Join us for the 2017 Oral Health Florida Conference in Orlando, July 26-28, 2017: Oral Health Florida Bridges The Gap From Children To Seniors
This year, Oral Health Florida members and guests will be treated to a discussion or important oral health issues for both seniors and children. We are all invited to the Florida Department of Health programs on Thursday morning covering a number of important public health issues including community water fluoridation. In the afternoon, we will have presentations about senior oral health with an important presentation by Tina Montgomery about the Oral Health America Wisdom Tooth Project and the mounting effort to include on oral health benefit in Medicare. This will be followed by a session about advocacy for oral health for seniors and then a group of short “Best Practices” presentations. Bright and early Friday morning, we will shift our focus to children’s oral health. Following a presentation on the sad status of children’s oral health in Florida, we will hear the DentaQuest Foundation. We will then learn about some best practices for school health programs from Donna Behrens from the School Health Alliance, followed by an exciting presentation by Dr. Peter Milgrom from the University of Washington; his talk will focus on new technologies including use of silver diamine fluoride. We will end the morning with a presentation by Meg Booth from the Children’s Dental Health Project about improving our advocacy for children’s oral health. Lunch, recognitions and awards follow and then a very important business meeting about upcoming and exciting proposed changes in how Oral Health Florida operates. We look forward to seeing you all there.
See our packed program and special networking events.
Program: 2017 OHF Conference Schedule.pdf
Hotel: The Florida Hotel and Conference Center, 1500 Sand Lake Rd, Orlando, FL
Hotel Rate: $105
Hotel ROOM BLOCK LINK: FPHA - July 2017
Exhibitors and Sponsors: 2017 OHF Exhibitor Contract-FINAL.pdf
Register for the Meals you Plan to Attend
OHF is continually working to improve your conference experience and keep registration expenses as low as possible. In an effort to reduce waste and minimize expenses, we are requiring all registered attendees to indicate the meals they plan to attend during the conference.
All conference functions are business casual attire. Please keep in mind that meeting room temperatures vary. You may want to bring a jacket or sweater to all sessions.
Cancellations received Monday, July 17, 2017, or later will not be refunded. No exceptions.