IDHA 2019 Annual Session
October 18 @ 8:00 am - October 19 @ 2:00 pm$225 – $350
2019 IDHA Annual Session
October 18th-19th – Boise Centre West, downtown
Friday 8am-Saturday 2pm – Exhibitors available
Friday 8am-Saturday 10am – Silent Auction
Special guest Annette Lincicome (ADHA District XII Trustee) will be in attendance!
Orascoptic Stool Raffle (valued at $800)
This course is an overview of oral pathologic conditions from Ms. Lukes’ own personal collection of lesion images accumulated over 37 years as a dental hygienist and a 28-year teaching career. Etiology, clinical appearance, treatment options and relevance to dental hygiene are included for each lesion/condition. The course includes both common and uncommon conditions. Most images are from cases observed while in academia, as well as those encountered during annual mission work in Central Mexico. Comparison images for inclusion in the differential diagnosis will also be presented and discussed encouraging dental professionals to utilize all patient information when analyzing lesions. This course can serve as an excellent update for seasoned hygienists/dentists or a relevant review for new graduates.
Overarching Goal for Session
– Inspire dental hygienists to build resiliency by expanding their knowledge through an experiential lecture and workshop with practical mind-body tools and applications.
Results from Session/Workshop:
-Increases quality of hygienist/patient relationships
-Fosters restorative relationships with themselves
-Creates improved relationships and interactions at home and at work
-Overall: Improved positive and healthier approach to life, especially AFTER the session
Student classes (Friday): Hosted by ADHA Trustee Annette Lincicome
Mega Issue Forum – “Is All That Studying Making You A Professional Dental Hygienist?” – Exploring the difference between a profession and professionalism. (approx. 2 hrs.)
Traditional PowerPoint Presentation – “ADHA and You” – a presentation designed specifically for students to introduce the purpose and structure of ADHA, and to provide information on specific benefits offered to students by ADHA. (approx. 1 ½ hrs.)
Informal Presentation and Q & A – “Transitioning from Student to Practicing Professional” – providing students with ADHA resources for finding their “dream job” after graduation and allowing students to ask specific questions about making the transition from student to practicing dental hygienist. (approx. 1 ½ hrs.)
Registration coming soon!
- Susanne Jamison, IDHA Executive Director