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    • 17 Jul 2024
    • 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM (AEST)
    • Online via Zoom - DHAA
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    Join us for this 1hr joint ADOHTA/DHAA webinar on the ADA Schedule of Dental Services and Glossary User Guide for Oral Health Practitioners.

    Learning Objectives

    On completion of the session participants will be able to: 

    1. Describe the purposes and application of the current ADA Schedule of Dental Services and Glossary (the Schedule) in dental practices 
    2. List the various components of the Schedule
    3. Outline the importance of matching the treatments provided against the description of the respective item code
    4. Summarise how funding agencies are using the Schedule
    5. Describe common errors made by dental practitioners in using the Schedule 

    Registration is free for current ADOHTA members. Please ensure membership is current/active when registering as an ADOHTA member. 

    If you are a DHAA member, you can register via their website here.

    The webinar link will be emailed to all registrants 24hrs before the advertised webinar date/time.

    Presenters

    Dr David Curnow

    Dr David Curnow has a private general practice in Dandenong, Victoria. He has a long involvement in ADA activities at both state and federal level. Dr Curnow is a past President of the ADA Victorian Branch and a Branch Councillor. He has been involved in the Schedule and Third Party for more than 10 years, and currently serves as its chair.

    Dr Amit Gurbuxani

    Dr Amit Gurbuxani is a general dentist and the immediate past president of ADAWA. He is a serving member of the ADA Schedule and Third-party committee. Hi is passionate about helping the next generation of professionals and currently holds the position of a Senior Clinical Lecturer at UWA Dental School. He has completed his Masters in Dental Public and Primary Health and has been awarded his membership with the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons.

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    • 29 Jul 2024
    • 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM (AEST)
    • Online via Teams
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    This presentation by Forensic Odontologist Cailin Davies will provide an overview of Forensic Odontology, the cases routinely seen, as well as utilisation of the scope of the Forensic Odontologist in non-accidental injury in children and the importance of record keeping in the dental setting.

    • Members and non-members welcome. 
    • 1 hour scientific CPD
    • Please ensure membership is current/active when registering as an ADOHTA member. 

    Learning Objectives

    For participants to have an understanding of the roles and responsibilities of a Forensic Odontologist and within the scope of children, how record keeping and signs of NAIC is crucial for early recognition and detection.


    About Forensic Odontologist Cailin Davies BDS, MRACDS (PDS)

    Dr Cailin Davies completed her Dentistry degree through James Cook University and is completing her specialisation in Forensic Odontology through Monash University and the Victorian Institute of Forensic Medicine.

    Among other activities related to Forensic Odontology Dr Davies is the State Forensic Odontologist for Tasmania and is also the Vice-President of the Australian Society of Forensic Odontology as well as the Tasmanian state representative for the Technical Advisory (TAG) and Specialist Advisory (SAG) Odontology working groups.

    Dr Davies has also undertaken research for publication on the ability for dental practitioners to recognise and respond to the oral signs of child abuse and neglect, an ongoing area of education for the wider dental community.

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    • 21 Aug 2024
    • 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM (AEST)
    • Online via Teams
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    Stay tuned for more details about this webinar presented by Specialist Orthodontist Dr James Zvirblis.

    • Members and non-members welcome. 
    • 1 hour scientific CPD
    • Please ensure membership is current/active when registering as an ADOHTA member. 


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