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Eyes of TDHA on Texas Legislature
TDHA supports Texas Hy-Pac and informs legislators of current dental hygiene issues, learn how to get involved....
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Working with dental industry leaders
TDHA members bring lessons learned in the work place to TDHA members..
Privileges of ADHA Membership
Outstanding Networking Opportunities
Each member of ADHA is automatically a member of the national association, the state association (constituent), and local society (component) where applicable. Each segment has its specific role in your success. Members meet regularly to exchange ideas, information, and share experiences.
20% Discount on Self-Study Continuing Education Programs
These courses keep you up to date on the latest scientific trends in your profession, and present the most current theories and techniques in dental hygiene practice.
The Journal of Dental Hygiene brings you the latest scientific and technical information affecting clinical practice, education, and research. $35 value.
Up-to-the-Minute News and Information
Access, ADHA's professional magazine, focuses on current issues in health care, dental hygiene practice, and legislative developments. $45 value.
To protect you from the unexpected, ADHA offers insurance programs such as group health, disability, automobile, and term life, as well as a signature loan by mail service and VISA/MasterCard program.
ADHA offers state employment referral services, national classified advertising, and employment reference materials to help you move ahead in your career.
ADHA's legislative efforts monitor and impact government activities that influence the practice of dental hygiene and protect your role as a provider of oral health care.
ADHA is the largest association that represents the interests of the dental hygiene profession. ADHA recognizes you as a provider of quality oral health care and represents you in the professional community. It is a strong, united organization that guides the development of dental hygiene practice and helps enhance and protect your status as an oral health care provider. Through your association, you can achieve goals that you could not achieve alone.
ADHA membership opens the door to many opportunities for professional recognition and growth. Leadership opportunities are present on every level of membership, and valuable friendships can be made along the way.
Faye Haggard - TDHA Future Leader Award
Membership verification can be done at any time by telephoning Member Services at 800/243-2342, or by fax at 312/467-1806, or by email at email@example.com. Please allow one business day for all fax and email verification lists. Due to the high volume of phone calls received each day in Member Services, please limit phone verifications to ten (10) or fewer members.
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Final Update: 5 Dec 2014