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Nerve Injury Patient Workshops

Patient days and workshops are designed to help patients share their burden and to develop group cognitive behavioural therapy for trigeminal nerve injuries. We aim to have 10-12 patients attend these sessions at Kings College Hospital. You have to be consulted first before we can book you onto these patient days.
 

The day format includes

 

Welcome coffee and tea on arrival

 

10.30 Introductions and aims and objectives of the day

 

10.45 Talk on nerve injuries (T Renton) link to lecture

 

11.15 Talk on the potential role of speech therapy for nerve injury patients (Hayley) link to lecture

 

11.45 Comfort break 

 

12.00 Talk chronic (neuropathic) pain (T Renton) link to lecture

 

12.30  What is the Role of psychiatry for patients with nerve injuries (Lisa Page) link to lecture

 

1.30 Lunch

 

2.15 Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Trigeminal nerve injuries (Sarah Barker) 

 

3pm Complaining in the NHS (Cathy Bryant link to lecture)

 

3.30 Returning to routine dentistry for patients with nerve injuries (Leigh Ann Morgan)

 

4-5pm SB led patient discussion

 

We have had very positive feedback from patients attending these days

 

Past workshops
  • Complaints NHS 01

  • Description:

    Complaints within the NHS
  • Cathy Bryant, Consultant Oral Surgeon KIngs College Hospital
  • Lingual nerve and inferior alveolar injury following oral surgery


  • The consequences of nerve injury


  • Orofacial pain: Diagnosis and management
    By Tara Renton


  • Happiness is quiet nerves
    By Tara Renton