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CAPD/ACDP 2018 Annual Conference September 13-14-15 Banff, Alberta

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Safe and Sound The Practice of Safety and Wellness in Pediatric Dentistry The theme of the 2018 CAPD/ACDP Annual Conference fits so perfectly into the natural setting of Banff, Alberta, which is situated inside Banff National Park. When three workers on the newly built Canadian Pacific Railway discovered a series of hot springs on the side of Sulphur Mountain (our Friday Welcome Reception will take place on top of Sulphur Mountain), the area started to gain international recognition. But it was George Stephen, the President of the CPR, who in 1884 named the area “Banff” after his birthplace in Scotland. Banff National Park was created in 1885 and the Banff Springs Hotel, the site of the CAPD/ACDP Annual Conference sessions, opened in 1888. No matter where you are being accommodated in the Banff area, you’ll be surrounded by the Rocky Mountains, specifically, Mount Rundle, Sulphur Mountain, Mount Norquay, and Cascade Mountain. And in the Fall (the Conference is September 1314-15), as you ascend the Banff Gondola to the summit of Sulphur Mountain, you can see the brilliant yellow larch trees amidst a field of green coniferous trees. The fresh air, the incredible scenery, Gray Jays, friendly locals, shopping on Banff’s main street…talk about relaxation and an atmosphere of wellness. The perfect setting for the 2018 CAPD/ACDP Annual Conference.

REGISTER HERE At this stage (May 31, 2018) there is still limited availability in CAPD/ACDP’s room blocks at the Juniper Hotel and the Banff Centre. Both are less than 10 minutes’ drive to the Banff Springs Hotel-and shuttles will be available. For those registered (or about to register) for the Annual Conference, consider booking your accommodation before all the space is gone.

Relax in the Hot Tub, looking out at the scenery, at the Juniper Hotel. Call 1-866-5512281. Booking Code: CAPD 2

Mountains surround the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity. Call 1-800-884-7574. Booking Code: APD1809


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PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE Dear Colleagues, Spring has sprung across this great country of ours! With it brings renewed hope for better times to come and for many of us, those pesky seasonal allergies. Having said that I am sure we are all excited about the arrival of the summer season. It has been a busy year so far for the Academy. We face many challenges: re-writing the sedation guidelines across the country, equitable funding for government supported dental programs, etc. A couple of new initiatives we are working on include: the development of a simple caries risk assessment tool for non-dental allied health workers, expanding our global presence by working with the IAPD, and organizing a joint meeting with the AAPD in 2021 in Montreal. I know you will agree that the key to any organization’s success is the perceived value the members receive from membership in the organization. The hard work of our members that volunteer their precious time to the Academy keeps us strong. Through our representation on CDSA (Canadian Dental Specialties Association), CPS Oral Health Section, RCDC, AAPD, and government, we stay relevant and maintain our national voice. In support of these efforts CAPD/ACDP currently represents in excess of 90% of pediatric dentists across Canada. We are implementing a new member category this year for general dentists. This will allow general dentists that are interested in taking care of kids to attend our CE and improve their level of care. I would challenge every pediatric dentist to encourage at least one general dentist from their community to join CAPD/ACDP. The 2018 CAPD/ACDP Annual Conference takes place on September 13-14-15 in Banff, Alberta. Please mark these dates in your Calendar and register NOW at http://conference.capd-acdp.org. With the wonderful support of our new and returning sponsors and exhibitors, this will be another great meeting to learn, network and celebrate our specialty!!! I personally look forward to seeing each of you!

Dr. Paul Andrews President, CAPD/ACDP


MOT DU PRÉSIDENT Cher(ère)s collègues, Le printemps est enfin arrivé dans ce magnifique pays qu’est le nôtre ! Cette période de l’année annonce le retour des beaux jours, même si, pour plusieurs d’entre nous, elle s’accompagne de ces fichues allergies saisonnières. Cela étant dit, je suis sûr que nous avons tous hâte au début de la saison estivale. L’année a été bien chargée jusqu’à maintenant pour l’Académie. Nous sommes confrontés à de nombreux défis : la refonte à l’échelle du pays des lignes directrices sur la sédation, le financement équitable des programmes dentaires soutenus par le gouvernement, etc. Parmi les nouvelles initiatives auxquelles nous collaborons, mentionnons l’élaboration d’un outil simple d’évaluation des risques de caries pour les auxiliaires médicaux non dentaires et le renforcement de notre présence mondiale en travaillant avec l’AIDP (Association internationale de dentisterie pédiatrique) et en organisant une réunion conjointe avec l’AAPD (American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry) à Montréal en 2021. Je sais que vous conviendrez que la clé du succès de tout organisme est la perception de la valeur dont bénéficient les membres qui y adhérent. Ce qui constitue la force de notre Académie, c’est le travail assidu de nos membres qui lui consacrent bénévolement de leur temps précieux. Grâce à notre représentation au sein de l’ACSD (Association canadienne des spécialités dentaires), de la section santé buccodentaire de la SCP, du CRCDC, de l’AAPD et du gouvernement, nous demeurons pertinents et maintenons la portée nationale de notre voix. Fort de cette lancée, l’ACPD/CAPD représente actuellement plus de 90 % des dentistes pédiatriques aux quatre coins du Canada. Cette année, nous avons créé une nouvelle catégorie de membres regroupant les dentistes généralistes. Cela permettra à ceux d’entre eux qui souhaitent traiter des enfants de participer à notre programme d’éducation permanente et d’améliorer leur niveau de soins. Je mettrais au défi chaque dentiste pédiatrique d’encourager au moins un dentiste généraliste de sa communauté à adhérer à l’ACPD/CAPD. Le congrès annuel 2018 de l’ACPD/CAPD se tiendra les 13, 14 et 15 septembre à Banff, en Alberta. Veuillez noter ces dates à votre agenda et vous inscrire dès MAINTENANT à http://conferencefr.capd-acdp.org. Grâce au formidable soutien de nos anciens et nouveaux commanditaires et exposants, il s’agira d’un autre congrès extraordinaire où vous pourrez élargir vos connaissances, tisser des liens et célébrer notre spécialité. Je me réjouis personnellement à l’idée d’y rencontrer chacun et chacune d’entre vous ! Le président de l’ACPD/CAPD,

Dr Paul Andrews


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Words of Welcome from your Organizing Committee! Registration continues for the CAPD/ACDP Annual Conference in beautiful Banff, Alberta, September 13-14-15, 2018. We have sold out our room block for the host hotel, the Fairmont Banff Springs – however there are still rooms available at both of our additional hotels – The Banff Centre and The Juniper Lodge, both within a few minutes shuttle ride to the Banff Springs. http://conference.capd-acdp.org This year’s meeting includes an additional optional day of CE – our first ever ‘precourse’ including a full Zirconia Hands-On Workshop sponsored by NuSmile, as well as Dr. Kevin Donly presenting Early diagnosis of Minimally Invasive Restorative Care for Children – in total, up to 19 hours of CE available in one glorious weekend in the gorgeous Alberta Rocky Mountains! The conference theme – ‘Safe & Sound, the Practice of Safety and Wellness in Pediatric Dentistry’ – offers a variety of topics and speakers encompassing many aspects of life and dentistry – from classroom style seating, to scheduling, to meals and social activities – your organizing committee is committed to providing a strong CE opportunity in an atmosphere and environment of wellness… with a Western & mountainous flair, of course! Additional highlights of the 2018 Annual Conference will include the 3M Graduate Student Research Presentations, and the CAPD/ACDP Annual General Meeting. Our Social committee is hard at work creating non-stop energy and entertainment: Thursday evening features a NuSmile-sponsored reception for all those registered for the Zirconia workshop and the Kevin Donly precourse. Friday’s Welcome Reception on top of Sulphur Mountain is accessible by the Banff Gondola and offers an immense and stunning view of the entire valley…and Saturday’s traditional President’s Dinner will experience a taste of the Old West with a traditional Western BBQ, country-dance and Casino party…shakin’ things up a bit, Stampede style! We look forward to welcoming y’all to our Annual Conference. If you have not yet registered, please do so right away (and definitely before the fee increases on June 12th). We are certain that the remaining hotel room blocks will be sold out soon! For further information or inquiries, please contact us via steve@capd-acdp.org See you in Banff in September!

