Tue, 09 Apr | Grand Millennium Amman

MOrth Comprehensive Preparatory Course/ Amman/ Jordan

This unique three-day course will focus on common exam questions, technique of the exam, common unseen cases scenarios, etc. If you have problem with the Online payment, please send us an email (info@orthodonticacademy.co.uk) and we will send you a PayPal link to pay securely.
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MOrth Comprehensive Preparatory Course/ Amman/ Jordan

Time & Location

09 Apr 2019, 08:00 – 11 Apr 2019, 06:00
Grand Millennium Amman, 7 Illiyah Abou Madi Street Amman, Amman 11110, Jordan

About The Event

This course run in collaboration with the Jordanian Orthodontic Society | الجمعية الاردنية لتقويم الاسنان

The course is relevant to those sitting the membership exams at the Royal College of Surgeon of Edinburgh, England/Glasgow and Ireland.

If you have problem with the Online payment, please send us an email (info@orthodonticacademy.co.uk) and we will send you a PayPal link to pay securely.

Venue: The 3-day revision course will be in one of the 4 or 5 star hotels in Amman (To be confirmed soon)

Lunch and refreshments: Morning/ afternoon refreshments as well as lunch will be provided (included)

Handout: A hard and soft copy of the handout will be provided (included)

Continuous professional development: 19 verifiable CPD hours as per the British General Dental Council (GDC) guidelines and accredited by JOS (certificate will be provided upon completion of the course).

Speakers:

Mohammed Almuzian 
Specialist Orthodontist (UK) and Honorary Lecturer and Research Fellow in Orthodontics (University of Sydney and Edinburgh)

BDS (Hons), MFDS RCPSGlasg., MJDF RCSEng., MFD RSCIr., MDSc.Ortho. (Distinction), MSc.HCA (Atlanta), DClin.Dent. Ortho. (Glasgow), PGCert.SRHealth (Portsmouth), Cert.MedEd. (Dundee), MOrth RCSEd., IMOrth RCPSGlasg., RCSEng., MDTF RCSEd., MARCDS. Orth. (Australia)

Watch the speaker bio by clicking on this link.

Course timetable (For more information about the lectures and mock exams, please refer to the course structrure)

First day (Tuesday 9th of April 2019)

• 7:30am-8:00am: Registration

• 8:00am-8:30am: MOrth induction presentation

• 8:30am -10am: MOrth lectures, part I

• 10am -10:30am: Morning coffee/tea break

• 10:30am-1pm: MOrth lectures, part II

• 1pm-2pm: Lunch break

• 2pm-3:30pm: Case-based clinical discussion

• 3:30pm -4pm: Afternoon coffee/tea break

• 4pm-5:30pm: Unseen clinical cases mock exam

Second day (Wednesday 10th of April 2019)

• 8am-8:30am: Feedback for the unseen clinical cases mock exam

• 8:30am -10am: MOrth lectures, part III

• 10am -10:30am: Morning coffee/tea break

• 10:30am-1pm: MOrth lectures, part IV

• 1pm-2pm: Lunch break

• 2pm-3:30pm: Case-based clinical discussion

• 3:30pm -4pm: Afternoon coffee/tea break

• 4pm-5:30pm: OSCE/ Viva mock exam

Third day (Thursday 11th of April 2019)

• 8am-8:30am: Feedback for the OSCE/ Viva mock exam

• 8:30am -10am: MOrth lectures, part V

• 10am -10:30am: Morning coffee/tea break

• 10:30am-1pm: MOrth lectures, part VI

• 1pm-2pm: Lunch break

• 2pm-3:30pm: Case-based clinical discussion

• 3:30pm -4pm: Afternoon coffee/tea break

• 4pm-5:30pm: Communication mock exam

• 5:30pm-6:30pm: Feedback for the communication mock exam

Course structure:

1. MOrth lectures: Over the three days of the course, we are aiming to cover the majority of the topics listed in the RCS blueprint for the orthodontic training in the UK. This will be in a form of 15-30 minutes’ quick revision of the most common questions, past tests and some tips relevant to each topic to assist the candidates in optimizing their results in the exam and the key references. The topics to be covered include but are not limited to:

