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This meeting had a theme of Realistic Medicine.

Aims:

  • to outline how Realistic Medicine can inspire change with some specific examples of tools that are being developed to help achieve this.
  • to demonstrate how to apply the principles of realistic medicine in the context of dentistry.
  • to describe the Global Evidence Ecosystem and discuss how to make a difference for the profession and public
  • to learn about research methods that will allow us to put our patients at the centre of our research into Realistic Medicine.
  • to learn about the (un)reality of wellbeing and resilience in NHS healthcare practitioners.
  • to Illustrate the impact of our interpersonal behaviour on productivity, staff retention, enjoyment and safety in the workplace.
  • to provide an update on infective endocarditis (IE) as a disease and the link to poor oral hygiene and invasive dental procedures.

Objectives:

By the end of the meeting and subsequent reflection, delegates should be able to:

  • reflect of the current ethos of industrialisation that exists in healthcare and the impact that has on individuals
  • recognise the importance of person centred care, including shared decision making.
  • understand the impact of Cochrane Oral Health and SDCEP guidelines
  • understand how we can measure outcomes in a standardised manner.
  • understand the challenges to wellbeing and resilience in the healthcare professions.
  • understanding what improves the working environment and its central nature to the future of healthcare.
  • understand a strategy for realistic, person cantered care of patients at increased IE-risk in the Oral Medicine/dental clinic.


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