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Schedule of Events THE ANNUAL CONFERENCE IN BANFF! Thursday September 13, 2018 08:00 - 14:00 08:00 - 14:00 14:30 - 17:30 14:00 - 20:00 18:00 - 21:00

Meeting of the Executive Council Zirconia Hands-on Workshop with NuSmile (Conference Pre-Course) Dr. Kevin Donly, “Early Diagnosis and Minimally Invasive Restorative Care for Children” (Conference Pre-Course) Registration Desk is open Trade Show set up is available for Sponsors and Exhibitors

Friday September 14, 2018 07:00 – 16:00 07:00 – 08:00 08:00 – 16:00 08:00 – 08:30 08:30 – 10:00 10:00 – 10:30 10:30 – 12:00 12:00 – 13:00 13:00 – 14:00 14:00 – 15:00 15:00 – 15:30 15:30 – 16:30 18:00 – 21:00

Registration Desk is open Buffet Breakfast Trade Show exhibits are open Welcome and Keynote Dr. David Rothman , PART ONE: “Changing Family Dynamics and the 4P’s: Psychology, Pharmacology, Physiology; Phamily (and a lot of stress)” Refreshment break, sponsored by Henry Schein Dr. Dennis Nutter, “Behavior Management is managing pain during procedures: It’s time to establish a uniform method of procedure pain assessment in pediatric dentistry” Annual General Meeting Lunch for all attendees, sponsored by Figaro Crowns Mr. Alan S. Rudakoff Q.C., “Loss Prevention – Avoiding Malpractice Claims and Discipline Complaints” Refreshment Break, sponsored by Sprig Drs. David Rothman and Dennis Nutter, will engage in a debate on Pain and Sedation Welcome Reception and Dinner at the Banff Gondola

Saturday September 15, 2018 07:00 – 15:00 07:00 – 08:00 08:00 – 15:00 08:00 – 09:30 09:30 – 10:00 10:00 – 11:00 11:00 – 12:30 12:30 – 13:30 13:30 – 14:15 15:15 – 15:45 15:45 – 16:00 16:00 – 16:30 18:00 – 24:00

Registration Desk is open Buffet Breakfast Trade Show exhibits are open 3M Oral Care-CAPD/ACDP Graduate Student Research Presentations, sponsored by 3M Oral Care Refreshment Break, sponsored by Carestream Career Fair A discussion on airway management in children, with Drs. Warren Yunker and Barry Hoffman, sponsored by CPS Lunch for all attendees Mr. Yaron Orgil and Mr. Jean-Pierre Laporte, “Protecting your Wealth like your Health – Enhanced Strategies Amongst New Challenges” Refreshment Break, sponsored by Cheng Crowns Dr. David Rothman , PART TWO: “Changing Family Dynamics and the 4P’s: Psychology, Pharmacology, Physiology; Phamily (and a lot of stress)” Closing Remarks President’s Dinner, sponsored by NuSmile


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CAPD/ACDP’s 2018 Annual Conference in Banff will feature two optional Pre-Courses!

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Register for the workshop on the same form you use to register for the Annual Conference. If you’ve already registered and you would like to add this Workshop, then email steve@capd-acdp.org.

Dr. Kevin Donly, “Early Diagnosis and Minimally Invasive Restorative Care for Children” Thursday September. 13, 14:00 to 17:30 Conference Pre-course, $99.00. Student Members may attend as guests of CAPD/ACDP. Kevin Donly, D.D.S., M.S. is the President-Elect of the AAPD. He is currently a Professor and Chair in the Department of Developmental Dentistry and Professor in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. Previous positions include Professor and Associate Director of the Center for Clinical Studies at the University of Iowa, Associate Professor, Pediatric Dentistry at the University of Texas Dental Branch at Houston and Associate Professor, The University of Texas Medical School. He received his D.D.S. in 1984, Certificate in Pediatric Dentistry in 1986, and M.S. in 1986 from the University of Iowa. Dr. Donly is a Diplomat of the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry. He was on the Board of Directors for the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry Foundation, is the previous Chair of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry Council on Post-doctoral Education, is Past-President of the American Society of Dentistry for Children and past Chair of the Public Information Committee for the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry. He completed his four year term as the Pediatric Dentistry Commissioner for the Commission on Dental Accreditation. Register for the Dr. Donly’s pre-course on the same form you use to register for the Annual Conference. If you’ve already registered and you would like to add this pre-course, then email steve@capd-acdp.org.


Dr. David Rothman, “Part One: Changing Family Dynamics and the 4P’s: Psychology, Pharmacology, Physiology; Phamily (and a lot of stress).” Friday, September 14, 08:30 to 10:00 David Rothman received his B.A. cum laude from the SUNY at Buffalo and his D.D.S. from NYU College of Dentistry. He completed a GPR at Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia, Anesthesiology Residency at the Medical College of Pennsylvania, and a Pediatric Dentistry Residency at Children’s Hospital/Oakland and the University of California, San Francisco. He was Director of the Pediatric Dentistry Residency program at UCSF and in 1989 assumed the Chair of the Department of Pediatric Dentistry at the University of the Pacific School of Dentistry. He went into full time private practice in San Francisco in 1998 and is a Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Pediatric Dentistry of Case Western Reserve University School of Dental Medicine in Cleveland. David is a Diplomate of the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry and is a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry. He is a member of the ADA, CDA, ADSA, AAPD and the California Society of Pediatric Dentistry. He chaired the Anesthesia and Sedation Subcommittee of the AAPD and served on Committee H of CDEL of the ADA. He is past president of the California Society of Dentistry for Children, the College of Diplomates of the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry and the California Society of Pediatric Dentistry. Honors include membership in the OKU Delta Delta Chapter, Pierre Fauchard Academy, American College of Dentists and International College of Dentists. He is VP of the American Dental Society of Anesthesiology and CSPD Foundation and is on CDA Presents and the Committee on Annual Meetings of the ADA. He has served on the boards of the Dental Health Foundation and Support for Families of Children with Disabilities and provided dental care with the international medical group Heart to Heart in Leningrad/St. Petersburg, Russia.

Dr. Dennis Paul Nutter, “Behavior Management is managing pain during procedures: It’s time to establish a uniform method of Dr. Rothman has been published in the journals of the California Dental Association, the American Dental Association and the procedure assessment in pediatric dentistry”. American Society of Dentistry for Children,pain ADSA Pulse as well as various component newsletters. He lectures nationally and Friday, September 14, 10:30 to 12:00behavior management, sedation, anesthesia internationally to dental and medical groups in the areas of pediatric dentistry, and hospital dentistry. Dr. Nutter is a board certified pediatric dentist who received his dental degree from the University of Southern California. He is the author of a series of journal articles, cited in AAPD guidelines that reviewed the neurobiologic, iatrogenic and target considerations relating to good, clinical pain practice for pediatric procedure pain. His research focus is on the behavior assessment practices of pediatric dentists. Dr. Nutter has lectured to national audiences at the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry and the California Society of Pediatric Dentists on pain assessment, pain measurement and pain justification. He is a frequent lecturer to pediatric residents and general practice residents at California dental schools, and the U.S. Veterans Administration. He has served as an expert witness for multiple plaintiffs claiming abusive use of restraints by corporate entities. Dr. Nutter is a Trustee of the Western Society of Pediatric Dentistry, and a Past President of the California Society of Pediatric Dentistry. He lives in Vacaville, California with his wife Marcia and his BMW 1200 RT touring motorcycle. His son Travis lives in NorthWest Arkansas. Course Description: Establishing a valid method of pain assessment for pediatric dental procedure pain. 1) Pain Basics. 2) Description of the Assessment Problem: Pediatric Dentists have been using two contradictory methods to assess pediatric procedure pain. 3) What is wrong about the Authoritarian method of pediatric procedure pain assessment. 4) What is right about accepting the pain report of the child when there is evidence of tissue trauma.


Alan S. Rudakoff, Q.C., “Loss Prevention – Avoiding Malpractice Claims and Discipline Complaints” Friday, September 14, 14:00 to 15:00 Alan Rudakoff has practised civil litigation since graduating from law school in 1982. The first 35 years of his career were spent at the Macleod Dixon/Norton Rose Fulbright law firm. In December 2016 he moved his practice to Scott Venturo Rudakoff LLP, which was a better fit for his clients and his practice. Alan has appeared as counsel in the Provincial Court of Alberta (Civil and Criminal Divisions), Court of Queen’s Bench, Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court of Canada. He has extensive experience in alternate dispute resolution proceedings and has acted as a mediator in the successful resolution of insurance claims. Mr. Rudakoff’s practice is principally in the tort/liability defence and insurance fields with an emphasis on the defence of sophisticated, complex commercial claims, including product liability, commercial liability, fire/explosion, energy, aviation, professional negligence, and serious personal injury/wrongful death. He regularly acts for a diverse group of international insurers and multinational manufacturers and have wide experience handling all manner of liability, property and casualty claims. Mr. Rudakoff has also acted as a professional sports agent, certified by the National Hockey League Players’ Association (NHLPA) and the Professional Hockey Players’ Association (PHPA), representing players in their dealings and negotiations with professional sports teams.

