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Lilian Lindsay Memorial Lecture 2018

Event Type
BDA SEMINAR
Event Subject
Other
Topics
Topic Groups (History of Dentistry)
Date
Friday 11 May 2018
Time
11:00 - 12:00
Venue
British Dental Association
Address
64 Wimpole Street, LONDON, W1G 8YS, England
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Lilian Lindsay Memorial Lecture

Is print history? The BDJ and dental literature from dots to electrons

Friday 11 May 2018   |   LONDON


Registration from 10:30
Lecture from 11:00-12:00 followed by a sandwich lunch

1 hour CPD
FREE to attend


The prestigious Lilian Lindsay Memorial Lecture is given each year by a distinguished member of the dental profession or an academic or historian working in the field of dental history.

The lecture is named in honour of Lilian Lindsay (1871 -1960), the first lady to qualify as a dentist in the United Kingdom in 1895. She went on to found the BDA museum and laid the foundations of the world class reference library we have today. She was a writer and a scholar, being the first to translate Pierre Fauchard's seminal work of 1728 into English. In 1946 she was elected President of the BDA and awarded the CBE the same year.  

This year's lecturer is Dr Stephen Hancocks; known to many as a dentist, writer, publisher and performer. As the current editor of the BDJ he is in a unique position to inform, fascinate and amuse us all with his lecture: Is print history? The BDJ and dental literature from dots to electrons.

Please find the session outline below:

Is print history? The BDJ and dental literature from dots to electrons.

  • The history of the BDJ and the BDJ portfolio
  • Developments in publishing in the Internet age
  • The possibilities from an historical viewpoint of future developments

 Stephen Hancocks OBE, Editor-in-Chief, BDJ


Speaker

Stephen Hancocks OBE
Editor-in-Chief, BDJ

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Stephen is a dentist, writer, editor, publisher and performer. Editor-in-Chief of the BDJ, he also co-owns his own publishing company stephenhancocks.com Awarded Honorary Membership of the British Dental Association, the American Dental Association and a place in the prestigious FDI's List of Honour, he was appointed OBE in 1997 for services to the dental profession. He has an MA from the Central School of Speech and Drama, London and co-owns Outlaw Theatre Company. Stephen is also well known for chairing, lecturing and after-dinner speaking. More recently he has started a weekly gardening series on YouTube entitled Let's Go Gardening and an associated gardening start-up business planttoplate.co.uk

 

Accreditation

1 hour CPD

The seminar meets the educational criteria set by the GDC for verifiable CPD (1 hour) and is certified by the British Dental Association.

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