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Saudi Arabia
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October 06, 2018

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Elnaz Aliakbari DDS, MFDS RCS (Glas), MclinDent (Paeds), PG Cert (Health Research), MpaedDent RCS (Glas)

Home: * ********* *****, ********, *********, SK7 1SP

Work: Paediatric Dentistry clinic, University Dental Hospital of Manchester and Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital

Nationality: British

Contact number: 078********

E-Mail : ac7axe@r.postjobfree.com

Education and Qualifications

Membership in Paediatric Dentistry (MPaed Dent) RCS- Glasgow April 2016

Certificate in Health Research-Diploma ongoing, Leeds University Sep 2014

MFDS (RCS- Glasgow) May 2011

Master of Clinical Dentistry in Paediatrics (MClin Dent), Sep 2010

University of Bristol, UK

Doctorate of Dental Surgery (DDS), University of Isfahan, Iran Sep 2004

Academic distinction and award

Scientific award for research on ‘Oral health and Nutrition‘by the European Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (2016)

Shortlisted for Research prize category by the British Society of Paediatric Dentistry (2015) Merit in Health Research certificate by University of Leeds (2014)

Max Horsnall Award by the British Society of Paediatric Dentistry (2011)

Distinction in Masters Project (2010)

Distinction in under graduate thesis (2004)

Clinical Experience/Employment

March 2017-present

Post-CCST specialty Registrar in Paediatric Dentistry, University Dental Hospital of Manchester and Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital, Manchester, UK

I routinely attend new patient consultant clinics at Manchester Dental Hospital and Children’s Hospital. I also attended multidisciplinary clinics (joint ortho/ peads, joint ortho/paeds/restorative at the Dental Hospital and more specialized clinics such as Epidermolysis Bullossa, Cardiac, Cleft, Haematology, Metabolic and Oncology Clinics at the Children’s Hospital.

I routinely carry out complex treatments under local anaesthesia and inhalation sedation. I carry out restorative care, exodontia, and treatment of caries. I provide extensive and complex aesthetic treatments such as composite veneers and onlays for the patients with dental anomalies such as amelogenesis imperfecta, dentinoogenesis imperfecta and hypodontia. I also carry out prosthetics for children with hypodontia and interceptive orthodontics and interceptive orthodontics using removable appliances. I routinely treat children with complex dento-alveolar injuries including splints, apexification and apexogenesis. I carry out treatment under general anaesthesia on weekly basis where children requiring surgical treatment mainly for the medically compromised patients. I closely work with other medical team to ensure optimal care to my patients. I attend regular clinical governance, theatre (GA) and management meetings and participate in journal club. I also teach undergraduate, postgraduate students and junior registrars regularly by providing lectures, tutorials and seminars and also supervising them on the clinics. I am actively involved in research and audit projects and supervise junior member of staff on their projects as well.

January 2016-present

Specialist in Paediatric Dentistry, Raglan Suite, Harrogate, North Yorkshire, UK

Raglan Suite is a well established private referral practice based in Harrogate dedicated to providing the highest standard of dental treatment and a five star patient experience. I provide all aspect of dental treatments for children including consultation clinic, managing children who are anxious, with dental anomalies, medically compromised and who suffered dental trauma, providing inhalation sedation safely and effectively.

September 2013-Februery 2017

Specialty Registrar and Academic clinical Fellow in Paediatric Dentistry, Leeds Dental Institute (LDI), Leeds, UK

I routinely attended new patient consultant clinics at LDI and Seacroft Hospitals. I also attended multidisciplinary clinics (joint ortho/ peads, joint ortho/paeds/restorative, premolars transplant and trauma clinics.

I routinely carried treatments under local anaesthesia and inhalation sedation. I carried out restorative care, exodontia, and treatment of caries, dental anomalies such as amelogenesis imperfecta, dentinoogenesis imperfecta and hypodontia. I also carried out prosthetics for children with hypodontia and interceptive orthodontics and interceptive orthodontics using removable appliances. I routinely treated children with traumatised teeth including splints, apexification and apexogenesis. I carried out treatment under general anaesthesia on weekly basis where children requiring surgical treatment mainly for the medically compromised patients. I also attended on the oncology ward at Leeds general infirmary to screen the children due to have chemo/radiotherapy and arrange required assessment and treatment. I attended regular clinical governance, theatre (GA) meetings and participate in journal club. I also attended the health research course, master seminars and carry out research and audit.