Pain and Sedation Debate, with Drs. David Rothman and Dennis Nutter Friday, September 14, 15:30 to 16:30

Bow River Scenery…Just steps from Downtown Banff


A discussion on airway management in children, with Drs. Warren Yunker and Barry Hoffman Sponsored by the Oral Health Section, CPS Saturday, September 15, 11:00 to 12:30

Warren Yunker (pictured Left) is currently Clinical Assistant Professor, Pediatric Otolaryngology – Head & Neck Surgery, Department of Surgery, Cumming School Of Medicine, Alberta Children’s Hospital/University of Calgary, Calgary, AB. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Honours Environmental Biology from the University of Alberta in Edmonton and then earned his MD at the same University, before graduating with a PhD in Cell Biology and Physiology. His residency and fellowship training has been in Otolaryngology at the University of Calgary and then Paediatric Otolaryngology at Baylor College of Medicine/Texas Children’s Hospital, Houston, Texas, USA. Barry Hoffman (pictured Right) grew up in Detroit, Michigan and attended the University of Michigan for undergraduate studies and Dental School. His specialty training in Orthodontics was at the University of Minnesota, culminating in a Clinical Certificate in Orthodontics and Masters of Science degree in Anatomy. His research described the Craniofacial pattern of families of patients with Osteogenesis Imperfecta. Dr. Hoffman has been in clinical practice in Calgary since 1977. He was a founder of the Calgary alumni component of Alpha Omega Dental Fraternity in Calgary, served on the Board of the Pacific Coast Society of Orthodontics, and is currently a clinical instructor at the University of Alberta Graduate Orthodontic Program. Dr. Hoffman lectures internationally on the topic of Computer Assisted Design and Manufacturing (CAD/CAM) of orthodontic brackets. His interest in airway diagnosis, the relationship of predominant oral breathing, and development of the facial complex has been an integral part of his practice.

Protecting your Wealth like your Health – Enhanced Strategies Amongst New Challenges, with Yaron Orgil and Jean-Pierre Laporte Saturday, September 15. 13:30 to 14:15

Yaron Orgil, CIMA®, FCSI® (pictured Left) is Director, Wealth Management & Wealth Advisor The Orgil Wealth Management Group. Jean-Pierre Laporte, BA, MA, JD (pictured Right) is Chief Executive Officer INTEGRIS Pension Management Corp.


Dr. David Rothman, “Part Two: Changing Family Dynamics and the 4P’s: Psychology, Pharmacology, Physiology; Phamily (and a lot of stress)” Saturday, September 15, 15:30 to 16:30

NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING TAKE NOTICE that the Annual General Meeting of the Canadian Academy of Pediatric Dentistry/Académie Canadienne de Dentisterie Pédiatrique will be held on Friday, September 14, 2018 at 12:00 Noon. Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel, Albert Room 405 Spray Avenue, Banff, Alberta T1L 1J4 The Meeting will: a)

receive and consider the financial statements of the Academy:

b)

transact such other business as may properly be brought before such a meeting

Dated at Toronto the 1st day of January, 2018 By Order of the Executive Committee Dr. Paul Andrews, President Notes: • Please note: Only CAPD/ACDP Active Members in good standing may attend the meeting and vote.

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CAREER FAIR! CAPD/ACDP is holding its inaugural Career Fair during the Annual Conference on Saturday, September 15, 2018 from 10:00 to 11:00 am. The Career Fair is a great opportunity for the new pediatric dentist seeking their first practice position or for the more experienced dentist who is looking for a change to network with hiring individuals or organizations. Entry to the Career Fair is complimentary for all CAPD/ACDAP Annual Conference attendees. There is no separate registration requirement. For potential “Exhibitors”, what a great opportunity for you, in a one-on-one setting, to present the unique career possibilities that your office or facility could provide to interested pediatric dentists. The Career Fair is a personal and dynamic way of connecting with members of the Academy – new pediatric dentists, graduating pediatric dental residents and those looking to make a career change. To showcase your practice/facility/charitable outreach program, you must act quickly because space is limited. Registration and payment must be submitted by July 1, 2018. Upon acceptance, you will be assigned a specific 6’ table to display your presentation and a tent card with your name on it. Exhibitor Registration Fees: CAPD/ACDP Members: $150 CAD + GST Recruitment Companies: $500 CAD + GST Application is available at http://conference.capd-acdp.org/career-fair/

University of Manitoba Graduate Student Dinner. April 2018. Starting at the far head of the table by the fireplace and moving clockwise: Drs. Jennifer Coutu, Rena Sihra, Saffana Jbara, Ziad Albaghdadi, Bradley Klus, Sheri McKinstry, Fareea Surtie, Tara Kennedy, Cameron Grant


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Remember to reserve your accommodation as soon possible. The CAPD/ACDP room blocks begin to expire in mid - June. The Juniper Hotel has singles, doubles, Suites and Cabins. You can see the Banff Springs Hotel (3.8 km.) from the outside deck, along with mountains and lakes.

1-866-551-2281 Booking Code CAPD 2 https://thejuniper.com/

The Banff Centre has mostly singles, with a few doubles. It’s a short walk to downtown Banff, and less than 8 minutes to the Banff Springs Hotel.

1-800-884-7574 Booking Code APD1809 www.banffcentre.ca

More accommodation information available at http://conference.capd-acdp.org/accommodation/


For more than 60 years the Juniper Hotel has been a peaceful gathering point along the national park’s wildlife corridor, with the mountains rising five thousand feet up from our back door—yet downtown is only minutes away. It’s less than a 10 minute drive from the Juniper to the Banff Springs Hotel.

• Full service Bistro & Lounge with a large outdoor patio & fire pits • Complimentary parking & WiFi • Outdoor hot tub • Walkout patios & balconies • Air conditioning & individual climate control • Mini fridges, clock radios, televisions, coffeemakers, ironing boards, hairdryers & kettles upon request.

thejuniper.com or http://conference.capd-acdp.org/accommodation/


Nestled on the side of Tunnel Mountain, on 43 serene acres, we have two hotels on our grounds to suit a range of experiences. All guests enjoy property-wide WiFi, parking, admission to The Banff Centre's Walter Philips Gallery, and PLUS Membership at our extensive fitness and recreation facilities. Lloyd Hall offers comfortable, hotel rooms and suites and easy access to dining, fitness, and parking facilities, while our Professional Development Centre, designed with pine timber frames, a welcoming stone fireplace, and expansive windows reflecting the light and natural woodland setting, offers double bedded rooms.

www. Banffcentre.ca or http://conference.capd-acdp.org/accommodation/


The Annual Conference Social events…to promote Networking and Fun! Friday, September 14 18:00 to 21:00

WELCOME RECEPTION AT THE BANFF GONDOLA Soar to the top of Sulphur Mountain to experience a stunning bird'seye view of six incredible mountain ranges. With breathtaking vistas in every direction, you'll understand why this is a Canadian Rockies must-see destination.

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An eight-minute journey to the summit of Sulphur Mountain in a fully enclosed four-passenger gondola cabin has you gliding up over the treetops to the crest of a steep-sided Rocky Mountain peak. You step out at an elevation of 2,281metres (7,486 feet). Stroll along the ridgetop boardwalk where the views get better with every step. Then warm up in the new, state-of-the-art summit facility with interactive interpretive exhibits, a multi-sensory theatre and a breathtaking 360-degree rooftop observation deck. For those interested, they can do the 45 minute returnboardwalk climb to Sanson’s Peak. The Welcome Reception includes a shuttle to and from the Gondola, food, refreshments and absolutely spectacular views. Remember to bring your camera!

Located in the Cascade Room and Conservatory in the Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel, the President’s Dinner this year will be unlike anything you’ve experienced. Saturday’s traditional President’s Dinner will experience a taste of the Old West with a traditional Western BBQ, country-dance and Casino party…shakin’ things up a bit, Stampede style!


