Medical Emergencies in General Dental Practice- A Practical Guide

This comprehensive course is designed for Dentists, Therapists, Hygienists, Dental care professionals and Dental Nurses to improve their practical skills and theoretical knowledge to manage medical emergencies and resuscitation in a primary dental care setting.

Time & Location

Time is TBD
4th Floor, Seminar Room, Dental Institute, Whitechapel, Whitechapel, London E1 2AD, UK

About the Event


This CPD Course is postponed due to COVID-19 outbreak. 

The new date for this course will be announced once the situation is clearer. 

Please reserve your place and will keep you updated.

Note: Payment will only be taken once the course is confirmed and you are still happy to attend. You will not be charged when reservation your fee. 


This session will help you undertake better management of medical emergencies in the dental practice.


To provide an update on the management of different medical emergencies in a general dental practice

Learning objectives 

Be able to use the ABCDE approach to assess and treat an acutely ill patient.

Know which emergency drugs are available and are required to treat different medical emergencies.

Recognise the signs and symptoms of different medical emergencies.

Understand how to treat/manage common medical emergencies.

Apply and perform CPR when and where is required

CPD Developmental outcome 

Module C

CPD Hours:

4.5 hours


Nancy Girgis, BDS, 2000 LDS RCSeng 2012

Clinical Honorary Lecturer Royal College of Surgeons of England 2014

Founder and Director – Best Dental Training

Nancy has over 8 years of teaching experience especially the topic of Medical Emergencies in general dental practice, preparing DCPs and Dentists to recognise, diagnose and manage common medical emergencies, together with a guide on CPR with hands on experience.