The Eventbrite Link to the registration for BSOM Annual Scientific Meeting 2018 in Dundee is now available. This can be accessed through the Meetings Page of the the BSOM web.
An exciting programme of speakers for the BSOM Winter Meeting has been announced. The event is taking place on the 25th November 2017 at the Eastman Dental Hospital and full details and information about abstract submission and prizes are available through the BSOM Meetings page. The event is free for BSOM members.
BSOM is delighted to hear that Professor Stephen Challacombe, Emeritus Professor of Oral Medicine at Kings College, London has been honoured with the Samuel Charles Miller award for 2018 by the American Academy of Oral Medicine. This award is given annually by the Board and Trustees of the AAOM in recognition of the recipient’s outstanding lifetime contribution to Oral Medicine.
Professor Challacombe is reported to be honoured and delighted to be the recipient of the award. He will deliver the award lecture at the AAOM meeting in San Antonio, Texas in April 2018.
The Scottish Government has announced that a new Graduate-entry medical course will be started in 2018 based at the universities of St Andrews and Dundee medical schools, but administered with the University of the Highlands and Islands. Dental graduates looking at a career in Oral Medicine would be eligible for this course which is specifically tailored to graduate entrants. It will be a 4 year course and further details of the First Minister’s announcement can be found at:
Following the recent debate in parliament, senior figures in Medicine and Dentistry including Professor Mike Lewis, Professor Saman Warnakulsuriya and Professor Crispian Scully who are fellows of BSOM, are signatories to a letter published in the Times yesterday calling for HPV vaccination in the UK to be available to both boys and girls on the NHS. At present only girls are vaccinated although boys can have the vaccination on request through their GP. This may involve a fee. The letter outlines the many other diseases in which HPV may be implicated including Oral Cancer and the benefits to both sexes of having boys vaccinated in reducing these diseases in the community. Currently boys and girls are routinely vaccinated only in Australia and Austria with most other countries including HPV on a vaccination programme for girls only as a result of the association of HPV with cervical cancer.
The letter can be accessed on line or in a print copy of the Times from the 13th June.
The British Pain Society Headache Special Interest Group are holding a Study Day on Wednesday 25th September at Churchill House, London.
Further information can be found on the BPS Web at:
The BSOM 2015 OFG Service Evaluation questionnaire is available for all BSOM Units to complete. This is in the QI section of the Members Web and can be downloaded as a pdf to complete. The lead for this project is Dr Meena Rudralingam.
Would each CONSULTANT please complete the questionnaire once (not one per unit as previously stated) and return the questionnaire to Dr Rudralingam, either by scanning the pdf or by post. The deadline for return of the information is 30th September 2015
Find the questionnaire in Current QI initiatives
Locum Specialty Dentist in Oral Medicine
Job Reference: 387-S-1128
Department: Oral Medicine
Location: Bristol Dental Hospital, Bristol
Salary: £37,176 – £69,325 pa
University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust is one of the largest acute Trusts in the country and the major teaching and research centre for the South West. With 8,000 staff, over 100 different clinical services, working in nine hospitals in the centre and to the south of Bristol, we offer a wide range of careers and jobs. Together we support the delivery of excellent care to the people of Bristol and beyond.
Our hospitals include: Bristol Royal Infirmary, Bristol Royal Hospital for Children, Bristol Haematology and Oncology Centre, University of Bristol Dental Hospital, Bristol Eye Hospital, St Michael’s Hospital, Bristol Heart Institute, Bristol Eye Hospital and South Bristol Community Hospital.
The city of Bristol is an exciting place to live and work whether you are looking for culture, shopping, eating out or sport, it’s all here for you.
Trust values: Respecting everyone, Embracing change, Recognising success, Working together
Everyone at University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust is valued, whatever their role. We are looking for people that live our values to help us make a difference to the thousands of patients who come to us for treatment every year. Being a member of staff here means treating everyone with respect. It means working together and embracing change to achieve excellence in every part of the hospital. Most of all, it means encompassing a desire to take personal responsibility for ensuring our patients get the highest quality care they deserve.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust is an equal opportunities employer actively working towards a diverse workforce.
We are seeking to employ a Locum Specialty Dentist in Oral Medicine for 6 months. This is a new post which has been created to help address growth in referral volume. The post-holder will primarily contribute to clinical service delivery within Oral Medicine which is part of the Ground Floor Services at Bristol Dental Hospital. The post-holder will complement the existing two NHS Consultants in Oral Medicine. The post-holder will work with colleagues from other specialities. and also contribute to undergraduate teaching.
For further details / informal visits contact:
Konrad Staines email@example.com, 0117 34 24400
The Eastman Dental Hospital, part of University College London has advertised for a 0.8 WTE Consultant in Oral Medicine, with an interest in Orofacial Pain.
Full details of the post can be obtained from the UCL website at:
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