Newswise — CHICAGO, March 15, 2021—The American Dental Hygienists’ Association (ADHA) is pleased to announce registration is now open for their Virtual Conference. For the second year in a row, ADHA will provide inspirational learning online for those unable to attend ADHA’s in-person conference in Phoenix (June 18-20). The Virtual Conference will take place on June 28-30. Attendees can join from anywhere.
At the ADHA Virtual Conference, carefully selected courses from the in-person ADHA Annual Conference will be available along with exclusive new sessions. In addition to engaging in rigorous education, attendees can:
- Learn about the latest products and services inside the virtual exhibit hall. Walk away with some show specials only available to the virtual attendees.
- Network from home! Check out these options:
- Connect with your friends in the Attendee Lounge
- Calling all students! Connect with peers from across the country in the Student Lounge.
- Get to know the experts in the Speaker Lounge. Continue the conversation after the session or watch speaker interviews!
- Enjoy inspiring highlight videos from the in-person conference.
- Participate in entertaining virtual cocktail demonstrations.
- Have some fun and earn the chance to win some amazing prizes with our trivia game competition.
For those who attend ADHA’s Virtual Conference, they can earn up to 14 CE credits. For those who attend BOTH Phoenix Annual Conference and Virtual Conference can earn up to a combined 31 CE credits.
Find event details and a full content schedule for the Virtual Conference and Annual Conference at www.adha2021.org. Register soon for best rates.
About the American Dental Hygienists' Association
The American Dental Hygienists’ Association (ADHA) is the largest national organization representing the professional interests of dental hygienists. Dental hygienists are preventive oral health professionals, licensed in dental hygiene, who provide educational, clinical and therapeutic services that support total health through the promotion of optimal oral health. To learn more about ADHA, dental hygiene or the link between oral health and general health, visit ADHA at www.adha.org.