THE TRAINING PROVIDERS
DR STUART ELLIS
BDS FDSRCS(Eng) FFGDP(UK) DPDS MSC LLM
Stuart qualified in 1990 and started his career in dental implantology within the maxillofacial units of The Ulster Hospital (Belfast) and St Thomas' Hospital (London). He has spent 10 years as a Royal College Examiner, in the MFGDP and MJDF examinations. 7 of these years were spent as a Chief Examiner.
Stuart is the Clinical Director of Cavendish House Implant Centre and the Director of the Cambridge Academy of Dental Implantology.
Stuart has a Masters Degree in Law and acts as an Expert Witness and has now worked on over 400 cases. He is an expert advisor to the GDC's Professional Conduct Committee.
Stuart has been placing dental implants for over 20 years and has lectured widely on the subject. He runs the Academy's EduQual accredited Level 7 PGCert and PGDip programs. He has now trained over 1,000 dentists in the field of dental implantology.
DR DAVINA PAWAROO
MB CHB MRCP FRCR
Consultant Head & Neck Radiologist
Davina is a Consultant Radiologist at Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital. Her area of speciality is Head and Neck Radiology. Davina reports on Oral and Maxillofacial radiology and is an Associate Training Programme Director at the Norfolk Radiology Academy, which provides FRCS training to radiologists.
Davina provides the training in CBCT interpretation and reporting on the Level 2 course.
CRADP MSRP BED DCR(R) FETC CERT CLINTEACH
Radiation Protection Adviser
Steve originally trained as a diagnostic radiographer (qualifying in 1980) and worked at the Norfolk and Norwich and other hospitals in that role until 2002. During that time he became a clinical teacher in the school of radiography at the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital, and joined the staff at the Suffolk College, Ipswich, when the two schools amalgamated to provide the radiography degree qualification. His interest in radiation developed during this period, where he was encouraged to go back to University and became a fully certificated Radiation Protection Advisor in 2005 to allow him to work independently as a Chartered Radiation Protection Professional and educator within this field