ADA NT Christmas Conference with Dr Geraldine Moses and Cocktail Party
Saturday, 12 November 2016 from 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM (ACST)
San Francisco, California, USA
London, United Kingdom
We are delighted to invite you to the annual Australian Dental Association Northern Territory (ADANT) end-of year event, which is taking place this year on the 12th of November 2016.
The event will combine a daytime educational seminar and trade display, followed by an evening of entertainment with the ADANT’s famous themed cocktail party.
This year the party will take place at Crocosaurus Cove with the theme 'Under the Sea'. Costumes are encouraged (but are not essential) with prizes to be won!
The Cocktail Event is for the whole dental team, everyone is welcome! Tickets price is $77, which includes food and drinks. The party will start from 7pm onwards.
The ADANT is looking forward to welcome you to our annual end of year celebration!
Dr Geraldine Moses, from the ADA's Pharma Advice, will present the full day lecture, providing us with a pharmacological update. She will address the following topics:
- Latest guidelines for antibiotic prophylaxis
- Give an update on new anticoagulants and antiplatelet drugs
- What should dental operators know about complementary medication
- Adverse drug reactions in the oral cavity
- Drugs that impair bone healing – beyond bisphosphonates
When purchasing a ticket for the CPD event, a ticket for the Christmas Cocktail Party - "Under the Sea" at Crocosaurus Cove is included. Make sure you tick the right box to include this ticket!
Dr Geraldine Moses
BPharm DClinPharm AdvPracPharm AdjAssocProf (UQ)
FPS FACP MSHP AACPA MRPharmS (UK)
Geraldine Moses is a doctor of clinical pharmacy, specialising in drug information. She is based part-time at the Mater Public Hospital in Brisbane and also holds the position of Adjunct Associate Professor with the School of Pharmacy at the University of Queensland. She consults to various organisations such as the Department of Veterans Affairs, NPS Medicinewise and the Australian Association of Consultant Pharmacists, and regularly provides continuing professional education to pharmacists, doctors, dentists, nurses, optometrists, around Australia.
Geraldine first started providing education to dentists in 1997. In 2010, ADAQ invited her to provide a drug information advisory service for members which expanded into a national service called “Pharma-Advice” in 2013 and has since handled over 2000 enquiries. She also writes a regular column for the national ADA News Bulletin and NZDA News. For her contributions to the dental profession, in November 2013 Geraldine was honoured with ADAQ’s Award of Merit.