November 17-19, 2004
Wednesday, November 17, 2004
9:00-10:00 Curriculum Development Task Force
Only those involved in review and development are expected to attend these sessions, but others are welcome.
10:00-12:30 Strategic Planning: Follow-up and report
on activities projected at 2003 SAID Annual Seminar
2:00-4:00 Meetings as scheduled by committee chair
2:00-5:00 Auxiliary Roundtable Session- All are invited to bring topics to this round table discussion
Pat Britt, RDH - Wilson, NC
Patty Doyle, RDH - Seattle,WA
Judith Corbin, RDH- Thomasville, GA
6:00-8:00 President's Reception
Renaissance Asheville Hotel
Asheville, North Carolina
Thursday, November 18, 2004
8:30-8:45 Welcome and Opening Remarks from the President
President of SAID - David Itzkoff, DDS - Chicago, IL
8:45-10:15 "New CDC Infection Control Guidelines - an Open Forum"
Howard Blair, DDS and Doug Veazey, DDS- Morganton, NC
10:30-12:00 "Update on Host Modulation therapy for Periodontal Treatment in the DD Patient"
Tom Butler, DMD - West Caldwell, NJ
1:30-3:00 "CEREC One- Visit- Cam Restorations"
Robert Leonetti, DMD- Berlin, NJ
John Thurber, DMD - Berlin, NJ
Brian Rule CDA/RDA - Berlin, NJ
3:15-4:15 "Practical Considerations in Treating Patients with Autism"
Tom McIver DDS - Chapel Hinn, NC
4:15-5:00 "New Drug Therapies for Treating Mental Illness"
Joyce Leonetti, DO - Berlin, NJ
5:00-6:00 Exhibits and Door Prizes
Friday, November 19, 2004
8:00-8:15 Opening Remarks -
President of SAID - David Itzkoff, DDS- Chocago, IL
8:15-8:45 "Recent Articles on Dental Care for Persons with Disabilities"
Scott Monroe,DDS- Milledgeville, GA
8:45-9:45 "Systemic Manifestations of Oral Health Disorders"
Carlton Horbelt, DDS - Arlington, TN
10:15-11:15 Pearls " (Be sure to bring your "pearls of knowledge")
Moderator, Mary tepper, DMD - Florence,SC
11:00-12:00 SAID Business Meeting -
President David Itzkoff presiding
Don't Forget Your "Pearls"
Again this year we will present the "pearls" you have gathered over your experiences. In a 3-8 minute presentation please share these "pearls" of wisdom and insight. It can be verbal, written, or audio-visual. The "pearl" can be from any aspect of your program.