Hygienists’ Conference Scheduled for June in Columbus

Dentistry Today


The American Dental Hygienists’ Association (ADHA) will host its 95th Annual Conference from June 20 to June 23 at the Greater Columbus Convention Center in Columbus, Ohio. It will feature more than 35 unique seminar courses, 24 hands-on workshops, and an exhibitors’ hall. The ADHA expects more than 1,500 dental hygienists from across the United States to attend.

The ADHA designed the conference’s pricing model to give attendees more registration options with the opportunity to earn up to 22 continuing education credits at no additional cost. Sessions are planned to cater to dental hygienists in different industries and career stages, including public health, research, clinical, education, new professionals, and students.

This year’s sessions include: 

  • From the Inside Out: Where Perio-Systemic “Links” with Oral Pathology
  • Successful Grant Writing
  • Tools & Technology for Peri-Implant Therapy
  • Promoting the Oral Health of Young Children by Working in Dental Public Health
  • Cultural Competency: Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion in the Dental Office and Beyond

The keynote speaker will be comedian Michael Jr, sponsored by Crest + Oral-B. Networking and social events also will be available, including the Community Service Day, President’s Dinner, and In Motion 5K: Run, Walk, Fun.

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