Dr Norman Swan announced as speaker at SIDCON22

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SIDCON22 speakers

Leading ABC medical broadcaster and physician Dr Norman Swan will join three-time Paralympic gold medallist Kurt Fearnley AO as part of an incredible line-up of Australian and international speakers at the forthcoming SIDCON22.

Bringing together the flagship ADX Sydney event and the inaugural Sydney International Dental Conference, the Australian Dental Industry Association (ADIA) and the Australian Dental Association New South Wales (ADA NSW) have joined forces to deliver Australia’s largest oral health and networking event of 2022. 

Presenter of ABC Radio National’s Health Report, the world’s longest-running health program in the English-speaking world and a trusted and highly respected commentator on medical issues, Dr Swan will present on ‘The Role of the Consumer in Healthcare’ at SIDCON22. 

“As one of the most authoritative and renowned voices in Australian healthcare, we are delighted Dr Swan is presenting at SIDCON22,” ADA NSW president Dr Michael Jonas said.

“He will no doubt share some thought-provoking and engaging insights for our attendees. 

“Dr Swan is part of a terrific line-up of speakers and other events which will make SIDCON22 essential for everyone connected to the dental profession and further advance dentistry in Australia.” 

Thousands of dental professionals, including dentists and their practice teams, hygienists, prosthetists, therapists, dental students, recent graduates, and industry representatives are expected to attend the combined event. 

Taking place 16-19 March 2022 at the International Convention Centre Sydney, the event will connect all aspects of dentistry for the first time and present the latest developments across a range of oral health and other topics.

Delegates will then head over to the ADX Sydney Exhibition, (17-19 March) to explore the latest in dental technology and innovation. With free childcare onsite, delegates will be able to connect with friends and colleagues through a host of social and networking events on offer, including the popular 2022 Australian Dental Industry Awards and Women in Dentistry Breakfast, the gala event cocktail party, a recent graduates party, and the SIDCON22 Golf Day.

“The combination of ADX Sydney and SIDCON22 underlines our commitment to delivering the best possible value for our respective members,” ADIA CEO Kym De Britt said. 

“I expect the combined event will bring more than 10,000 delegates through the doors and over the next six years grow to be one of the largest oral health events in the Asia-Pacific region.” 

Registration details and other information is available at www.sidcon.com.au and for exhibition and sponsorship enquiries, contact Jan Van Dyk or Nikki Kelso on 1300 943 094.

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