Travel Information for the 2018 Annual Conference in Banff Detailed information on Flights, Rental Cars, Shuttle Buses, National Park Fees and Parking at the different hotels, is available at http://conference.capd-acdp.org/travel-information

As the official airline of the 2018 CAPD/ACDP Annual Conference, Air Canada is offering a 10% discount on fares to Calgary (YYC) between September 06, 2018 and September 23, 2018. The Annual Conference fare is available only at www.aircanada.com, using the discount code ZETQNNE1. No discount will apply to Tango bookings for travel within Canada or between Canada and the U.S. Please review the Air Canada Group Discount Letter 2018 letter that relates to this offer and appears at http://conference.capd-acdp.org/travel-information/

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CAPD/ACDP MEMBERS WERE AMONG THE HONOURED RECIPIENTS AT THE RECENT CDA AWARDS LUNCHEON GRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE WINNERS!

CDA AWARD OF MERIT The Award of Merit recognizes an individual who has served in an outstanding capacity in the governing or service of the Canadian Dental Association over a sustained period of time, or who has made similar outstanding contributions to the dental profession, the dental community or the oral health of Canadians and/or society at large.

Presentation to Dr. Anil Joshi Presented by Dr. Alexander Mutchmor, the Vice President at the time, and currently the CDA President-Elect. Dr. Anil Joshi is a pediatric dentist who has given unselfishly to his profession and to his community. He is a past president of the New Brunswick Dental Society, and was instrumental in developing the New Brunswick Dental Society’s submission to government on dental coverage for children of low income families. He has served the larger community by working with Moncton Headstart in providing both professional and educational assistance without remuneration. In addition, he has worked with children brought to Canada affected by the Chernobyl nuclear disaster. He has also travelled extensively internationally to provide pro bono treatment to families in need. At the CDA level, he has been a strong contributor to CDA’s Working Group on Access to Care for Children and Seniors, and has been proactive in promoting throughout New Brunswick the importance of good oral health at any age. In short, he is an exemplary professional who has given willingly and unselfishly of his knowledge and expertise to serve his profession and his community ways thatGraduate can truly make a difference. The Dr. Keith Titley Pediatric in Dentistry Training Scholarship: It 1isstmy distinct presentUniversity Dr. Anil Joshi with the CDA Award of Merit. Prize: Dr.pleasure AndrewtoWong, of British Columbia

2nd Prize: Dr. Marie-Lyne Gosselin, University of Toronto

Dr. Norman Levine Undergraduate Dental Student Award Vanessa Dufour, Université de Montréal Linda Vanessa Rivera, Université Laval

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CDA Distinguished Service Award CDA’s Distinguished Service Award is given to recognize outstanding contributions to the dental profession, the dental community or the oral health of Canadians at large, in a given year or outstanding service over a number of years. It may also recognize outstanding contributions at the academic, corporate, specialty society, council, commission or committee level.

Presentation to Dr. Ross Anderson Presented by Dr. Alexander Mutchmor, the Vice President, pictured above on the right next to Dr. Ross Anderson. Dr. Mutchmor is currently the CDA President-Elect. Photo by Mr. Greg Teckles.

Dr. Ross Anderson has had a distinguished career in pediatric dentistry for almost 40 years. He is a committed clinician, educator and administrator. He is a graduate of the University of Toronto with a DDS, a diploma in Paedodontics and a Master of Science Degree. He has served as Chief of Dentistry at the IWK Hospital in Halifax since 1991, and as Assistant Professor and Head of Pediatric Dentistry at Dalhousie University since 1998. While there, he was instrumental in creating the first general practice residency in pediatric dentistry at Dalhousie University. His presentations, publications, research initiatives and academic activities are voluminous and reflect a lifetime career in the field of dental education, and in advocating for the oral health of young children. He is an active participant in CDA’s Access to Care Working Group. He developed the content for CDA’s First Visit Continuing Education Course, aimed at dentists and other oral health care providers. This course has been given to over 2,000 oral health care providers across this country. It reflects his commitment to his profession and to the oral health of young Canadians, and acts as a reminder to his colleagues of the importance of engaging parents in the oral health care needs of their children, at an early age. In addition, Dr. Anderson is CDA’s representative to the Commission on Dental Accreditation of Canada and its Health Facilities/Dental Residencies Committee, and is a frequent site surveyor for CDAC. Dr. Anderson has served as President of the Canadian Academy of Pediatric Dentistry and is currently its Executive Director. He was vice-chair of the CDA Committee on Specialist Affairs and a member of CDA’s Committee on Community and Institutional Dentistry and its Sub-Committee on Hospital Dentistry. In recognition of his outstanding contributions to the dental profession and to the oral health of the youngest members of our society, it is my distinct pleasure to present Dr. Ross Anderson with CDA’s Distinguished Service Award.


CDA Distinguished Service Award CDA’s Distinguished Service Award is given to recognize outstanding contributions to the dental profession, the dental community or the oral health of Canadians at large, in a given year or outstanding service over a number of years. It may also recognize outstanding contributions at the academic, corporate, specialty society, council, commission or committee level.

Presentation to Dr. Clive Friedman *Presented by Dr. Alexander Mutchmor, the Vice President, pictured above on the right next to Dr. Clive Friedman. Dr. Mutchmor is currently the CDA President-Elect. Photo by Mr. Greg Teckles. It is said that the quality of our society will be judged by the manner in which we treat our most vulnerable citizens. If this is the case, then the dental profession is fortunate indeed to have Dr. Clive Friedman within its ranks. Dr. Clive Friedman is a pediatric dentist who has devoted his career to improving the lives of children and those with special needs. His other interests include behavioral facilitation, family violence, caries management, motivational interviewing, and functional oral health. He was educated in South Africa and obtained his specialty training at Louisiana State University. He was a member of CDA’s Committee on Clinical and Scientific Affairs for close to a decade, CDA’s Sub-Committee on Hospital Dentistry and its Committee on Community and Institutional Dentistry. He also served on the CDA-ACFD Special Care in Dentistry Working Group, CDA’s National Seniors Task Force and he chaired CDA’s National Task Force on Early Childhood Caries. Closer to home, he served on the ODA’s Special Needs Task Force and has taught for many years at Western University and the University of Toronto. Internationally he has served on the Education Committee of the International Association for Disability and Oral Health, and on the Advisory Board for a rare bone disorder called FOP, and has presented at numerous conferences. He is Associate Editor of the British Journal of Disability and Oral Health and has served as a consultant to the Special Olympics. It is said that actions speak louder than words. His actions attest to a caring, compassionate and dedicated man who has devoted his career to helping those in need. This includes participating in volunteer missions to the Honduras and Mexico. He is someone who will go to great lengths to build a rapport with his young patients, including, among other things, wearing different colored shoes in the clinic. His work has provided much needed attention to the area of special needs patients and to those who are most vulnerable, and for this, the profession and society are its grateful beneficiaries. I am delighted to present Dr. Clive Friedman with the CDA Distinguished Service Award.


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Membership Committee Updates Dr. Raymond Lee, Chair CAPD/ACDP’s New Membership Categories come into effect on July 1, 2018. Additions to the By-Laws will be voted on by the membership at the AGM on September 14th. We look forward to extending our educational outreach to members of the dental community at large. We also urge those members who are “CAPD/ACDP-Only” to consider moving to ‘Joint’ membership in CAPD/ACDP and AAPD with the July 1st membership renewals. It’s a fantastic deal for Canadian Pediatric Dentists! Please see below.

New Membership Categories: 4.2.6 Affiliate Members: This category of membership is available to General Dentists who are engaged in dental practice, administration, teaching, and/or education in Canada or the United States and are members of the Canadian Dental Association (CDA) or the American Dental Association (ADA) at the time of application. Affiliate members are strongly encouraged to maintain membership in the CDA and /or the ADA. Privileges of the Affiliate members shall be to attend the annual general meeting of the Academy, serve on councils/committees as ex officio members and not vote, receive copies of all general membership communications and publications, attend and participate in all continuing education opportunities. Affiliate members may NOT use the Academy name, membership status or logo, vote or hold office or imply special expertise or training in pediatric dentistry. Membership Fee: $225.00 annually 4.2.7 Allied Members: Pediatricians who are Active members of the Canadian Pediatric Society (CPS), or American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) may apply for allied membership in this Academy. Allied members shall pay all dues and shall NOT have the right to vote, to make nominations or to hold office. Membership Fee: $190.00 annually

Joint Membership in CAPD/ACDP and the AAPD Just a reminder that CAPD/ACDP Student Members may join the CPS in the Associate Medical Student Category which is for health profession students enrolled in an accredited college or university program. Annual Fee: $30.00 Most members of the Academy enjoy Joint membership—a special-priced category that includes all the benefits offered by CAPD/ACDP and the AAPD. CAPD/ACDP Benefits are listed on the main website, while AAPD’s membership benefits may be found at http://www.aapd.org/join/benefits/. Joint membership is available to members who are Canadian citizens or Permanent Residents and whose primary practice is located in Canada. The cost savings to CAPD/ACDP members is noteworthy. In the Full, Active Member Category, if you pay separate AAPD dues and CAPD/ACDP dues, you are paying $690 USD (roughly $870 CAD) to AAPD, PLUS $335.00 Canadian to CAPD/ACDP, for a total of approximately $1205.00 CAD. CAPD/ACDP Joint Membership, which gives you the same benefits, is $818.00 Canadian—a savings of $387.00! Joint Membership can be noted on your file when you are still a Student Member or 1st Year of Graduation member, and then it can be continued in your 2nd and 3rd Year of Graduation membership, and then on to your Full, Active membership. If you are currently paying the CAPD/ACDP-Only fee and wish to upgrade to Joint when renewals go out in early June 2018, then please contact steve@capd-acdp.org so your file can be adjusted.


