BAOMS Annual Scientific Meeting 24-26 June 2020, Southbank Centre London - Queen Elizabeth Hall and Purcell Room
Call for Abstracts is now open.
See the latest information in the Events & Courses listing.
We are aiming to summarise interesting papers from the authors and reviewers to provide a seven minute presentation that you can view on your phone or computer.
Please see the MaxFaxBites page for full information and links to the currently available 'Bites' of this exciting project.
See the RCSEd website for further details
The next webinar is titled 'New and emerging clinical trials in head and neck' and is scheduled for 3 December 2019 at 8pm GMT. The speaker is Professor Richard Shaw. Potential attendees will need to register in advance by visiting the RCSEd website.
Previous webinars have been presented by Professor Vinidh Paleri, Professor Rui Fernandes & Mr Jagtar Dhanda.
BAOMS is running workshops for trainees aiming for a career in OMFS and planning to apply for medicine or dentistry as a second degree in the forthcoming year. As UCAS applications have to be completed by early October, these courses will be during September. Check the calendar for the nearest course to you. (Liverpool, London, Birmingham, Cambridge, Oxford other venues being added).
A commemorative parachute drop on the 75th anniversary of D-Day (6 June 1944) is set to raise essential funds for the National Facial, Oral and Oculoplastic Research Centre (NFORC), funded by research charity Saving Faces and partner the British Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery (BAOMS).
Sponsor Frank Fletcher
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NFORC works with BAOMS in key areas of data collection and audit. NFORC is funded by the charity Saving Faces which collaborates with BAOMS so the two charities work together in a common cause – to improve outcomes for our patients. See our page to find out more.
Please also see the GIRFT page for the May 2019 update.
This project that is now being rolled out nationally across many specialities started with a pilot review of Orthopaedic services across England. The original report published in late 2012 suggested changes can be made to improve pathways of care, patient experience, and outcomes with significant cost savings. It was followed by a more in depth approach that reported in 2015. The pilot project was led by Prof Tim Briggs who was subsequently appointed as the National Director for Clinical Quality and Efficiency and now leads the GIRFT Project across all the specialities.
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BAOMS are excited to announce that online access to Oral Oncology as well as to the British Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery and the Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, is now a benefit of BAOMS membership.
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