The Peer Review in September will be ran by the Campbell Clinic's Orthodontist, Andrew Flett, who is a Specialist and Consultant at Queens Medical Centre. The Peer Review will be titled Orthodontics and will be held on Thursday 24th September at the NEW Campbell Clinic.
Peer Review with The Campbell Clinic - What is it?
The Peer Review by The Campbell Clinic is an opportunity for clinicians from Nottingham and the surrounding areas to get together and discuss dentistry.
It gives us a chance to talk about things that are affecting us and things that are worrying us including individual cases but also general trends in dentistry. It’s also an opportunity to hear talks and insights from other members of the profession about things that might improve their ability to provide care and enjoy your job.
Finally, at each of the events there will be a discussion of at least one case but hopefully more which will be submitted by the group to help us discuss and understand dentistry better.
At The Campbell Clinic we feel it’s time we all started to get together a bit more so that we can work together as a profession instead of working against each other as a network of ‘corner shops and competition’.
This is an opportunity for any one from all aspects of dentistry to get together, share experiences, talk and connect.
We thought about providing this for absolutely nothing but we think if we put a small charge on this (all of which will entirely go to the charity Bridge2Aid) it gives us some sort of value and makes it less likely for people to not commit and not turn up. We hope you agree.
Andrew qualified from the University of Liverpool in 2006, winning the Malcolm Foster Silver medal for the best undergraduate research project in his year.
After a year in general dental practice, he returned to Liverpool Dental Hospital to complete a year of general professional training, which involved oral surgery, special care dentistry and paediatric rotations.
From 2008, he then spent the next 2 years as a maxillofacial senior house officer moving around the Merseyside region, caring for patients with head and neck cancer and skeletal abnormalities.
In 2010, he began his Specialist Registrar training in Orthodontics at the Charles Clifford Dental Hospital in Sheffield and the Royal Chesterfield Hospital. Andrew was awarded a Masters with Merit in 2012 from the University of Sheffield and completed his specialist training in 2013, achieving his MOrth from RCS Eng.
In 2015, he completed his training as a Consultant Orthodontist at Sheffield and Chesterfield and in 2016 was appointed as Consultant at Queen’s Medical Centre.