Members of DCDHA will be attending the International Symposium of Dental Hygiene in Brisbane, Australia. We'd love your support as we continue breaking barriers to oral health.
We are excited to share that the District of Columbia Dental Hygienists’ Association will be attending the 2019 International Symposium on Dental Hygiene. This year’s empowering convention will be held in Brisbane, Australia from August 14-17. Delegates from more than 32 countries will be attending the symposium.
If you’re wondering how we chose this international symposium, the answer is simple. Dental hygienists are progressively impacting the world! Through education, advocacy, research and clinical care, the importance of oral health has been shared by the works of dental hygienists. Vast communities have been reached, reducing health disparities and improving access to dental care. While many programs have been implemented and more of the public is understanding the link between the oral cavity and the body, there is much more work to be done.
As leaders of DCDHA, we are committed to pouring our resources, knowledge and service into all communities. Not only serving the people of the public, but also fellow dental hygienists. We are constantly investing in our profession by staying abreast new advancements and policies in dental care. We are learning and building with dental professionals nationwide to understand the barriers they face within their cities and states in establishing healthier community initiatives. Our aspirations to building new relationships with dental hygienists worldwide is strong, which is why we need your help.
In preparation for our week- long trip to Brisbane, Australia, we are asking for support to cover the costs of symposium registration, travel and lodging. With your generous donation, we will be able to reach our goal of $6,300. Would you be willing to give to our cause? No contribution is too small. Your donation makes it possible for the DCDHA leadership to continue the works of becoming boundless health care providers, capable of reaching all communities in order to break the barriers to oral health.
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