Roebuck named as new BSPD president

03 October, 2018 / infocus
 Scottish Dental  

Liz Roebuck, a consultant in paediatric dentistry based in Edinburgh, is the new president of the British Society of Paediatric Dentistry (BSPD).

Talking about her new role, which will involve chairing the BSPD’s council and its executive committee, Liz said: “I feel very privileged. I joined the Society around 1992. I was aware of many of the changes that had evolved over time and I have found the last year, since joining the executive committee, truly inspirational.

“The work of the Society, and the way it conducts business, has expanded significantly and nationally through the dedication and passion of its members.”

She added that she will be looking to see how her skills and expertise can best contribute to the BSPD as a whole, across all four home nations.

“There is so much going on and supporting the work that executive and council members are already engaged in is a priority,” she added.

The British Society of Paediatric Dentistry (BSPD) annual conference in September focused on the management of dental caries in children. Read the article here

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