The Brush Up

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Podcasts for the New Dental Professional and Students

 

The Australian Dental Association NSW Branch presents a series of podcasts for the new dental professional aimed at helping recent graduates as they set out on their dental careers. The Brush Up will feature loads of interviews and discussions on the topics that matter most to recent graduates, including; navigating the early years of practice, making new connections with the industry and expanding your knowledge as professionals.

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The University of Sydney - School of Dentistry Faculty Research Day - Interviews with Dental Medicine Students - Part 1

The University of Sydney - School of Dentistry Faculty Research Day - Interviews with Dental Medicine Students - Part 1
In this week's podcast, ADA NSW takes you to the University of Sydney’s annual School of Dentistry Faculty Research Day, held on the 22nd September 2016 at the Westmead Education and Conference Centre. Associate Professor Deb Cockrell and Dr. Tony Skapetis interview students of the Doctor of Dental Medicine about their research poster presentations.

In the first interview, Deb speaks to Minh-Thu Coa Xuan and Mary Hatem about their poster titled: Sydney University dental student confidence levels in administering different forms of local anaesthesia.

In the second interview, Tony speaks to Kate Chan Hee Jung about her poster: A systematic review on the aetiology of burning mouth syndrome.

  • Published: Wed, 05 Apr 2017
  • Interviewer: Associate Professor Deb Cockrell and Dr. Tony Skapetis
  • Interviewee: Minh-Thu Coa Xuan and Mary Hatem, Kate Chan Hee Jung
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Legal and Ethical Considerations for Recent Graduates

Legal and Ethical Considerations for Recent Graduates
In this week's podcast, ADA NSW Board member Dr Neil Peppitt chats with Dr Alex Holden, Lecturer in Dental Ethics, Law and Professionalism at the University of Sydney. They discuss the learning pathways for dental students as it relates to law and ethics as well as the importance of professional support networks when recent graduates first venture out into the profession.

  • Published: Thu, 16 Mar 2017
  • Interviewer: Dr Neil Peppitt
  • Interviewee: Dr Alex Holden
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