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Bjarne Iversen CV


1980-1985 University of Oslo ,Embedseksamen/ Cand. odont/ DDS
1980/1985 Boot camp and officer training  (GSU/GOU)
Naval diving medicine course ,Håkonsvern
Infusion and emergency medicine course FSAN
1986 Emergency medicine course FSAN
1987 UNIFIL officer training course for international operations
1988-90 Post doc courses , New York University, 4 weeks,
Implantolgy, oral surgery and periodontology
1988-90 Several implant courses IMZ-Friatec & ASTRA etc.
1994 Board certified fellow-International Congress Oral
Implantology( www.icoi.org)
Fellowship Requirements:
Provide a listing of twenty (20) completed implant cases* all of which must be at least 12 months old. Fully document five (5) of these cases on ICOI’s Case Documentation Form for Fellowship Candidates and submit with the application. (See form for instructions).
*Candidates who restore and place implants:
Please provide a listing of ten (10) successfully completed implant cases (surgery and restoration) all of which must be at least 12 months old.
Practitioner candidates: copies of pre-operative and post-operative x-rays are the minimum requirement for case documentation.
Laboratory technician candidates: photographs or slides of completed cases on master casts or intra-orally are the minimum requirement for case documentation.
Provide documentation of completion of seventy-five (75) hours or more of implant education (either attending in person or completing courses on-line) in the preceding five (5) years.
Provide a letter of recommendation from a current ICOI Fellow, IPS Master, ICOI Diplomate or member of ICOI's Advanced Credentials Committee.
Submit a current Curriculum Vitae.
Fellowship Maintenance Requirements:

All ICOI Fellows must maintain their membership in good standing and must attend at least one ICOI/IPS sponsored or co-sponsored meeting every three (3) years.
All ICOI Fellows must also accumulate seventy-five (75) hours or more of "implant education" within five (5) years after becoming an ICOI Fellow. These hours may be fulfilled through:
Attendance at implant symposia or completion of on-line courses.
Implant lectures, seminars or table clinics. Each lecture, seminar or table clinic given at ICOI or IPS sponsored or co-sponsored symposia will be credited on a 4:1 ratio (i.e. a two hour lecture will generate 8 hours of CE). A 2:1 ratio will be used for all non-ICOI programs.
Published implant articles in recognized journals. Each article and/or case report published in an ICOI publication, Implant Dentistry and/or the International Magazine of Oral Implantology , will be credited 20 hours of CE. Each implant published article in a recognized journal will be credited 10 hours of CE.

1994 Post doc education- Sedation and pain control
Helsohøgskolen Jønkøping, Sweden-7 points/weeks

1994 Post doc course and exam, Prof. Pindborg course in Oral Patology in Copenhagen.

1996-1997 Post graduate education. NYU/Brookdale hosp.
1-year implant program
www.dentalimplantcourse.com
Written exam implantology
First scandinavian doctor to attend and complete this program.


1997 Board certified Diplomate International Congress Oral
Implantology( www.icoi.org) Surgery & prostodontic
There are only 3 doctors in Norway with the highest credidentials Fellowship and Diplomate.

ICOI Diplomate:
Pre-requisite: Active ICOI Fellowship or IPS Mastership
Who can apply: All members who place or restore implants.

Diplomate Requirements:

