DHAA NSW: Dinner Meeting “Ethics, Law, and Professionalism”
April 4 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm$21.89 - $105.49
We have organised a CPD dinner featuring a lecture on Ethics, Law, and Professionalism from Dr Alexander Holden.
Please join us for the first dinner meeting of the year. We will be having a two-course dinner with drinks before being entertained by Dr Alexander Holden. His presentation will cover the area of ethics, law and professionalism in the dental workplace. The session is worth 1.5 CPD hours and is suitable for all members of the dental community – so why not bring the whole team?
The location is yet to be finalised but it will to be a Sydney CBD location – we’ll know by 15 March.
About the speaker
Dr Alexander Holden BDS LLM HPD MJDF RCS(Eng) MALCM FRSA
Lecturer in Dental Ethics, Law, and Professionalism
Dr Holden graduated with a bachelor of dental surgery from the University of Sheffield in 2011 and has worked in public and private dental care in the UK.
Alongside his clinical practice, Alexander has gained a masters degree in medical law and has pursued further training in dental public health. Dr Holden has extensive experience within the dento-legal field acting as an expert witness in cases with a dental component, typically within the civil arena in personal injury and clinical negligence cases but has experience in giving expert evidence in criminal cases also.
Dr Holden is currently working as Head of Dental Ethics and Law within the Faculty of Dentistry as well as working within clinical care.
- • Litigation within Dentistry
- • Consent for Dental Procedures
- • Alternatives to Litigation in Dentistry
- • Justice within Dentistry
- • Regulation Within Dentistry
- • The Views of Dental Professionals on Ethical and Legal Issues within Dentistry
- • Patient Rights within Dental Care
- • Changes in Empathy in Dental Students
- • Professionalism within Dentistry
Teaching and Supervision
- • Re-design and implementation of a new curriculum for dental ethics and law for DMD and BOH
- • The Effect of the Human Tissue Legislation of the Use of Human Teeth in Dental Education
- • The Ethical and Legal Aspects of Amalgam Illness
- • Standard of Care within Dentistry
- • Member of the Joint Dental Faculties of the Royal College of Surgeons England
- • Member of the Australasian College of Legal Medicine
- • Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts
7 days notice must be given in writing to [email protected] if you cannot attend to receive a refund.Reimbursements will not be made after this time. Registration may be transferred to another person of the same membership status. DHAA reserves the right to invoice the ticket holder $50 to cover cost incurred.