GETTING TO BETTER KNOW THE MEMBERS OF THE ACADEMY

DR. KEITH MORLEY Why did you choose to specialize in pediatric dentistry? My parents were comfortable financially but not wealthy. My father had just retired as a Flight Lieutenant from an extensive career in the Royal Canadian Air Force with his last posting in Winnipeg. I applied and was accepted into dentistry at the University of Manitoba and joined the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) in the Dental Officers Training Plan (DOTP). This plan paid for all my university expenses, books, tuition etc. which was a tremendous relief for my parents, as they did not have the financial resources to fund my education. Dr. Keith Morley, 2015

Unfortunately my father, who was very proud of the fact that I had joined the military in addition to my acceptance into dentistry, died of a brain aneurysm during my second year of dentistry. I often reflect back upon his premature death in his early 50s with sadness as he never got to see any of my future exciting and challenging career. I graduated with my Doctor of Dental Medicine degree with the rank of Captain. I served the CAF in the Canadian Forces Dental Service now renamed the Royal Canadian Dental Corps. I owed the CAF 5 years of service for paying for all my education. My first posting was at Canadian Forces Base Cornwallis Nova Scotia, where I was tasked to establish a Children’s dental clinic for military personnel. This experience sparked my interest in pediatric dentistry. However I felt that my undergraduate training was inadequate as I lacked the skills to provide comprehensive care to pediatric patients especially the medically and behaviourally compromised, very young children ages 1 to 3, and children with special needs. My second posting was at the Canadian Forces Dental Services School (CFDSS) CFB Borden. During this time at the CFDSS I had the privilege of working for Lieutenant Colonel Harold Brogan who was a demanding, fair and amazing mentor. During this time he sent me on courses at the CAF School of Instructional Technique, and the CAF Staff and Administrative School. These courses gave me both the confidence and skills that would prove to be invaluable in my later career.

Lieutenant Colonel Morley CFDS, 1982

Col.Brogan also sent me on the Special Forces Canadian Airborne Regiment parachute training courses where I . qualified in rappelling and as a combat parachutist in the CAF.


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I had the honour and privilege as a young dental officer, to train with some of Canada’s finest dedicated combat soldiers and elite Special Forces personnel in the Canadian Army. This interaction in the past is one of the many reasons why I feel passionately and have such respect for the courage of the men and women who have served and continue to serve in the CAF. I was promoted to the rank of Major and was selected to do a residency in Pediatric Dentistry thanks to the recommendation of Lieut. Col. Brogan with full support of the then Director General of Dental Services, Brigadier General Craigie, another remarkable officer that I had the benefit to serve with in the CAF. After graduation from my pediatric dental residency I was again posted to CFB Borden to the CFDSS. During my tenure at the “school”, I had the opportunity to travel throughout Canada, to the USA and at that time to West Germany, to give presentations on pediatric dentistry. I was also sent on temporary duty to the then Soviet Union, a challenging and enlightening experience, which allowed me to witness firsthand the pathetic system of Marxism.

EMBA graduation Kellogg Schulich, 2013

I was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant Colonel and appointed as the Chief Instructor (Assistant Dean equivalent) at the CFDSS. The position had many challenges that augmented my administrative skills. I was honourably discharged from the CAF with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel in 1984. I then established a pediatric dental practice in Barrie, Ontario where I obtained admitting privileges for my pediatric dental patients at both the Royal Victoria Hospital Regional Health Centre and Stevenson Memorial Hospitals.

my into organizational In 2000 I relocated my office a larger andskills. more modern facility. I also established at the time one of the few accredited in-office surgical centres for general anesthesia for children in Canada utilizing the skills of Board Certified Medical Anesthesiologists. I believe passionately in ecology and protecting the earth’s environment. I based the entire new office theme on ecology. When one enters the reception and waiting areas an undersea theme greets you with artwork of Killer and Blue whales on the wall, a recessed curved room with dolphins swimming, a six foot aquarium is built into the wall, sea turtles and sharks are swimming on the ceiling and a large curved desk with calming lights that change colour and mimic cascading water. A Sega machine further distracts the children. The clinic is based on a jungle theme with the lion room, the elephant room and an open concept treatment area with gorillas on the wall, tigers and giraffes. All the artwork in both the reception and clinical areas is original and hand painted. The windows wrap around the entire treatment area and are like an IMAX theatre that is ever-changing for the children. I hired a brilliant interior designer Ms. D. Blagden who brought my ideas and vision to fruition. The prime reasons for this design are to make children feel at ease in the dental setting and hopefully to imprint into the minds of parents and children, the importance of saving our planet for future generations. I will never forget one of the greatest compliments that I ever received and it was from a 10-year-old Special Needs child in my practice. She turned to me and said, “Dr. Morley I love your super neat office with all the fish and jungle animals that we need to look after and I really like you because you always called me your bud”. In my opinion, pediatric dentists in private practice should be able to provide comprehensive care to children that include the very young child, those with special needs, and the behaviourally and/ or medically challenged child.


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In order to complete this mandate, the pediatric dentist should be able to utilize and/or have access to all treatment modalities approved and recognized by their respective provincial licencing bodies. This should include current behaviour modification techniques, as well as access to sedation and general anesthesia. I also have been most fortunate to have Dr. Michal Goralski, Pediatric Dentist and a Past President of CAPD/ACDP join me in the practice where I now work as an associate. His presence will allow the practice to continue to provide essential care for children for years to come, long after I retire. I continue to give presentations to impart some of the knowledge gained through my many years of practicing Pediatric Dentistry, as well as practice management, thanks to the additional knowledge gained in the Kellogg EMBA course. The presentations are given both nationally, in the USA and Internationally, which I enjoy immensely.

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Bachelor of Science University of Manitoba Doctor of Dental Medicine University of Manitoba Residency and Diploma Pediatric Dentistry University of Toronto and Hospital For Sick Children Toronto Fellowship and Board Certification in Pediatric Dentistry, Royal College of Dentists Canada, RCDC(C) Graduate of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry Leadership Institute Master of Business Administration, Executive MBA program Kellogg Schulich and Northwestern Universities

What do you enjoy the most about your job? I feel so very privileged to provide comprehensive dental care to relieve pain and suffering for children affected by the devastation of dental disease which includes those with special needs, the medically and behaviourally comprised and very young children.

What do you find most challenging? In my opinion, the stress has definitively increased in the healing professions whether medicine or dentistry due to increased demands by parents, constant encroachment and restrictive government regulations, the threat of litigation, the internet, the more restrictive paradigm shifts that have taken place in how we can treat children but to name a few.

What is the most misunderstood aspect about Pediatric Dentistry? The lack of knowledge in society about the devastating effects of Early Childhood/Childhood Caries or dental disease on children’s’ health, academic performance, interference with sleep, chronic and acute pain, and overall well-being!

Head Start Dental Home Initiative, AAPD President Morley, 2008, Washington D.C.


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Dr. Morley enjoying his Pediatric patients, 2017

You’ve been involved in many aspects of the profession. Please summarize the major positions you’ve held.        

Chief Instructor (Assistant Dean Equivalent), CFDSS/CAF Chief Examiner Pediatric Dentistry RCDC(C) Councillor RCDC(C) President of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (the only Canadian to have ever received such an honour) Chief of Dentistry RVHRHC Assistant Chief of Surgery RVHRHC Registrar RCDC(C) Member ICR Committee RCDSO

In general, why do you volunteer? My profession in the military, in private practice and organized dentistry has given me a most rewarding, challenging and exciting career. I feel that every professional in our specialty of pediatric dentistry has an obligation to give back to our society beyond providing clinical treatment. Briefly and emphatically, GET INVOLVED!


