CPD Masterclass – Diagnosis and Treatment Planning

RACDS understands that your specialised knowledge needs to stay relevant and up-to-date. The RACDS expected commitment to CPD reflects the prestigious expertise associated with Membership and Fellowship of the College.  This equates to having higher expectations from yourself and your peers regarding personal and professional development in your chosen field and communicating this achievement to your patients.

We are pleased to announce the next CPD Masterclass will be delivered online on Saturday 10 July 2021. This Masterclass will be the equivalent of 3 CPD hours. Zoom link will be emailed closer to the date.

Date & Time:
 Saturday 10 July 2021| 9:00am – 12:00pm AEST

Module: Diagnosis and Treatment Planning

Collaborative, holistic and interactive treatment plans are core to best practice dentistry. The diagnosis and treatment planning module emphasises the philosophy of total oral healthcare for patients. Candidates are challenged to consider not only the diagnostic tools they use every day and why they use them but their decision-making process and how that is communicated to patients and other healthcare professionals.


John Boucher graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1978 as First in Graduating Class with First Class Honours.

John has had a career long involvement in dental education and assessment, currently in his 41st year of teaching and examining at the Melbourne Dental School, University of Melbourne. John is a Past President of the Dental Practice Board of Victoria and the Victorian Committee of the Dental Board of Australia. John is a Past President of the Australian Dental Council having been an examiner for the past 25 years.

John is a practising general dentist and an examiner for RACDS. In June 2019  John was recognised with the award of a Member of the Order of Australia.

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Last day to register: 04/07/2021