Archive – Study Days

All Wales Special Interest Group  hosts a Study Day every autumn, ,usually  in Llandrindod Wells, Powys, covering topics of relevance to disability and oral health

The annual SIG Study Day for the dental team has covered specific areas such as stroke, dementia, brain injury,  mental health problems, dentistry and the digital world


Study Day 2017 – A joint event held with the British Society of Gerodontology

‘Improving Mouth Care for Older People in Care Homes- Part 1’      June 9th 2017

The presentations from the day are available Here (via the BSG website)


2015 Study Day : :Filling the Void’ : Homelessness & the vulnerable adult

The day  covered themes around oral health and  substance misuse, homelessness,

mental ill  health prisoners and users of secure units.

2015 Study Day Programme


2013 Study Day The All Wales Special Interest Group  joined with the   BDA Community Dental       Services Group two day conference in Cardiff in October
‘ The Middle Ages’: Oral care through adolescence and beyond……

Links to material /presentations as  available will be posted in our Study Day Archive page

2012 Study  Day: The popular annual study day returned In October 2012 to its home in The Pavilion,  Llandrindod Wells in mid Wales.A busy morning and afternoon session saw a spectrum of topics  covering  topics around the digital age …..and the impact and implications for how special care dentistry, and disability and oral health:

Apps and Tips, Twitters and Tweets What  to know, what to understand , and how to use…….”




The 2011 Study Day was  a special joint event with the British Society of Gerondontology, and thus the usual mid -Wales location  transferred to the Celtic Manor Hotel & Conference Centre in Newport, south Wales.






Study Day 2010
Oral Healthcare & the challenge of people with Learning Disabilities

study-day-programme4 Presentation – SIP



Study Day 2009

– The Medical Maze

Programme Presentations/Downloads   

Where relevant, copies of other presentations are not available for direct download due to copyright restriction. Material is available on request to the SIG secretary / site administrator