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Advanced Evidence-Based Dentistry Workshop Scheduled Feb. 9-13 in New York

American Dental Association Collaborates with NYU College of Dentistry

December 03, 2014

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CHICAGO — The American Dental Association Center for Evidence-Based Dentistry (EBD) is collaborating with the New York University (NYU) College of Dentistry to offer a one-week intensive course on evidence-based dentistry, formerly offered as the ADA/Forsyth EBD Course. Applications are being accepted until Dec. 29.

The workshop will be held at the NYU School of Dentistry in New York, Feb. 9-13. An interactive program with multiple hands-on activities, the course is relevant for dentists, members of the dental team, educators and researchers. This program is worth up to 35 continuing education credits.

The tuition of $2,000 for ADA members and $2,500 for non-members includes course materials and lunch. Participants will be responsible for their travel and housing in New York. For more information go to EBD.ADA.org, or contact the ADA Center for Evidence-Based Dentistry at ebd@ada.org.

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About the ADA

The not-for-profit ADA is the nation's largest dental association, representing 159,000 dentist members. The premier source of oral health information, the ADA has advocated for the public's health and promoted the art and science of dentistry since 1859. The ADA's state-of-the-art research facilities develop and test dental products and materials that have advanced the practice of dentistry and made the patient experience more positive. The ADA Seal of Acceptance long has been a valuable and respected guide to consumer dental care products. The monthly The Journal of the American Dental Association (JADA) is the ADA's flagship publication and the best-read scientific journal in dentistry. For more information about the ADA, visit ADA.org. For more information on oral health, including prevention, care and treatment of dental disease, visit the ADA's consumer website MouthHealthy.org