Continuing Dental Education
Working to meet dental professionals' needs
Our Office of Continuing Professional Education (CPE) provides outstanding educational opportunities for dental professionals. We work closely with faculty, dental and dental hygiene societies and professionals in private practice to design programs to meet the dental community's needs.
Each year, we offer programs by local and international experts. The programs are both lecture and participation format and are designed to maximize attendees' learning opportunities.
If you're interested in seeing a particular topic or presenter at the Faculty of Dentistry, we welcome your suggestions. Please contact us at (902) 494-1674 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
2018-2019 Continuing Dental Education Program
The CE calender will be available online in mid-July.
CE Course registration form [PDF 28KB]
Faculty of Dentistry Homecoming Weekend - 2018
September 27 to 29, 2018
Dentistry Homecoming Events
Saturday, September 29, 2018 | Continuing Dental Education - CE Day
Come home to Dal Dentistry and a special 200th anniversary Homecoming Weekend. During the homecoming evening, the Faculty of Dentistry is hold a full day of continuing education sessions, presented by alumni. Sessions include:
Plenary Session: The role of dentists in the opioid crisis: a panel discussion, Drs. Maureen Allen, James Brady, Chris Lee, John Fraser
- Children living with autism and early childhood dental caries: Chronic disease management, Drs. Isabelle Chase and Tracy Doyle
- Communicating with limited English proficiency patients and discovering new worlds of oral pathology in new Canadians, Dr. Sara Gordon and Prof. Heather Doucette
- Oral manifestation of systematic diseases - the mouth as the window into the body, Dr. Carol Anne Murdoch-Kinch
- Preventing impacted maxillary canines in 9 to 10 year-old patients & care of patients with cleft lip and palate, Drs. Jean-Charles Doucet and Kathy Russell
- Approach to interpetations of cone beam computed tonograph and clinical pharmacology, Drs. Curtis Gregoire and Chris Lee
- The millennial patient and the colourful world of piercing and other bod mods, Drs. Sara Gordon and Sachin Seth
- What is current in dental hygiene practice?: Short presentations, Prof. Heather Doucette, Prof. Kim Haslam, Prof. Teanne MacCallum
- Facial Trauma, Dr. James Brady
Thursday, September 27 and Friday, September 28, 2018
Other Faculty of Dentistry homecoming events that you may wish to participate are the grand opening of the new clinic, clinic tours, the White Coat ceremony, JD McLean lecture, and the Faculty of Dentistry Homecoming Celebration Dinner.
Dalhousie CE on the road
Join the Faculty of Dentistry for Continuing Dental Education events in St. John's NL, Saint this fall. We look forward to seeing you there.
- Saturday, October 13, 2018 | Paediatric Dentistry Update -2 2018, Dr. Ross Anderson
- Saturday, October 20, 2018 | Comtempary fixed prosthodontics, Dr. Pierre-Luc Michaud
Special 2-day CE course
Obstructive sleep apnea: A multi-health disciplinary approach with emphasis on oral appliances, Drs. Fernanda Almeida and Reg Goodday
Course cancellation policy
Dalhousie University’s Faculty of Dentistry reserves the right to cancel any course if there is not sufficient registration or there are circumstances beyond our control. In the event of a cancellation, please submit your request for a refund by fax or email.
Registration withdrawal policy
If you are withdrawing your registration from a course, notify us by fax or email before the early bird deadline date. All course withdrawals are subject to a $50 processing fee, with the exception of the local anesthesia course, which is subject to a $100 processing fee. No refunds will be issued when participants withdraw their registration after the early bird date.
Occasionally a photographer may be present at courses and take photographs of instructors and attendees for marketing and advertising purposes. Participants who do not wish to be photographed should inform a Continuing Dental Education staff member.