October e-News

ACFF Global Expert Panel Meeting

The IAPD is proud to announce that our Secretary General, Dr Ari Kupietzky, participated at the annual ACFF Global Expert Panel Meeting on Friday 4th October 2019 in Washington, USA. The event, as is customary, covered much ground around the numerous global developments of the ACFF, as well as enabling discussion, reflection and planning for the future.

Did you see the infographic made by ACFF and IAPD with recommendations from the Early Childhood Caries: IAPD Bangkok Declaration to reduce the prevalence and burden of Early Childhood Caries worldwide? We welcome you to use and distribute the infographic.

Click here to view the infographic

IAPD & WHO | The Foundation of Future Collaboration

The IAPD President, Prof Marcelo Bönecker, and Secretary General, Dr Ari Kupietzky, had a productive meeting with Oral Health Programme Officer, Dr Benoit Varenne, from World Health Organization during the month of September. The discussion was encouraging, and we look forward to future collaboration with the WHO.


IAPD Invitations: EAPD & PDAA 2020

It looks like 2020 will be a busy year for the IAPD: we have been invited to both the 15th Congress of the European Academy of Paediatric Dentistry from 1-4 July 2020 in Hamburg and to the 12th Biennial Congress of the Pediatric Dentistry Association of Asia from 12-14 June 2020 in Seoul, Korea. See you there!

Have You Booked Your ticket to Taipei?

The IAPD 2nd Global Summit will take place in Taipei, Taiwan from 6-8 November 2020. The IAPD Bangkok Declaration on Early Childhood Caries was a great success. Don’t miss the opportunity to be part of new, exciting scientific ventures at the IAPD.

See the preliminary programme here.

Save the Date: 28th IAPD Congress | June 9-12, 2021

Plan to join us for the 28th IAPD Congress hosted by the Dutch Society of Paediatric Dentistry (NVvK) in Maastricht. With its Roman history and maze of tunnels, Maastricht is a member of the “Most Ancient European Towns Network”, offering a wide range of cultural activities and sights to explore during your visit. The event will be held on June 9-12, 2021 and will give you the opportunity to gather with over 1200 delegates from around 70 countries, in order to discover the latest research findings in different fields of paediatric dentistry, as well as network with the specialty’s top academics and practitioners.

Click here to view the congress website.

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