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Newsletter December 2013

The Oral Health Conference for All Oral Health Professionals


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We’ve got our best lineup of speakers yet …… introducing


Dr Ihi Heke

As seen on Saving Gen-Y


Saving Gen-Y which aired on TV3 followed the physical and psychological journey of eight young New Zealanders. Dr Heke provided the messages and strategies to motivate participants to break their cycle of food addiction. He is currently a Maori health & physical activity consultant involved in a number of projects ranging from community based initiatives aimed at increasing physical activity, to working in applied roles with elite athletes as both a sport psychologist and strength/conditioner.


Dr. Heke strongly believes it is time we reassessed health promotion strategies for indigenous communities. More specifically, the messages and strategies used to motivate indigenous communities are based in non-indigenous paradigms and hence are destined to fail due to a lack of social validity.

For more speaker and programme information click here.

Online CPD log

In March we launched our new website which includes an online CPD log for each member. If you’re having trouble logging in or don’t know the email address we have in our database for you, please let us know and we’ll help you out.

Membership renewal

Current memberships expire on 31 March.

We won’t be sending you an invoice for renewal next year. An email reminder will be automatically generated by the website.

Do we have your correct email address? Would you rather receive Association emails at home than at work? Give us a call 04 473 9547 (or send us an email) so we can check the address in our database.

We’ll let you know in the new year if your DHB will be paying your membership fee to us directly.

Seasons greetings

We’d like to thank all of you for your continuing support and input. We’ve had a very enjoyable year working closely with many of you. It’s been great.

Our office will be closed from 20th Decembe to 6th January. We wish you all a very safe and happy holiday season and look forward to bringing you, and the Oral Health profession, more next year.