New date: Friday 11 and Saturday 12 September 2020 - NEC, Birmingham
To register go to the main CloserStill Media site www.thedentistryshow.co.uk
For all queries relating to attendance at the 2020 show please contact CloserStill Media
CPD certificates for 2019 and 2018
CPD certificates from 2018 and 2019 are available on the CPD portal here:
Access your CPD Certificates on our CPD portal
BDA members and registered website users
If you are a BDA member or registered website user, please log into the CPD portal with your website username name (your email address) and password.
If you do not know your username please contact
email@example.com. If you do not know your password, reset your password here.
IMPORTANT: If you change your username or password, please allow 10-15 minutes for the systems to sync.
Non-members and non-registered website users
If you are not a BDA member and/or don't have a website login please contact
CPD from exhibitors on-stand lectures
If you attended any on-stand lectures hosted by any of the exhibitors, if CPD was available from the lectures, these CPD certificates will be issued and sent to you by the exhibiting company directly.
For all other CPD certificate queries, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For all other post-event queries, email Jessica John-Paul:
How should I record my personal development plan (PDP)?
The BDA's CPD Hub provides a system of undertaking and recording verifiable CPD; it also includes a Word document PDP which is simple to use.
We do not provide an interactive PDP system as we believe that it is safer for members to keep in-depth reflective part of their CPD record separate from their PDP and log. The BDA prefers not to keep reflective details of members' personal development planning to ensure we avoid any danger of being asked to provide such information to third parties. We are aware that the chances of this are relatively small, but while ECPD is in its beginning phase, we will monitor how the GDC will exercise its right to view full CPD records (including implications for fitness-to-practise cases) in the future before we consider providing such products and holding such information.'