Fri 28 April 2023 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Why does disability matter in dentistry and why OneOneTwelve?
Understand the context of disability in the oral health space.
We have moved away from a medical model of healthcare to a relational, human rights model that recognises dignity, acknowledges the interdisciplinary environment and web of relationships around a person with disability. This assumes capacity first (rather than incapacity) and centres on a concept of inclusive equality.
The dental profession is uniquely placed to make a real difference to the lives of people with disability, by providing accessible and inclusive oral healthcare.
Develop up to date knowledge of the disability sector and learn from clinicians and those with lived experience.
Learn how to:
- recognise human rights and why are they important
- implement the guiding principles for the rights of people with disability in practice
- develop a patient centred approach to oral care taking into account lived experience with disability
- interact and have conversations with people with lived experience
- implement successful strategies.
You will also learn about the OneOneTwelve Initiative, which recruits dental practitioners to take on individuals with special needs and manage their oral health for twelve months, pro bono. Dental practitioners who sign up to work with a patient with disability will automatically join OneOneTwelve’s Inclusive Dental Champions Fellowship Program, which offers seminars and monthly training over an 18 month period.
DENTAL CHAMPIONS ARE OFFERED FREE REGISTRATION FOR THIS COURSE.
Presented by Dr Ben Gauntlett and Dr Dinesh Palipana
CPD hours: 3 NON-CLINICAL HOURS & 3 CLINICAL HOURS
RSVP by 21/04/2023.
Registration fees for this event will go towards the OneOneTwelve Foundation.
This is a OneOneTwelve CPD event supported by ADAVB.
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Please note: Photographs may be taken at this event and may be used on the ADAVB website, social media or publications to promote ADAVB events and ADAVB membership. Please advise us if you do not wish to be photographed.
Dr Ben Gauntlett
Dr Gauntlett, commenced his five year term as Disability Discrimination Commissioner at the Australian Human Rights Commission in 2019. Dr Gauntlett advocates for the removal of barriers for people with disability, so that they can participate in society. He works to ensure the human rights of people with disability are respected.
Dr Dinesh Palipana
Dr Palipana is a doctor, lawyer, researcher and disability advocate at the Gold Coast University Hospital Emergency Department. He is a senior lecturer at Griffith University. In 2021, he was awarded Queensland Australian of the Year.