British Association for Forensic Odontology

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IOFOS meeting in Croatia in Sept 2020 CANCELLED (Posted April 2020)

Dear Colleagues, As the situation with the COVID-19 pandemic remains uncertain, the IOFOS Executive Board and Organization Committee has decided to postpone the IOFOS Triennial Congress, in Dubrovnik until......read more

IALM Symposium for July 2020 CANCELLED (posted April 2020)

International Academy of Legal Medicine (IALM) JULY 2020 Symposium CANCELLED The IALM Board has been closely monitoring the implications of the global nCoVID-19 pandemic. With its impact uncertain and countries in different stages, we fear it may be the case that some of you may not be able to attend the postponed IALM 2020 Symposium......read more

WHO live Coronavirus map (Posted April 2020)

The WHO have the current and historic status of Coronavirus on a World map at......read more

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IDEALS CONGRESS 2020, Leuven, September 3-5

International Dental Ethics & Law Society Thursday 3rd: DENTAL ETHICS - Vulnerability in Dentistry: An examination of ethical issues. The congress will cover the ethical issues relating to vulnerability. It will include (but not be limited) to a discussion of patients with disabilities in their health and disadvantage due to poverty and displacement. Rapid changes in communication and business practices within professions have the potential ethical and legal risks for patients, dentists and the community. Friday 4th: Legal We will go as broad as possible – the relation between the patient, the dentist and the community. Will there be an evolution in dentistry – overtreatment – undertreatment. Affordable treatment? Saturday: evaluation of dental damage – insurances Case reports Welcome reception will be on Wednesday evening Congress diner will be on Friday Dress code is business informal and guests are welcome. More >
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