202126sep9:30 am11:30 amVIVA Prep Session for University Students this event is exclusive to 5th year university students9:30 am - 11:30 am(GMT+10:00) View in my timeADAQ Function Centre Event Organized By: The Australian Dental Association (Queensland Branch) (ADAQ) Discipline:Graduate Support,OtherFormat:Free
COURSE OVERVIEW This presentation (by current VIVA examiners) will provide case examples as a working platform of what to expect in a VIVA examination.
This presentation (by current VIVA examiners) will provide case examples as a working platform of what to expect in a VIVA examination. They will cover the main topic areas including:
- Treatment planning sequence
- Medical histories and medications
- Lifestyle factors
These principles will then be applied to work through mock cases in a similar format to a VIVA examination. The cases will work through identifying risk factors and modifying factors for oral disease, diagnostics, treatment planning options and prognosis.
Speakers for this event
Dr Malak Fouda
Dr Malak Fouda
Malak graduated from the University of Queensland in 2018. Since then she has been working in private practice in Ipswich. Malak has been involved in ADAQ since she was a student and is currently convenor of the 2020 recent graduates and students committee. Malak has conducted webinars for ADAQ and articles for the Dental Mirror. Alongside this, she is on the CPD and DPC committees at ADAQ. She is currently working with ADA and ADC on new projects to help recent graduates. She enjoys working with students and recent graduates to make their transition from university to work as smoothly as possible.
Dr Norah Ayad
Dr Norah Ayad
Dr Norah Ayad graduated dentistry at the University of Queensland in 2012 with awards in Paeditaric dentistry and the prestigious Pierre Fauchard Undergradute Award. She works in private practice on the Gold Coast where she operates as a dentist and practice owner. She has served on ADAQ Council since 2016 as the Gold Coast regional representative and has been involved in ADAQ Committees including the RG&S Committee, Oral Health Committee, Dental Practice Committee and Marketing & Membership Committee. She is also the ADAQ Gold Coast sub-branch president and has been since 2015. Norah is a passionate advocate for oral health promotion in the community, supporting young dental professionals in their careers and engaging with a range of health professionals to ensure best possible patient care.
The Australian Dental Association (Queensland Branch) (ADAQ)The Australian Dental Association (Queensland Branch) (ADAQ) is the professional association for Dentists in Queensland. We represent more than 4000 members across the State. Our advocacy and services aim to promote excellence in the profession through a range of services, including: the provision of Professional Indemnity (PI) Insurance, support and advice regarding PI claims, CPD events, dental assistant training, and dental practice advisory advice.[email protected] 22-28 Hamilton Place Bowen Hills Qld 4006
(Sunday) 9:30 am - 11:30 am(GMT+10:00) View in my time
Student – FREE