Students' Table Clinics Day
You are cordially invited to attend the new and improved Students' Table Clinics Day.
Your participation in this stimulating day and evening benefits both you and the students. Our students take great pride in sharing their work and enthusiasm with you and have shown in the past how creative they can be. We encourage you to participate in this program to support our efforts as a dental faculty, and to learn of exciting new developments in dentistry, both at the levels of clinical and basic science. You will be able to interact directly with the undergraduate and graduate students, as well as the residents.
A table clinic is a table top demonstration and a brief oral presentation in an area of clinical application and techniques or research. The table clinic exercise is a student-centered learning activity, with the support of a faculty advisor. Topics are usually of Continuing Education interest to clinicians. Students must thoroughly research their topic through literature searches, conduct a research project and present their results and conclusions.
When: Monday, February 20th, 2012
Where: La Plaza, Holiday Inn, 420 Sherbrooke Street O., Ballrooms Ambassadeur A & B.
**Please note that the event was moved to La Plaza to better suite your needs**
Agenda of the Day
14:30-16:30..... Presentations and Judging (for students and Faculty)
16:45-17:10..... Lecture: "Problems accessing dental care contribute to inequalities in oral health in Canada"by Dr. Paul Allison, Dean of the Faculty of Dentistry, McGill University
17:15-17:45..... Key Note Speaker: "Restorations with zirconia infrastructures: expectations and clinical reality"by Dr. Pierre Boudrias, Director of the Restorative Department, Université de Montréal
17:45-18:30..... Buffet Dinner
18:30-20:00..... Presentations to the dental community at large and Awards
The "Table Clinics" is primarily funded by the Class of 1958 (25th Anniversary donations) and the Canada Dentistry Fund. It is also sponsored by Astra Tech® and Straumann®.
As an additional incentive for your participation, a drawing for a door prize, presented by the Division of Continuing Education, will provide a complimentary registration for an upcoming one-day continuing education lecture in the Faculty of Dentistry at McGill. As well, 4 hours of continuing education credits are provided for attending the event.
Parking at $10/day is available at the Holiday Inn by request ONLY. Please email nikoo [dot] taghavi [at] mcgill [dot] ca if you need a parking voucher.
Chair, Coordinating Committee
Dr. Veronique Benhamou