All in-person events hosted by the ODA Annual Session will follow any city, county, state, federal and/or CDC COVID-19 mandates in place at the time of the event. All in-person attendees must abide by ODA’s policies. Practices currently scheduled to be in place include hand sanitation stations throughout the event venues, the availability of ... [continue reading]
The last eighteen months have brought a remarkable amount of change and turmoil, including restrictions on dental practices for six weeks in the spring of 2020 and limitations on many other businesses for even longer. In-person meetings gave way to Zoom calls and takeout food replaced eating dinner out. Schools closed their doors for long periods ... [continue reading]
New this year, the ODA Annual Session will feature a special event “Celebrating Women in Dentistry, Honoring 2020 ODA President Dr. Sharon Parsons and Other Female Dental Leaders” on Friday, Oct. 1 from 2:30-4:30 p.m. “Women ... [continue reading]
This year’s ODA Annual Session will feature an event to help dentists, dental residents and dental students who are looking for a job match up with dentists who are preparing for a practice transition or looking to expand their practice. MATCH @ ODA Annual Session is a free event hosted by the ODA Subcouncil on New Dentists and will take ... [continue reading]
During ODA’s upcoming Annual Session, I will be presenting a course along with Dr. Mark Alexandrunas regarding issues that dental practice owners and dentist-employees are frequently confronted with during their relationship with each other. We hope to share ideas in order to head off potential conflict between employer dentists and their ... [continue reading]
The Ohio Dental Association 2021 Annual Session will be a hybrid meeting this year with an in-person meeting in Columbus, Ohio from Sept. 30 to Oct. 2, 2021, and a virtual component available from Sept. 30 through Dec. 31, 2021. Attend in-person AND take advantage of up to 30 hours of virtual CE courses, free with registration! Learn more by ... [continue reading]
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