The British Dental Practice Managers’ Association will have the theme, We’re in tune with you
at stand H07 at the BDTA Dental Showcase, 14-16 October, ExCeL, London.
BDPMA chairman, Amelia Bray, will conduct an orchestra of talented players including recent recruits, Seema Sharma (of Slumdog Secret Millionaire fame) and Kate Adam (Mint marketing), BDPMA regional co-ordinators, Hannah Hume and Kerry Zoina and resident BDPMA book reviewer, Amy D’Arcy-Burt (Thurlow Dental Care).
With the autumn issue of the BDPMA magazine, Practice Focus, members received a special Dental Showcase keyring.
When they present this at the BDPMA stand, they will receive a tuneful gift and be entered in a draw with the first prize of a £400 health spa voucher. People who take out full membership at the show will also be entered in the draw.
The BDPMA has set a target of reaching 1,000 members by Dental Showcase 2011 so there will be lots of prizes and discounts available to new and existing members at this year’s event.
• Special discounts on the new Dentabyte Care Quality Commission registration self-help kit
• A signed copy of Jane Bonehill’s new book, Managing Health & Safety in the Dental Practice
• Three places on BDA Training essentials courses
• A Clarisonic facial sonic cleanser
• Exclusive discount off the Mint Marketing for Practice Managers one-day hands-on workshop.
Amelia Bray, BDPMA chairman, says: ‘The BDPMA is an association run by dental team members for dental team members so is completely in tune with the challenges, demands and opportunities of practice management and administration. We’ll be demonstrating this at Dental Showcase 2010.’
Full membership of the BDPMA costs just £85 and includes a raft of benefits as well as a quarterly magazine, Practice Focus, and monthly e-updates.
The BDPMA has recently launched introductory e-membership for just £25 for the first 12 months. BDPMA e-members receive monthly e-updates, e-shots and access to the members’ only section of the BDPMA website at www.bdpma.org.uk.