August 2012-August 2013

SHO in Paediatric Dentistry, Charles Clifford Dental Hospital, Sheffield, UK

As an SHO in Paediatric Dentistry I have gained invaluable experience in the management of complex treatment cases including amelogenesis imperfecta, dentinogensis imperfecta and fluorosis. I have acquired specialist skills in root canal therapy including obturation with mineral trioxide and the thermoplastic obturation systems. I have had the opportunity to use electro-surgery in cases where access has been impaired by gingival overgrowth and investigate suspected tooth fractures with the microscope and I have also performed non vital tooth revascularisation of traumatised central incisors. My posts have enabled me to manage and successfully treat individuals with behavioural issues including anxious and autistic patients. I am also responsible for providing treatment to patients with special needs. My regular inhalation and intravenous sedation sessions enable me to dedicate time to these groups of patients. I am confident in understanding the importance of informed consent and establishing parental responsibility. These issues are significant in child protection cases and serves to highlight the importance of comprehensive record keeping and understanding the role as a clinician in alerting appropriate members of the team.

I carried out treatment under general anaesthetic. My theatre sessions have given me the chance to surgically extract teeth including supernumeraries and expose and bond canines.

I have attended multidisciplinary hypodontia and mixed dentition clinics. This has allowed me to understand the importance of interceptive orthodontics and timely referrals to relevant specialities and appreciate the importance of a multidisciplinary approach.

August 2011-August 2012

SHO in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Queens Medical Centre, Nottingham, UK

In this position, I performed minor dento-alveolar surgery including simple and surgical exodontia under local and general anaesthesia. I also dealt with dental and facial trauma and carry out minor oro-facial surgery including planned biopsies and emergency suturing of lacerations under local, general anaesthesia. I was responsible for acceptance, examination, investigation, diagnosis and treatment planning of patients referred through the emergency department and from dental or medical practitioners.

On-call experience has improved my confidence and efficiency at treating paediatric and adult patients with dento-facial trauma and other emergencies. It has also improved my communication with anxious children, parents and apprehensive adults. I understand the importance of caring for children and their safeguarding. My G.A pre-assessment duties and frequent performance of dental screenings for medically compromised patients have heightened my awareness of relevant medical challenges of such patients. I routinely reviewed patients following surgery and am responsible for discharging such patients when fit. I also assisted in complex oro-facial procedures including orthognathic, tempromandibular, parotid surgery and major cancer cases. I also took part in joint surgical-orthodontic-restorative and pain clinics. I regularly pre-assess medically compromised patients awaiting elective and emergency surgical procedures under general anaesthetic which require constant communication with doctors of other specialities. I also gained further experience in performing dental screening for patients undergoing cardiac surgery, cancer therapy and immunocompromised patients.

November 2010-August 2011

SHO in Paediatric Dentistry, Bristol Dental Hospital, Bristol, UK

In the hospital environment I routinely provided preventive and conservative restorations and minor surgical procedures for children. I have become more focused on behavioural management of anxious patients, the management of medically compromised patients, pre general anaesthetic (GA) assessment, treatment under GA including minor oral surgery and restorations, treatment under Relative Analgesia (RA), management of traumatized teeth, basic and advanced paediatric restorative techniques and managemnet of patients with structural defect of the teeth such as Amelogenesis Imperfecta and Dentinogenesis Imperfecta. I routinely participated in new patient clinics in orthodontics and paediatrics. I also closely observed all stages in the planning and treatmentt of orthognathic cases. My role included initial patient assessments, organising investigations, attending pre-surgical consultations, assisting in surgical procedures, post-operative management and participation in follow-up appointments. I was involved in screening children with cardiac defects at Bristol Children's Hospital and providing dental care for them prior to cardiac operation. Within primary care, I was responsible to plan and complete treatment for adults and children.

