November 2-4, 2011
Wednesday, November 2, 2011
8:30-12:00 Strategic Planning Session Task Force
(all welcome to attend)
12:00-1:30 Lunch on your ownSARAH BRADSHAW FORUM
1:30 Annual Seminar Welcome - David Itzkoff
1:30-3:30 Eliminating Disparities in Access to Healthcare for Americans with Neurodevelopmental Disorders and Intellectual Disabilities The first hour will be a detailed review to trace the origin of these disparities. The second hour will focus on models cited nationally in resolving these problems.
Henry Hood, DMD (Dr Hood is Cofounder and Director of Clinics & Research, Underwood and Lee Clinic, Louisville, KY)
3:45-5:00 SAID Annual Dental Review An update of all the literature pertaining to Special Needs Patients in the past year. What new literature out there don't you know about that could change the way that you practice?
Dr Bob Henry,DMD, MPH and Doug Vazey, DMD (Drs. Henry and Vazey are SAID members & former officers.)
5:30-9:00 President's Reception & Door Prizes All members and Attendees are welcome! New members and attendees will be recognized! Don't forget to bring a door prize from your home area!
Thursday, November 3, 2011
8:00-6:00 Exhibits and Registration open all day
8:00-9:00 Delux Continental Breakfast
9:00 Opening Comments and introduction.
Dr David Itzkoff, SAID President
9:00-12:15 Physical Evaluation and Risk Management; Oral Lesions that could come back to bite you; Salivary biomarkers- what's on the horizon.
A review of the diagnostic process for common oral lesions, and therapies for these lesions. Dr Craig Miller, DMD, MS KEYNOTE SPEAKER (Dr Miller is professor of Oral Medecine, UK College of Dentistry and Medicine University Provost distinguished service Professor, Past President of the American Academy of Oral Medicine and Editor of Tripple OOO(Surgery, Medicine, Pathology))
12:00-1:30 Lunch (for all participants) and Business Meeting
1:30-4:45 Salivary Gland Dysfunction: Participants will learn the different aspects of salivary gland disfunction including etiology, clinical presentation, differential diagnosis and treatment options.
Juan F. Yepes, DDS, MD, MPH (Dr Yepes is a pediactric dental resident at UK College of Dentistry, where he was an Associate Professor of Oral Medicine and Radiology until his residency began. He is Board Certified by the Academy of Oral Medecine, and by the American Board of Dental Public Health.)
5:30-7:00 Students Invited for Table Clinic Competion
7:00 Dinner (local restaurants)
Sign-ups in Lobby for attendees
Friday, November 4, 2011
7:00-8:15 Healthy Start Continential Breakfast
8:15-10:15 Research among Intellectually and/or Developmentlly Disabled Persons: This presentation will review scientific research findings published by the author, as well as related studies. Practical suggestions will be provided for dental practitioners who care for people with special needs.
Catherine Binkley, DDS, MSPH, PhD (Dr. Binkley is an Associate Professor at the University of Louisville and conducts research in oral health disparities among disadvantaged and vulnerable populations,)
Relationships between oral conditions and respiratory issues
Genetic factors in dental fear and anxiety
Improving the oral health of disadvantaged populations
10:30-11:30 Pearls and Problems - Practical tips and advice to facilitate the delivery of dental care for the special needs patient, solutions or issues on any topic dealing with Special Needs Patients are also enchouraged.
Dr Bobby Turner is the Dental Director for the Eastern Central Regional Hospitalin Gracewood, Georgia
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.(Participants can e-mail their Pearls prior to the meeting to Bobby Turner at email@example.com )