25 January Introduction to Occlusion Feedback Feedback Form for Introduction to Occlusion TheoryGenerating Your CPD CertificateYour CPD certificate will be generated from the data you enter in these fields. Please make correct use of upper and lowercase to ensure your name displays correctly. Your certificate will be available once you have completed your feedback.Name*As you wish it to be displayed on your certificate. First Last GDC Registration Number*EmailPlease enter your email here ONLY if you would like your CPD certificate emailed directly to you. Your FeedbackThe next sections of the feedback form will be collated anonymously. Please give your feedback on these aims & objectives: The British Society for Occlusal Studies will provide an all-day seminar to enable practitioners to develop their understanding and management of headache cases, thereby developing a new area of patient care within their practice. This will focus on an understanding of the basic principles of occlusion, the function of the stablise and dynamic anatomy of the TMJ and associated musculature and the concept of tooth wear and the factors that affect it. Specified learning outcomes for this course are: Attendees will be able to describe the functional movement of the mandible. Attendees will be able to identify when parafunction is a factor in tooth loss Attendees will be able to plan when to utilise further investigation and treatment options based on basic principles of occlusion. 1 Star - Not Achieved 5 Star - Achieved WellPlease give your feedback on these specific areas:*Very PoorPoorSatisfactoryGoodVery GoodSuitability of FacilitiesCateringEvent OrganisationLength of the courseAssessment of Dr. Laurence Murray's presentation:*Very PoorPoorSatisfactoryGoodVery GoodSpeaker / TutorContentPresentationWere the aims and objectives met?*yesnopartiallyThe course helped to understand the subject better.*achieved welladaquately achievedmoderately achievedbarely achievednot achievedDo you have any ideas/suggestions for future courses?Where did you first hear about this course?*colleague / frienddental pressfacebookwebsitegoogle searchotherIf you selected other, please state:If you selected colleague/friend, can you tell us who?This is purely so we can thank them!What did we do well?How could we improve?Other comments This iframe contains the logic required to handle Ajax powered Gravity Forms.