Cycle Conference 2018 - FULLY BOOKED!


The Events Team are always looking for new and exciting events for our dentists and practice teams to enjoy. After the extremely successful Ski Conference and the Golf Conference launching last year, we are expanding our range of overseas events and we are delighted to announce the launch of the Cycle Conference.

Taking place in sunny Majorca from Tuesday 17th April to Friday 20th April, join the team for beautiful cycle routes during the day, great lectures and of course amazing hospitality in the evening with the team!

This conference is open for both keen cyclists as well as the more relaxed riders with two different routes of varied lengths and abilities each day so you can choose the route suited to you.

If you would like to bring a partner who would prefer not to cycle, the 5* Zafiro Palace in Alcudia hotel will offer a wide range of facilities for them to relax during the day and join in with the hospitality in the evening.

For lots more information about this event please download the Cycle Conference brochure.


This event is now FULL. If you would like to be added to the waiting list for 2018 or register your interest in the 2019 Cycle Conference,  please contact the Events Team on: events@denplan.co.uk.





cycle-conference

Cycle Conference

Tuesday 17th April - Friday 20th April

Speaker Information

Learning Content

Two lectures providing information on keeping up with changing legislation and regulation and making sure our way of working is in line with this.

Aims and Objectives

To raise an understanding of how we stay in touch with changes in regulation and legislation and introduce the necessary workings into a practice team. To look at how patient expectations have changed and how this can alter how we communicate and act towards them, especially in regard to new technology and techniques. To make sure we protect ourselves when using new techniques.

Development Outcomes

This lecture contains educational aspects that satisfy all four of the GDC’s development outcomes (A, B, C and D) for verifiable CPD and will help delegates enhance patient care by making sure practices are keeping up to date, safe and effective. 

Bio


Dr Catherine Rutland – Head of Professional Support Services

As Head of Professional Support Services at Simplyhealth Professionals, Dr Catherine Rutland leads the team that provides assistance to member dentists; helping to support them with all aspects of running their practices successfully, with particular focus on providing advice and support during clinical disputes and times of professional risk. 

After qualifying as a dentist from Leeds University in 1992 and doing a year as a House Officer, Catherine worked as a Senior House Officer in Newcastle before settling into general dental practice. Catherine joined Denplan part-time in 2010 and was promoted to her current position in 2016. She has been joint partner at Broadway Lifesmiles dental practice in Thatcham for the last 19 years, and completed a Masters in Medical Ethics and Law from King's College London in 2013. She is also a certified member of the Institute of Risk Management and recently completed a Level 7 Certificate in Leadership Mentoring and Coaching.