Webinar - Radiation: The Gift that Keeps on Giving

Join us for a 1 hour online webinar covering head and neck radiation therapy!

 

Topics to be covered include:

  • Understanding head and neck radiation therapy and the patient journey through this time
  • Ability to identify side effects and how they can impact the oral ecosystem
  • Provide evidence based treatment options to assist with symptoms and or possible disease

 

About our speakers:

Shae Beaton

BOHT
Shae graduated from the Bachelor of Oral Health at the University of Melbourne in 2015. During her final year of study, she completed an elective study unit on radiation-induced side effects in patients with head and neck cancer. This unit included a placement at Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, where Shae’s passion for managing patients with special needs arose. Since graduating, Shae has worked within the dental oncology unit as an oral health therapist, as well as in the private sector. Currently, Shae is working part time at Peter Mac, and is also studying a Master of Public Health. Shae’s role within the dental oncology unit is heavily focused on the prevention and management of treatment-induced side effects in the oral cavity. Since graduating, Shae has spoken at various conferences, including at the Australian Dental Congress in Adelaide in 2019.

Margaret Randles-Guzzardi

BOH
Margaret commenced working in the dental oncology department at Petermac in July 2014. She had previously worked in the private dental sector in the areas of periodontics, orthodontics, pediatrics and general dentistry as well as 11 years in the dental department at the Royal Children’s Hospital. She has also taught and tutored in dental radiography and periodontal instrumentation as well as clinical demonstrator in the undergraduate clinics for BOH students at the University of Melbourne. Margaret has enjoyed all aspects of her dental practice however it is in the hospital based sector that she finds her work to be the most rewarding. Being a part of a patient’s treatment journey, offering support both clinically and sometimes emotionally is incredibly rewarding and it is a privilege to be given the opportunity to do so.

Webinar Times:

NSW, ACT, VIC, TAS- 8pm
QLD - 7pm
SA - 7.30 pm
NT - 6:30 pm
WA - 5pm

 

Registration cost:

DHAA Members: Webinar registration is free for all categories of DHAA membership. 
Non members: registration is available for non members at a cost of $40 per attendee. 

 

Webinar link

All attendees will be emailed the link to join 24hrs before the webinar starts and again 1 hour before the webinar starts. If you have not received the email by those times we ask that you please contact us and we will help out.

 

When
8/12/2022 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM
AUS Eastern Daylight Time
Where
Online Webinar AUSTRALIA

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Webinar access:  

Our webinars are run through the Zoom.us online platform. Please ensure when logging on to the Zoom platform for the first time that you enter your full name and email address as this information is used to register your attendance and award your CPD certificate. 

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