ADA-CE provides you with opportunities to develop your learning,stimulate your thinking, enhance your skills and engage with like-minded peers to share ideas and techniques. We understand that we all have varied dental interests and learning styles. We endeavour to cater to all of our members in terms of their experience, level of knowledge and time commitments. Notification of ADA-CE will be via our monthly newsletter, general meetings, website and emails from ADA's office.
In 2019, the ADA will introduce WELLBEING360° based on ME-WE-US interrelationships. Our goal is for each member dentist to give and receive support, while enjoying a feeling of inclusion and participation. By embracing our diverse, multi-generational and multicultural membership, we hope to create a sustainable, healthy and compassionate Wellbeing culture.
The annual challenge between the ADA and the Waikato BOP Branches. See registration form for details.
SUNDAY 15 NOVEMBER, 8.30am - 12.30pm @ EMCARE, 235D Bush Road, Rosedale.
The Dental Modular Certificate Course Level 4 (DMCC4) is a combination of pre-reading, skills development and practical assessment and is the required level of training for:
The New Zealand Branch of ANZSPD invites you to their 12th annual Dentists Study Day, with an optional evening dinner, held this year in Dunedin on Saturday 28 November, 2020 at the Distinction Hotel.
Winifred Harding (Specialist Orthodontist at Faculty of Dentistry, University of Otago)
Yvonne Golpak (Paediatric Dentistry post-graduate student, University of Otago)
Alison Meldrum (Specialist Paediatric Dentist, Faculty of Dentistry, University of Otago)
Yu-Lynn Lee (Paediatric Dentistry post-graduate student, University of Otago)
Sunyoung Ma (Specialist Prosthodontist, Faculty of Dentistry, University of Otago)
Dorothy Boyd (Specialist Paediatric Dentist, Faculty of Dentistry, University of Otago)