October 2007-September 2010

Postgraduate clinician, Bristol Dental Hospital, Bristol, UK

Since starting my course as a postgraduate student in Paediatric Dentistry I have become more focused on behavioural management of anxious patients, preventive and conservative restorations. I have also gained experience in the following techniques:

- Management of dental emergencies

- Pre general anaesthetic (GA) assessment

- Treatment under GA including minor oral surgery and restorations.

-Treatment under Relative Analgesia (RA)

- Preventive Resin Restoration (PRR)

- SSC (both conventional and "Hall" Technique)

- Direct and indirect pulp cap restorations

- Management of traumatized teeth including splints, apexification

- Aesthetic restorations of fractured teeth with composite build up

- Composite veneers, composite build up and porcelain veneers for patients with structural

defect of the teeth such as Amelogenesis Imperfecta and Dentinogenesis

Imperfecta.

- Attending joint orthodontic/paediatric dentistry clinics on a regular basis

December 2004- December 2006

Vocational Trainee, General Dentistry, Urmia Dental Hospital and University, Iran.

Since graduation in 2004 I have gained experience in various branches of dentistry including oral surgery, restorative dentistry, paediatric dentistry and behavioural management of anxious patients.

Research

A systematic review of home-based toothbrushing practices by parents of young children to reduce dental caries

Masters project was to investigate the quality of life, dental and psychosocial needs of patients with Ectodermal Dysplasia. It was entitled: ‘The impact of the dental manifestations of Ectodermal Dysplasia on affected children’.

Undergraduate thesis investigated and compared the antibacterial effectiveness of Irsha anti plaque mouthwash, which contains benzoic acid and sodium fluoride with Chlorhexidine.

Publications in peer review journals

Aliakbari E, Gray-Burrows K, Vinall-Collier K, Marshman Z, McEachan R and Day P. Systematic review of home-based toothbrushing practices by parents of young children to reduce dental caries (submitted to journal of Dentistry).

Gray-Burrows K, Aliakbari E, Marshman Z, McEachan R and Day P. Using intervention mapping to develop a home-based parental supervised toothbrushing intervention for young children. Implementation Science Journal 2016;11(1):1-14.

Aliakbari E, inall-Collier K, Day P,Marshman Z, R McEachan, Douglas G Protocol of Systematic review of home-based toothbrushing practices by parents of young children to reduce dental caries Available from http://www.crd.york.ac.uk/PROSPERO_REBRANDING/display_record.asp?ID=CRD42014009316

Williams L, Kelly J, Aliakbari E, Dewhurst S. Compliance with pre-operative radiographs for childen receiving dental care under general anaethesia. Clinical effectiveness bulletin, International Journal of Paediatric Dentistry 2012; 22 (supp 2): 36-37

Kelly J, Aliakbari E, Williams L, Dewhurst S. The quality of dental general anaesthetic referrals, Clinical effectiveness bulletin, International Journal of Paediatric Dentistry 2012; 22 (supp 2): 29-30

Aliakbari E, Esfahanian V, Messripur M. Comparing the antibacterial effectiveness of Irsha anti plaque mouthwash (contains benzoic acid and sodium fluoride) with Chlorhexidine. Iranain Academy of Periodontology journal 2005; 4: 23-26

Abstracts

Aliakbari E, Gardener C and Barry S. Evaluation of adolescent propofol intravenous sedation service in Manchester Dental Hospital. International Journal of Paediatric Dentistry (IJPD) 2017; 27 (supp 1): 14-14

Aliakbari E, Gray-Burrows K, Marshman Z, McEchan R, Day P. Home-based toothbrushing practices reduce dental caries: a systematic review. EAPD 2016; 17(4):312-312

Aliakbari E, Hollis A, Balmer R. An audit of the quality of joint general anaesthetic referrals. EAPD 2016; 17(4):292-292

Xiarchou E, Aliakbari E, Tahmassebi J. Management of a 7-year-old child with a mandibular arteriovenous malformation. EAPD 2016; 17(4):349-349

Al-Kandari J, Aliakbari E, Tizro A, Duggal M.S. Premature exfoliation of primary teeth in a girl with congenital insensitivity to pain and Papillon Lefevre syndrome. EAPD 2016; 17(4): 351-351

