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Mar 11 2021
Save the date for the 2021 ODA Annual Session, which will be Sept. 30-Oct. 2, 2021 in Columbus. The 2021 ODA Annual Session will offer many opportunities for attendees to connect, learn and excel, including CE courses, new technology, exhibitor networking and special events. We are in the process of planning an Annual Session that is safe, ... [continue reading]
Feb 12 2021
Save the date for the 2021 ODA Annual Session, which will be Sept. 30-Oct. 2, 2021 in Columbus. The 2021 ODA Annual Session will offer many opportunities for attendees to connect, learn and excel, including CE courses, new technology, exhibitor networking and special events. We are in the process of planning an Annual Session that is safe, ... [continue reading]
Jan 18 2021
After a difficult 2020, the Ohio Dental Association has a lot in store for 2021. As 2021 kicks off, we are continuing to monitor the COVID-19 pandemic as well as regulations in Ohio that ... [continue reading]
Dec 18 2020
Dentists and team members can log in to the ODA Virtual Annual Session at their convenience until Dec. 31 to earn up to 28 hours of CE through 13 courses and visit the Virtual Exhibit Hall. Course information The ODA Virtual Annual Session is offering several CE courses to help dentists and staff meet regulatory requirements: An opioid ... [continue reading]
Nov 11 2020
Dentists and team members can log in to the ODA Virtual Annual Session at their convenience until Dec. 31 to earn up to 28 hours of CE through 13 courses and visit the Virtual Exhibit Hall. The five most popular ODA Annual Session Courses of 2020 are: “A Dental Team Guide to Recognizing and Understanding Addiction and Supporting ... [continue reading]
Oct 14 2020
The 2020 ODA Virtual Annual Session is now available! Dentists and team members can log in at their convenience until Dec. 31 to earn up to 28 hours of CE through 13 courses and visit the Virtual Exhibit Hall. “In a year when everything looked different due to the pandemic, our 154th ODA Annual Session also looks different,” said Dr. ... [continue reading]
Sep 3 2020
The 2020 ODA Virtual Annual Session will launch Sept. 24 and be available through Dec. 31. It will feature online CE, a Virtual Exhibit Hall and games and social activities. Registration for the 2020 ODA Virtual Annual Session is now available! The ODA Virtual Annual Session provides an affordable, convenient way for you and your team to get up to ... [continue reading]
Aug 18 2020
Although we can't meet in person this year, the 2020 virtual ODA Annual Session will feature opportunities for team building and connecting with others. Photo taken at the 2019 ODA Annual Session. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the ODA Annual Session Committee has decided to host a virtual meeting in 2020! The 2020 virtual ODA Annual Session ... [continue reading]
Jul 13 2020
The 2020 ODA Annual Session is moving to a virtual meeting. Watch for more details in August! Photo taken at the 2019 ODA Annual Session. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the ODA Annual Session Committee has decided not to hold an in-person meeting of Annual Session in 2020. Instead, the ODA Annual Session Committee plans to host a virtual ... [continue reading]
Jun 17 2020
As we navigate through the Summer months and the reality of post-COVID-19 dental practice, I could not be happier that we are approaching what has become a constant in the dental landscape in the state of Ohio – the Ohio Dental Association's Annual Session.  This will be the 154th time that dentists have gathered to reconnect with ... [continue reading]
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