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News Bulletin : ADA News Bulletin March 2011
12 MARCH 2011 In one of my earlier Congress announcements, I wrote about the reinvigorated Southbank precinct adjacent to the Congress venue. Well...recent floods inundated the area so it is having yet another makeover. Words such as ‘tragedy’, ‘devastating’ and ‘disaster’ are sometimes overused terms in the media. But all three properly apply to the widespread flooding that has engulfed Central, Western and Southern Queensland. Fortunately, the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre only suffered minor temporary water damage and it is now open for full business as usual. Similarly, nearby accommodation was impacted but recovered in short time. Some dentists have had their surgeries or homes damaged by floodwaters and many others have had their businesses interrupted. I am sure the entire dental profession across Australia wishes these dentists a speedy return to their normal lives. Preparations for the 34th Australian Dental Congress have gone exceedingly well and I am very proud of the work of the entire Local Organising Committee (LOC), its committees and all the ADA Inc. Congress Management staff. Keeping with the theme Back to the Future, registrants will experience a true high-tech conference. From innovative registration processing through to interactive electronic poster displays, everything is designed to make Congress a most enjoyable event. SCIEnTIfIC PROGRAMME In line with the Congress theme, our three internationally respected keynote speakers will headline an exceptional scientific programme supported by our own local distinguished Australian researchers and clinicians. Professor Lyndon CooPer: • Dental implants • Fixed bridgework • Treatment of the edentulous mandible Professor Ken Hargreaves: • Managing endodontic infections • Regenerative endodontics • Advances in pain control Professor adrian Lussi: • Modern caries diagnosis • Dental erosion from diagnosis to therapy • Fluoride Across the three programme streams, each lecture session will provide both up-to-date relevant information as well as a glimpse of emerging technologies and techniques taking us into the future. There is no better way to kick-start satisfying requirements for continuing professional development. 2011 Australian Dental Congress Secretariat Australian Dental Association Inc. Incorporated in the ACT ARBN 131 755 989 14-16 Chandos Street St Leonards NSW 2065 PO Box 520 St Leonards NSW 1590 Telephone: (61 2) 9906 4412 Facsimile: (61 2) 9906 4676 Email: email@example.com Website: www.adc2011.com Twitter: www.twitter.com/34thADC2011 NOW AND TOmORROW BACk To ThE FuTurE: Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, Australia Wednesday 30th March to Sunday 3rd April 2011 ADC2011-Letterhead-FINAL.indd 1 3/02/10 9:14 PM 34th Congress on track following Queensland floods 2011 Australian Dental Congress Secretariat Australian Dental Association Inc. Incorporated in the ACT ARBN 131 755 989 14-16 Chandos Street St Leonards NSW 2065 PO Box 520 St Leonards NSW 1590 Telephone: (61 2) 9906 4412 Facsimile: (61 2) 9906 4676 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.adc2011.com Twitter: www.twitter.com/34thADC2011 NOW AND TOmORROW BACk To ThE FuTurE: Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, Australia Wednesday 30th March to Sunday 3rd April 2011 ADC2011-Letterhead-FINAL.indd 1 3/02/10 9:14 PM
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