Behavioural science’s contribution to dentistry perspectives from guiding and rising stars

The British Association for the Study of Community Dentistry (BASCD) and British Society for Oral and Dental Research (BSODR) are celebrating their 50th and 70th anniversaries respectively with a live webinar on Friday 21st April 2023, 10am – 12:45pm, titled: Behavioural science’s contribution to dentistry perspectives from guiding and rising stars.

Sarah Baker, Professor of Psychology as applied to Dentistry from the University of Sheffield, has been confirmed as the guiding star speaker. Her topic will be ‘Are we there yet? The contribution of social and behavioural sciences to oral health.’

The programme will also include rising stars recognised by both societies as building their careers in the field of applying behavioural sciences to dentistry:

  • Anwen Cope – ‘Insights into the barriers to risk-based recall intervals in general dental practice’
  • Martha Paisi – ‘Am I worth it?” The nexus of oral and mental health in homelessness’
  • Rachael England – ‘Impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on adult oral hygiene behaviours and access to oral healthcare’
  • James Bird – ‘Quality of life of those living with disabilities’

The webinar will provide 3 hours’ of ECPD.

To register your place, please go to https://bascd-bsodr-webinar.eventbrite.co.uk
The early bird rate for this joint BASCD/BSODR webinar closes at 5 pm on Monday 13 March 2023.

If you have any queries regarding your registration, please call the organising team on 0161 665 5887.