Douglas Goodwin

Part time Clinical Lecturer in Restorative Dentistry

School of Dentistry

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Research Theme

Learning & Scholarship

I qualified from Cardiff Dental School in 1984. After a few hospital positions I entered General Dental Practice and have been running my own mainly NHS dental practice for over 25 years.

I obtained my Diploma in General Dental Practice from the Royal College of Surgeons in 1997.

I have previously been a Vocational Trainer in General Practice and have been working as a part time Clinical Lecturer in Restorative Dentistry since 1996.

Education and Qualification

1984  BDS (Wales)  Bachelor of Dental Surgery, Welsh National School of Medicine, Cardiff

1997  DGDP(UK)     Diploma in General Dental Practice, Royal College of Surgeons, London

Career Overview

1984-1985        House Officer positions in General Duties and Oral / Maxillofacial Surgery, UHW and CRI, Cardiff

1985-1991        Associate Dentist in General Dental Practice

1991-present    Practice Owner / Principal Dentist in General Dental Practice

1993                Part time Educational Clinical Assistant in Oral Surgery, Cardiff Dental School

1994                Part time Educational Clinical Assistant in Conservative Dentistry, Cardiff Dental School

1994-1996       Part time Staff Grade Dentist in Conservative Dentistry, Cardiff Dental School

1996-present   Part time Clinical Lecturer in Restorative Dentistry, Cardiff University Dental School

Honours and awards

Awarded the Wystan Peach prize in Conservative Dentistry, final year Dental Student

Professional memberships

General Dental Council (Registration Nos 59045)

British Dental Association

Elected member of Gwent Local Dental Committee for over 20 years

Faculty of General Dental Practitioners (UK) of the Royal College of Surgeons, England

Dental Protection

South Wales Independent Practitioners Group

Cardiff Dental Alumni Association

My sessions in the department involve the clinical chairside supervision and teaching of undergraduate dental students in all aspects of Restorative Dentistry.

I participate in other aspects of student teaching including Local Anaesthesia Symposium, Clinical Activity Mentoring and Monitoring Sessions (CAMMS) and Multiple Mini Interviews (MMIs) for prospective dental students.

I have a particular interest in teaching and preparing the students for a future career in General Dental Practice.