This year in collaboration with long-term partner Colgate the FEHDD has created an informative and challenging calendar of events to help support the European dental deans and senior faculty
The Summer Programme see two linked events being delivered that will culminate in the FEHDD and ADEE creating a priority action list and supporting resources that will enable Deans and senior faculty prepare for and delivery on the WHO Global Oral Health Action Plan (2023–2030). As work on the delivery of the plan evolves at national level academia will see a changing focus in how and who is provided with training with impacts on process, funding and expected outcomes. This series of two linked events will provide you as senior academic leaders within your institutes and countries valuable help and support to be better position to engage in the national and European debates that will emerge from the WHO strategy. The first of these session 'World Health Organization Global Oral Health Action Plan (2023–2030) – Where we are and way forward!', is delivered online on 28th June at 13:30 UK time.
'World Health Organization Global Oral Health Action Plan (2023–2030) – Where we are and way forward!'
As academic leaders in oral health professionals, we will be called upon at national level to consult, create and deliver on national strategies that will evolve from the Global Oral Health Action Plan (2023–2030). To effectively do this we need to be well informed on the staged development and delivery of the strategy and what the practical implications of this will mean to our oral health curriculum, clinical and pedagogical practices. With this in mind and in preparation for out face to face workshop as part of ADEE 2023 in Liverpool, this online session brings together a panel of speakers closely connected to the pulse of this strategy. Each will provide an update from their organisations perspective to identify challenges and opportunities. An interactive questions and answer session will enable clarification and better understanding on what the strategy means to our academic institutions and practice.
|13:30||Welcome from co chairs|
|13:35||Presentations from panel members|
|14:15||Round table discussion and Question and Answers|