In this episode, we welcome the industry insight of Paul Palmer. Paul covers his successful work in academia while juggling Guys Hospital, consultancy and private practice as well as explaining how he spots the potential in promising students. Paul also covers the evolution of his experience from dealing with failed implants to selecting the right patients and what happens when routine cases spiral into court cases. Enjoy! “At the end of the day, you've got to be able to be confident in your own ability and working within your own ability. That is what we try and instil in our students and the people we work with. Because once you lose that insight, life gets difficult and dangerous for all of us.” Paul Palmer In This Episode 01.15 - The Fur Trade Legacy 05.20 - Paul’s Introduction to Implants 12.26 - Dealing with Failure 19.17 - Spiralling Cases 26:44 - Advice for Young Implantologists 31:34 - Spotting Talent 37:24 - Efficacy in Procedures 49:36 - Balancing Workload 55:26 - Zygomatic Implants 57:31 - Legacy & Last Day on Earth About Paul Palmer Paul graduated with his BDS from the London Dental Hospital in 1986. From there, he gained his MSc in Periodontology at UMDS Guys Hospital and has since been working in part-time private periodontal practice. He has a membership in Restorative Dentistry from the Royal College of Surgeons of England. He is an examiner for the Diploma in Implant Dentistry for the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and was on the Specialist Advisory Board for the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh. He currently provides implant treatment for complex cases and teaches implant dentistry to post-grad students. Having worked with various implant systems, he lectures nationally and internationally on the topic. Paul has a particular interest in bone augmentation and non-invasive sinus grafting techniques.
Dunne Deal Ep. 42: Bruce Arians, Temple Bay Buccaneers and John Chaney w/ Paul Palmer
It's S*per B*wl week and there's a flock of Temple Owls with a lot of say in Sunday's game. College Football Hall of Famer Paul Palmer joins the show to discuss memories with Bruce Arians, Todd Bowles and each of the members of Tampa Bay Buccaneers coaching staff with whom he was at Temple with. Additionally, the interview starts with remarks from Palmer about the passing of iconic Temple Men's Basketball head coach John Chaney. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
How to Successfully Deal With Deviations [Paul Palmer]
The Qualitalks Podcast
GMP Professionals have to deal with deviations daily, and one must admit that it is not the best part of the day. However, deviations are a crucial part of the QMS, and one has to deal with them with care. Not doing so can get you in trouble with regulators very quickly. In this podcast episode, Yan Kugel interviewed Paul Palmer on how to deal successfully with deviations. Here are some of the covered topics: 💡What Types of Deviations Are There? 💡What Is the Best Process to Deal With Deviations? 💡This Is the Worst Way to Retrain Personnel 💡Here Is Why It's Important to Update SOPs 💡What is the best way to approach deviations? Watch the full video episode on podcast.qualistery.com Learn how to handle deviations effectively by attending our virtual live Master Class: Managing Deviations From A to Z
How to Prepare Well for Regulatory Audits [Paul Palmer]
The Qualitalks Podcast
Quality indeed means doing it right when no one is looking. However, preparing well for a regulatory audit is a vital task. A good preparation may turn the tides around and save you from critical findings. In this episode, I've interviewed Paul Palmer on how to prepare correctly for a regulatory audit. Paul has been in the Pharmaceutical industry since 1986. He is a QP, a consultant, and a business advisor. Here are some of the things, that you will learn about in the podcast: 💡 The Benefits of Preparing Well for an Audit 💡 Who Is Fit to Speak During an Audit? 💡 Tips on How to Use Gap Analysis for an Audit Preparation 💡 The Roles of the Audit Support Squad 💡 How to Prepare Your Warehouses for an Inspection 💡 Why Even the Finance Department Should Know GMP 💡 How to Choose and Prepare Subject Matter Experts When You Are Audited Watch the video episode on podcast.qualistery.com
Essential Time Management Tips for Pharma [Paul Palmer]
The Qualitalks Podcast
Proper time management is essential for every worker in the pharmaceutical industry because many of the processes have strict deadlines. Not finishing tasks on time may lead to non-compliance. In this episode, Yan Kugel talked to Paul Palmer about time management tools and methods, which can help people complete their tasks much more efficiently and promptly. Watch the video on www.qualistery.com from May 18th.
In this interview, Doug Clay talks with Paul Palmer, founder and leader of Atlanta Dream Center. They discuss the ministry and community impact in Atlanta Georgia. For more information about the Atlanta Dream Center or to connect with Paul, visit: https://atldreamcenter.org/.
Paul Palmer and I talked about the quality assurance (QA) and Quality Control (QC) philosophy in organizations. Many companies don't get it right, and it costs them in compliance, time, and money. But it is not too late for any company to change that. In the podcast/article, you will learn: What QA philosophy is What benefits QA philosophy holds How to implement the QA Philosophy across the organization What mistakes to avoid when looking at trend analysis Why and how to choose consultants to support you
04: Hospitality in our Community - Paul Palmer, Ellie Smith...
Hospitality in our Community
In this episode, we cover: Steve Old and Nick Roney sit down to talk about what’s been happening in the industry, recapping the last few weeks at the THA. After having a chat to Merv Saltmarsh and Steven Long from the the THA, Oldie (and Roney) both travel down to the Huon area, speaking to a long list of people: Paul Palmer (President of NT Hospitality Association) Ellie Smith (Willie Smith’s) Lisa Freestone (Willie Smith’s) Kate Marsden (Willie Smith’s) Georgie Roland (Manager of the Grand Hotel) Joanna Jablonka (Manager of Kermandie Waterfront Hotel) Brendan Cashman (VIC/TAS State manager, TABCORP) ============== The THA's podcast 'Hospitality in our Community' is proudly sponsored by Tabcorp.