The Thomas P. Hinman Dental Meeting is an annual tradition, providing dentists, dental hygienists, dental assistants, laboratory technicians and dental office staff with the latest and most comprehensive continuing education in dentistry today. March 12-13, 2021
The meeting is known for its Southern Hospitality, extraordinary educational programs, impressive roster of speakers, unsurpassed social events and all-inclusive technical exhibition. The Meeting is sponsored by the Hinman Dental Society, a non-profit organization, and all excess revenue is invested and then gifted in the form of scholarships to individuals and institutions that foster dental education. The society has provided nearly $9,000,000 in total giving to date.
• More than 45 in-person courses at the Atlanta Omni Hotel at CNN Center
• More than 40 virtual courses including live Q&A with the speakers on March 12 and 13
• Virtual courses available on-demand until April 12
• Exhibit halls provided both virtually and in person at the Omni Hotel
• Attendees are expected to wear masks and follow social distancing guidelines
For further information, please visit: https://www.hinman.org/Downloads/CMS/EducationEvents/2021%20Hinman%20Meeting%20Schedule.pdf
Source from: https://www.hinman.org/
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