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News Bulletin : ADA News Bulletin March 2011
16 MARCH 2011 Committing time out of a busy surgery to attend CPD seminars can be difficult. However, you can now earn CPD hours at your desk...particularly if you are a practitioner located in a rural and remote area. ADA webinar technology allows you to both view and listen to the presenter as well as submit questions during each session. Interacting with the highly respected presenters is a benefit not to be missed. Completing a multiple choice questionnaire relating to the session content equates to one CPD hour and a CPD Certificate being awarded. WEBINARS IN 2011 INDICATIONS AND LIMITATIONS OF CONE BEAM VOLUMETRIC TOMOGRAPHY The first ADA interact -- CPD webinar in 2011 targeting rural and remote ADA members was held on 28 January. Professor Paul Monsour presented on the topic 'Indications and limitations of cone beam volumetric tomography'. Professor Monsour is based in the School of Dentistry at the University of Queensland where he is the Discipline Lead for Dentomaxillofacial Imaging and Course Co-ordinator for Diploma in Clinical Dentistry in Dentomaxillofacial Radiology. Professor Paul Monsour with Ms Carole Nestor (Producer). ORAL MUCOSAL DISEASE: AN UPDATE The second webinar for the year was held on 8 February. The topic 'Oral mucosal disease: An update' was presented by Associate Professor, Michael McCullough from the Oral Medicine Department of the Dental School at the University of Melbourne. Associate Professor Michael McCullough with the Producer, Ms Carole Nestor at the second of the 2011 webinars. RURAL AND REMOTE AREA DENTISTS Invitations are extended to rural and remote area dentists but places are limited and fill quickly. Feedback received from rural and remote dentists from all over Australia confirms that these live streamed feature-rich interactive online seminars are proving to be a popular learning and training experience. Post webinar recordings and PowerPoint presentations are available to all ADA Inc. members. Please contact Ms Carole Nestor or the Marketing Team for these or any other enquiries or support issues on 02 9906 4412. RURAL AND REMOTE WEBINAR PARTICIPATION E arn CPD hours without leaving home
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