|A great day at the races|
|Friday, 19 August 2011|
The RCSEd’s Dental Faculty has awarded prizes for exceptionally high quality papers at this year’s East of England Hospitals Junior Papers Day.
Held on 6 July at the British School of Racing in Newmarket, this year’s Faculty first-prize winners were: Niamh O’Rourke, SHO from Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, for An Audit of Compliance with BAHNO Standards; Amaka Ngwuocha,
Pictured: Standing, L-R: Alex Baxter, East of England multi-professional Deanery Director of Postgraduate Dental Education, Aaron Cronin, Hakeem Ajao, Stefan Abela , Mohamed-Saeed Seedat and Arun Majumdar. Seated, L-R: Naimh O’Rourke, Amaka Ngwuocha and Lauren Hardwick.
The East of England multi-professional Deanery also awarded runner-up prizes to Aaron John Cronin for Facial Lacerations - Are We Being Stitched Up?; Hakeem Ajao for the poster Audit of
The RCSEd was represented by Rob Chate, one of the regional consultant orthodontists, in his capacity as a member of Dental Council and Vice Dean-elect of the Faculty. This was the fourth year running that the Faculty has supported this regional study day since it inaugurated the College’s involvement through the presentation of prize certificates during its quincentenary year in 2005.
The day was organised and chaired by Arun Majumdar, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Consultant from the Luton and Dunstable Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.