Time to register for ADA365
October 07, 2013
—ADA members should have received an email invitation to register for ADA365, the online extension of the ADA Annual Session. Log on to ADA.org/ADA365.
Using ADA365, ADA members can watch President Bill Clinton's address during the Opening General Session and Distinguished Speaker Series; view Education in the Round courses; see additional lectures and participate in live chat with the speakers; and virtually tour the exhibit floor.
Continuing education credit is not available on ADA365, but courses from the Pride Institute Technology Expo, as well as other select courses, will be available after Annual Session on ADA CE Online, adaceonline.org, for credit.
Those who have accessed ADA365 in the past can use their same login to view the site this year. New visitors should register at ADA.org/ADA365. Members and 2013 Annual Session attendees can register for free, and nonmembers can sign up for $50.
Those who incorrectly received an email indicating they are a nonmember or those who have questions should contact the ADA Division of Membership at the ADA toll-free number or email@example.com.
Courses are still available
It's not too late to make plans to attend the Annual Session in person. Registration is still open at ADA.org/session.
Many free courses still have open seats including the Learning Labs (new) and the prices of the Hands-on Cadaver workshops did not increase after the advance registration deadline passed.
Several ADA Councils are also offering courses on hot topics like group practices, becoming a Medicaid provider, the ins and outs of federally qualified health centers and volunteering internationally. See more details on these courses online.
Other “hot topic” courses scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 2, include:
- A Snapshot of Illicit and Prescription Drug Abuse, by Dr. Hal Crossley, Nov. 2, 8-9:30 a.m., cost is $40, (course 7195);
- The New Hazard Communication Standard, by Leslie Canham, Nov. 2, 8-9:30 a.m., free, (course 7382);
- Adhesive Dentistry: Averting Mediocrity, by Dr. Harald Heymann, Nov. 2, 8-9:30 a.m., cost is $40, (course 7190).
To register for these or other Annual Session courses, visit ADA.org/session.