Aliakbari E, Vinall-Collier K, Marshman Z, Day P Systematic review of home-based toothbrushing practices by parents of young children to reduce dental caries. International Journal of Paediatric Dentistry (IJPD) 2015; 25 (supp 1): 3-3

Aliakbari E, Barber S, Spencer J, Barry S, Duggal MS. Auto- transplantation for multidisciplinary management of complex case- A case series. EAPD 2014; 16 (supp 1): 79-80

Batley H, Aliakbari E, Deery CH, Zaitoun H. Quality of root canal treatment provided within the paediatric dentistry clinic. IJPD 2014; 24 (supp 1): 12-12

Aliakbari E, Al-Chihabi M, Rodd H. Disturbance of tooth eruption in boy with craniometaphyseal dysplasia. IJPD 2013, 23 (suppl 2):10-11

Aliakbari E, Zaitoun H. Oral mucosal neuroma presenting in a patient with CLOVE syndrome. IJPD 2013; 23 (supp 1):89-89

Aliakbari E, Waylen A, Kilpatrick N, Crawford P. Children with Ectodermal Dysplasia(ED): Oral Health and quality of life (QoL). EAPD Strasbourg (2012), oral presentation.

Aliakbari E, Waylen A, Kilpatrick N, Crawford P. The impact of the dental manifestations of Ectodermal Dysplasia on affected children. IJPD 2011; 21 (supp 1): 9-9

Presentations

Management of Medically Compromised Patients in Paediatric Dentistry, Arabian Academy of Paediatric Dentistry, Cairo, Egypt (2017), Lecture and oral presentation

Using intervention mapping to develop a home-based parental supervised

toothbrushing intervention for young children, Leeds Children's Hospital Conference, UK, (2016), Oral presentation

Developing a complex intervention to support parents to brush their young children's teeth. British Society of Paediatric Dentistry Meeting, Leeds, UK (2016), Oral presentation

Dental anomalies with rare case of autosomal recessive vitamin D resistant rickets. British Society of Paediatric Dentistry Meeting, Leeds, UK (2016), poster presentation

Home-based toothbrushing practices by parents of young children to reduce dental caries: a systematic review. The 13th EAPD Congress, Belgrade, Serbia (2016), Oral presentation.

An audit of the quality of joint general anaesthetic referrals to paediatric dentistry at Leeds Dental Institute (LDI). The 13th EAPD Congress, Belgrade, Serbia (2016), Oral presentation.

Management of a 7-year-old child with a mandibular arteriovenous malformation. The 13th EAPD Congress, Belgrade, Serbia (2016), Poster presentation.

Premature exfoliation of primary teeth in a girl with congenital insensitivity to pain and Papillon Lefevre syndrome. The 13th EAPD Congress, Belgrade, Serbia (2016), Poster presentation.

Systematic review of home-based toothbrushing practices by parents of young children to reduce dental caries, The 25th International Association of Paediatric Dentistry Congress, Glasgow, UK (2015), oral presentation.

Using intervention mapping to develop a home-based parental supervised toothbrushing intervention for young children. The 11th Annual Scientific Meeting UK Society for Behavioural Medicine, Newcastle (2015), Poster presentation

Quality of root canal treatment provided within the paediatric dentistry clinic, British Society of Paediatric Dentistry Meeting, London, UK (2014), poster presentation

Auto- transplantation for multidisciplinary management of complex case- A case series, The European Academy of Paediatric Dentistry, Sopot, Poland (2014), oral presentation.

Disturbance of tooth eruption in boy with craniometaphyseal dysplasia, British Society of Paediatric Dentistry Meeting, Edinburgh, UK (2013), poster presentation.

Oral mucosal neuroma presenting in a patient with CLOVE syndrome, The 24th International Association of Paediatric Dentistry Congress, Seoul, South Korea (2013), poster presentation.

Dental and oral health related quality of life of children with Ectodermal Dysplasia. The European Academy of Paediatric Dentistry, Strasbourg, France (2012), oral presentation.

