Scottish Dental Association’s inaugural conference

16 February, 2022 / infocus
 Will Peakin  

The Scottish Dental Association’s (SDA) inaugural conference is set for Saturday 5 March, at the Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh.

Speakers include Professor Philip Taylor, on training for the future of dental practice, Hugh Taggart BDS, on his experience with Practitioner Services, Rami Sarraf BDS, on why he has joined the SDA and what he believes the next steps should be, Louise Bone, of Practice Plan, on how a how a patient plan can
help your practice and Illona McLay, on personal and team development post-COVID.

Douglas Thain, the SDA’s Interim Chair, said: “We believe this represents a generational opportunity to begin reshaping Scottish Dentistry for the better.

“At the start of the pandemic we believed our greatest problem was a return to the SDR. While we are resolutely opposed to the SDR, we now appreciate the myriad of other issues our members are facing.

“The culture of fear experienced by many colleagues must end; we cannot and will not return to ‘business as usual’.

“SDA is here for us all and this conference will demonstrate our relevance, our ability to represent members, and establish our agenda for negotiations on the ‘New Model of Care’.

“I look forward to welcoming you in person as we work together fora new daw for dentistry.”

More information and details on how to book can be found here.

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