24 days, 12 cities, from perio to profitability – BDA launches new Member Series seminar days
This year the BDA is going on tour and bringing the experts to its members with a new series of 24 seminar days taking place around the UK from April to December. Exclusively for BDA members the Member Series covers both key clinical topics, including tooth wear, paediatric dentistry, older dentition and periodontal disease; and business effectiveness – with seminars focusing on running a profitable practice and achieving high performance.
Speakers at the events will range from BDA practice management experts to renowned clinicians and leading practitioners including
• Paul Anderson, Professor of Oral Biology, Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry;
• David Bartlett, Head of Prosthodontics and Graduate training, Kings College London Dental Institute;
• Iain Chapple, Professor of Periodontology and Head of the School of Dentistry at the University of Birmingham;
• Tony Preston, Senior Clinical Lecturer / Consultant in Restorative Dentistry, Liverpool University Dental Hospital;
• Alun Rees, Dental business coach and experienced dental practitioner; and
• Helen Rodd, Professor/Honorary Consultant in Paediatric Dentistry, University of Sheffield.
BDA Extra and Expert members can attend any two days of their choice for free. BDA Essential members can also attend at a day rate. Each day offers attendees 5-6 hours of CPD. Registration is now open and a full list of what’s on offer can be viewed online, visit https://www.bda.org/events/member-series.
BDA Chief Executive Peter Ward said: “We know that pressures on dentists in the modern world are significant, whether keeping up to date clinically, satisfying regulatory requirements or making sure the sums add up in the practice. So, we have designed this series of educational events that are travelling around the UK to help our members not just meet those challenges but go beyond them.
“We are committed to offering informative and high-quality content to our members wherever they are in the UK. We think that the best combination is to attend at least one of the clinical and one of the business seminars. That way you can adopt modern clinical practices and make sure that the returns on that clinical activity are maximised. We look forward to seeing you there.”