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Upcoming Courses:

8th March 2017Panoramic

Radiation Protection & Legislation for Dental Radiographers
Brasteds (Norwich)/Conference Room

Course aims:

  • Outline the main legal duties and responsibilities placed on GDPs and other practice staff with reference to current legislation (i.e. IRR99, and IR(ME)R 2000)
  • Outline the factors that affect doses received by patients and staff in a dental practice
  • State the biological effects, and consequent necessary practical dose limitation measures to help update policies for radiation protection within the dental practice

Learning outcomes:

  • To recognise the physical underpinning principles of radiation dose & biological effects
  • For delegates to identify radiation protection in a dental practice in a legal practical and applied context
  • To characterise the value and practical requirements of administrative compliance with the IRR and IR(ME)R regulations

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6th April 2017Panoramic

Radiation Protection & Aspects of Radiography for the Dental Team
Peterborough

Course aims:

  • Outline the concepts of radiation dose and biological effects, of ionising radiation
  • To explain the concepts of radiation protection in a legal, practical, and applied sense
  • To outline the role of DCPs in the production of a radiographic image, and quality assurance programmes in their dental practices

Learning outcomes:

  • For delegates to be able to define radiation protection in a dental practice in a legal practical and applied context
  • To be able to critically evaluate the process of x-ray image production, and factors influencing image quality
  • To recognise the skills and value of producing a radiological diagnosis from a dental image

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PLEASE NOTE: THIS COURSE IS NOT SUITABLE FOR DENTISTS

 

21st April 2017Course Files

Radiation Protection & Legislation for Dental Radiographers
Basildon Postgraduate Centre

Course aims:

  • Outline the main legal duties and responsibilities placed on GDPs and other practice staff with reference to current legislation (i.e. IRR99, and IR(ME)R 2000)
  • Outline the factors that affect doses received by patients and staff in a dental practice
  • State the biological effects, and consequent necessary practical dose limitation measures to help update policies for radiation protection within the dental practice

Learning outcomes:

  • To recognise the physical underpinning principles of radiation dose & biological effects
  • For delegates to identify radiation protection in a dental practice in a legal practical and applied context
  • To characterise the value and practical requirements of administrative compliance with the IRR and IR(ME)R regulations

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6th June 2017dental_surgery[1]

Radiation Protection & Aspects of Radiography for the Dental Team
Ipswich

Course aims:

  • Outline the concepts of radiation dose and biological effects, of ionising radiation
  • To explain the concepts of radiation protection in a legal, practical, and applied sense
  • To outline the role of DCPs in the production of a radiographic image, and quality assurance programmes in their dental practices

Learning outcomes:

  • For delegates to be able to define radiation protection in a dental practice in a legal practical and applied context
  • To be able to critically evaluate the process of x-ray image production, and factors influencing image quality
  • To recognise the skills and value of producing a radiological diagnosis from a dental image

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Panoramic

13th July 2017

Radiation Protection & Legislation for Dental Radiographers
Cambridge

Course aims:

  • Outline the main legal duties and responsibilities placed on GDPs and other practice staff with reference to current legislation (i.e. IRR99, and IR(ME)R 2000)
  • Outline the factors that affect doses received by patients and staff in a dental practice
  • State the biological effects, and consequent necessary practical dose limitation measures to help update policies for radiation protection within the dental practice

Learning outcomes:

  • To recognise the physical underpinning principles of radiation dose & biological effects
  • For delegates to identify radiation protection in a dental practice in a legal practical and applied context
  • To characterise the value and practical requirements of administrative compliance with the IRR and IR(ME)R regulations

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13th September 2017dental_surgery[1]

Radiation Protection & Legislation for Dental Radiographers
Brasteds (Norwich)/Conference Room

Course aims:

  • Outline the main legal duties and responsibilities placed on GDPs and other practice staff with reference to current legislation (i.e. IRR99, and IR(ME)R 2000)
  • Outline the factors that affect doses received by patients and staff in a dental practice
  • State the biological effects, and consequent necessary practical dose limitation measures to help update policies for radiation protection within the dental practice

Learning outcomes:

  • To recognise the physical underpinning principles of radiation dose & biological effects
  • For delegates to identify radiation protection in a dental practice in a legal practical and applied context
  • To characterise the value and practical requirements of administrative compliance with the IRR and IR(ME)R regulations

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18th October 2017Panoramic

Radiation Protection & Aspects of Radiography for the Dental Team
Brasteds (Norwich)/Conference Room

Course aims:

  • Outline the concepts of radiation dose and biological effects, of ionising radiation
  • To explain the concepts of radiation protection in a legal, practical, and applied sense
  • To outline the role of DCPs in the production of a radiographic image, and quality assurance programmes in their dental practices

Learning outcomes:

  • For delegates to be able to define radiation protection in a dental practice in a legal practical and applied context
  • To be able to critically evaluate the process of x-ray image production, and factors influencing image quality
  • To recognise the skills and value of producing a radiological diagnosis from a dental image

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17th November 2017Course Files

Radiation Protection & Legislation for Dental Radiographers
Harlow

Course aims:

  • Outline the main legal duties and responsibilities placed on GDPs and other practice staff with reference to current legislation (i.e. IRR99, and IR(ME)R 2000)
  • Outline the factors that affect doses received by patients and staff in a dental practice
  • State the biological effects, and consequent necessary practical dose limitation measures to help update policies for radiation protection within the dental practice

Learning outcomes:

  • To recognise the physical underpinning principles of radiation dose & biological effects
  • For delegates to identify radiation protection in a dental practice in a legal practical and applied context
  • To characterise the value and practical requirements of administrative compliance with the IRR and IR(ME)R regulations

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21st November 2017

Radiation Protection & Legislation for Dental Radiographers
Ipswich

Course aims:

  • Outline the main legal duties and responsibilities placed on GDPs and other practice staff with reference to current legislation (i.e. IRR99, and IR(ME)R 2000)
  • Outline the factors that affect doses received by patients and staff in a dental practice
  • State the biological effects, and consequent necessary practical dose limitation measures to help update policies for radiation protection within the dental practice

Learning outcomes:

  • To recognise the physical underpinning principles of radiation dose & biological effects
  • For delegates to identify radiation protection in a dental practice in a legal practical and applied context
  • To characterise the value and practical requirements of administrative compliance with the IRR and IR(ME)R regulations

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30th November 2017dental_surgery[1]

Radiation Protection & Aspects of Radiography for the Dental Team
Colchester

Course aims:

  • Outline the concepts of radiation dose and biological effects, of ionising radiation
  • To explain the concepts of radiation protection in a legal, practical, and applied sense
  • To outline the role of DCPs in the production of a radiographic image, and quality assurance programmes in their dental practices

Learning outcomes:

  • For delegates to be able to define radiation protection in a dental practice in a legal practical and applied context
  • To be able to critically evaluate the process of x-ray image production, and factors influencing image quality
  • To recognise the skills and value of producing a radiological diagnosis from a dental image

Book Now