Provide a listing of sixty (60) completed implant cases.
Candidates who place implants: Your cases must include two hundred (200) or more individual implants or ancillary procedures all of which must be at least one (1) year old.
Candidates who restore implants: Your cases must include restoration of one hundred (100) or more implants all of which must be at least one (1) year old.
Candidates who restore and place implants: Your cases must include seventy-five (75) or more individual implants or ancillary procedures with restorations all of which must be at least one (1) year old.
Please record the required cases for credentials on the ICOI Case Documentation Form for Diplomate Candidates.
Document twenty (20) cases and submit with the application. The twenty cases should be detailed individually on ICOI’s form as follows:
Ten (10) cases should be at least five years old and show some diversity in implant selection or ancillary procedures, restorative design and\or materials.
Ten (10) cases should be of an advanced nature such as treatment of narrow or shallow ridges or utilizing advanced restorative procedures and techniques.
Copies of pre-operative and post-operative x-rays are the minimum requirement for case documentation. Additional documentation may include patient slides or photographs, CT scans, pre-operative evaluation and planning forms, treatment consent forms, etc. to further detail a case. All materials may be submitted digitally.
The committee will choose two (2) of the submitted cases that have been in function at least three (3) years and ask the candidate to bring those two cases as well as one recently completed complex case to the oral interview. At the oral interview, these three cases will be discussed. Please bring only these three complete case files to your interview.
Provide documentation of at least one hundred and fifty (150) continuing implant education hours in the preceding five (5) years (either attending in person or completing courses on-line). These hours may also be attained by teaching courses or seminars or by giving lectures and table clinics using a 4:1 ratio at any ICOI or IPS sponsored or co-sponsored symposia. (i.e. two hour lecture equals 8 hours of CE) or a 2:1 ratio for all non-ICOI symposia.
Submit evidence of having completed one of the following:
Authored or co-authored at least three (3) articles or case reports on implant dentistry. One (1) of which must have been submitted or published in one of ICOI’s publications, Implant Dentistry or the International Magazine of Oral Implantology (IMOI).
or
Presented at least three (3) lectures, table clinics or poster presentations at implant meetings within the last five (5) years. One (1) of which must have been at an ICOI or IPS symposium.
Provide two (2) letters of recommendation from two (2) ICOI Diplomates or members of ICOI's Advanced Credentials Committee attesting to your knowledge of implant prosthodontics and/or implant surgery.
Submit a current Curriculum Vitae.
Participate in a regional ICOI Diplomate examination. These will be offered during all ICOI sponsored or co-sponsored symposia. Once your application has been received, a suggested reading list and/or study guide will be provided. Examinations will be both in written and oral interview formats with three (3) examiners from ICOI’s Advanced Credentialing Committee or ICOI Diplomates.
Diplomate Maintenance Requirements:

All ICOI Diplomates must maintain their membership in good standing and must attend at least one ICOI/IPS sponsored or co-sponsored meeting every three (3) years.
All ICOI Diplomates must also accumulate one hundred fifty (150) hours or more of "implant education" within five (5) years after becoming an ICOI Diplomate. These hours may be fulfilled through:
Attendance at implant symposia or completion of on-line courses.
Implant lectures, seminars or table clinics. Each lecture, seminar or table clinic given at ICOI or IPS sponsored or co-sponsored symposia will be credited on a 4:1 ratio (i.e. a two hour lecture will generate 8 hours of CE). A 2:1 ratio will be used for all non-ICOI programs.
Published implant articles in recognized journals. Each article and/or case report published in an ICOI publication, Implant Dentistry and/or the International Magazine of Oral Implantology , will be credited 20 hours of CE. Each implant published article in a recognized journal will be credited 10 hours of CE.




1997 Forensic medicine course- Norwegian army
1998 American academy cosmetic dentistry-
2 week program:
Building the ulitimate Cosmetic practice
1999 Associate fellow American Academy Oral Implantology
Oral and case exam( www.aaid.com)
2000-2008
Attended courses and congresses in implantology
and cosmetic dentistry in Europe and USA.
2005 Lecturer Baltic Compass, Kaunas,Lituania

1985-1990
Military doctor/ Dental officer
1987-1988
UN Norbatt XX- Dental officer
1988-2009 PC-Private clinic

Member:

NTF

AAID

ICOI










Private interests; Motorbikes and classic cars including performing restoration work .
Also interested in psychology , behavior science, travelling , reading, music and foreign cultures.

Interested in military history and activity.

Board member of NVIO(Tromsø) .Family and veteran wellfare officer.

Board member of NROF(Tromsø)

Captain and leader og Hålogaland Garnisons Compagnie (Veteran company)

 

 

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