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Inaugural CDP Conference - 2003

Tuesday, July 01, 2003 | By CDP Inc.
2003 Conference

The CDP inaugural convention was hosted at the all inclusive Jolly Beach Resort in Antigua from 16th to 20th June 2003. The venue for this programme materialised after problems occurred with a planned Caribbean Atlantic Regional Dental Association (CARDA) meeting which was due to be hosted in Jamaica. It was thereafter decided that the meeting which was conceptualised and arranged by Dr. Eastmond could no longer be hosted under the banner of CARDA and Dr. SenGupta agreed to assist with the hosting of the convention in Antigua under a newly conceptualised banner of Caribbean Dental Program Ltd., a company registered in Antigua by both directors (Drs. SenGupta and Eastmond) who Co-Chaired the convention.

The initiative was taken to invite representatives from all of the English speaking Caribbean countries to attend and meet with representatives of the University of the West Indies. The minutes of that meeting (below) ratified proactive resolutions that were adopted to improve the status of dentistry prior to the implementation of the Caribbean Single Market & Economy (CSME) in 2004. Delegates who attended that meeting hoped that the CARICOM Health Desk must share a pivotal role in making the adopted proposals a reality in ensuring that the free movement of Caribbean dental personnel become a priority. These resolutions should therefore become an agenda item at future CARICOM meetings and assist with implementing proposals to the benefit of our population. Hopefully, respective Ministers/Ministries of Health, Heads of Governments, Pan American Health Organisation (PAHO) and other agencies that can/will assist in achieving these goals of public safety, accreditation, standardisation of dental professions and the implementation of a Caribbean Dental Council will assist in undertaking and supervising the programme to ensure the required goals are achieved.

CDP facilitated two meetings at this Inaugural Convention:

  1. A meeting with members of the Regional Dental Councils, Regional Dental Associations and the University of the West Indies.
  2. A meeting was with Regional Dental Hygienists and the Canadian Hygienist Association in an effort to form a Caribbean Auxiliary and/or Hygienists' Association.

The convention also had presentations for all members of the profession with Anita Jupp & Ms. Sandra Slauenwhite lecturing on Practice Management; Drs. SenGupta and Fergusson lecturing on Implants and performing live surgery to demonstrate bone grafting and sinus lift techniques; Public Health by Drs. Eastmond, Pickstock and Joannes; Orthodontics with Dr. Ronald Ramsay; Periodontology by Dr. Alison Mayers; Conservative Dentistry by Dr. William Smith; Dental Hygiene by Mrs. Marie Harvey; Medico-Legal aspects with Dr. Nancy Boodhoo and Ms. Sarah Bradbury; Technical aspects by Mr. Anas Raffoul; Endodontics by Dr. Raj Kumar Jammula; Radiography by Dr. Eastmond and Anaesthetics by Dr. Sen.

The conference was opened by Sir James Carlisle, Governor General of Antigua & Barbuda who was also a dentist.

 

 

Caribbean Dental 2003 Programme

Programme

 

 

Monday  16/6/03

Tuesday 17/6/03

Wednesday 18/6/03

Thursday 19/6/03

Friday 20/6/03

0800 - 1600 Registration

0800 - 1600 Registration

0800 Registration

0800 Registration

0800 Registration

Chair Dr. Alison Mayers

Chair Dr. Darren Eastmond

Chair Dr. Andy Miles

Chair Dr. Tony Lewis

Chair Dr. Joyous Pickstock

0815-0915

Dr. Rick Ferguson

Introduction/History of Implant Concepts

 

0815 - 0915

Dr. Joyous Pickstock

The Integration of Oral Health into General Health

0815 - 0915

Dr. William Smith

The Diagnosis and Management of Non-Carious Cervical Lesions

0815-0915

Dr. Soumi SenGupta Beginner's Guide to Occlusion”

 

0815 - 0915

Dr. Simone Alleyne

Dangers of Sickle Cell Disease

0915–1015

Dr. Rick Ferguson

 

Treatment Planning for Placement of Implants

0915 – 1015

Anita Jupp

 

I Can’t Wait To Get To Work On Monday

0915 – 1015

Dr. Victor Eastmond

 

Intra-Oral Radiography

 

0915-1015

Dr. Nancy Boodhoo

Inter-Professional relationships, Teamwork and its Legal Pitfalls

0915-1015

Sandra Slauenwhite

 

Power Point for Case Acceptance

 

1015-1030

Coffee Break

1015-1030

Coffee Break

1015-1030

Coffee Break

1015-1030

Coffee Break

10.15-1030

Coffee Break

1030– 1130

Dr. Rick Ferguson

Use of Removable Dentures on Implants

1030-1130

Anita Jupp

Cont’d - I Can’t Wait To Get To Work On Monday

1030-1130”.

