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The Evidence-Based Dentistry Champions 2.0 Conference: Implementing Science in Practice, the annual ADA event scheduled for May 9-10, has a new approach in 2014—a little something for everyone.

Handy help in the form of the new ADA Oral Pathologist app is available for aiding in the diagnosis of lesions, papules, nodules, ulcers, vesicles and many other possible oral pathology conditions.

Annapolis, Md.—An online survey announced Jan. 28 by the Organization for Safety, Asepsis and Prevention invites anonymous and voluntary responses from private practice dentists about the use of exposure control plans for reducing the risk of exposure to potentially infectious materials.

Kansas City, Mo.—2013 was a championship season for TeamSmile, the Kansas City-based nonprofit dental organization that creates connections between children's service groups, dental professionals and professional sports organizations to provide care and education to underserved children nationwide.

Atlanta—Bringing two great access to care programs together for one special day, the Georgia Dental Association joined together with TeamSmile and the ADA's Give Kids A Smile program to host a special TeamSmile/Give Kids A Smile program Dec. 6, 2013, at Fair Street Elementary School. 

The ADA Foundation is accepting applications for the Samuel Harris Fund for Children's Dental Health Grant Program. Applications are due April 11.

St. Louis—Participants of the seventh U.S. National Oral Health Alliance's leadership colloquium will gather April 7-8 at the Renaissance St. Louis Grand Hotel.

The ADA Foundation Feb. 6 announced the recipients of its 2013 Predoctoral Dental Student Scholarship Program and Underrepresented Minority Dental Student Scholarship Program.

Chapel Hill, N.C.—In its first Give Kids a Smile event on campus, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill on Feb. 7 provided free dental care to nearly 100 children ages 3-5 years old.

Washington—Let's hear it for Give Kids A Smile corporate sponsors, ADA President Dr. Charles Norman said at a DC Dental Society Foundation reception Feb. 6 honoring GKAS volunteers and community partners.

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