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What is your message to Pediatric Dentists (Students, Graduates, Active in the Profession) about the value of volunteering (the value to the individual; the value to the profession)? Any person who volunteers to serve her/his profession outside the clinical sphere, will find that the benefits far outweigh any sacrifice in terms of the intellectual stimulation one will receive and most importantly, the enhancement of the image and profile of our wonderful specialty of pediatric dentistry that will occur. Sharing values, mutual concerns and talents will also help relieve the stress, isolation and demands placed on us as professionals

Looking at a crystal ball, what innovations in the profession do you foresee (or dream about) in the years ahead? I hope to see a day when the devastation of the most prevalent disease in the world, early childhood /childhood caries, can be decreased or eliminated for children through future research and prevention.

As you seem to lead a fairly busy life, what do you do to relax and unwind? I am blessed to have 3 children, two grandchildren, and an amazing spouse. They all continue to challenge, revitalize and refresh me and put life into a pragmatic perspective. I also try to stay fit through exercise, skiing, golf, biking, or canoeing. I love to travel and just recently returned from a 3-week adventure to South Africa. I also must confess that I enjoy sipping a glass of vintage red wine (on occasion of course) with a good book in hand or sharing life experiences with great friends.

South African Rhinos and Elephant in Kruger National Park; Hiking up to Flat Top Mountain, South Africa


Thank you! To the Sponsors and Exhibitors who are supporting the CAPD/ACDP Annual Conference in Banff SUSTAINING SPONSORS

3M Oral Care Graduate Student Award GOLD SPONSORS

Pre-Course Reception and the President’s Dinner

Saturday Lunch

Friday Lunch

SILVER SPONSORS

Saturday A.M. Break

EXHIBITORS

Saturday P.M. Break

Friday A.M. Break

AV Equipment, Friday

Friday P.M. Break


GETTING TO KNOW THE MEMBERS OF THE PEDIATRIC DENTAL COMMUNITY‌

DR. KEVIN DONLY AAPD PRESIDENT-ELECT, PRE-COURSE SPEAKER AT THE 2018 ANNUAL CONFERENCE Why did you choose to specialize in pediatric dentistry? I chose Pediatric Dentistry because I really enjoyed being with children and liked providing comprehensive dentistry care. Pediatric Dentistry allows me to do both!

As the President-Elect of the AAPD what you would like to accomplish? My Mission is the same as the mission of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry which is to advocate policies, guidelines, and programs that promote optimal oral health care for infants and children through adolescence, including those with special health care needs. As President of AAPD I would like to promote that all children establish a Dental Home by their first birthday and achieve/maintain ideal oral health through preventive and comprehensive dental care.

What has been your experience in working with the CAPD/ACDP over the years? I have had the privilege of being friends with a number of members of the Canadian Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, many of which are also members of AAPD. I have spoken at several CAPD/ACDP Annual Conferences and have always enjoyed this interaction. I have experienced meetings in Halifax, Toronto, Vancouver and Calgary, all beautiful cities! I am looking forward to my first visit to Banff!

The Forbidden City in Beijing

Brent Lin, Kevin Donly and Zach Donly in San Francisco

Golfing with Keith Morley in Barrie, Ontario


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Kevin Donly vacationing with his sons Sebastian and Zach

What do you feel is the most misunderstood aspect about Pediatric Dentistry? What is the solution to ‘fix’ this? In my opinion, I do not think that the general public understands our passion to have children live a life with ideal oral health. We make great efforts to see that preventive dentistry is promoted so that children and their parents have a positive attitude about oral health.

Industry Involvement. Please list some of the major positions you have held.   

Board of Trustees and the Executive Offices of the American Society of Dentistry for Children, which merged with the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry in 2002. Board of Trustees of Healthy Smiles-Healthy Children, the foundation of AAPD. Board of Trustees and now the Executive Offices of AAPD. Pediatric Dentistry Commissioner and Chair of the Documentation and Policy Committee of the Commission on Dental Accreditation.

In general, why do you volunteer? I volunteer because I enjoy working with others that have the desire to make improvements that will enhance education and ultimately the oral health of children.

What is your message to Pediatric Dentists (Students, Graduates, Active in the Profession) about the value of volunteering (the value to the individual; the value to the profession)? I would encourage students and graduated pediatric dentists to become involved in their profession through volunteering. They will find that it provides immense satisfaction, as well as the development of friendships that will last a lifetime.


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Looking at a crystal ball, what innovations in the profession do you foresee (or dream about) in the years ahead? I see a very bright future to the profession! I believe preventive dentistry efforts will improve greatly, through professional organization efforts and governmental programs. I believe we will see much more emphasis on early interventions with remineralizing and antibacterial agents. I think we will see bioactive/biocompative restorative materials that will mimic tooth structure, from esthetics to remineralization at restoration margins.

As you seem to lead a fairly busy life, what do you do to relax and unwind? I am pretty busy with my work, but I do find time to enjoy watching my youngest son’s competitive soccer games and traveling with my three sons. And, of course, I visit my pediatric dentistry friends in Barrie every summer to play golf! Fishing in Hawaii

Pre-Course Special Conference Fee: $99.00, with Conference Registration. Student Members of CAPD/ACDP enjoy complimentary attendance at this session.

Early Diagnosis and Minimally Invasive Restorative Care for Children with Dr. Kevin Donly Invitation to NuSmile’s Thursday Evening Reception is included Course Description: This course will discuss the early diagnosis of tooth demineralization, focusing on the use of quantitative light fluorescence (QLF). Intervention with fluoride (including fluoride varnish), silver diamine fluoride, glass ionomer surface protectants, sealants and minimally invasive products and procedures will be presented. Risk assessment utilization in decision-making for restorative care will be discussed and related to recommendations made by the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry for restorative dentistry care in children.

Course Objectives: At the conclusion of the course, participants will: • be exposed to early diagnosis of enamel demineralization and understand preventive regimens available, as well as appropriate intervention with these agents, using minimally invasive techniques. • have an understanding of the clinical utilization of traditional, photopolymerized glass ionomer cements and compomers, including indications and contraindications. • be exposed to the newer commercially available resin-based composites and dentin bonding resins, understand their mechanism of action and visualize clinical utilization of these materials. • understand pediatric dentistry standards of care using risk assessment in decision­ making.


GRADUATES AND UNDERGRADUATES CAPD/ACDP recognizes that the future national voice of pediatric dentistry in Canada lies within its undergraduate and graduate population. Whether students are participating in a program within Canada or in the United States, there is one common thread amongst them all - they are linked together and with their active CAPD/ACDP member colleagues through the CAPD/ACDP website at http://capdacdp.org/Grads-and-Undergrads

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Registration for the Scientific Sessions at the Annual Conference is complimentary for Student Members who are Canadian Students or Canadian Residents and are attending a Canadian dental school! This means you can attend the scientific sessions and enjoy the daytime meals at no cost. In addition, there is a special Student price for attending one or both of the Conference Social Events with the Welcome Reception priced at $25.00 per person and the President’s Dinner Dance priced at $50.00 per person. At the Banff Conference, students may attend Kevin Donly’s Pre-Course as guests of the Academy. http://conference.capd-acdp.org.

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Each year up to 5 Graduate students are invited to present their research at the Annual Conference. Invited students are eligible for the 3M Oral Care - CAPD/ACDP Graduate Student Award of $1000 which is awarded to the best presenter as determined by a panel of judges. 3M Oral Care also awards a sample of their product line to all graduate student presenters. For full details please visit http://capd-acdp.org/GradResearch#presentations. The 2018 deadline for submission was May 28th .

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The Dr. Keith Titley Pediatric Dentistry Graduate Training Scholarship was established to support advanced training in the area of Research and Fellowship in Pediatric Dentistry in Canada. It‘s open to Canadian graduate students who are registered in an accredited Canadian advanced training program in Pediatric Dentistry and who are entering their final year of the program. Graduate students must be a student member of CAPD/ACDP and may be considered for the scholarship one time only. The value of the scholarship is $2000.00 for 1st prize and $1000.00 for 2nd prize. For full details visit http://capd-acdp.org/GradResearch#Scholarship.

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The CAPD/ACDP Dr. Norman Levine Undergraduate Dental Student Award consists of one award given annually to each accredited Canadian Faculty of Dentistry for a third or fourth year DDS/DMD student who demonstrates aptitude and passion for the field of pediatric dentistry and/or dentistry for persons with special needs. The recipient should be nominated by the Undergraduate Pediatric Dentistry director in consultation with the respective faculties’ awards committee. The recipient of this award will receive $200.00 and a certificate. For further details visit http://capd-acdp.org/GradResearch#Levine.


