BDA Conference & Exhibition 2017

British Dental Conference and Exhibition 2017

Thursday 25 – Saturday 27 May | Manchester Central

Where the dental world meets – an unmissable event in the UK dentistry calendar, attracting over 4,500 dental professionals across the three days.

The conference programme is designed by dentists for dentists and their teams, giving you the dental knowledge and insights you need.

Why attend?

  • Over 160 Conference and Exhibition sessions
  • 140+ leading visionaries, thinkers and experts under one roof
  • The chance to earn verifiable CPD – including the GDC’s recommended subjects, network with your peers and learn about the latest innovations and technologies at our exhibition
  • Dedicated sessions for Dental Nurses in the Professional development theatre

Find out more: click here

How to register your place: click here

Prices for DCPs:

  • 1 day conference pass – £95
  • 3 day conference pass – £160
  • Exhibition pass – free entrance (but attendees need to register)

To boo​k your place to the British Dental Conference and Exhibition 2017 please register online – click here

The free Exhibition provides an opportunity to meet leading suppliers and earn verifiable CPD.

Find out more about our Exhibition – click here

Exhibition learning zones – earn verifiable CPD in our learning zones in the Exhibition hall.​

Professional development theatre – ideal for the whole den​​​tal team.

  • Free 30-minute sessions
  • 18 sessions taking place over the three days
  • ​Sessions will feature on: safeguarding, whitening, oral cancer, infection control, complaint handling and more.

Some of the sessions available:

Thursday 25 May

You don’t have to be in charge to be a successful leader – leadership for everyone
Donna Bradshaw

Safeguarding – your responsibilities as dental professionals (Core CPD)
Exhibition hall, Joanna Nicolas

Practical tips and demonstration of dental implant restoration
Exhibition hall, Pareet Shah

Friday 26 May

11:00 – 11:30 – The role of the dental nurse in providing prevention in practice-based clinics and the wider community

Jane Dalgarno, President, British Association of Dental Nurses

Learning objectives:

  • Explanation of the causes of poor oral health
  • Discuss the need and evolution of dental nurse led clinics
  • Describe the role of the dental nurse in providing prevention in practice based clinics and the wider community
  • Discuss the future for dental nurses providing prevention within the dental team.

Hosted by: British Association of Dental Nurses (BADN)

Dental medical emergencies: accessibility, paediatric and bariatric  (Core CPD)
Exhibition hall, Peter Whiteford

Extended duties for DCPs
Exhibition hall, Bev Littlemore

Saturday 27 May

Record keeping – NHS, CQC and GDC requirements (Core CPD)
Richard Birkin

A team approach to dental radiography and radiation protection (Core CPD)
Exhibition hall, Graham Hart

Dental medical emergencies: anaphylaxis in the dental setting (Core CPD)
Exhibition hall, Peter Whiteford

The role of the team in the diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of oral cancer patients
(Core CPD)
Exhibition hall, Andrew Baldwin