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​Launch of the 2019 BDA Northern Ireland Branch programme 

2 January 2019


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BDA Northern Ireland Branch President Claudette Christie and Branch Member, Liam Diamond


BDA Northern Ireland Branch President Claudette Christie has visited Diamond Dental Clinic in Cookstown to launch the 2019 Branch programme

The Northern Ireland Branch provide a fantastic range of CPD events throughout the year, which are free to members. 

This year’s theme is ‘Managing the message’ and some of the event topics include neuro-linguistic programming, periodontal issues and orofacial pain amongst others. 

The Branch also run social events with the first event of the year being the Presidential Installation on Friday 18 January, there’s still time to book online for this popular event.

Another exciting event will be this year's Gala Ball, taking place in the stunning Titanic Hotel, Belfast on Saturday 12 October 2019, add the date to your diary now and email us to get updates.

Speaking about the 2019 Branch Programme, BDA Northern Ireland Branch President Claudette Christie said: 

“The Branch provides a really valuable resource for learning, networking and peer support. It’s incredibly important that dentists not only keep their skills up to date, but that they get out of the practice, meet with other dentists and enjoy face-to-face lectures and events."

We’d like to thank our Branch Programme sponsors for their support, including Oral B, Dental Medical Ireland, McDowell+Service, Colgate, GSK, M&D Financial Management, Denplan from Simply Health Professionals, GCUK and Coincidental.

The new Branch programme will be posted out to BDA members in mid-January, but more details and booking information are also now available online.

 

 

BDA Northern Ireland

BDA Northern Ireland supports, represents and promotes, the interests of all dentists working in Northern Ireland. Working with elected committee members, we negotiate on behalf of the profession on terms and conditions, pay and contracts. Join us.