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News Bulletin : ADA News Bulletin May 2011
17 MAY 2011 STRATEGIC PLAN 2012--2015 KEY OBJECTIVES KRA 1: Increase leadership profile and professional influence • ADA be recognised as the primary point of contact. • ADA to advocate for oral health on behalf of members to the public, government and media. • ADA to have regular proactive contact with government and relevant stakeholders. • ADA policies are reflected in Government decisions. • ADA policies are reflected in third party outcomes. • ADA lobbies to ensure dentistry resources (labour and services) are adequate to meet community need. KRA 2: Provide relevant, accessible and valued member services • Increase membership growth and diversity. • Ensure members and practices utilise ADA accredited services. • ADA be the principal provider of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) to members. • ADA to provide CPD to all members of the dental team. • Achieve a high level of utilisation of all member services. KRA 3: Develop and maintain professional and quality standards of practice • Provide dental practice accreditation using ADA guides and protocols. • Maintain the influence of The Australian Schedule of Dental Services and Glossary. • ADA continues to develop and maintain highest quality educational resources and clinical guidance for members. • ADA to promote self-regulated quality assurance. • ADA Policies be reflected in the decisions or regulatory authorities. • ADA maintain a National Code of Ethics. KRA 4: Promote community oral health • Encourage widespread and easier access to equitable and timely dental services for all Australians. • Commitment to continued improvement in the National Oral Health indicators. • Commitment to a greater percentage of Australians having access to water fluoridation. • Develop and implement oral health education programmes for key health care issues. • Forge allegiances with other health related entities in public awareness programmes. • Encourage research in oral health.
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