The Early Bird registration deadline is fast approaching for the American Dental Hygienists’ Association’s annual meeting—The Center for Lifelong Learning at the 90th Annual Session. This year’s conference, taking place from June 19-25 at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston, Mass., is the celebration of a century in practice, “100 Years of Dental Hygiene: Proud Past, Unlimited Future.”
From the first hygienists trained by Dr. Alfred Fones in 1913 to the leading innovators of today, ADHA will proudly extol the progress and accomplishments of dental hygienists in the oral health care field over the last 100 years. Dental Hygienists from across the country and around the world are taking advantage of this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to come together and prepare themselves to be the pioneers that make the next century of practice as successful as the last.
CLL at the 90th annual session hosts over 30 continuing education courses taught by nationally renowned speakers, with six separate career tracks for professionals at all stages of their career, and the possibility of earning up to 20 CE hours at one event. Tracks include: Clinical Practice, Public Health, Education, Research, Professional Development, New Practitioner and a separate Student track. In addition, the exhibition hall will feature over 125 companies displaying information and products representing the cutting-edge of oral health.
As if this weren’t enough, this year’s Thursday and Saturday plenary sessions will feature public health advocate Erin Brockovich and Oscar-winning actress Geena Davis respectively. Friday evening, the ADHA Institute for Oral Health Benefit/Presidential Gala is honored to have as master of ceremonies and host, the legendary Debbie Reynolds, star of stage and screen in some of America’s greatest classics.
Attendees that register before May 3 will receive a special discounted rate, beginning at $199 for Members, $275 for non-members, and $115 for students. Pre-registration is open until June 7, and onsite registration will be available.
For more information, including a schedule of events, please visit www.adha.org/annual-session.