Mr Stephen Chadwick (FDS, RCSEdin., MSc, M.Orth RCS, FDS (Orth), RCSEdin., PGCertTL., MA Clinical Education.) - personal details
Role: Programme Lead/Consultant of Orthodontics
Tel: +44 (0)161 275 6620
Fax: +44 (0) 161 275 6794
After graduation, Steve had his House Officer training at the Liverpool Dental Hospital. He then moved to Withington and Chester to complete his Senior House Officer training.
In 1991 he became a Registrar in Orthodontics in the Department of Child Dental Health at the Newcastle Dental Hospital. Subsequently he spent his Senior Registrar years at Blackburn Royal Infirmary, Burnley General Hospital and Manchester University Dental Hospital completing his training in 1997.
In 1997 became a Consultant Orthodontist at the hospitals where he spent his Senior Registrar years moving to Countess of Chester in 1999. Steve continued his consultant post at the Manchester University Dental Hospital.
Steve Chadwick completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Liverpool in 1987 when he was awarded the degree of Bachelor in Dental Surgery. He went on to do a Masters degree at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne and graduated in 1993 with a Master of Science in Dentistry (Orthodontics).
Steve also holds the Fellowship in Dental Surgery from the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh (1990), Membership in Orthodontics M.Orth RCS from the Royal College of Surgeons of England (1994), Postgraduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning from the University of Liverpool and Chester College (2001) and an MA in Clinical Education from the University of Lancaster.
Steve has acted as examiner at the M.Orth and MFDS in Edinburgh. He has also been examinar at the IMOrth in London.
Steve was appointed academic programme lead for postgraduate orthodontic education at the University of Manchester in September 2007. This post has responsibility for selection and recruitment of orthodontic trainees from outside the UK, the development of the teaching and learning strategy, role of problem based learning and organisation of the postgraduate course.