The 2017 ADEA BFACA Meeting’s robust agenda has been organized to provide ample time for networking, and there is sure to be something for everyone—from our community of business and clinic administrators to all current and aspiring leaders in dental education. View the Full Agenda The meeting will stay true to this year’s theme, Charting the Course and Setting SAIL, by taking a deep dive into:
Success models for new and updated programs, clinical assessment, faculty calibration and Lean/Kaizen CQI.
Administration essentials including infection control, faculty and staff development, HR concerns and clinic income.
Innovations highlighting new programs, patient screening, the role of mindset and technologies.
Leadership topics including resilient leadership, change management and disruptive change.
Log in using the button above. The password is “BFACA2017.”
Then, scroll your cursor over the "Presentations" tab on the left, and browse the conference content by session, date, title, course or speaker!
Please note: The schedule is subject to change. PowerPoint presentations and resource materials are made available once they are received from presenters.
After participation in this program, attendees will be able to:
Discuss the need to address wellness and resilience in the health professions.
Describe and practice actions to increase wellness and resilience in themselves and others.
Summarize the use of the Lytle and Skurow Classification tool to rapidly analyze patient treatment needs.
Recognize how feedback may affect the productivity and success of students.
Explore “hot topics" in dental education as they relate to business, financial and clinic administration and consider possible solutions at their institutions.
Describe how precise national financial data reports on dental school clinics can lead schools to increased efficiency.
Describe the infection control auditing process at one institution.
Identify CDC recommendations for common infection control violations.
Create a plan to incorporate practice management assessment into the clinical assessment of their own institutions.
Explain the importance of communicating the “why” before starting a continuous quality improvement (CQI) journey.
Describe the behaviors required to create a continuous learning environment that fosters long-term, sustainable results.
Realize why disruptive change is needed in dental education.
Gain techniques for leading positive disruption at their own institutions.
The American Dental Education Association is an ADA CERP Recognized Provider. ADA CERP is a service of the American Dental Association to assist dental professionals in identifying quality providers of continuing dental education. ADA CERP does not approve or endorse individual courses or instructors, nor does it imply acceptance of credit hours by boards of dentistry. The American Dental Education Association designates this activity for 12.0 continuing education credits. Continuing education (CE) credit is awarded for participation in individual designated educational sessions and not for overall 2017 ADEA BFACA Meeting attendance. All speakers agree that neither they nor members of their immediate family have any financial relationships with commercial entities that may be relevant to their presentation