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Annual Conference 2018

'Achieving Favourable Outcomes: Contemporary Practice'

Thursday 15th March and Friday 16th March 2018

The conference venue is the iconic St George’s Hall in Liverpool and is well located close to Lime Street Station, and a number of hotels to suit all budgets.

The first day of the conference will be dedicated to the contemporary management of individuals with cleft lip and palate and will feature an array of speakers who will share their expertise in managing the clinical journey of patients from start to finish.

The second day will feature presentations from experts who will update us on a range of clinical specialties including periodontics, endodontics removable and fixed prosthodontics and tooth wear. This is sure to be very valuable and will offer attendees the opportunity to come right up to date with aspects of dentistry that impinge on everyday clinical practice.

The presentations will take place in the magnificent concert hall that has a capacity of up to 500, with impressive acoustics and modern audio-visual support. Poster exhibitions, refreshments and the trade will be accommodated in the Great Hall, an impressive area that allows more than adequate space. We have speakers with national and international profiles to present in their areas of interest.

In a break from ‘conference tradition’ an informal ‘mixer’ event with drinks and canapes will take the place of the conference dinner in the early evening of Thursday 15th March, freeing up the remainder of the evening for attendees to make their own arrangements for dinner. If you book a place at the conference, we will email you about whether you wish to attend the drinks reception. This will be free of charge to delegates to attend.

Preferential rates for accommodation in a range of reasonably price and more luxurious hotels near the venue have been arranged. Liverpool is a great city with an extraordinary maritime history and is well used to welcoming visitors from around the world. With its museums, galleries, theatres and historic landmarks, it is well worth an extended visit. Liverpool has excellent transport links with every part of the United Kingdom and is easily reached by air, rail or road.

 

St Georges Hall

Above: St George's Hall