Dental Professionals Conference: Edinburgh 27th-28th September 2019
This year’s Dental Professionals Conference will be held in the historic and beautiful city of Edinburgh on the 27th and 28th of September 2019. Taking place in the Holiday Inn hotel – situated next door to Edinburgh Zoo and within a short bus ride to the city centre – the conference offers a packed two days of speakers offering up to 10 hours of verifiable CPD.
Conference organiser Andrea Johnson enthused: “I am very excited about our conference again this year, not only because of the venue but also because we have such a fabulous range of speakers covering a whole host of topics designed to interest the entire team. And that's before you include the incredibly fun networking/social events in the evenings.
“This year the conference will be hosted at the Holiday Inn in the incredibly beautiful city of Edinburgh. The hotel is easily accessible from the airport or the main railway stations, and within easy reach of the city’s wonderful tourist attractions.”
Confirmed conference speakers so far include: Jane Lelean, Alison Wardropper, Jennifer Alexander, Grzegorz Piątkowski, Rowland Gardner, Guido Pedroli, George Antonoplous, Sean Ward, James Green, Daniel Shaw, Ramin Dalili, Lesley Sharp, Magnus Underhay, Emma Riley, Neil Nairn, and Andrea Johnson herself, with more to be announced.
Andrea concluded: “This year our speakers will be covering a variety of topics to include thermoforming, digital technologies, medical emergencies, characterisation of stock teeth, maxillofacial topics, communication, TADs and more, with other lectures and subjects to be confirmed.
“A first this year will see the OTA help out those who would love to come but have to self-fund. in 2019 we will be happy to take payments via instalments, and this can be done via cheque, BACs and now PayPal.”
For all the latest and most up-to-date information, including booking details and payment plans – and to view the full conference programme – go to the OTA’s website at https://ota-uk.org/ or visit www.sbdn.org.uk/.