This webinar has been rescheduled to the 28th of October at a new earlier time. Please check the times as daylight savings will also be in effect.
Sustainability is something that is talked about a lot. What does it really mean and how does it affect our practising lives?
We can all agree that big companies should be taking steps to becoming sustainable. How can they assist the individual practitioner and the community with more sustainable practices? What changes can be made to practice that will not compromise safety or the bottom line? This presentation looks at these important questions and provides some helpful insights into the topic.
Topics to be covered include:
- Understand what sustainability means
- Explore zero waste and the circular economy
- Consider companies approaches to sustainability and how these could assist dental practices
- Apply sustainability practices to the dental practice environment
About our speaker: Dr Susan Cartwright
Dr Susan Cartwright holds a Bachelor of Dental Surgery, a Diploma in Clinical Dentistry in Periodontology with Distinction from Otago University and a Masters Degree in Education with First Class Honours. Susan has had a diverse and evolving career in dentistry having worked in private practice within New Zealand and the United Kingdom with a keen interest in periodontology and as the Head of the Oral Health Department at AUT University. In 2010, Susan joined Colgate as head of the Colgate’s Scientific Affairs for the South Pacific region. As head of Colgate’s Scientific Affairs Susan has actively built capacity for research, oral health promotion, professional and community engagement and public health initiatives.
NSW, ACT, VIC, TAS - 7pm
QLD - 6pm
SA - 6:30pm
NT- 5.30 pm
WA - 4pm
We understand that the new times for this webinar are not ideal for our members residing in Western Australia and the Northern Territory, however our speaker is joining us from overseas in a later time zone and we were unable to run the webinar at our usual time. We apologies for the inconvenience and will make the webinar available to WA & NT members on demand.
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Non members: registration is available for non members at a cost of $20 per attendee.
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