Program – ADOHTA 2021

Program

Please note the below program may be subject to change.

Program times are listed in Australian Western Standard Time. To calculate program times for your timezone, you can use the TimeZone Converter HERE.

Thursday 2 September

1300-1345 Pre-Conference Workshop Registration | Studio Foyer
Pre-Conference Workshops
ROOM The Studio Studio 2
1345-1545 Enhancing Your Oral Health Practice: effectively implementing the new periodontal classification system for better patient outcomes
Cathy Snelling & Sophie Karanicolas
Stainless Steel Crown and Strip Crown Simulation-based Workshop
Denise Higgins & Brenda Ryan
1545-1605 Afternoon Tea | Studio Foyer
1600-1830 Conference Registration | Astral Foyer
ROOM The Studio Studio 2
1605-1715 Enhancing Your Oral Health Practice: effectively implementing the new periodontal classification system for better patient outcomes
Cathy Snelling & Sophie Karanicolas
Stainless Steel Crown and Strip Crown Simulation-based Workshop
Denise Higgins & Brenda Ryan
1730-1830 Welcome Reception – Astral 1
Welcome to Country | John McGuire
Welcome to the conference | Hellene Platell, Conference Organising Committee Academic Chair (WA)

 

Friday 3 September

0730 Registration Opens | Astral Foyer
Opening Session 
ROOM Astral 3
Chair Amy Dawson
 0830 – 0900 Amy Dawson | ADOHTA Conference Organising Committee Chair 
Nicole Stormon |
ADOHTA President
Dr Soniya Nanda |
WA Chief Dental Officer
Jill Walker
Michelle Rodwell 
0900-1000 Minimal Intervention Dentistry: a patient-centred approach in managing dental caries
Professor Hien Ngo
1000-1045 Is there a role for Minimally Invasive Treatment approaches in managing Early Childhood Caries?
Dr Peter Arrow & team members – Susan Piggott, Jane King, Deborah Arrow, Di Winston, Ann McCann and Sheryl Carter
1045-1115 Morning Tea & Exhibition | Astral 1
 ROOM Astral 3
 Chair: Juliana Twyford
1115-1200 Is there a role for Minimally Invasive Treatment approaches in managing Early Childhood Caries? Continued
Dr Peter Arrow & team members – Susan Piggott, Jane King, Deborah Arrow, Di Winston, Ann McCann and Sheryl Carter
1200-1300 Aces and Cases in Oral Medicine
Dr Amanda Phoon Nguyen
1300-1400 Lunch & Exhibition | Astral 1
ROOM Astral 3
Chair: Jude Ottaway
1400-1500 Sitting up straight – myth or fact?
Dr JP Caneiro

1500-1530 Afternoon Tea & Exhibition | Astral 1
 ROOM Astral 3
Chair: Jude Ottaway
1530-1630 What is consent anyway, and how do I know if I have got it?
Dr Annalene Weston | Sponsored by Dental Protection
1900-2330 Gala Awards Dinner | Astral 3
Celebrating 50 years of Dental Therapy as a profession in WA
Oral Health Practitioner of the Year Announced 

 

Saturday 4 September

0800-0945 Breakfast AGM & Presentation – Members only | Astral 2
Chair: Robyn Riley
Living without Limits 
Rebecca Johnson
0930 Registration Opens | Astral Foyer
ROOM Astral 3
Chair: Truc Luu
1000-1100 Minimal Intervention Dentistry: preservation and restoration of tooth structure
Professor Hien Ngo
1100-1130 Morning Tea & Exhibition | Astral 1
ROOM Astral 3
Chair: Truc Luu
1130-1215 Becoming health literate
Dr Linda Stein
1215-1300 Oh NO, another oral health behaviour modification presentation!
Dr Mario Rui Araujo
1300-1400 Lunch & Exhibition | Astral 1
1400-1520 Concurrent Session
Stream 1 – Clinical Stream 2 – Interprofessional
ROOM Astral 2 Astral 3
Chair: Rachel Martin Taryn Clark
1400-1420
The importance of context in improving child oral health: a conceptual model 
Dr Nicole Stormon
The potential for student-driven partnerships and health promotion co-production to enhance community oral health literacy 
Kyla Burman & Dr Jennifer Gray
1420-1440 The Queensland Birth Cohort Study for Early Childhood Caries (ECC): Results at 7 Years 
Leigh Harrison-Barry
Interprofessional collaborative education and practice in rural oral health clinical placement 
Dr Jennifer Gray & Kyla Burman
1440-1500 Correlation between bitter and sweet taste perception and self-reported oral hygiene habits and oral health 
Kiranjit Kaur
How prepared are newly qualified dental practitioners for practice in Australia? 
Prof. Julie Satur & Mark Ford
1500-1520 Remote Dental Monitoring for orthodontic patients at Perth Children’s Hospital
Judith Ottaway
Is clinical experience and enjoyment enough for dental students on a rural clinical placement?
Caroline Koedyk
1520-1550 Afternoon Tea & Exhibition | Astral 1
ROOM Astral 3
Chair: Sharron Martin & Amanda Rae-Bennett
1550-1620 Enabler for interprofessional practice being commonalities across the National Registration and Accreditation Scheme – shared codes, standards and guidelines
Dr Murray Thomas |
Chair of the Dental Board of Australia
1620-1650 Representatives of the associations in the International Oral Health Association 
1650-1700 Conference Closing Session & Farewell
Hellene Platell |
ADOHTA Conference Organising Committee Academic Chair

Posters

Mrs Karen Smart & Ms Leonie Short  CQUniversity Bachelor Oral Health Graduates: Where are they now 2014 – 2018

Ms Rhonda SmithManagement of non-vital primary teeth: an alternative treatment regime using Odontopaste.

Ms Margaret PukallusImproving access to oral health care for newly arrived refugee families, breaking down the barriers.

Mrs Leigh Harrison-BarryAn oral health referral pathway for vulnerable young people in care; a collaborative interprofessional approach.

Ms Alison DickinsonDisrupting intergenerational cycles of oral health disadvantage: a case for change in Queensland’s public sector

Mrs Leigh Harrison-Barry – Improving health outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children by establishing a dental home.