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Greetings from Robin R. Roderick, new ADHP President
Dear colleagues, friends and support members of Direct Access Dental Hygiene Services Greetings and Happy New Year! I am honored to be elected president of this remarkable association, and I look forward to meeting and working with all of you (current and future members). I want to personally thank you for your past support of the Alliance, and your confidence in the officers who bring together this dynamic and successful association. I applaud every one of you for all you do as a direct access provider, educator, support member, sponsor, or provisional member (spouses and children). The Alliance of Dental Hygiene Practitioners (ADHP) is a community of practitioners/people (COP) who support our mission to improve the oral health of our communities by promoting evidence-based, cost effective oral hygiene services, in addition to public access and education. We are an association that advocates and supports consumer choices and community partnerships.
As oral health integrates with primary care, training and promotion of team-based care is essential. National health care reform brings new opportunities for dental professionals. As an association we need to embrace this challenge. Our association (ADHP), as with any other association, is member driven. What Does Membership Give US to Help Others? Membership gives us political clout and a voice in legislation. Membership increases our presence in the community. Membership identifies us as a profession and a professional. Membership sets us apart from non licensed and technical positions Membership provides the forum for practitioners to come together, network and learn from each other. Membership produces professional growth. With membership the power of one is multiplied. My job as president is to listen to members’ needs, and lead this association based on the mission of our organization. ADHP is working to meet the needs of Direct Access Providers. As of April 2018, there are 42 Direct Access States. With my newly elected board, we are engaged in strategic planning and are extremely excited for the activities planned for the coming year. Your input from member surveys will help steer our organization to new heights! Sincerely, Robin R. Roderick, RDH, MSDH
President - Robin Roderick, RDH, MSDH
Direct Access refers to the ability of a dental hygienist to initiate treatment based on their assessment of a patient’s needs without the specific authorization of a dentist, treat the patient without the presence of a dentist, and maintain a provider-patient relationship. “ http://www.adha.org/direct- access.
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© Copyright 2000 Alliance of Dental Hygiene Practitioners. All rights reserved.
Greetings from Robin R. Roderick, new ADHP President
President - Robin Roderick, RDH, MSDH
Greetings and Happy New Year! I am honored to be elected president of this remarkable association, and I look forward to meeting and working with all of you (current and future members). I want to personally thank you for your past support of the Alliance, and your confidence in the officers who bring together this dynamic and successful association. I applaud every one of you for all you do as a direct access provider, educator, support member, sponsor, or provisional member (spouses and children). The Alliance of Dental Hygiene Practitioners (ADHP) is a community of practitioners/people (COP) who support our mission to improve the oral health of our communities by promoting evidence-based, cost effective oral hygiene services, in addition to public access and education. We are an association that advocates and supports consumer choices and community partnerships.
As oral health integrates with primary care, training and promotion of team-based care is essential. National health care reform brings new opportunities for dental professionals. As an association we need to embrace this challenge. Our association (ADHP), as with any other association, is member driven. What Does Membership Give US to Help Others? Membership gives us political clout and a voice in legislation. Membership increases our presence in the community. Membership identifies us as a profession and a professional. Membership sets us apart from non licensed and technical positions Membership provides the forum for practitioners to come together, network and learn from each other. Membership produces professional growth. With membership the power of one is multiplied. My job as president is to listen to members’ needs, and lead this association based on the mission of our organization. ADHP is working to meet the needs of Direct Access Providers. As of April 2018, there are 42 Direct Access States. With my newly elected board, we are engaged in strategic planning and are extremely excited for the activities planned for the coming year. Your input from member surveys will help steer our organization to new heights! Sincerely, Robin R. Roderick, RDH, MSDH
Dear colleagues, friends and support members of Direct Access Dental Hygiene Services