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Upcoming events

12 Aug August

Medical Laboratory Science open evening

Wednesday, 12 August 2020 - Hercus D’Ath Lecture Theatre
Please enter the Hercus Building via the Hanover Street
entrance and go to the first floor.

Learn more about Medical Laboratory Science from students, alumni and academic lecturers.

13 Aug August

Paediatric Trainee Interns seminars

Thursday, 13 August 2020 at 1:00pm - Seminar room 2, 3rd Floor Children's Pavilion, Dunedin Hospital.
Alice Lumsden & Connie Wan present "Diabetic Bulimia - the world’s most dangerous eating disorder" followed by Claudia Peyroux & Jessica Yuhoi presenting “Treatments of eczema”.

20 Aug August

Paediatrics Seminar

Thursday, 20 August 2020 at 1:00pm - Seminar room 2, 3rd Flr Children's Pavilion, Dunedin Hospital or zoom password: 051574
Dr. Nivethanan Kamalendran (Specialist Paediatric Dentist) presents " Tethered Oral Tissues (TOTS)- Connecting the DOTS in TOTS – understanding lip and tongue-tie in children"
Tongue-tie, also known as ankyloglossia, occurs when a persistent lingual frenum restricts tongue movements and interferes with tongue function. Sometimes it can cause difficulty with breastfeeding,speech articulation and malocclusion. For many years, the subject of tongue-tie has been controversial with practitioners of many specialties having widely different views regarding its significance and management. This seminar will cover the overview of tongue-tie and its implications.

Prof. John McMillan (Bioethics Centre) presents " Consent, confidentiality and mature minors "
While making a judgment about whether or not a child is a mature minor is something many doctors do quite often, where they should go for advice about the appropriate test is unclear and the advice they will find, inconsistent. I will describe the different sources of information that a doctor might consider, show their inconsistencies and explain the tests that doctors should refer to when assess whether a minor is ‘mature’.