Study Day hosted by Teacher’s Branch
All delegates are encouraged to register for the Study Day – Open to All.
|0900||Registration & Refreshments|
Welcome to the BSPD Study Day 2019, Hosted by Teacher’s Branch
Laura Gartshore, Chair of BSPD Teachers’ Branch
|Theme 1||Innovations in Assessment and Feedback: How Do You Do?|
How shall we know them?
Professor Sheila Oliver
Director of Assessment, School of Dentistry, Cardiff
1. Assessment and feedback – an overview
2. Failure to Fail
3. What’s new in assessment and feedback
Research in assessment and feedback
Clinical Lecturer, University of Liverpool
1. How can we get students to reflect on feedback given on clinic? Review of literature and results of research
2. What issues do staff have, with assessment and giving feedback on clinic? Review of literature and results of research
What can be done to improve feedback on clinic? Recommendations
Helping students to accept and use feedback
Lecturer in Psychology (Dental Education)
Understanding the practitioner’s role in:
1. Promoting feedback awareness and reflection
2. Fostering appropriate goal setting techniques
3. Consideration of theoretical frameworks
|Theme 2||Entrustment & Quality Assurance in Training|
Rating trainee performance in clinical practice- Entrustment based decisions
Head of Clinical Skills Education, School of Medicine, Leeds Institute of Medical Education
1. Consider existing approaches to workplace based learning and assessment.
2. Explain the concept of entrustment and explore how entrustment scales can be used to quantify assessment decisions.
3. Identify how entrustment decisions and meaningful feedback can support continuous performance improvement
Quality improvement: Training for better outcomes
Consultant nephrologist and general physician at the Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust and Senior Censor and Vice President (Education and Training) at the Royal College of Physicians
1. Define the nature and purpose of quality improvement
2. Describe the essential knowledge and skills for quality improvement, and how to apply theory to practice
3. Lead and support trainees and teams to develop basic knowledge and skills to improve the quality of patient care
How’s Your Back? Lower Back Pain in Dentistry (Interactive Session)
Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist & DFT Dentist
1. Brief understanding of lower back anatomy for dentists
2. Key pain prevention tips for lower back pain
3. Tips for managing acute lower back pain
|1250||Lunch & Undergraduate Poster Prize Session|
|Theme 3||Inclusion and Diversity: Facing Challenges & Bias|
Unconscious and implicit bias when working with patients, employees and trainees
Training Consultant, Josie Hastings Associates Ltd, Walsall.
1. To know how unconscious and implicit bias are defined
2. Identify the main forms of bias and how they might affect interactions
3. Explore ways of minimising the impact of bias in day-to-day work
Understanding Islamophobia and its Challenge
Dr Chris Allen
Associate Professor, Centre for Hate Studies, University of Leicester
1. To identify what Islamophobia is – and isn’t
2. To consider direct and indirect forms as a means of working towards a more inclusive approach
Gender-Diversity in Children and Young People
Michelle Wheeler, Mermaids UK, A charity which provides support, information and resources to gender diverse children and young people, their families and professionals
1. Develop a greater understanding of what comes under the “Trans Umbrella”
2. Consider laws, policies and knowledge, with visibility and advocacy
3. Discuss practical steps to create an inclusive and diverse ethos
|Theme 4||Hear Me Roar|
Teaching Dentistry to the Next Generation… of Vets!
DCT3 in Oral Surgery and Restorative Dentistry at the Edinburgh Dental Institute
1. Understand the basis of veterinary dentistry teaching and how this is delivered currently
2. Barriers, enablers, curricula and feedback for teaching dentistry to UG vets
3. Discussion of some interesting cases & how you can get involved
Student Preparedness for DCby1
Dental Foundation Trainee & Undergraduate Ambassador for BSPD
1. Student awareness and preparedness for DCby1 – where are we now?
2. Increasing awareness – what is the impact of the undergraduate ambassador?
3. What can be done to improve preparedness?
Closing remarks & feedback
Helen Rogers, Chair Elect of BSPD Teachers’ Branch