Dr. Joanes Jean

Oral Health in Guyana

10-11.30

Miss Sarah Bradbury

How to Protect Yourself from these Pitfalls

1030-1130

Sandra Slauenwhite

Ten Ways To Maximise The Hygiene/Perio Recall Program

 

1130-1230

Dr. Soumi SenGupta

Implant Temporisation, Cementation, Maintenance and Follow-up Protocol

1130-1230

Dr. Ronald Ramsay

Orthodontics - Picking up early problems and what happens when you refer

1130-1230

Dr. Nancy Boodhoo.

Medico Legal Considerations.

1130-1230

Dr. Soumi SenGupta.

Setting Up an Implant Office and Reducing Failures

1130-1230

Dr Raj Kumar JammulaContemporary Endodontics

1230-1330

LUNCH

1230-1330

LUNCH

1230-1330

LUNCH

1230-1330

LUNCH

1230-1330

LUNCH

1330- 1430

Dr. Soumi SenGupta

 

Planning Fixed Cases for Implants

 

1330-1430

Dr. Ronald Ramsay  Orthodontics - Picking up early problems and what happens when you refer

1330-1430

Marie Harvey,

Dental Assisting in Canada: the Evolution of an Allied Health Care Profession

1330-1430

Mr. Anas Raffoul

 

Prosthodontic Considerations

1330-1630

Drs. Rick Fergusson &

Soumi SenGupta

Live Surgery @ Dr. SenGupta's Office

1430-1530

Dr. Soumi SenGupta

 

Biomechanics

1430-1530

Dr. Alison Mayers

 

Perio for the New Millennium

1445-1600

(Main Lecture Rm.) Presentations by Caribbean Dental Councils and Regional CDO’s.

(Aux Lecture Rm.) Presentations & Meeting of Dental Auxiliaries to table Resolutions of Common Concern

1430-1530

Dr. Victor Eastmond.  The Use of Good Radiography and Radiology

Live Surgery Demo on

(1) Bone Grafting

and

(2) Sinus Lift

1530-1630

Dr. Rick Ferguson

One or Two Stage Surgicals

1530-1630

Dr. Victor Eastmond

Update on SARS

Cont’d

1530-1630

Dr. Sen (Anaesthetist)

Keeping Your Patient Alive

Live Surgery Demo

1630-1730

Hands-On - Placement of Implants in synthetic models by delegates.

1830-2000

Opening Ceremony & Welcome Reception with Governor General

1800-2100

 

Visit To Casino

16.30

Caribbean Dental Meeting for Discussion on “Dentistry in the West Indies”

 

1830-2100

 

Closing Ceremony

 

Governor General of Antigua & Barbuda, Sir James Carlisle with

CDP Co-Chairmen Drs. Eastmond and SenGupta

 

(A) Minutes of Meeting With University of The West Indies.

This meeting was facilitated by the Co-Chairmen on Wednesday, 18th June 2003 at 2.00 p.m.

AGENDA

Meeting with UWI Dental School, Regional Councils & CDO's

  • 2.45 - 2.30 P.M. Welcome By Chairman, Dr. Anthony Lewis, Inaugural President of CARDA and Chief Dental Officer (CDO) of Jamaica 
  • 2.30 - 2.45 P.M. Presentation by Dr. P.R. Murti, the Ag. Director of the UWI Dental School.
  • 2.45 - 3.15 P.M. Presentations by Regional Dental Councils & CDO's.
  • 3.15 - 3.45 P.M. Defining Goals and Objectives for The Caribbean Dental Profession re. Registration, Accreditation and Postgraduate Education in light of the ratified CARICOM Freedom of Movement Convention.
  • 3.45 - 4.15 P.M. Recommendations For Achieving The Required Goals and Objectives and need for a Caribbean Regional Dental Council.
  • 4.15 P.M. Any Other Business

Objectives

Members of the profession who attended this meeting were aware that the General Dental Council of the United Kingdom is no longer permitted to undertake the monitoring of external accreditation for dental schools outside of Europe. The objective of this meeting was therefore to discuss and hopefully resolve the matter to facilitate accreditation of the dental programme provided by the University of The West Indies School of Dentistry so that Caribbean Dental Councils will be better able to execute its mandate.
1. Accreditation. - Recognition of an educational institution, which meets defined standards. It is recognised that there is a need to ensure for the sole Caribbean tertiary English-speaking dental faculty acquires such a standard. 
2. Dental Councils. -The Councils' main duty is to ensure that all practising members of the dental profession will practice the art of dentistry safely on members of the public. The right for persons to practice the profession of dentistry is regulated by Dental Councils. 
3. Dental Registration. - Councils regulate Dental Practitioners. They can only practice after gaining legal national registration by Council and on payment of a prescribed fee to have their name placed on a Register. This policy ensure that dentists whose names are placed on the "Register", have met defined standards through attendance of a programme accredited by national Council or, failing to provide proof of such attendance, passing of a proficiency examination as mandated by Council. 
The methodology by which this objective can be achieved should be discussed with members of the profession.

