Inequalities In Oral Health Amongst People With Disabilities: A Call For Action
At the population level people with disabilities experience poorer oral health in comparison to the population that do not identify as living with a disability. Such inequalities are unjust. The speakers in this symposium will address this issue from several different perspectives, to provide a framework for addressing these inequalities...Read more
Behaviour support techniques for our diverse patients (sedation and general anaesthesia).
This symposium explores a broad range of techniques to support behaviour in adults with a variety of disabilities. Attendees will explore international issues around behaviour support with experienced clinicians and researchers from around the world. Attendees will follow the story of how behaviour support can be tailored to patients with autism, with dental phobia and with dementia. Attendees will learn about non-pharmacological techniques like hypnosis and reinforcement...Read more