BAOMS provides support for revalidation by setting standards and collecting data for National Audits.
National Audit for revalidation 2013 Patients referred with impacted 3rd Molars
The BAOMS Clinical Effectiveness Sub Committee in conjunction with the National Facial and Oral Research Centre (NFORC) has produced all the necessary documents for our colleagues from within BAOMS and beyond (Oral Surgeons and Dentists with a Special Interest) to undertake the BAOMS 2013 National Audit for revalidation.
The data collection tools have been rigorously scrutinised by colleagues from the Health and Social Care Information Service HSCIC), in Leeds where the servers are hosted.
This has resulted in many changes allowing the data collection tools to develop into the versions listed below that have been fully agreed by all stakeholders:
Orthognathic Outcome data collection tools
As orthognathic / facial deformity surgery remains under threat with the changes in the NHS, it is vital that we encourage our colleagues to participate in the campaign that we are undertaking that will be based on the “Feedback for Jaw Surgery Patients” questionnaire.
1. This is anonymous so we don't need to get consent. However, if we send our patients the link to the online survey: jaw-op.co.uk and ask them to complete it we can't be sure whether they've done this.
2. However, the default position is as follows:
- Somebody in the department (Ortho or OMFS) - Secretary, nurse, clinic clerk, clinician (OMFS / Orthodontist, consultant through to junior) identifies patients who are between 1 and 5 years post treatment.
- They pass on the patient's name & phone number to one of your designated juniors who plans to ring patients in the evening.
- The junior asks patients whether they'd be prepared to complete a short anonymous questionnaire online about their feelings before the treatment and how they feel now. The junior explains that although the treatment they had was on the NHS, future patients may not be able to receive this because we have to prove that it is worthwhile. We'd therefore be grateful if they'd help us to help future patients bycompleting the survey. The junior points out this is part of a national campaign approaching all orthognathic patients like themselves.
- The junior asks whether they are happy to be sent an email link so they can complete this online and immediately sends this to them if they say yes. The junior asks them to do the survey straightaway if they can, and asks them to email back when it's done or ring them if they have difficulty when s/he'll take them through the paper version over the phone .
- The paper versions (which we want to keep to a minimum) can be sent by email
Feedback for jaw surgery patients or submit feedback online
Orthognathic Minimum dataset form
Orthognathic Quality of Life questionnaire
Reports from those conducted to date include:
UK National Flap Registry June 2021 counts
UK National Flap Registry April 2021 counts
UK National Flap Registry February 2021 counts
UK National Flap Registry December 2020 counts
UK National Flap Registry to 14 October 2020 counts
UK National Flap Registry to 14 August 2020 counts
UK National Flap Registry to end of June 2020 counts
UK National Flap Registry 27 May 2020 counts
UK National Flap Registry February 2019 counts
UKNFR First Report 2019 4 December 2019
TMJ national audit December 2012
Fourth national audit January 2012 National Case Registration of Temporomandibular Joint Replacement
Third national audit January 2011 Third molar wisdom tooth audit
Second national audit November 2010 Bisphosphonate Related Osteonecrosis of the Jaw (BRONJ)
First national audit September 2010 Range of surgical procedures