Scotland Luxury Land Tour: Symposium of Scottish Medicine & Dentistry – Oral Health Group
June 04 – June 14, 2023
Join PES for 10 nights in the land of castles and cashmere, breathtaking natural beauty, fascinating history, and finely aged whiskies. This tailor-made luxury itinerary is specially designed to showcase Scotland at its finest, commencing on the cobbled streets of the capital city before travelling north to the majestic Highlands, and concluding at the world-renowned Gleneagles for tee time!
Symposium of Scottish Medicine & Dentistry
CME/CE Lecture Seminars for Medical, Dental, Nursing, and Allied Healthcare Professionals
This Seminar is planned for 12 Continuing Education Credit Hours.
CME/CE Professional Seminar Fee: $695
Seminar Attendance Fee: $450
CME/CE credits, Certificates of Completion and possible tax deductible guidelines will be provided for registered Professional Seminar attendees Certificates of Attendance will be provided for ALL registered seminar participants.
Seminar Overview/Statement of Purpose:
PES is fortunate to have dental and medical practitioners representing a variety of specialties participating in the CME/CE sessions. PES understands the importance of offering inter-professional healthcare education, allowing colleagues to gain cross-specialty perspectives and updates in the treatment and prevention of disease. The need to adapt best practice models in the context of emerging healthcare reforms impacting patient care delivery and access to care is an important issue for all healthcare practitioners.
Healthcare in the United Kingdom is a devolved matter, with England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, and Wales each having their own systems of publicly funded healthcare, funded by and accountable to separate governments and parliaments, together with smaller private sector and voluntary provision. As a result of each country having different policies and priorities, a variety of differences now exist between these systems.
Despite there being separate health services for each country, the performance of the National Health Service (NHS) across the UK can be measured for the purpose of making international comparisons. In a recent report ranking developed-country healthcare systems, the United Kingdom was ranked the best healthcare system in the world overall in the following categories: Quality of Care (i.e. effective, safe, coordinated, patient-oriented), Access to Care, Efficiency, and Equity.
Confronting the challenges of delivering quality patient care in the face of increased budget restriction and resources within the overall framework of continued healthcare reform is fast becoming a global issue for healthcare practitioners. It is timely to provide an overview of the current status of healthcare delivery systems, their impact on populations and how key health issues are addressed in both the UK and North America.
Planned In Country Healthcare Topics Include:
Overview of the Scottish Healthcare Delivery System
Dentistry in Scotland: Universal & Private Practice
Public Health Challenges: Life Expectancy, Obesity & Mental Health
Addressing Key Disease Issues: Cardiovascular & Cancer
Advances and New Topics in Dentistry
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