DUBAI, UAE: Despite the effects of the global COVID-19 pandemic on its event business, the Centre for Advanced Professional Practices (CAPP) is committed to continuing to offer its two annual world-class scientific conferences, supporting dental professionals globally. When initial plans to host this year’s in-person events were disrupted, CAPP swiftly redirected its efforts towards the organisation of two of the largest-ever virtual, scientifically accredited dental conferences instead―eight days, 56 continuing education (CE) credits, over 90 speakers from six continents―from 12 to 15 November and 19 to 22 November. The two conferences are part of the CAPP November Dental Livestream, which is being broadcast from 5 to 28 November.
The International Team of Implantology (ITI) appointed EMOVA to conduct a programme in the UAE which will facilitate the fulfillment of requirements for obtaining privileges to practice Implant Dentistry. The ITI Implant Privilege programme will be promoted by CAPP Events & Training.
During the CAPP Live Stream Dental Meeting last April, acting moderator of the online conference, Dr Çagdas Kislaoglu interviewed Dr Christian Coachman on dentistry in the COVID-19 pandemic period.
As precautionary measures are adapted across different professions in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak, dentists are being extra cautious to protect themselves and their patients given the nature of their work.
CAPP (Centre for Advanced Professional Practices) organises its events online and in a digitised format. This allows dental professionals around the world to continue their engagement and education with the latest in dentistry during the challenging time of the COVID-19 outbreak.
March 26, 2020 | Events
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DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES: With good post-graduate education acting as the cornerstone of providing excellence in patient care, the alliance between Hu-Friedy (the leading dental instruments provider in the middle east) and CAPP Training Institute (one of the largest CME providers in the area) has already proven its benefits.
AACHEN, GERMANY: On 16-19 December 2019, dental professionals who were part of the Laser Mastership Programme CAPP UAE cohort of 2019, successfully graduated and received their post-graduate “Laser Therapy in Dentistry” certificates from RWTH International Academy - RWTH Aachen University and Aachen Dental Laser Center (AALZ).
DUBAI, UAE: Over 40 speakers, 30 hands-on courses, 21 CME credits, 13 scientific programmes, 3 days and over 100 companies to feature at the CAPP Dental ConfExpo 2020 on 12-14 November 2020 at Madinat Jumeirah Arena & Conference Centre in Dubai, UAE.