Enhanced CPD Course

Radiation in Dentistry

  • Online Learning
  • Multi-choice quiz

1h 30m

CPD

CPD Topics covered

  • Radiography and Radiation Protection

Learning Objectives

This course is designed to teach the learner:

  • about the basic principles of protection during X-rays.
  • techniques of dental radiography dosage and dose limitation for patients and staff

Anticipated Outcomes

Following the completion of this course, the learner will be able to:

  • Identify the doses of certain types of X-rays and be able to compare this with dental radiography.
  • Identify some of the current guidelines relating to dental radiography
  • Identify methods of dose reduction
  • Know the difference between classified and non classified workers
Target Audience
  1. DCP
  2. Dental Nurse
  3. Orthodontic Therapist
  4. Receptionist
  5. Trainee
  6. Clinical Dental Technician
  7. Dental Hygienist
  8. Dental Technician
  9. Dental Therapist
  10. Dentist
  11. Practice Manager
High Level Learning Outcomes
  1. C – Maintenance in Field of Practice
Regulatory Standards
  1. SAFE
QCF Level
Level 3
Specialty
  1. None

About the Instructor

Luciana Lima Cardoso

Verified Instructor

2015

São Leopoldo Mandic College, Vila Velha – ES, Brazil

Post-grad degree Improvements in Endodontics (Rotatory and reciprocating movements + surgical microscopy)

2011

EAD São Leopoldo Mandic College, Campinas-SP, Brazil

Post grad degree in Labour’s Dentistry

2003

Faesa College, Espírito Santense, Brazil

Bachelor degree in Dentistry (dental surgery)

Qualifications

  • 2003 - Bachelor degree in Dentistry (dental surgery)

Reviews

Ashleigh Young

3rd Mar 2019

Great refresher 

Jayne Wright

27th Feb 2019

This course really helps to refresh your knowledge.

Madhuri Rizal

7th Oct 2018

Very easy to understand and grasp what we need to know in our daily practice 

Michael Habisreutinger

13th Sep 2018

This course wasn't edited/checked very well. Important typos such as leaving out the word 'not' in an important sentence, not to mention an apostrophe in the wrong place...shocking!
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