Another successful Study Club!

It was another great evening at the practice on Wednesday as our Director, Dr. Neil Wilson, held his first Study Club at our new practice.
We had a full-house for the topic of “Contemporary Crown and Bridge Work for General Practice” and the feedback from all was excellent. Part of our philosophy at Central England Specialist Referral Centre is that we can all benefit from greater learning when we share our experiences. We’ll regularly hold these evenings and it’s great to get such good feedback from the group when we do.
A big thank you to all who attended and to Sabrina and Sasha for helping to host on the night – not only that but they have donated their wages from the evening to our selected charity Breaking The Silence. Excellent effort!
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Due to the popularity of the evening we are repeating the topic next Wednesday. The session is already full but you can email the practice to be placed on a waiting list.
We’ll leave you with what people enjoyed most from the evening…
“Honesty, experience, warmth and informative.”
“Always good to listen to Neil as he shares good and bad clinical cases.”
“Neil’s wonderful and clear presentation (and quality food!)”
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Testimonials

“After feeling very anxious prior to my appointment, I left CESRC feeling much happier and in very safe and competent hands. Every member of the team that I came into contact with were kind, reassuring and helpful. The experience of the team was obvious from the word go and I would highly recommend this practice! Thank you!”

E. Richards

“Another great CPD evening on occlusion last week. Keep up with the study club programme as it is a great opportunity for us GDPs to stay up to date and meet other colleagues in the profession.”

O. Hinton

“Excellent, knowledgeable team.”

C. Bradley

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