Webinar - Addressing mouth care needs within hospital and community settings: Barriers, supporting approaches and collaboration

19.11.2019, 7:00pm-8:30pm

The webinar is free for BSP members.  Charges for non-members £20 Hygienist/Therapist, £30 Dentist.

Bookings will close at midday on Monday 18 November.

Registering instructions will be sent out on Monday 18 November, as you need to register on the GoToWebinar site (a quick and simple process).  After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar on the evening.

Only the first 500 participants to log in on the evening will be able to participate in the live event.  

However, booked participants will be able to view the webinar after the event on the BSP website.  You will be notified when the recorded presentation is available for viewing.

1.5 hours CPD is offered to all delegates who have booked and viewed the webinar. Bookings must have been made through the BSP website, non-members will need their booking reference number to obtain CPD. Evaluation form and CPD certificates will be available after the event on the website. 

Mrs Christine Goodban

Christine Goodban works as a Senior Specialist Speech and Language Therapist at Western Sussex Hospitals as Clinical Specialist for children with feeding and swallowing difficulties. She has a BSc (Hons) Psychology, and BSc (Hons) Speech and Language Therapy and is a member of Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists. Christine has 17 years’ experience as a Speech and Language Therapist working with a variety of client groups including adults with learning disabilities, children in special schools and adults with neurological difficulties.  In 2017 she completed a PGCert Transforming Professional Practice Through Education at University of Brighton. Christine co-ordinated a HEE funded Mouth Care Matters Project between 2016-2018 in her Trust. In 2018-2019 Christine was a HEE funded Clinical Improvement Scholar, focusing on a project using simulation to teach practical mouth care skills to hospital staff. Christine is currently preparing for Doctoral level study.

Webinar - Addressing mouth care needs within hospital and community settings: Barriers, supporting approaches and collaboration

Aims

  • To provide a summary of the caseload of Speech and Language Therapy within acute hospital and community settings. 
  • Explore the impact of poor dentition and poor oral health on communication and eating and drinking. 
  • Explore areas of overlap between Dentistry and Speech and Language Therapy - how could we work more collaboratively?
  • Mouth care issues in hospital and community settings - using the Mouth Care Matters initiative to raise awareness and train staff. 
  • Outline results from a scoping literature review – how mouth care is taught in hospitals and University settings.
  • Explore ideas around simulation – learning from the dental profession and using simulation for teaching practical skills. 

Outcomes

1. To understand topical issues around oral health and mouth care in hospitals and community settings, including training needs for staff. 

2. To have an increased awareness of the role of Speech and Language Therapy with patients with mouth care needs and potential for collaborative working.

3. Explore different ways to teach mouth care skills and the Mouth Care Matters approach. 

GCD Development Outcome C

Talks

Aims

  • To provide a summary of the caseload of Speech and Language Therapy within acute hospital and community settings. 
  • Explore the impact of poor dentition and poor oral health on communication and eating and drinking. 
  • Explore areas of overlap between Dentistry and Speech and Language Therapy - how could we work more collaboratively?
  • Mouth care issues in hospital and community settings - using the Mouth Care Matters initiative to raise awareness and train staff. 
  • Outline results from a scoping literature review – how mouth care is taught in hospitals and University settings.
  • Explore ideas around simulation – learning from the dental profession and using simulation for teaching practical skills. 

Outcomes

1. To understand topical issues around oral health and mouth care in hospitals and community settings, including training needs for staff. 

2. To have an increased awareness of the role of Speech and Language Therapy with patients with mouth care needs and potential for collaborative working.

3. Explore different ways to teach mouth care skills and the Mouth Care Matters approach. 

GCD Development Outcome C

Speakers

Speakers

Biography

Mrs Christine Goodban

Christine Goodban works as a Senior Specialist Speech and Language Therapist at Western Sussex Hospitals as Clinical Specialist for children with feeding and swallowing difficulties. She has a BSc (Hons) Psychology, and BSc (Hons) Speech and Language Therapy and is a member of Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists. Christine has 17 years’ experience as a Speech and Language Therapist working with a variety of client groups including adults with learning disabilities, children in special schools and adults with neurological difficulties.  In 2017 she completed a PGCert Transforming Professional Practice Through Education at University of Brighton. Christine co-ordinated a HEE funded Mouth Care Matters Project between 2016-2018 in her Trust. In 2018-2019 Christine was a HEE funded Clinical Improvement Scholar, focusing on a project using simulation to teach practical mouth care skills to hospital staff. Christine is currently preparing for Doctoral level study.