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  Dental TeamWork Newsletter  Popular

A pilot newsletter for dental office staff, featuring articles aimed at helping Canadian Dental Association (CDA) members maintain a viable practice environment (in PDF format). This newsletter is published by the CDA as a member service. To learn more about CDA member services,
Added on: Dec 13, 2002 | Version: 02SepOct | File size: 98 bytes | Downloads: 876 | Comments: 0
   


  Speech delivered by CDA Director of Corporate & Government Relations re NPACT Financial Report  Popular

Speech delivered by Andrew Jones, CDA Director of Corporate & Government Relations, re: NPACT Finance Report to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance Pre-Budget Consultation (October 31, 2002)
Added on: Nov 06, 2002 | File size: 108 bytes | Downloads: 480 | Comments: 0
   


  NPACT Report to the CDA's House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance  Popular

National Professional Association Coalition NPACT Report to the Candian Dental Association's House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance Pre-Budget Consultation. (October 24, 2002)
Added on: Nov 06, 2002 | File size: 135 bytes | Downloads: 442 | Comments: 0
   


  CDA President's Report to Finance Committee  Popular

Speech delivered October 31, 2002, by Dr. Tom Breneman, CDA President, to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance Pre-Budget Consultation
Added on: Nov 06, 2002 | File size: 91 bytes | Downloads: 1264 | Comments: 0
   


  Canada Dental Association Pre-Budget Brief Oct 31, 2002  Popular

Brief given by Canadian Dental Association (CDA) president, Tom Breneman to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance Pre-Budget Consultation on October 31, 2002.
Added on: Nov 06, 2002 | File size: 209 bytes | Downloads: 476 | Comments: 0
   


  Report: Do Canadian Dentists Find Dental Research Useful?  Popular

The aim of this joint CDAOIMHA study was to investigate what Canadian dentists think about the utility of dental research. A questionnaire was sent to all dentists in Canada with the December 2001 edition of JCDA. By April 1, 2002, 2,788 questionnaires, representing a response rate of approximately 16%, had been returned. In this first article in a 3-part series, we address the theme of research utility. The results show that 82% of respondents think that dental research has an important or very important impact on the dental health of Canadians. Furthermore, 98% of respondents claim to have modi?ed an element of their clinical practice after having been informed of some research results. (October 2002)
Added on: Oct 29, 2002 | File size: 89 bytes | Downloads: 416 | Comments: 0
   



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