ADA 2015 offers bounty of CE options for dental teams
May 18, 2015
The team that practices together can study together with continuing education courses at ADA 2015 — America’s Dental Meeting, Nov. 5-10, in Washington, D.C.
Classes can help the team improve practice efficiencies, including learning new ways to do old procedures; improving upon interactions with special needs patients; trying new equipment and materials; and more. Plus, the courses help team members earn CE credits, including up to seven free credit hours per day on the exhibit floor.
Course options range from hygiene, dental assistant and team building tracks to more than 300 courses and nearly 100 hands-on workshops for dentists.
Dental team members also may support the team’s physical well-being with Health and Fitness Center courses. Dr. Barbara Steinberg; Uche Odiatu; Tim Caruso; and others will provide instruction in the center.
Courses customized for women dentists, thanks to the ADA partnering with the American Association of Women Dentists for a second year, offer other opportunities for team camaraderie.
Aside from learning together, the dental team may also take advantage of entertainment options together in the nation’s capital, including A Night at the Museums, an outing open to all registered ADA 2015 attendees. The event will be an exploration of two world-renowned Smithsonian museums, the National Museum of Natural History and the National Museum of American History. Early registration is encouraged as space is limited.
Registration for ADA 2015 opens May 20 at ADA.org/meeting, where a list of CE courses also is available. Search for #ADADC on Twitter and Facebook for more on ADA 2015.