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IAPD Regional Meeting

An IAPD Regional Meeting is designed for practioners.

It is envisioned to be a 2-3 day affair and it will feature several speakers. These Regional Meetings can be independent of any other meeting, in other words a stand alone meeting, or they can be attached to a local, national or another type of societal meeting. They will be in a lecture format rather than a hands-on program.

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How to apply for a Regional Meeting:

  • A host nation contacts the Secretary General requesting a Regional Meeting.
  • The host nation has to be a National Society member.
  • The planned meeting needs to attract an audience of at least 150* persons who were not previously IAPD members. 
  • IAPD will cover airfare and hotel expense for speakers.
  • The full registration fee of the regional meeting includes an IAPD individual membership. Participants receive a two-year IAPD membership with journal, reduced admission fees to meetings and all other membership privilegess. Current IAPD individual members in good standing wil be offered a reduced registration fee to the regional meeting.  

The Regional Meetings are designed to be a win-win situation for both the host and our organization. Education is provided to the host. IAPD is strengthened through increased membership. There are many more details but this briefly describes the new outreach program. Interested persons should contact Dr.Ari Kupietzky, Secretary General by email.

Specific circumstances may be presented to the Secretary General for special consideration

 

The International Association of Paediatric Dentistry (IAPD) is a non-profit organization founded in 1969, with the objective to contribute to the progress and promotion of oral health for children around the globe.

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IAPD has now 64 National Member Societies and represents more than 15,000 dentists.

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