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Mrs Helen Minnery

Helen qualified from Liverpool University Dental Hospital in September 1992. For the past 25 years she has worked in Private, NHS mixed practices within the North West. Helen Currently works in South Liverpool for 4 days a week where she has been a member of the team for 22 years. The practice is a private general practice and a referral centre for Dental Implants, Endodontics, Restorative, Prothetics and Periodontics. 

After 20 years out of Education, in January 2012 she embarked on a part time degree course at the University of Lancashire. (U.C.L.A.N) December 2013 saw her graduate with a BSc (Hons) in Dental Studies.

Helen is the current President of the British Society of Dental Hygiene and Therapy. Her involvement with the society has spanned 15 years. She is passionate about the profession and the role we play in healthcare and feels the need for a more cohesive working environment among all team members and a better understanding of each other's roles.

Dr Ian Dunn

Ian is a Specialist Periodontist based in Liverpool, working between two Specialist referral practices in Liverpool and Cheshire. Ian lectures around the UK with Phil Ower and the PerioCourses team and also holds an Senior Clinical Teacher in Periodontology at Liverpool University. He has served on the Council of the British Society of Periodontology and is a BSP Faculty speaker.

Webinar - A Team Approach to Periodontal ManagementWorking together to achieve more for our patients

Aims

  • To understand what is meant by teamwork in the dental setting.
  • To understand the important role that the various team members can play.
  • To understand who can refer, when to refer and how to refer to. 
  • To look at how effective teamwork can benefit our patient. 

Objectives

1. Consider using the skill mix within their teams more effectively. 

2. Know when to refer, who can refer and who they can refer to. 

3. Work as a team for the benefit of their patients. 

Talks

Aims

To understand what is meant by teamwork in the dental setting.

To understand the important role that the various team members can play.

To understand who can refer, when to refer and how to refer to. 

To look at how effective teamwork can benefit our patient. 

Objectives

1. Consider using the skill mix within their teams more effectively. 

2. Know when to refer, who can refer and who they can refer to. 

3. Work as a team for the benefit of their patients. 

Speakers

Speakers

Biography

Dr Ian Dunn

Ian is a Specialist Periodontist based in Liverpool, working between two Specialist referral practices in Liverpool and Cheshire. Ian lectures around the UK with Phil Ower and the PerioCourses team and also holds an Senior Clinical Teacher in Periodontology at Liverpool University. He has served on the Council of the British Society of Periodontology and is a BSP Faculty speaker.

Biography

Mrs Helen Minnery

Helen qualified from Liverpool University Dental Hospital in September 1992. For the past 25 years she has worked in Private, NHS mixed practices within the North West. Helen Currently works in South Liverpool for 4 days a week where she has been a member of the team for 22 years. The practice is a private general practice and a referral centre for Dental Implants, Endodontics, Restorative, Prothetics and Periodontics. 

After 20 years out of Education, in January 2012 she embarked on a part time degree course at the University of Lancashire. (U.C.L.A.N) December 2013 saw her graduate with a BSc (Hons) in Dental Studies.

Helen is the current President of the British Society of Dental Hygiene and Therapy. Her involvement with the society has spanned 15 years. She is passionate about the profession and the role we play in healthcare and feels the need for a more cohesive working environment among all team members and a better understanding of each other's roles.