Your key go-to is the Dental Graduate Handbook, packed full of handy info but you can also access medicines info, HR guideance, get advice from your colleagues via Peer, and much more …
What you need to know:
Get a great start on your career with the Dental Graduate Handbook which covers key aspects of the profession with which you need to familiarise yourself.
Find that perfect position through the ADA's Jobs Board which features ads from across Australia.
The ADA offers discounted membership fees through your local Branch with full access to all services and resources are available for recently graduated dentists for the first two years of practice.
As you find your feet in the profession, Peer, the ADA's online community for members, is the perfect place to seek advice and get to know fellow practising dentists.
Recognising that having a mentor is always beneficial, your local Branch facilitates these kinds of valuable career connections.
Your guide to the definitive three-digit coding system for items and clinical procedures, the Schedule and Glossary comes in both PDF form and an online searchable database known as the Online Schedule and Glossary.
As a registered dental practitioner, you have a legal obligation to comply with the Dental Board of Australia's requirements when it comes to infection prevention and control.
Stretch your new career dollar further Lifestyle Benefits offers a wide of range of goods & services at prices only available to members.
Locate policies, guidelines and publications quickly and easily.