Members of CAPD/ACDP offer sincere congratulations to the winners of these prestigious awards:

GRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE WINNERS! 3M Oral Care – CAPD/ACDP Graduate Student Research Award, 2017 Dr. Anne-Marie Moreau

Dr. Keith Titley Pediatric Dental Graduate Training Scholarship, 2017-2018 Dr. Cameron Grant

The Dr. Keith Titley Pediatric Dentistry Graduate Training Scholarship: 1st Prize: Dr. Andrew Wong, University of British Columbia 2nd Prize: Dr. Marie-Lyne Gosselin, University of Toronto

Dr. Norman Levine Undergraduate Dental Student Award Vanessa Dufour, Université de Montréal Linda Vanessa Rivera, Université Laval


Dr. Norman Levine Undergraduate Dental Student Award Dr. Norm Levine was the first graduate trainee in pediatric dentistry from the Faculty of Dentistry, University of Toronto program in 1960. Norm was Professor and Head of the Department of Pediatric Dentistry, Faculty of Dentistry, University of Toronto from 1976 to 1993. He was an internationally renowned and respected leader in dentistry for Persons with Disabilities. Demonstrating a steadfast passion for pediatric dentistry, Norm raised its profile and reputation. It is with great honour and respect that the membership of CAPD/ACDP has established The Canadian Academy of Pediatric Dentistry/Académie Canadienne de Dentisterie Pédiatrique Dr. Norman Levine Undergraduate Dental Student Award.

CONGRATULATIONS TO…

University of Toronto: Dr. Julia Rukavina (L) and Dr.Paul Andrews present Erin Goertzen with the Dr. Norman Levine Award. They are standing in front of Dr. Levine’s portrait done by Ms. Amanda Arlotta (a student at OCADU), the daughter of the secretary in the Paedo. Dept.

Laval University: Louis-Paul Dionne-Berlinguette is the winner of the Dr. Norman Levine Award. Left to Right: Dre Suzanne Hébert, Professor / professeure en dentisterie pédiatrique, Louis-Paul Dionne Berlinguette et Dre Cathia Bergeron, Dean/doyenne, © Université Laval / Pascal Duchesne

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McGill University – Gabriel Icho University of British Columbia – Michelle Wilczek-Piekarska University of Alberta – Benjamin Hughes Dalhousie University – Tyler Nelson University of Manitoba – Trent Lamirande and Anita Lee Université de Montréal – Camille Gilbert

Photos were not available at Press time but the winners will be featured in the December issue of The Mirror


GETTING TO BETTER KNOW THE MEMBERS OF THE ACADEMY

DR. IAN McCONNACHIE Why did you choose to specialize in pediatric dentistry? When I first graduated in dentistry, I spent a year doing fly-in care for First Nations folks in Northern Ontario followed by two years treating residents in a facility for developmentally delayed children and adults. I discovered that I had some innate skills in working with kids and decided I wanted to have the chance to work with patients with a clean slate on which to build the foundations of a lifetime of good oral health. Where did you do your training? I received my B.Sc. and D.D.S. from the University of Toronto followed by my M.S. in Pediatric Dentistry at the University of Michigan, graduating there in 1980.

What do you enjoy the most about your job? I love the multitude of options that a health care professional has throughout their career. In clinical care, I love taking a child with his or her unique set of elements and challenges, and working with them, helping them grow their knowledge and work through any difficulties they have. To see their growth and ultimate pleasure in coming in to see our team is fabulous. What do you find most challenging? Probably coming to the realization that there is so much in my care for which I don’t have all the answers. Challenge is opportunity. I only wish I had a whole lot more energy to fill in some of the missing pieces in care while balancing with life.

Training Ride to the Champlain Lookout


Dr. Ian McConnachie

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What is the most misunderstood aspect about Pediatric Dentistry? Depends who you ask! Dentists currently too often think care for pre-cooperative young patients is about putting them to sleep, missing the holistic benefits of managing disease risk while growing patient trust. The public too often thinks it is about filling teeth and miss the growing knowledge base of an evolving specialty.

The Speroway Team in Haiti

Industry Involvement. You volunteered to be the Chair of the CAPD/ACDP Ottawa Annual Conference in 2019. In general, why do you volunteer? Easiest answer is that it is fun. I learn a great deal about myself and my profession, I get to work with some amazing people, and if I am lucky, I get to make a difference. Are you involved in other volunteer positions other than those with CAPD/ACDP? There isn’t a lot of dust gathering under me currently. I am on the RCDSO working group updating the Ontario Standards on sedation and anesthesia. I am also finishing off several committee positions with the Ontario Dental Association including as consulting editor for YOH.ca, a patient information magazine. Locally, I currently chair a committee for my community association. One of my greatest joys has also been my international volunteering on a medical-dental team with Speroway working in the developing world.


Dr. Ian McConnachie

Cont’d

Why is Ottawa a great location for the Annual Conference? Any changes, revelations, surprises that you can reveal at this stage? I love this city and what it is becoming. It is so much more than a “government town”, with great cultural venues, connection with wonderful natural areas and great restaurants. Add to that the institutions like the National Gallery and museums, it is a great city to bring the entire family. Our local team includes some new leaders ready to take charge. It is pulling together an exciting scientific program as well as neat stuff for the family. While still in the early stages, our planned theme is currently called: “Pediatric Dentistry: Changing Trends and New Paradigms” We hope to challenge you with some controversies as well as leading edge information. Like our colleagues on the Banff team, we also like the idea of a premeeting course and are working on that now. What is your message to Pediatric Dentists (Students, Graduates, Active in the Profession) about the value of volunteering (the value to the individual; the value to the profession)?

Retirement from Clinical Practice

Simple answer is get involved. Stretch yourself. You will never regret it, and you will find out a few interesting things about yourself. Looking at a crystal ball, what innovations in the profession do you foresee (or dream about) in the years ahead? This is one of the reasons I wish I was 20 years younger. The future is going to be both challenging and full of really exciting stuff. I predict our profession will move in the direction of greater collaboration with other health care professions, we will continue to face challenges from outside of the profession, our new graduates will need to spend additional time in education, probably in a 5th year residency, and the scientific advances will only accelerate on many fronts. As you seem to lead a fairly busy life, what do you do to relax and unwind? Red usually works better for me than white! I try to keep fit but face the challenges of an aging body. I love reading, both fiction and non-fiction, dabbling in a bit of photography, and am constantly trying to make my gardens grow.


CAPD/ACDP Committees and Association Liaisons Working to Enhance Membership Value CAPD/ACDP has a number of standing Committees as well as appointed liaisons with other dental and industry associations, each with specific responsibilities in the service of CAPD/ACDP members. We feel that it is important for you to know that your Executive and Volunteers are actively engaged in the industry and looking out for your interests on both the domestic and international scene. Membership involvement is the hallmark of our Academy. If you are interested in serving on one of the committees, please contact the respective Chair or send an email to steve@capd-acdp.org

Committees Executive

Membership

Finance

Nominating

Scientific

Communications

Chairperson and Members Chair: PresidentDr. Paul Andrews Members are Elected Officers including the Vice President, Dr. Raymond Lee, SecretaryTreasurer Dr. Jennifer MacLellan and Past President, Dr. Patrick Canonne. The EC may request advice from the Executive Director, Parliamentarian, RCDC Councillor for Pediatric Dentistry liaison to CAPD/ACDP, and other individuals as required. Chair: Vice PresidentDr. Raymond Lee. Members: Secretary-Treasurer Dr. Jennifer MacLellan, Dr. John Wiles, Past President Dr. Patrick Canonne and other individuals as required. Chair: Secretary-TreasurerDr. Jennifer MacLellan Members-Vice President Dr. Raymond Lee and Dr. Ian McConnachie Chair: Past PresidentDr. Patrick Canonne. MembersPresident, Vice President and Secretary-Treasurer Chair: Dr. Elsa Hui-Derksen Members: Drs. Tracy Doyle, Irwin Fried, Regina Revuelta, Trang Nguyen Chair: Dr. Judy Martin

Purpose The Executive Committee shall be the managing body and shall constitute the Board of Directors of the Academy vested with full power to conduct the business of the Academy. It shall have the power to establish rules and regulations consistent with these Bylaws and to establish ad-interim policies and guidelines between Annual General Meetings when such policies and guidelines are necessary for the management of the Academy provided that all policies are presented to the General Assembly for ratification at the next Annual General Meeting of the Academy. Consider matters related to the interests and well-being of the members and promote membership in the Academy

Prepare an annual budget for submission to the Executive Committee, and investigate and report on financial matters

Nominate from the active and honourary membership, line officer positions.