The impact of the dental manifestations of Ectodermal Dysplasia on affected children. The 23rd International Association of Paediatric Dentistry Congress, Athens, Greece (2011), oral presentation.

Children with Ectodermal Dysplasia: Oral Health and quality of life. The British Society for Oral and Dental Research Conference, Sheffield (2011), oral presentation.

Comparing the antibacterial effectiveness of Irsha anti plaque mouthwash, which contains benzoic acid and sodium fluoride, with Chlorhexidine, oral presentation at the Annual Conference of Dentistry, Tehran (2005), oral presentation.

Audit/service evaluation

My role as an audit lead involved designing, collecting, analyzing and dissemination the data

A service review of quality of joint general anaesthetic (JGA) of referrals received by paediatric dentistry department at LDI, 2 cycles completed. 3rd cycle is ongoing. (2016).

Assessment of quality of record keeping for the casenotes of patients attending to the paediatric dentistry department at LDI, 2 cycles completed (2014).

An audit on the quality of root canal treatment carried out in the Paediatric Dentistry Department, Charles Clifford Dental Hospital (2013).

Perception of quality of care of patients affected by oro-facial cleft at Nottingham Queens Medical Centre (2012).

Compliance with pre-operative radiographs for childen receiving dental care under general anaethesia at Bristol Dental Hospital (2011).

The quality of dental general anaesthetic referrals at Bristol Dental Hospital (2011).

An audit of dietary, fluoride and tooth brushing advice delivered within paediatric dentistry department at Bristol Dental Hospital (2010).

An audit of completeness of medical history records in Isfahan University Dental Clinic, Iran (2006).

An audit of intervals of calcium hydroxide dressing in traumatized anterior teeth in Isfahan University Dental Clinic, Iran (2004).

Teaching experience

Post-CCST (Senior) specialty Registrar in Paediatric Dentistry, University Dental Hospital of Manchester and Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital, Manchester, UK

As a senior registrar and honorary teaching fellow in Dentistry and lecturer in Paediatric Dentistry, I regularly teach undergraduate, postgraduate students and junior registrars by providing lectures, tutorials and seminars and also supervising them on the clinics. I am actively involved in research and audit projects and supervise junior member of staff on their projects as well.

Specialty Registrar and Academic clinical Fellow in Paediatric Dentistry, Leeds Dental Institute, Leeds, UK

I regularly teach and tutor undergraduate students and postgraduates including students, foundation, core trainees and therapists on weekly basis. I provide lab based and clinical teaching and supervision. I also provide tutorials and lectures on clinical dentistry as well as critical appraisal skills for undergraduates. I also have been examiner of undergraduates and therapist at OSCE and final examinations.

Senior House Officer in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

I taught the medical undergraduate students who attended the Oral and Maxillofacial clinics and wards as part of their rotation. This involved introduction to maxillofacial practices.

I was responsible for assisting with the induction for new senior house officers.

I participated in monthly teaching sessions and journal clubs. I presented and lead discussions on journal papers I had selected that directly impacted upon patient management.

Senior House Officer and MClin Dent in Paediatric Dentistry

I provided clinical teaching and tutorials to dental students at Bristol Dental Hospital and Sheffield Charles Clifford Dental Hospital.

I presented and led discussions at weekly literature review sessions, monthly journal clubs and seminars at Bristol Dental Hospital and Sheffield’s Charles Clifford Dental Hospital.

Vocational Training

I provided clinical teaching to dental therapists in Urmia University, Iran.

Undergraduate

I participated in a scheme teaching children the importance of hygiene and diet in oral health. This involved interactive teaching methods to make learning more interesting.

Management

I regularly treat medically compromised patients. When these children require treatment I have liaised with the relevant medical teams to ensure safe delivery of this treatment.

I attend joint orthodontic-paediatric-restorative clinics for which I prepare pre-clinic presentation to discuss the treatment options

Following the service evaluation I carried out to assess our service provision for joint GA’s, I introduced a referral proforma and pathway to ensure timely and safely management of patients. I also introduced recording mechanism of the joint GA’s which has enabled us as a department to invoice any treatment carried out under joint GA and been paid. Therefore, financially it had very positive impact on our department’s function.