 

Present
There were approximately twenty five persons present but the recognised representatives were:

  • Dr. Anthony Lewis. Chairman of the meeting and Inaugural President of the Caribbean Atlantic Regional Dental Association (CARDA).
  • Dr. Mark Edwards. Chairman of the Dental Council (Jamaica).
  • Dr. Ronald Ramsay. Chairman of the Dental Council (Barbados).
  • Mrs. Marie J. Harvey. President of Canadian Dental Assistants' Association (CDAA).
  • Mrs. Lucia Phillips. Immediate Past president of the Barbados Association of Dental Axillaries.
  • Dr. Victor Eastmond. Immediate Past President of the Commonwealth Dental Association.
  • Dr. Joanes Jean. Chief Dental Officer of Guyana.
  • Dr. Jennifer Bulkan. Registrar of Dental Council (Guyana)
  • Dr. Cyril Robinson. Chief Dental Officer of Dominica.
  • Dr. Joyous Pickstock. Chief Dental Officer of Bahamas.
  • Dr. William Smith. Lecturer in restorative Dentistry at UWI Dental School
  • Dr. P. R. Murti. Director (Ag.) UWI Dental School.
  • Dr. J. Ebenezer Scipio. Senior Lecturer, UWI Dental School. 
  • Dr. H. Al-Bayaty. Senior Lecturer, UWI Dental School.
  • Mrs. Georgette Beaulieu. Immediate Past President CDAA
  • Dr Andy Miles. Member of Dental Council (Trinidad and Tobago)
  • Dr. Nancy Boodhoo. Caribbean Representative of Dental Protection Ltd.
  • Dr. Chandi Revana. Dental Officer, Turks ands Caicos Islands.
  • Dr. Juanna Osborne. Oral Surgeon, St. Vincent
  • Mr. Peter Whickham. UWI graduate. Journalist and guest of the meeting

Introduction
Dr. Lewis welcomed the gathering to this historic occasion and requested that the meeting be constructive to achieve improvements in the Caribbean dental status. He invited the members of the University of the West Indies to address the forum.

Dr. P. Murti, Director (Ag) of the UWI Dental School, first introduced the members of the University who were present and explained that each of them will give a presentation directed at specific areas. He gave a historical perspective from 1989 when the school started. There has been a regular changeover of deans and this resulted in instability within the centre in relation to staff and curriculum. He felt that at this stage of its history, there were great improvements with an increase in teaching staff, some of whom were UWI dental school graduates.
Dr. Al-Bayaty followed by Dr. Scipio and Smith were invited to make their presentation, which also demonstrated the improvements within the last five years. There was admission to reviews being done by independent bodies and the general dental council of the UK, which found the university lacking in some areas. These areas of deficiencies were addressed and it was for this reason that the school's improvements were now being demonstrated. After qualification, the graduates were permitted to be registered under the laws of Trinidad and Tobago (T&T) to practice in their republic.

Resolutions
It was agreed that the following resolutions be adopted: 

