ADHA


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ADHA

 
American Dental Hygienists' Association.

ADHA

ADHA

Abbreviation for American Dental Hygienists Association.

ADHA

Abbreviation for American Dental Hygienists Association.
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2015 Graduates--Make sure your student chapter receives the 2016 ADHA Graduate Transition Award by changing your membership from Student to Professional
In response to CDT-4 changes, ADHA initiated several proactive measures to effect a reversal decision.
The ADHA will share further details on engaging in this effort in the coming months.
The ADHA continues to support dental hygiene curricula that lead to competency in the dental hygiene process of care: assessment, dental hygiene diagnosis, planning, implementation, evaluation and documentation.
Henry Schein Dental is proud to once again partner with the ADHA as part of our Company's commitment to support the important role of the hygienist," said Tim Sullivan, President of Henry Schein Dental.
Company Foundation in partnership with the ADHA Institute for Oral Health is awarding $60,000 in community service grants-given in increments of $2,500 and $5,000-to dental hygienists and dental hygiene organizations for community oral health outreach.
With many networking opportunities, continuing education, exhibits, corporate sponsored events, leadership panel workshops and mobile app connectivity, the 2016 ADHA CLL at the Annual Session will serve as a networking epicenter for all dental hygiene students and dental hygienists in attendance.
The ADHA was asked to appoint a dental hygiene liaison to represent ADELA on the CCI Oversight Committee, and this is where my involvement in CCI began.
If you would like more information about dental hygiene, preventive oral health or the best connection between periodontal (gum) disease and life-threatening illnesses such as heart disease; diabetes; low-birthweight babies, or respiratory ailments, visit ADHA at http://www.
At the ADHA, one of our Strategic Plans major goals is alliances.
Snacking on food with a high sugar content is a major reason 60 percent of Americans are overweight or obese," according to ADHA President Ann Naber, RDH.