In this ever-changing world, it’s important to come together and share our findings on emerging health topics.
JCU is offering a range of informative webinars for health professionals featuring experts in various fields. Broaden your knowledge and stay across what’s happening on the health front.
Keep an eye on this page for upcoming episodes in the JCU Webinar Series.
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CPD Hours: 4 hours
JCU Dentistry's Clinical Day for 2020 is 100% online. The program will feature research presentations from our undergraduate and postgraduate students as well as lectures from leading female figures in dentistry. This program is designed for general dentists, specialists, dental therapists, oral health therapists, dental hygienists, students and other health professionals.
"Direct Oral Anti-Coagulants and Novel Oral Anti-Platelets: an evaluation of current practices and interactions between medical and dental practitioners in Australia"
Presented by Dr Kate Kirkham Ali
"Articaine in dentistry: safety, efficacy and evidence-based clinical practice"
Presented by Dr Erica Martin
"The Oral Health Time Bomb"
Presented by Dr Angie Nilsson
"The perils of periodontal disease in a patient with haematological malignancy"
Presented by Associate Professor Sharon Liberali
"Dental fear, anxiety and phobia"
Presented by Dr Avanti Karve
CPD points: 1 (one)
Presenter: Andrew Lee, Associate Professor of Preventative and Special Needs Dentistry, College of Medicine and Dentistry, James Cook University
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is classified as a complex neurodevelopment disorder affecting three main domains, which include impaired social interaction, impaired communication skills as well as sensorimotor deficits combined with stereotyped and restricted behaviours. The oral health care of clients with ASD may present a number of challenges, not least two different operating systems trying their best to interface, with, on occasion, frustrating outcomes.
This lecture aims to provide a broader understanding of individuals living with Autism Spectrum Disorder and their clinical dental management.
The webinar is open to: anyone with an interest in the oral health of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Join our panellists as they discuss the fascinating and complex interconnection between people, animals, and the environment in which they live - a concept called 'One Health'. They will explore concepts of applying a One Health approach to health issues at the animal, human and ecosystem interface to achieve health outcomes for people and animals in a shared environment.
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For more, visit previous webinars for Health Professionals.