Clinic to Court: how to prevent the journey

202014may10:00 am4:00 pmClinic to Court: how to prevent the journey10:00 am - 4:00 pm(GMT+09:30) View in my time Event Organized ByADA South AustraliaDisciplineBusiness,Communication,OtherFormatIn-Person

Event Details

This interactive risk management presentation is presented by ADASA in conjunction with the Review Committee, Guild Insurance and Meridian Lawyers.

“To prevent the journey from even starting, members of the Review Committee will offer insights on how to manage patient expectations and also comment on the importance of communication. It is hoped that this will be an interactive session, so please bring your questions. Should the journey look like it might be taxiing to take off,  Dr Jim Ball, ADASA Community Relations Officer, will talk about his role in trying to abort the take-off. We will also have participation and input from Christie Boucher, Guild Insurance and Kellie Dell’Oro, Meridian Lawyers.
The day will also look at informed consent, the importance of accurate records, advertising, and everything that plays a part when things don’t go according to plan.”


Speakers for this event

  • Dr Erika Vinczer

    Dr Erika Vinczer

    Specialist endodontist - BDS, BScDent (Hons), MDSc (Endo), FICD

    Dr Erika Vinczer graduated from the University of Adelaide in 1991 and subsequently obtained her MDSc in 2003 from the University of Queensland. She currently has a specialist Endodontic practice in Adelaide. Erika is actively involved in teaching to undergraduate and postgraduate students and to general dental practitioners. She is passionate about helping practitioners achieve excellent endodontic outcomes for their patients and enjoy their endodontics along the way.

    URL https://www.endodonticsolutions.com.au/about-us/our-team

    Specialist endodontist - BDS, BScDent (Hons), MDSc (Endo), FICD

  • Dr Janet Scott

    Dr Janet Scott


    I grew up in Yorkshire (England) and went to university in Bristol. After graduating, I worked in Westminster and St Thomas’ Hospitals in London and in York before catching the study and travel bug! I wanted to continue my studies in oral surgery, but also liked travel, so I applied, and was accepted into, the training programme in Adelaide.

    Having successfully completed the training, I worked in private practice in Adelaide before starting Rose Park Oral Surgery in 2007. I merged this practice with Dr Khouri in 2017 so that I could work part time.


  • Dr Jim Ball

    Dr Jim Ball

    ADASA, Community Relations Officer

    ADASA, Community Relations Officer

  • Dr Joshua Tirrell

    Dr Joshua Tirrell


    After graduating from the University of Adelaide in 2003, Dr Tirrell began his career working at a private practice in Unley. He then relocated to Hobart in 2006 where he spent three years working at an inner city practice, with a strong focus on aesthetic dentistry.

    In early 2009 Dr Tirrell returned home to Adelaide and joined the team at Rose Park Dental. Dr Tirrell enjoys all aspects of general dentistry but has a particular interest in full mouth rehabilitations and smile makeovers.

    Outside of private practice Dr Tirrell has twice travelled to East Timor to carry out volunteer dental work with the Rotary/Lions East Timor Dental Project, has been a clinical tutor for the final year dental students at the University of Adelaide and is currently the coordinator of the Australia Dental Association SA branch’s mentorship program.


  • Dr Robert Stewart

    Dr Robert Stewart



  • Dr Stephen Carapetis

    Dr Stephen Carapetis



  • Ms Christie Boucher

    Ms Christie Boucher

    Risk Services Manager

    Risk Services Manager

  • Ms Kellie Dell'Oro

    Ms Kellie Dell'Oro

    Principal, Meridian Lawyers

    Principal, Meridian Lawyers


ADA South Australia

The Australian Dental Association SA Branch Inc was formed in 1927 by an amalgamation of the Odontological Society and the Registered Dentists’ Society. Its members were ethical dentists who felt the need for united professional activity. Today the Association is widely known and respected. It represents dentists in private practice, Universities, Armed Forces, Government Service, Public Hospitals - indeed, wherever dentists practise. The affairs of the South Australian Branch are conducted by a Council of members elected annually. The work of Council is aided by various committees. Administration of Branch affairs is conducted by a salaried Chief Executive Officer and staff. The ADA is the only body devoted to your interests throughout your entire professional career. By belonging, we ensure that the conditions under which we practise dentistry are those which we would want for the profession as a whole, ourselves individually and the public.
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(Thursday) 10:00 am - 4:00 pm(GMT+09:30) View in my time


ADASA dentist member – $250 ,ADASA dentist member + 1 staff member (practice manager) – $450, Staff (non-dentist) of ADASA dentist member – $220 and Non member dentist – $500

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