Amora Hotel, Riverwalk, 649 Bridge Road Richmond, VIC 3121


Tuesday, 07 March, 2017

6:30pm – 7:00pm Welcome drinks and canapes
7:00pm – 7:15pm Introduction by Dr Igor Lavrin Dr Sarah Lawrence
7:15pm – 8:15pm Onscreen presentation (Penny Hatzimanolakis – Part 2 Evidence informed Methodology for the Dental Hygienist)
8:15pm – 8:30pm Networking time

Penny Hatzimanolakis

About Penny Hatzimanolakis

Penny Hatzimanolakis received her education at the University of British Columbia (UBC), completing both a Bachelor (2004) and Master degrees (2009) in Dental Science.In 1994, she obtained her diploma from Vancouver Community College in Dental Hygiene.

At UBC, she is involved in both the Dental (DMD) and Dental Hygiene (DHDP) Programs.She is the DMD 2nd and 3rd year coordinator of the Periodontal Instrumentation Module and in the DHDP, she takes part in all four years instructing in numerous courses from dental anatomy to online evidence based practice.She also practices with a periodontal/prosthetic specialty team for the last 16 years.In addition, she created a consulting company, Up Scale Consulting,to assist Dental Hygienists and their teams to achieve the highest standard of care.

She also assists the profession via her study club,VIP,which is affiliated with the Seattle Study Club.

Her research focuses on periodontal disease and the use of photodynamic/photodysinfection therapy but is also involved in multi-aspect sof research from dental implants to oral-self care.She has published and co-authored in multiple journals.

Professor Hatzimanolakis is dedicated to both the students and Faculty.She is the Chair of the Admissions Committee,as well as a Faculty Advisor.She was awarded the Part-Time Faculty Teaching Award in 2012.Within the dental community, she is the British Columbia’s Dental Hygienist Representative on the Pacific Dental Conference (Scientific conference) Organizing Committee since 2007.

Learning objectives

  • Assessment: Identify critical components of a comprehensive clinical intraoral exam.
  • Planning: Learn several methods utilized to assist chair side detection of oral lesions.
  • Implementation: Describe how to incorporate oral lesion screening methods into clinical practice. What’s new on the market?
  • Evaluation: Review the current evidence (literature) to determine gold standards and best practice in oral lesion/cancer screening methods.

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