• Growth, treatment analysis and cephalometry;

• Orthodontic examination and diagnosis;

• Imaging in orthodontics including radiography and photography;

• Space analysis and space provision in orthodontics including extraction, molar distalisation, IPR, expansion, etc;

• Aetiology of malocclusion and the role of soft tissue in the development of malocclusion;

• Iatrogenic effects of orthodontic treatment;

• Orthodontic materials;

• Functional appliances in orthodontics;

• Extraoral appliances in orthodontics;

• Orthodontic anchorage;

• Defending bracket prescription selection in the exam;

• Adult Orthodontics;

• Temporomandibular dysfunction and orthodontics;

• Indices in orthodontics;

• Orthodontics and minor oral surgery;

• Management of the developing malocclusion, what guidelines and policies you need to know?;

• Retention and stability in orthodontics, what does the literature say?;

• How deep you need to go into research methodologies and designing a study?; and

• Miscellaneous topics including infection control, clinical governance ethics, consent, etc relevant to the MOrth exam.

2. Case-based clinical discussion: At the end of each lecture day, cases relevant to the day lectures will be presented to help in cementing the theoretical information and to instigate further questions from the delegates.

3. Unseen clinical cases mock exam: At the end of the first day, there will be a mock unseen cases exam to test the delegates’ knowledge in treatment planning only, under the strict timing of the MOrth exam. The following day, delegates will be provided with their marked answer sheets and the gold standard answers for the diagnostic as well as treatment planning sections of the tested cases.

4. OSCE/ Viva mock exam: There will be a written mock exam at the end of the second day following the structures/ conditions of the MOrth exam to test the delegates knowledge. The following day, delegates will be provided with their marked answer sheets and be able to seek feedback from the lecturers of the course.

5. Communication mock exam: On the last day of the course, we will split the delegates into groups supervised by the course lecturers to run a mock communication scenarios exam followed by presentation of the gold standard answers to all scenarios.

Objectives, aims, learning and development outcomes

Objectives: To create an understanding of the membership exam in orthodontic.

Aims: To provide an understanding of the RCS blueprint for the orthodontic training in the UK.

Learning outcomes:

  • Understand the membership in orthodontics exam, its structure, the examiners view and the marking scheme along with some exam tips and advice
  • Provide an overview of the majority of the RCS blueprint topics and revising the importance questions in the membership exams
  • Acquire the required skills to use medical records as the basis for focused discussion to plan the case during the MOrth exam
  • Revise and appraise the available evidence

Development outcomes: This presentation meets the criteria for the GDC’s development outcomes A and C.

Payment:

The course fees should be paid through Glasgow Orthodontic Academy website. Different secure payment methods are available (PayPal, Visa and Debit cards). Please click on submit an interest and pay the registeration fees.

You can also pay via bank transfer. Our Bank details are:

Glasgow Orthodontic Academy

Address of the academy: 29 Coltbridge Avenue, Edinburgh EH12 6AF

Email | info@orthodonticacademy.co.uk

ACCOUNT NUMBER: 63868710


SORT CODE: 20-29-24


Bank name: BARCLAYS

BANK 
IBAN: GB67 BUKB 20292463868710

Course fees:

Payment in British Pound Sterling (GBP).

1. Specialist and international PG students/ residents

  • Before 20th of March 2019 (Midnight, London time): 540 JD* (Equivalent to 575 GBP at exchange rate of 1.07)
  • After 20th of March 2019 (Midnight, London time): 600 JD (Equivalent to 640 GBP at exchange rate of 1.07)

2. Residents at Royal Medical Service: 300 JD* (Equivalent to 320 GBP at exchange rate of 1.07)

3. PG students at the University of Science and Technology: 300 JD* (Equivalent to 320 GBP at exchange rate of 1.07)

4. Residents at Arab American University: 300 JD* (Equivalent to 320 GBP at exchange rate of 1.07)

* The discount fees is subject to providing a signed letter from their relevant supervisors.

*Terms and conditions apply:

Download our terms and conditions for course booking from this link.

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