  1. Since Governments do not necessarily understand the needs and working of a profession, it is advised that such dental duties be delegated to "Dental Councils" for the regulation of the dental profession.
  2. That Dental Councils, which now act as an "Executive Arm" of Governments, must overseer policies that contribute to the improvement of oral health while being free of any danger to public or profession.
  3. That Dental Councils need the assistance and cooperation of various sectors such as the dental professions (represented by associations).
  4. That Governments recognise Dental Councils do not have the means to educate and train members of the profession.
  5. That Governments delegate the task of education and training to two areas, the university and dental hospitals.
  6. That Education and training cannot take place in a vacuum or in an ad-hoc or independent manner.
  7. That Education and training should reflect the needs and demands of the population as epitomised by the policies of the Governments as stated through the Dental Councils.
  8. That while the training roles are undertaken by the Hospital and University, the Dental Councils must overseer the process.
  9. That Dental Councils can play its part in a cohesive manner by regular inspection of the facilities; inspecting and visiting the institution during teaching; and participating during examinations to ensure the defined standards of Council are met. This situation is consistent with the UK model.
  10. Alternatively, that Dental Councils can play its part by having a separate Dental Council exam to ensure the defined standards of Council are met. This situation is consistent with the U.S. model where graduates have to take "Board" exams irrespective of where they qualified.
  11. That since the UWI is a Regional Caribbean Institution, it would be expedient to have a Regional Dental Council, which works cohesively with, the University and the Dental Hospital to ensure graduates meet the defined standards.
  12. That the proposed relationship between a Regional Council, the University and the Dental Hospital will be conducive for the Regional Council to grant its own accreditation provided the defined standards are met. This situation is consistent with the UK model.
  13. That the model be expanded to include all ancillary branches of the dental profession with a provision that there be a path for promotion (elevation) within the framework i.e. that a hygienist, technician or therapist be provided with the opportunity to enter the Dental Programme after a stipulated time of experience.
  14. That all Regional Dental Councils or their national representative be invited to meet in Trinidad to discuss the education, training and accreditation of Caribbean graduates
  15. It is imperative that the three main examining bodies i.e. the Examination Boards for Barbados, Jamaica and Trinidad meet in Trinidad with a view to agreement on a single format of the examination.
  16. That the Jamaica and Barbados Dental Councils host their examinations at the UWI dental school (possibly in April, 2004) for the benefit of their graduating nationals.
  17. That the Councils, when they meet in Trinidad (again possibly in April, 2004) discuss their role in the UWI final examinations to evaluate whether a greater involvement in the latter may exempt a candidate from a written part of the council's examinations in the first instance.
  18. That the Councils propose an involvement in the UWI examinations process to determine whether the candidates may be exempt from a clinical part of the Council's examinations.
  19. That the long term goal would be accreditation of the Dental School regionally so that a candidates graduating from UWI's dental school would be able to practice in any Caribbean island without having to sit any regulatory examination.
  20. That in light of the pending implementation of the Caribbean Single Market and Economy (CSME), the profession must become proactive to ensure its standards are upgraded with recognition at a REGIONAL rather than a NATIONAL level. This will involve the participation of the regional institution.

 

 

 

(B) Minutes of Meeting With Dental Auxiliaries.

PROPOSALS FOR DENTAL AUXILIARY PERSONNEL

The Co-Chairmen facilitated a separate meeting for auxiliary personnel in a separate lecture room on 18th June 2003 at 2.00 p.m. The meeting was chaired by Mrs. Lucia Philips and recorded by Mrs. Heather Maynard both of whom are doubly qualified as certified "New Zealand type" dental therapists and also as certified dental hygienists. Mrs. Marie Harvey, President of the Canadian Dental Assistants' Association (CDAA), and the immediate past President of CDAA, Mrs. Georgette Beaulieu, attended the meeting along with other Caribbean auxiliaries.

AGENDA

Meeting Of Dental Auxiliaries
Venue - Jolly Beach Resort Antigua.

  • 2.45 - 2.30 P. Welcome By Chairperson, Mrs. Lucia Phillips, Inaugural President of Barbados Association Of Dental Auxiliaries (BADA) 
  • 2.30 - 3.00P.M. Presentations by Regional Auxiliaries.
  • 3.45 P.M. Defining Goals and Objectives for The Caribbean Dental Auxiliaries.
  • 3.45 - 4.15 P.M. Recommendations For Achieving The Required Goals and Objectives.
  • 4.15 P.M. Any Other Business

Listed below arethe proposals that were formulated.

THIS CARIBBEAN DENTAL AUXILIARIES' MEETING RESOLVED:

  1. That all dental Auxiliaries must be formally trained.
  2. That courses for each auxiliary discipline be implemented and accredited through collaboration with UWI and other educational facilities.
  3. That such courses must provide a special programme of prior learning assessment that will upgrade skills to the required standards of practice. This is most pertinent for assistants presently working without formal training.
  4. That there be a Caribbean Association of Dental Auxiliaries.
  5. That all dental auxiliaries are licensed with compulsory criteria to assure ethics through membership into the proposed Caribbean Association of Dental Auxiliaries (CADA).
  6. That each separate auxiliary discipline attains respect, consideration and inclusion as a valued member of the Dental Team.
  7. That there must be standardisation of nomenclature for respective disciplines e.g. Dental Auxiliaries, Dental Nurses, Dental Therapist, Dental Assistants, Auxiliary Dental Officer, etc.
  8. That all members of the dental team must acquire credits from continuing education sessions as a prerequisite for annual re-registration.
  9. That compulsory continuing education programmes be instituted.
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