On Monday 10th October Chris Barrow and Colin Campbell have been invited to speak to a group of new graduates at a charity event in London.
It’s going to be a ‘no holds barred’ event where Barrow and Campbell discuss what they think will happen in dentistry in the next five – ten years according to their perspective.
Who are Barrow and Campbell? The first has been coaching top dentists on the business-end of things for 23 years, the second has built a successful specialist referral clinic, a post-graduate academy and writes one of the most popular blogs in dentistry.
What do they have in common? BOP – a reputation for being bold, outrageous and provocative in all they say about the past, present and future.
We guarantee that you will either love or hate them – there will be no middle ground.
Included in their presentations will be the following topics:
- The £30,000 a year salaried associate – you had better get used to it;
- The collapse of corporate dentistry and the bubble bursting on property prices.
- The future prospects for the young dental associate.
- The rise of a new kind of dental corporate – with a heart.
- What Prethics is all about and why you ignore it at your peril.
- Why dental marketers are liars and how to avoid getting fleeced.
- The dangers of posting Facebook selfies at the wheel of your Ferrari.
- A potential road map for exceptional young dentists to have an extraordinary career and life.
Probably not to missed by anybody within the vicinity. The price is £2 a ticket. Definitely not to be missed by anyone at dental school or in the first five years of their career. You will learn things that are to your advantage I promise.
Date: Monday 10th October from 6-7:30/8 pm (including questions-can be flexible on time )
Location: New Hunts House Lecture Theatre 1, Guys Campus (closest station: London Bridge)
Charity: Akshaya Patra. I have organised talks across King’s before, and I will charge £2 for this talk with all the money going towards Akshaya Patra, a charity that provides children in India with school meals thus keeping them in education. Last year, from all the talks alone we managed to raise enough money to adopt a school for a year and I am trying to support the charity further this year.
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