at 10 Yarra St Level 3, Melbourne, 3141 Australia
The Australian Dental Association Victorian Branch (ADAVB) is the voice of dentistry in Victoria. The ADAVB is the professional association for dentists in Victoria, providing support, services, professional development and information to members as well as government representation, ensuring the maintenance of dentistry practice standards for the benefit and protection of the public and dental staff.
The Australian Dental Association Victorian Branch Inc. (ADAVB) was formed in 1928. A not-for-profit professional membership organisation, the ADAVB’s role is to support and advocate on behalf of dentists to build a stronger voice for the profession, and to promote the oral health of Victorians.
Opposite South Yarra train station.
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It’s been a huge two days at the ADAVB Convention with delegates hearing from a tremendous line up of local and international presenters, a special appearance by The Hon. David Davis, Health Minister, plus the ADIA Dental Show. Special thanks to both Guild Insurance and the ADIA for supporting this year’s Convention.
ADA testify on dental workforce oversupply and risk of reduced focus on preventive oral health initiatives http://ow.ly/2JutKY
The countdown is on. There’s only four days left to take advantage of the early bird rate for the ADAVB Convention: Evolution and Revolution in Dentistry. Make sure you register to get the discount rate http://adavbcpd.net/registration/
Are you a recent graduate and looking for a job? Already employed but still keen to brush up on your presentation skills? The ADAVB is holding two essential lectures on Saturday 9 August – Job Interview Skills and Public Speaking Skills. Each lecture contributes to 4 non-scientific CPD hours. For more information check out the ADAVB CPD and Training Calendar and click on each of the lecture descriptions http://bit.ly/1iwUTnh
ADAVB supports the ADA's Time2Switch campaign which aims to highlight the issues members and patients experience with private health insurers.
Had an experience with a health fund that you're not happy with?
Complete a health fund incident report and send it back to us.
Visit time2switch/Make-a-Complaint to sign an online letter of complaint to the Private Health Insurance Ombudsman.
Patients who are unsatisfied with their dental rebates can visit www.ada.org.au/rebates to sign an online letter of complaint to the Private Health Insurance Ombudsman.
A major achievement of the Time2Switch campaign was the Senate Inquiry into PHI, on 31 October 2017.
The ADA put forward a strong position to end discriminatory rebates and improve transparency.
The Inquiry report, published in December, was a major win for dental patients and practitioners.