I have been representative of registrars at specialty training committee which requires me to have regular meeting with the trainees and voice their feedback to the specialty committee.

I have been Autotransplantation Clinic Coordinator. In this role I was responsible for organising the multi-disciplinary clinics and pre-clinic meetings with consultants and trainees, ensuring all paediatric and orthodontic records were complete and available, and coordinating orthodontic and paediatric care at the appropriate time.

I have been representative of dental Academic Clinical Fellow (ACF)’s in Leeds. This involved regular discussion with my fellows regarding our research progress, concerns and feedback to our seniors at our main quarterly meetings ‘Inspiring the next generation event’.

I have also been involved in organising dental ‘INSPIRE’ which is an event for undergraduate dental students to expose them to different research opportunities to take as undergraduate and then in life after dental school. I also have been involved in organizing journal clubs to lecture the critical appraisal skills and discuss various research ideas to inspire them.

I have supervised postgraduate students on their presentation at international conferences and been co-author of those presentations

I attend regular clinical governance meetings at Leeds Dental Institute on regular basis

I have attended management sessions with senior registrars in order to discuss various management scenarios

I also have been attending BSPD meetings and been involved in organising BSPD annual meeting held in Leeds in September 2016

Courses attended

Throughout my career I have kept up with continuous professional development and educations and the following are some of the courses and conferences that I have attended:

CMFT trainees’ conference, Manchester, UK, (2017)

Leading through change conference, Manchester, UK(2017),

ArAPD conference, Cairo, Egypt (2017)

Systematic review module of Health Research Diploma (2016)

European Academy of Paediatric Dentistry Conference, Belgrade, Serbia(2016)

Paediatric Dentistry Master Class, Bristol (2015)

Interim seminar of EAPD, Brussels, Belgium (2015)

Joint Restorative/Paediatric study day, Leeds (2015)

Child Protection, response and recognition, Manchester (2014)

Health Research Course, Leeds University, Leeds (2014-2015)

Paediatric Dentistry Master Class, Edinburgh (2014)

Theory and Practice of qualitative research, Leeds University (2013)

British Society of Paediatric Dentistry, Edinburgh, 3 days (2013)

International Association of Paediatric Dentistry, Seoul, South Korea, 4days (2013)

Manual Handling, Sheffield University, 3hours (2013)

Infection Control, Sheffield University, 3hours (2013)

Basic life support, Sheffield University, 3 hours (2012)

European Society of Paediatric Dentistry, Strasbourg, France, 4 days (2012)

Basic life support, Nottingham University, 3 hours (2011)

Manual Handling, Nottingham University, 3hours (2011)

British Society of Paediatric Dentistry, Glasgow, 3 days (2011)

Dentist on the ward, Lincoln, 2 days (2011)

The junior training day in Oral Surgery, Birmingham University, 1 day (2011)

International Association of Paediatric Dentistry, Athens Greece, 3 days (2011)

Adult and Paediatric Basic life support, Defibrilation, Airway and ALS algorithm University Hospitals Bristol NHS Trust, 1day (2011)

Child Protection, Hospitals Bristol NHS Trust, 1day (2011)

Critical Appraisal in Health Care, NHS South West, 1 day( 2010)

Personal Interests and achievements outside dentistry

On a weekly basis I maintain a level of fitness through swimming, running and cycling. I have studied Arabic to A-level and I am able to speak Farsi, Azeri and Turkish fluently. I do photography regularly in my spare time and have won a photo of nature prize in Iran (2004). I enjoy cooking and baking and regularly participate in charity bake sale events to raise money for charity. I was a member of my university’s dancing and running clubs and completed four half-marathons and the London marathon to raise money for Médecins Sans Frontières charity.

Referees

Professor Monty Duggal

Consultant and Head of Paediatric Dentistry

Child Dental Health

Leeds Dental Institute

Leeds

LS2 9LU

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Telephone: 011*-***-****/ 6138

Dr Jinous Tahmassebi

Associate Professor in Paediatric Dentistry

Child Dental Health

Leeds Dental Institute

Leeds

LS2 9LU

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