Return to face-to-face Fellowship examinations at RCSI

Faculty of Dentistry team for the Fellowship Examinations held at RCSI, November 24-26, 2021. From left: Prof. Gerry Kearns; Dr Kate Farrell; Dr Kumara Ekanayake; Prof. John Walsh; Dr Jamal Al-Abdulla; Dr Richeal Ni Riordain; Mr Sean Sheridan; Prof. Chris Lynch; Prof. Albert Leung; Dr John Ed O’Connell; Dr Amanda Willis; Dr PJ Byrne; Dr Conor Bowe; Dr John Marley; Dr Eiad Qudairat; and, Dr Mary Collins.

The Faculty of Dentistry at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) successfully completed a face-to-face diet of the Fellowship of the Faculty of Dentistry (FFD) examinations from November 24-26, 2021.
On this occasion, the FFD examination included a combination of both online and face-to-face components. The online component of the examination was conducted remotely in late October 2021.
This is the second successfully completed face-to-face diet of the FFD examinations to take place at the RCSI during 2021, with an entirely face-to-face diet previously held in September.
The Fellowship Examination represents the pinnacle of success and achievement for dentists, and marks the culmination of specialist and advanced training in selected fields of dentistry.