Dentistry for the Modern Age
Whether you’re a dentist or a dental educator, this
workshop offers an engaging, interactive opportunity to hone your skills
by participating in one of two streams.
- How to Provide Excellent Care: Designed for
dentists who want to apply the latest scientific evidence to patient
care, this stream reviews the most current clinical recommendations from
the ADA and provides dentists with the tools needed to incorporate
this—and future—research into practice.
- How to Teach Evidence-Based Dentistry: Designed
for educators, this stream covers pedagogical best practices for
instilling students with the curious mind-set needed to provide
This workshop will be held May 16–19, 2018, at ADA headquarters in Chicago. Learn more
How to Conduct and Publish Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses: A Hands-On Workshop
This workshop offers instruction from experts in the field of dental research, including the editor of the Journal of the American Dental Association. Attendees will gain insight into the entire process of writing a systematic review through the use of interactive activities that illustrate how to search for evidence, assess the quality of this evidence, and structure a manuscript. Learn more
Past EBD Champions Conferences provided dental practitioners with an overview of the basics of EBD, including instruction on how to implement EBD into practice and mentor colleagues in EBD principles. Presentations from these conferences are available on the ADA's Center for ADA website. Access presentations.
EBD Custom Workshops
Custom workshops are designed to fit the specific EBD needs of your organization. We recognize that programming often requires a tailored approach. Organizations that have participated in an EBD Custom Workshop include Loma Linda University School of Dentistry, SUNY Stony Brook, and University of Texas at Houston. For more information, check out this promotional flyer or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Hear Dr. Leif Bakland describe the custom EBD workshop for faculty at Loma Linda University on the ADA Science Podcast.