Combined Dental and Medical Conference
This multidisciplinary conference is a great opportunity for collaboration between the dental and medical professions in understanding the patient’s greater wellbeing.
The conference program is currently being finalised. Registrations are already open and we are anticipating that the event will sell out before the final lecture program is published.
- Airway and obstructive sleep apnoea
- Dental pathology
Dr David McIntosh – ENT Surgeon
Dr David McIntosh is a paediatric trained ENT Surgeon who has a sting interest in sleep disordered breathing and sleep apnoea. He also has a string interest in the relationship between ENT disease and dental pathology.
- The snoring child
- The snoring adult
- Sinusitis- getting it right.
- Sleep- what we were never taught
- Tongue tied over tongue ties
- Otitis media- the time of the doctor and the dentist.
Dr Simon Lee – Dermatologist
Dr Simon Lee is a consultant dermatologist at The Skin Hospital at both Darlinghurst and Westmead. He became a Fellow of the Australasian College of Dermatologists in 2002 and completed the Mohs’ Micrographic Surgery and Laser Dermatology fellowship at The Skin Hospital, Westmead in the same year.
Since then he has worked as a visiting medical officer in public hospitals in both Sydney and London as well as in private practice throughout Sydney. His involvement in education has included teaching medical students, dermatology trainees, general practitioners, and other specialists. Simon regularly reviews journal articles and has been involved in making submissions to the various health groups such as the Therapeutics and Goods Administration. Although experienced in all areas of dermatology, including medical, paediatric and cosmetic aspects, his greatest interest has been in the surgical management of skin cancers.
Since 2013 he has been practicing exclusively in the area of Mohs surgery and is currently Director of Mohs surgery for The Skin Hospital.
Dr Anastasia Georgiou – Oral Medicine and Pathology
Dr Georgiou is a specialist in Oral Medicine and Pathology. Dr Georgiou qualified in dentistry at the University of Adelaide, before moving to Sydney to undertake specialist training in Oral Medicine and Oral Pathology.
She has worked as a Staff Specialist in Oral Medicine at Westmead Centre for Oral Health since 2003, and as a Clinical Lecturer for the University of Sydney.
Her areas of interest are mucocutaneous disease, potentially malignant oral conditions, facial pain and burning mouth syndrome, paediatric pathology and patient education.
Unconventional Conventions is an Accredited Education Provider. Each of our continuing professional development programs is individually designed to address topics of current interest and is relevant to our professionals and their practices. The Academic Advisory Committee, comprising of medical professionals from across Australia will work with recognised and respected specialists to prepare a selection of presentations, workshops, case studies and panels discussions which will be specially prepared for our conferences.
Unconventional Convention’ director for the past 25 years is a practising doctor who takes pride in offering a comprehensive, stimulating and relevant academic program. We aim to ensure that the combination of lectures, workshops, and training activities make up more than 50% of daily activities during the main conference tour.
Many of our travel destinations provide an opportunity for local professional contribution and cultural exchange through workshops and structured visits to local clinics.
Our conference programs are prepared over a 12-month period and full details are available 3 months prior to the conference. Unconventional Conventions is an accredited education provider for RACGP. Application for ACRRM points is made for each conference. Dental programs are certifiable with the Dental Board of Australia. Specialists may apply for CPD points at their own discretion.
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