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EAOM Webinar - 11 May 2021

Second Lecture: 11 May 2021 at 6pm BST (London UK) / 7pm CEST (Rome Italy)

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Dr. Yarom Noam

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Dr. Evangelia (Lia) Piperi

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Dr. Maria Georgaki

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EAOM Grand Round - Challenges in Oral Medicine

EAOM Grand Round - Challenges in Oral Medicine

First Lecture: 13 April 2021 at 6pm BST (London UK) / 7pm CEST (Rome Italy)

Aim: To provide a forum to communicate with and support the membership with a view to increasing engagement and interest in the meeting in 2021.

EAOM Grand Round Webinar Series - Challenges in Oral Medicine

The Board of the Association are delighted to announce a series of webinars which it is hoped will provide a forum for discussion of topics of interest to our membership.

The webinars will be delivered on a monthly basis and commence at 1900 Central European Summer Time (1700 GMT / 1800 BST London UK) by a panel of three. Each panel member will seek to address a specific question, or topic, over the course of 15-20 minutes before answering questions, selected by a moderator, from those submitted by attendees over the following 5-10 minutes.

We hope you enjoy them and are particularly grateful to the panel members and regional representatives who have made this possible.

The first webinar will take place on Tuesday 13th April at 1700 GMT / 1800 BST London UK / 1900 CEST Rome Italy. The webinars are free to EAOM members. CPD certificates will be available. The speakers and topics are listed below:

  • Professor Stephen Porter- IgG4 Related Disease: Implications for Oral Medicine
  • Professor Marco Carrozzo-  Oral Manifestations of Systemic Conditions
  • Dr Jon Higham- Telemedicine
stephen porter

Stephen Porter is  Professor of Oral Medicine and Director of UCL Eastman Dental Institute London and has held various senior national and international roles in this, and allied areas, of dentistry. He has published about 500 articles. His research interests include the diagnosis and management of potentially malignant disease of the mouth while his clinical interests includes the management of complex immunologically-mediated disease of the mouth.

Lecture title: IgG4 related disease: implications for Oral Medicine

Aim: To provide an overview of the relevance of IgG4-related disease to the practice of Oral Medicine

Objective: An increased appreciation of the diagnosis and management of aspects of IgG4-related disease relevant to Oral Medicine

marco carrozzo

Marco Carrozzo is Professor of Oral Medicine, School of Dental Sciences and Honorary Consultant in Oral Medicine, RVI Hospital, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK. Marco graduated in Medicine and Surgery at the University of Turin, Italy, and specialized in odontostomatology, becoming researcher and Consultant in Oral Medicine at the University of Turin. He is author and co-author of over 250 scientific publications including several papers on oral cancer and potentially malignant diseases and of three books and ten book chapters on oral medicine. His research interests include bullous diseases, oral lichen planus, oral manifestations of HCV infection, and salivary gland diseases. He is Deputy Editor of Journal of Oral Pathology and a member of the Editorial Boards of Oral Oncology, Medicina Oral, Patología Oral y Cirurgía Bucal, and International Journal of Oral Science. He is immediate past president of the European Association of Oral Medicine.

Lecture title: Oral Manifestations of Systemic Conditions

Jon Higham

Jon Higham is a Consultant in Oral Medicine at Birmingham Dental Hospital and School of Dentistry and Chief Clinical Information Officer (CCIO) at Birmingham Community NHS Foundation Trust. As CCIO, he is responsible for providing a clinical voice and leadership in all aspects of digital health transformation and has led the implementation of video consultation in the Trust.

Lecture title: Telemedicine

Learning Objectives

  • To review the impact on digital transformation of the COVID pandemic 
  • To share learning from the implementation of video consultation in an NHS Trust 
  • To highlight the clinical and operational benefits and challenges of remote consultation 
  • To share our experience of using remote consultation to deliver oral medicine care

EAOM Grand Round Webinar Series - Challenges in Oral Medicine

The Board of the Association are delighted to announce a series of webinars which it is hoped will provide a forum for discussion of topics of interest to our membership.

The webinars will be delivered on a monthly basis and commence at 1900 Central European Summer Time (1700 GMT / 1800 BST) by a panel of three. Each panel member will seek to address a specific question, or topic, over the course of 15-20 minutes before answering questions, selected by a moderator, from those submitted by attendees over the following 5-10 minutes.

We hope you enjoy them and are particularly grateful to the panel members and regional representatives who have made this possible.

Case selection
The cases should be submitted as an abstract on a relevant template to the President
Chosen members of Council will make the selections; the President will have final say
Cases not chosen for one meeting can roll over for possible selection at later meetings

Meetings can be grouped under different headings e.g. mucosal, salivary, pain, etc or just left open – whatever Council wishes.

The meeting should be a closed one and not recorded.

Session timing and delivery
Chairperson – President
Time – 5PM GMT / 6PM BST / 7PM CEST (to allow for regional time differences)
< 2 hours; use Zoom
Language- English

Session Format
President to open the session and give any relevant new announcements before moving into chairing 5 cases and should initially have his camera on.

  • 5 cases
  • One from each region i.e. about 20 minutes each to include presentation and discussion
  • Cases should be presented that reflect one or more of the following: rarity, novelty, challenging clinical problem, emerging disease
  • Comprises a 10 -12 minute presentation that must follow a designated template (we can circulate); the presenter can be junior or senior although it is expected that the selection will be cognisant of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI).
  • Time for 5-6 minute discussion (the chair should declare that there will only be time for 5 questions and he will stop discussions if he believes it is important etc). Those asking questions should put their cameras on when asking.