ADHA


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AcronymDefinition
ADHAAmerican Dental Hygienists' Association
ADHAAmerican Drum Horse Association (Chalk Hill, PA)
ADHAAdditional Duty Hour Allowance
ADHAAustralian Department of Health and Aging
ADHAAutomatic Data Historical Archive (virtual data management)
ADHAArabians of the Desert Horse Association (equestrian club; California)
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Updating the OOH began when Ann Battrell, MSDH, chief executive officer was ADHA director of education.
ADHA has had a long-standing commitment to support the growth of the unique body of knowledge that defines us as a profession and contributes to the ongoing development of our scholarly discipline.
We also encourage consultants to bring more creative ideas to the table and partner with ADHA in the forthcoming phases of Bayti to continue to provide innovative and sustainable designs.
Its "Toothbrush Giveaway" gives ADHA a valuable opportunity to increase awareness about the importance of good oral hygiene as well as expose Web site visitors to additional key messages.
ADHA partners with other organizations on mutually useful research projects.
ADHA and the ADHA Board of Trustees wish to formally thank these individuals for their visionary work.
ADHA Vice President Matt Crespin, MPH, RDH; Georgia Dental Hygienists' Association President Valerie Dangler-Ferro, RDH, BSDH; and ADHA Alternate Delegate Misty Mattingly, RDH, BS, testified at ADA'S Annual Meeting where they urged the commissioners to adopt the proposed revisions in their entirety.
As the largest association representing the professional interests of the more than 120,000 registered dental hygienists in the United States, ADHA operates an annual budget of more than $6 million and has approximately 40 employees.
ADHA appreciates the long history of leadership that the FTC has demonstrated in urging policymakers to reduce or eliminate unnecessary occupational licensing requirements imposed by state law or rules.
Sometimes it seems as though people take positions with ADHA and stay only long enough to gain experience and build a reputation before moving on to better paying positions somewhere else.
Constituent-level advocates explain how they leveraged ADHA resources to achieve their wins.
The Wrigley Company Foundation Community Service Grants partners with ADHA to support applicants who are involved in a specific community health project that improves the public's oral health and provides oral health education.