Speaker: Dr Alison Dougall, Dublin Dental University Hospital, Ireland
Dr. Dougall has recently been elected as a member of the Medical Advisory Board of the World Federation of Haemophilia with responsibly for oral health and has been invited to be part of the working party advising on the European Principles of Care for people with haemophilia. Dr Dougall is the past president of the Irish Society of Disability and Oral Health and the Editor of the International Association for Disability and Oral Health. She is on the Academic Reference Panel for the Department of Health advising on the new Oral Health Policy for Ireland.
Dr. Dougall is also an Academic and Clinical Consultant in Special Care Dentistry at the Dublin Dental University Hospital. She is involved in the teaching and training of dentists at Dublin University Hospital at undergraduate, postgraduate and doctorate level, and she is chair of the Clinical Audit Committee.
As part of her role at DDUH she provides consultant-led dental clinics within St Vincent’s University Hospital and St James’s Hospital.