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5 Things You Don't Want to Miss at ADX20Sydney


1. Head to a learning lab session.

ADX20 Sydney is hosting a number of learning lab sessions designed to help you improve the business success of your dental practice. According to the ADX20 website, these sessions can also count towards your CPD Allocation for non-scientific practice development! The topics range from learning how to successfully prescribe and dispense in your practice to how to ensure patient retention. If you’re looking to build or improve your dental practice as a business, then these sessions are a must-see. Head to the ADX website to see the full list of learning labs and register for them here: https://www.adx.sydney/seminar-program-adx/learning-labs

2. Women in Dentistry Breakfast

On Saturday 14th March, the exhibition organisers at ADX20 are hosting a Women in Dentistry Breakfast with guest speaker the Hon Julie Bishop. During her more than twenty-year political career, Ms Bishop was the first female to serve as Minister for Foreign Affairs and was recently announced to be the next Chancellor of the Australian National University. The Breakfast promises to be a valuable networking opportunity for all guests. This is an event you can’t miss, and tickets are selling fast. Head to this link to buy tickets: https://www.adx.sydney/eventsadx/women-in-dentistry-breakfast.

3. Australian Dental Industry Awards 2020 Dinner

The Australian Dental Industry Association is hosting its much-anticipated Awards Dinner on Saturday 14th March. The ADIA will present awards in the following categories:

  • Community Service Award
  • Educational Initiative Award
  • Innovation Award
  • Bite Magazine Marketing Award
  • Oral Health Partnership Award
  • Outstanding Achiever Award
  • Service and Support Award
  • Sustainability Award

For a full description of each category head to the ADIA website here: https://www.adia.org.au/awards/how-to-apply. The black-tie evening promises to be an entertaining evening to celebrate the achievements of people within the dental industry. The dinner will also feature motivation speaker, gold medal-winning Paralympian Carol Cooke AM. For more information and to buy tickets visit here: https://www.adx.sydney/eventsadx/2020-awards-dinner.

4. Professional Development

At this years ADX20 Sydney, the Australian Dental Association NSW will be running their Centre for Professional Development Program. Across all three days of ADX, the ADA will run 45-minute sessions across a range of topics that count to one CPD hour. The sessions span topics such as working posture, infection control, social media strategy and financial considerations when starting in Practice. We recommend the Women in Leadership Panel Discussion where our CEO, Jo, will be a panellist alongside Dr Kathleen Matthews and Jenine Bradburn. For a full list and timetable of the sessions and to register for them, visit the ADA NSW website: https://www.adansw.com.au/CPD/adx20.

5. Visit a booth

With over 150 exhibitors already registered for ADX20 Sydney, there is an abundance to see and do. Come and see first hand the innovations across the Dental industry and speak with the people who brought them to you. At ADX20, One Dental will be launching some new exciting initiatives that you can come and learn about. We also invite you to visit our booth (number 31) and feel first hand just how light our Nordent instruments are and enter our instrument weight guessing competition for a shot at winning a Nordent instrument kit!