Northern Ireland Council
What we do
The Northern Ireland
Council serves an important function, considering and highlighting all
matters relating to dentistry, especially concerning Northern Ireland. The NI DPC, NI SDC and NI Branch Council all feed in to NI Council; through reporting and the attendance of cross representatives. This ensures the concerns of all dental practitioners, from every area of dentistry are represented.
Northern Ireland Council works in conjunction with other national BDA committees to ensure work is coordinated and a coherent message is delivered on behalf of the dental community.
Northern Ireland Council usually meets twice yearly, to find out more, read reports of previous meetings here.
Who we are
The current structure of Northern Ireland Council is:
Three Northern Ireland Branch members (elected)
Chair of Northern Ireland Dental Practice Committee (ex-officio)
Chair of Northern Ireland Salaried Dentists Committee (ex-officio)
Any PEC member residing in Northern Ireland (ex-officio)
Members are elected for three-year
terms. The current NI Council triennium runs from 2015-2018. NI Council provide
the link between the BDA's membership and the policy decisions taken on
their behalf. The current Chair of NI Council is Roz McMullan and the Vice Chair is Richard Graham.
To get in touch with your representatives please contact NorthernIrelandOffice@bda.org