code of Practice as applicable, within and around the dental clinic/practice environment.
Oct 27 - 30, 2019 | USD $800 | Darwin, Northern Territory
29th Australian and New Zealand Bone and Mineral Society (ANZBMS) Annual Scientific Meeting is organized by ASN Events and will be held from Oct 27 - 30, 2019 at Darwin Convention Centre, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia. This year's themes include: • Osteoimmunology • Therapeutics • Bone and Energy Metabolism • Molecular and cellular mechanisms in bone • Population Bone Health • Bone repair • Muscle and Bone Interactions • Bone Health in the Disadvantaged • Epigenetics Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
Nov 23 - 24, 2019 | Contact H 20.00 | AUD $3545 | Darwin, Northern Territory
Rural Emergency Skills Training (REST) is organized by Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM) and will be held from Nov 23 - 24, 2019 at Oaks Elan Darwin, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia. Accreditation: Total contact hours: 20.00 PDP points: • 10 ALS • 30 PRPD MOPS points: 30 Emergency Medicine 2 Surgery 1 Anaesthetics (Emergency Response) Description: This two-day emergency medicine course covers many of the common emergencies in rural practice that are relevant to the pre-hospital, small rural hospital and private rural practice environment. The Rural Emergency Skills Training (REST) program is conducted by trained emergency medicine instructors experienced in rural general practice. Learning objective: • Improve participants’ knowledge and confidence of emergency presentations. • To enhance specific skills related to the initial assessment and stabilization of emergency presentations. • Learn manual skills applicable to the management of emergency presentations. • Rehearse the critical thinking required for the structured approach to the critically ill or injured patient. • Bring about a change in their attitude and approach to emergency presentations in their practice. • Identify ways that they can continue to practice and prepare for future emergency presentations. • To generate confidence in the use of principles and skills in emergency care by use of simulation scenarios. Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.