5 part TubulesLive, detailing the screening, detection, referral and management of oral lesions, to include oral cancer.

Oral Cancer - recognition and referral pathways - Dr. Bharath Puttur

Aims and objectives:

  • Identify and discern benign, premalignant and malignant lesions. Achieved via an interactive quiz you will be able to learn about the key examination points to help identify lesions that may be benign, premalignant or malignant
  • Learn about Cancer Research UK, NICE and NHS England published guidelines to assist in referral for suspected cancers. Through this TubulesLive we will explain the guidelines to understanding the chronology of urgency, based on clinical features and systemic risk factors
  • Gain an overview of diagnostic measures, treatment methodology and postoperative care which will give a broad insight into hospital care for the referred patient
  • At the end of the lecture, the learner should be confident in identifying the difference between benign and malignant lesions, and when to refer. They learner will also be able to interpret the guidelines to achieve best outcomes in clinical practice

Mouth Cancer Foundation. Part 1. Screening - Dr. Philip Lewis

Aims and objectives:

  • Understand the incidence and prevalence of oral cancer in the UK
  • Understand the need for early detection and its importance
  • Understand the screening process and procedure

Mouth Cancer Foundation. Part 2a. The clinical and surgical aspects of mouth cancer management - Dr. Mahesh Kumar

Aims and objectives:

  • Understand normal anatomy
  • Understand the clinical presentation and management of oral cancer
  • The presentation of neck lumps
  • Understand the clinical presentation of oral cancer
  • The management of oral cancer through clinical case presentations
  • Concepts of reconstruction and rehabilitation
  • How to undertake a 30-second, effective, mouth examination for oral cancer screening
  • Understand the referral process for urgent suspected head and neck cancer

Mouth Cancer Foundation. Part 2b. The clinical and surgical aspects of mouth cancer management - Dr. Mahesh Kumar

Aims and objectives:

  • Understand normal anatomy
  • Understand the clinical presentation and management of oral cancer
  • The presentation of neck lumps
  • Understand the clinical presentation of oral cancer
  • The management of oral cancer through clinical case presentations
  • Concepts of reconstruction and rehabilitation
  • How to undertake a 30-second, effective, mouth examination for oral cancer screening
  • Understand the referral process for urgent suspected head and neck cancer

Mouth Cancer Foundation. Part 3. Mouth cancer accreditation scheme - Nicki Rowland

Aims and objectives:

  • Learn about the Mouth Cancer Accreditation Scheme

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