Specialist Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Part 1
This program is designed to provide a comprehensive overview of oral and maxillofacial surgery. The field of oral and maxillofacial surgery continues to evolve and this program offers instruction beyond knowledge acquired in residency or some continuing education courses. Emphasis is placed on increasing practicing surgeon’s knowledge of how to incorporate newly learned techniques and best practices in contemporary maxillofacial surgery. The latest advances in best practices lead to increased patient safety. There are 3 lectures contained in this course:
- UNIT 1: Medicine & Outpatient Anesthesia – 7.50
- UNIT 2: Dentoalveolar Surgery – 6.50
- UNIT 3: Dental Implant Surgery and Maxillofacial Trauma – 7.50
What you will learn:
Those who complete the entire program should be able to:
Describe current updates in the management and treatment of patients in specialist practice
Apply knowledge of the most recent and pertinent developments in specialist practice to daily practice
Incorporate evidence-based guidelines for preventive medicine and standard of care to improve patient outcomes
The flexibility and portability of the course enables you to absorb the essential and authoritative information at your own pace… on your own schedule…when and where it is convenient for you. Listen to the audio while you exercise or commute, watch the lectures during travel. Repeat modules as needed to reinforce your learning.
The courses are available in flexible “on-the-go” formats. Bring the conference to you and learn at your convenience. Start, stop, and repeat the topics that impact you most. Save time and money while earning continuing professional development points through the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners or the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine. Purchase today!
RACGP Activity- XX Points