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AUCKLAND SATURDAY MARCH 26
OUNG DENTISTS’ DAY
FIRST WELCOME: JOHN BOYENS practice of dentistry, although ever-changing and constantly The challenging, provides a rewarding and satisfying career. The NZDA recognises that this significant group of our younger members may require some additional input to that provided at our annual conference. We have decided to organise this day for young dentists to provide some challenging and thought-provoking speakers who may help to guide your thoughts for future practice, for future career pathways, and for future leadership roles within our profession. We look forward to seeing you at the Young Dentists’ Day on March 26 where we can share ideas and listen to your thoughts and aspirations. We also look forward to hearing from you how you would like to see this day develop into the future.
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needs of dentists who have been at work for 20 - 30 years are quite different from the needs of the younger dentist working hard to develop their own niche within the professional workforce.
HEAR ALL KEYNOTE MARTIN ABOUT SPEAKER: Kelleher qualified in Dublin in 1971 and did his MSc at Eastman M artin University in 1978. He obtained his Certificate of Completion of
specialist training in Restorative Dentistry in 1984 and is a Fellow of the Dental Faculties of the Royal Colleges of Glasgow and Edinburgh.
Martin has lectured extensively both in the UK and abroad, is the author/co-author of many peer-reviewed articles, and author of a quintessential book on bleaching and bonding. He is a past president of the British Society for Restorative Dentistry, is on the Board of Dental Protection and is Chairman of the Advisory Committee on Dental Claims.
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Currently, Martin is a consultant in restorative dentistry at King’s College London Dental Institute; is a postgraduate tutor for King’s College Hospital and Guys Dental Hospital; and is in private practice in Bromley, Kent. He is also on the General Dental Council specialist lists in restorative dentistry and prosthodontics, and is an examiner for the intercollegiate speciality examination in restorative dentistry.
YOUNG DENTISTS’ DAY PROGRAMME
SATURDAY MARCH 26, 2011 The Westin Auckland Lighter Quay
IT’S ALL HAPPENING
Registration Desk Open
Wealthy dentists and/or healthy teeth? Martin Kelleher
The ‘perfect’ balance - things I should have considered Katie Ayers
If I knew then what I know now Martin Kelleher
Dentistry in the New Zealand Defence Force Andrew Gray
Ethical marketing in aesthetic dentistry Martin Kelleher
Building happy smiles in the Kingdom of Wonders: unfinished business Joseph Antoun
Odd balls and one offs Martin Kelleher
Splendid isolation Mark Goodhew
Getting the most from your scorekeeper – accountants and tax for new dentists Ian Gilbert
Panel discussion All speakers
You leading life, or life leading you David Henton
5.15pm - 7.15pm
Cocktail function The Westin Auckland Lighter Quay
* This programme is correct at the time of publication. Please refer to the website for the current programme.
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Join your fellow young dentists at The Westin Auckland Lighter Quay for a cocktail function with a twist! Enjoy delicious canapés and beautiful cocktails as dusk hits Auckland’s harbour before our super-secret-surprise is revealed... The evening promises plenty of fun, laughter, networking and the chance to get your hands dirty. Date: Time: Venue: Price:
Saturday March 26, 2011 5.15pm - 7.15pm The Westin Auckland Lighter Quay One ticket to the cocktail function is included in your registration fee. Additional tickets may be purchased for $50.00 (inc. GST) per person during the registration process.
Our host for Young Dentists’ Day 2011 is the Westin Auckland Lighter Quay, centrally located on the waterfront at 21 Viaduct Harbour Avenue. In addition to a stunning waterfront location, the hotel sports an indoor pool, sauna and jacuzzi. If time permits, book in and rejuvenate at the Senses Spa and Wellness Centre.
To register, click here
Travelling by car The closest car park is Wilsons, found directly across the road from the hotel just off Fanshawe Street. Click here to find out more car parking details. Travelling by bus/train The Britomart Transport Centre is an easy 10-15 minute walk from the Westin, making for easy access via both bus and train services. Travelling by ferry Fullers provide a passenger ferry service to a number of coastal suburbs in Auckland. The ferry terminal is a 10 minute walk from the Westin.
To plan your public transport journey, check out: www.maxx.co.nz
Accommodation Limited accommodation at the Westin Auckland Lighter Quay has been reserved for the evenings of Friday 25 and Saturday 26 March 2011. Rooms will be allocated on a first-in basis subject to availability. Bookings can be made via the registration process.
Superior room Deluxe room
Check in: 3.00pm
Check out: 11.00am
All prices are in NZ dollars, per room, per night and are inclusive of GST.
Please direct all registration enquiries to:
The Westin Auckland Lighter Quay Stay at the Westin Auckland, it commands a stunning location waterfront address within the vibrant Viaduct Harbour. Modern, chic and elegantly understated, the Westin is your perfect base to enjoy all that Young Dentists’ Day 2011 has to offer: click here for more information.
All accommodation bookings must be guaranteed with a credit card. The credit card will be used as a guarantee only and no charges will be debited prior to check out. On check out, your accommodation may be settled with cash, EFTPOS or credit card. Cancellation fees may apply any time within a month prior to conference.
Young Dentists’ Day 2011 Kelly Taylor Conference Innovators PO Box 7191 Christchurch 8240 T: 03 379 0390 F: 03 379 0460 E: firstname.lastname@example.org