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The Oregon Oral Health Coalition’s (OrOHC) 13th Annual Fall Conference – Student Discounts Available!
November 1, 2018 - November 2, 2018
The Oregon Oral Health Coalition’s (OrOHC) 13th Annual Fall Conference
Conversations for Change: Catalysts in innovation and Integration
Hilton DoubleTree Hotel (Lloyd Center) in Portland, Oregon
Thursday & Friday, November 1-2, 2018.
Two-Day Pass: $225 | One-Day Pass: $125 | Student Two-Day Pass: $100/ Student One-Day Pass: $50
This statewide conference is the premier dental and oral public health event for organizations, medical and dental providers, businesses, public health workers, and local communities partnering together to build a stronger, healthier Oregon.
Thanks to the sponsorship of OHSU Schools of Dentistry and Medicine, this is an opportunity to earn CME and CDE credits with NO ADDITIONAL CHARGE FOR CERTIFICATES!
Workshops will be divided among Clinical, Public Health and Nonclinical/Local Coalitions tracts.
There are one-day and two-day passes available.
Dr. Marko Vujicic | Dr. Frank Franklin II | Mary Otto | Paul Schmitz
Patrick Allen | Dr. Dana Hargunani | Dr. Barry Taylor | Dr. Bobak Ghaheri | Dr. Jeremy Horst
Tera Bianchi | Annette Leong | Dr. Ed Feil | Dr. Jane Grover | Dr. Mary Williard | Dr. Lyle McClellan
Ariel Singer | Dr. Teri Pettersen | Sandra DeVita | Molly Perino | Kyle Issacs | Bianca Rogers
Kelli Jaecks | Amanda Wheeler-Kay | Francis Walsh | Dr. Jeff Hummel
- Guest of Honor and Oral Health Advocate Senator Steiner Hayward
- A Book Signing: Health Journalist and Author Mary Otto signing copies of her book, Teeth: The Story of Beauty, Inequality and the Struggle for Oral Health in America
- Oregon Health Authority Director Pat Allen and Chief Medical Officer Dr. Dana Hargunani presenting on Oral Health in the State of Oregon and CCO 2.0.
- Evening reception Guest of Honor and Oral Health Advocate Senator Steiner Hayward
- Video presentations from Oral Health Coalitions from all over the State
- Three separate panel discussions – Oral Health as a Social Justice issue, Workforce Pathways to Access, and Oral Health for Seniors