Purpose of the Scientific Committee: Organize the Graduate Student Scientific Session at annual meetings  Assist in the process of selection of topics and or themes in conjunction with annual scientific meetings To design a communications strategy that effectively engages and informs the membership and the Academy’s various stakeholders through e-mails, e-blasts, the website and The Mirror, with the assistance of the Executive Secretary and the Director of Operations.


Committees Constitution and ByLaws

Scholarship and Canadian Graduate Student Affairs

Chairperson and Members Chair-Vice President Dr. Raymond Lee Members: Drs. Ross Anderson, John Wiles, Michal Goralski, Patrick Canonne, Warren Loeppky Chair – Dr. John Wiles Members-Dr. Keith Titley, Dr. Ross Anderson Liaison to Canadian Graduate Students studying in the United States: Drs. Michal Goralski, Terry Farqhuar Liaison at the Canadian Pediatric Dental Training programs: Drs. Karen Campbell, Brad Klus, Duy-Dat Vu, John Wiles

CAPD/ACDP National Annual Conference Committee

Annual Conference Banff LOC 2018

Annual Conference Ottawa LOC 2019 Annual Conference Vancouver LOC 2020 CPS Oral Health Section/ CAPD/ACDP Liaison to CPS

Chair: Vice President Dr. Raymond Lee Members- Executive Director, Past LOC Chair, Current LOC Chair, Incoming LOC Chair, Scientific Committee Chair, Director of Operations. Chair: Dr. Brad Krusky Members – Drs. Sarah Hulland, Kari Badwi, Sandi Schwann, Orest Pilipowicz, Shirin Sheiny Chair: Dr. Ian McConnachie Members: Drs. Aimee Castro and Marie-Lyne Gosselin Chair: Dr. Anita Gartner Members: TBA Dr. Sean Ostro

CDA Committee on Clinical and Scientific Affairs

Dr. Geoff Smith

Access to Care

Drs. Paul Andrews, Ross Anderson, Geoff Smith and Anil Joshi.

CDAC Committee on Hospital Service and Internship

Drs. Geoff Smith and Ross Anderson

Purpose Review proposed changes to the Constitution, by-laws and Rules and Regulations.

 Act, through the student reps at each Canadian Graduate training program as their contacts with the academy. This may involve the dissemination of information to the students, answering any questions from the students, and acting as the students advocate with the academy. Administration and awarding of the Dr. Keith Titley scholarship. Creating the criteria, and implementing the new Dr. Norman Levine undergraduate prize at the Canadian dental Schools.  We are the go to people for the students if they have any questions or concerns  Engage students in the US that might not be aware of the benefits of CAPD/ACDP membership and of being part of the Canadian pediatric dental community. To propose future meeting cities to the Executive Council, suggest candidates to Chair the Local Organizing Committee, review the LOC guidelines from time to time and ensure that recommendations from previous meetings are documented.

To coordinate the venues, educational program, local activities, entertainment and schedule for the Annual Meeting in consultation with the Executive Director, with the assistance of the Director of Operations, Executive Secretary and Chair of the Scientific Committee. The Oral Health Section advocates for and promotes optimal oral health for infants, children and adolescents, including children and youth with special health care needs. This section also provides expertise and guidelines for children and youth with special health care needs through a number of programs including the provision of a forum for discussion of important child and youth dental health issues between the CPS and the CAPD/ACDP Committee of the CDA that examines topics and comes up with knowledge based position statements and guidelines that are recommended to the CDA Board for approval. Ad Hoc Committee of the CDA with a mandate to look at access to care for seniors, notably in LTC and in access to care for infants, notably the age one visit. This is resulting in the campaign to both dentists and the public on the “First Tooth, First Visit – a time to celebrate”. Reviews all of the accredited hospital dental services and internships (dental residencies in Canada) to insure that standards that are reflective of quality service and education are met in accordance with CDAC.


CDSA Representative Liaison

Dr. Paul Andrews

RCDC Councillor

Dr. Felicity Hardwick

3M Oral Care Liaison

Dr. Ross Anderson

CDA representative to the CDAC Board

Dr. Ross Anderson

IAPD Representative

Dr. Katherine Zettle

Dedicated to the representation and advancement of the Canadian Dental Specialties, the profession of dentistry nationally and internationally, the achievement of optimal oral health, general health and quality of life of Canadians, and the support of the profession of dentistry in the advancement of optimal oral health. See http://www.cdsa-acsd.ca/. Report on relevant RCDC Executive council matters to CAPD/ACDP. Position changes every 3 years. To insure an ongoing relationship with 3M Oral Care and their sponsorship of the 3M Oral Care CAPD/ACDP Graduate Training Presentation Awards The Commission on Dental Accreditation of Canada (CDAC) is the body responsible for accrediting dental, dental specialty, dental residency, dental hygiene and dental assisting education programs in Canada. CDAC also accredits dental services. In Quebec, dental services accredited by ODQ are recognized by CDAC The International Association of Paediatric Dentistry (IAPD) is a non-profit organization with the objective to contribute to the progress and promotion of oral health for children around the globe. IAPD includes 60 National Member Societies and represents more than 15,000 dentists.

Please note that CAPD/ACDP has made every effort to list the involvement of our Members in the various industry committees and associations. We acknowledged that many CAPD/ACDP members are involved in provincial associations and committees. If your name and committee work were inadvertently omitted, please accept our sincere apologies and send a note to steve@capd-acdp so we may include you in the next issue of The Mirror. The latest updates to the Committees and Association Liaisons listings may be found at http://capd-acdp.org/Committees.


It’s Almost Membership Renewal Time! But you don’t have to do anything yet. An email will be sent to all members in early June, asking that they please renew their memberships for the year 2018-2019 by July 1st. 2017-2018 memberships begin on July 1st, 2017. MEMBERSHIP HAS ITS BENEFITS CAPD/ACDP belongs to a National and International community of dental professionals. The Academy is the ‘GoTo” Organization for all issues pertaining to the oral health of infants, children, adolescents and persons with special health care needs. Please review http://capd-acdp.org/Benefits for full details. The CAPD/ACDP…     

Is the recognized voice for pediatric dentistry with the Canadian Dental Association (CDA) Maintains a close, continuous liaison with the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD) and negotiates exclusive AAPD membership rates for CAPD/ACDP members Maintains close, continuous liaison with the Canadian Pediatric Society (CPS) Is a member of the Canadian Dental Specialties Association (CDSA) Is a member of the International Association of Paediatric Dentistry (IAPD)

Education and Networking Opportunities     

The Annual Conference provides a forum for education and opportunities for intra-professional support with peer pediatric dentists, and at a reduced members’ rate. The Membership Directory provides information for referral and increasing communication among members The CAPD/ACDP Committee structure allows members to be as involved in the Academy as they choose. Committees are listed in this issue of The Mirror, as well as on the website. Subscription to The Mirror, CAPD/ACDP’s newsletter, published twice yearly to inform members about current issues and events. Just-in-Time information. CAPD/ACDP’s member communication protocol allows for the transmission of information on a timely basis, while at the same time eliminating unnecessary e-blasts.

Business Benefits  

The CAPD/ACDP website contains updated information about all aspects of the Academy including News, Events, Membership Directory, the Find-a-Dentist Directory, a platform to update your file and more. Classified Ads that allow members to post notices as well as check out opportunities relating to positions and office space availability.

Graduates and Undergraduates 

A page dedicated to Graduates and Undergraduates provides information on Scholarships, Abstracts, 19 Student Member benefits (!), complimentary attendance at the Annual Conference scientific sessions, and more.


Strolling around the town of Banff, April 11, 2018


PUT YOURSELF IN THE PICTURE: TRANQUILITY, FRESH AIR, MOUNTAIN VIEWS PLUS GREAT SCIENTIFIC SESSIONS AND SOCIAL EVENTS

SEE YOU IN BANFF, ALBERTA AT THE CAPD/ACDP ANNUAL CONFERENCE, SEPTEMBER 13-14-15, 2018

Take your photo in one of the Parks Canada chairs at the top of Sulphur Mountain during the Friday evening Welcome Reception. Scenery: Free but B.Y.O.C. (Bring your own camera)

The Mirror, June, 2018  

The semi-annual newsletter of the Canadian Academy of Pediatric Dentistry.

The Mirror, June, 2018  

The semi-annual newsletter of the Canadian Academy of Pediatric Dentistry.

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