This month, I was lucky enough to be able to attend and present a collaborative piece of research at the ADEE (Association for Dental Education Europe) International Conference held in Liverpool.
The piece of research, ‘Animal, Cadaver or Plastic? A comparison of models used for oral and maxillofacial surgical training’, was part of the teaching methods section.
I was able to present and participate in discussions with other presenters regarding differences in teaching methods internationally and across different dental specialties.
As this was my first time attending and presenting at an international conference, I found that this was an invaluable experience, which I am grateful that I got the opportunity to be able to do.
I met a wide range of people, who came from across the world to be able to discuss multiple different topics and present some of the most recent research conducted.
I look forward to potentially collaborating with colleagues from across the world to widen the research we have already conducted and hopefully get the research published in the near future!
Thank you SOMANDA for giving us the opportunity to present our research!