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The IADR CE On Demand library houses recordings of cutting-edge presentations from IADR and AADR meetings, and at the conclusion of each recorded session a brief quiz may be completed for ADA CERP credit. As part of your membership benefits, remember to take advantage of this premium opportunity to earn continuing education credits and to absorb some of the science that was shared at meetings by logging into the IADR members-only section and selecting “IADR CE On Demand” under “Educational Resources.”

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2017 IADR/AADR/CADR General Session & Exhibition

2017 IADR/AADR/CADR General Session & Exhibition

The recordings from the 95th General Session of the IADR, which was held in conjunction with the 46th Annual Meeting of the AADR and 41st Annual Meeting of the CADR, gives you access to the slides and audio from a number of the educational sessions including the IADR Distinguished Lecture Series that were presented in San Francisco, Cali., USA. These recordings are no longer eligible for CE credit but are available for viewing. 


Following is the list of recordings available from the 2017 IADR/AADR/CADR General Session:



  • Steven ChuIADR_4290(3-23-17).JPG 
    Nobel Laureate 
    Stanford University 
    William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of Physics 
    Professor of Molecular and Cellular Physiology 
    James H. Clark Center 
    Stanford, Calif., USA 
    "Climate Change, Energy and a Sustainable, Low Cost Path Forward"  

  • Enola ProctorIADR_7355(3-25-17).JPG 
    Fellow, American Academy of Social Work & Social Welfare  
    Washington University in St. Louis 
    Shanti K. Khinduka Distinguished Professor 
    Director, Center for Mental Health Services Research 
    George Warren Brown School of Social Work 
    St. Louis, Mo., USA 
    "Implementation Science: The Path From Research to High Quality Care"


Adaptive and Regenerative Aspects of the Masticatory Complex


The Evolution of the Human Head: An Overview of Masticatory Forces and Shaping of the Skull Christopher Vinyard
Adaptive and Regenerative Capacities of the Bone-Periodontal Ligament-Tooth Fibrous Joint Sunita Ho
Adaptive Capacities of Cranial and Palatal Sutures of the Craniofacial Masticatory Complex Sue Herring
Forces on the Muscle and Tissues of the Temporomandibular Joint Jeffrey Nickel
Forces on the Muscle and Tissues of the Temporomandibular Joint Laura Iwasaki

Association Between Sugar-Sweetened Beverages and Childhood Obesity


A Systematic Review of the Association Between Increased Consumption of Sugar-sweetened Beverage and Excess Weight Gain in Children Under Age 12 Julie Frantsve-Hawley
Surveys of Dentists and Dental Hygienists in Practice and in Public Health to Address Obesity in Children Under Age 12 Robin Wright
A Scoping Review of the Role of Insurers in Oral Health Professionals’ Efforts to Address Obesity and Reduce Consumption of Sugar-sweetened Beverages in Children Under Age 12 Mary Foley


Aubrey Sheiham: Celebrating His Academic Legacy

Behavioral Dentistry: Evidence-Basis and Vision for the Future

Beyond Dental School: Continuing Your Research in Your Specialty

Bioengineering of Salivary Glands

Biomarker Discovery: Towards Personalized Medicine for Oral Cancer

Breastfeeding and Oral Health: Existing Evidence and Methodological Challenges

  • Caries Management With Silver Diamine Fluoride
  • Children's Oral Health Conceptual Frameworks - Reflecting Back and Looking Ahead
  • Dental Caries in Epidemiological Surveys: What to be Detected and How to Report?
  • e-Health: Research Initiatives in New Technologies in Oral Health
  • Engaging Patient Perspectives in National Dental PBRN Research
  • Erosive Tooth Wear-What You Need to Know!
  • Evidenced-based Minimally Invasive Dentistry for Older Adults
  • Genetics and Periodontitis: An Update on the Latest Evidence
  • Gies Symposium on Research and Scholarship in 2040
  • Healing Orofacial Tissue Defects by Blood? Science and Clinical Practice
  • Issues in Clinical Periodontal Research
  • Legends and Legacies: Celebrating a Golden Era in Craniofacial Research
  • Linking Nutrition & Dentistry: Interdisciplinary Collaboration for a Common Cause
  • Oral Health Disparities Among Children in the Caribbean Region
  • Oral Health of Minority Women and Mothers
  • Oral Streptococci in Systemic Infections
  • Peri-Implant Tissue Healing/Maintenance in Systemically Compromised Scenarios
  • Peri-Implantitis: The Disease of the Future!
  • Periodontal Inflammation as a Public Health Problem
  • Post Minamata: What Status Amalgam Replacements?
  • Preventing Oral Disease at the Intersection of Microbiome and Salivary Proteome
  • Protein and Mineral Trafficking in Mineralizing Cells
  • Psychological Approaches to Oral Health: Theory-based Interventions
  • Reengineering the Clinical and Translational Research Workforce for Dentistry
  • Stem Cells and Microenvironments for Dental and Craniofacial Tissue Regeneration
  • The Epigenetics of Oral Cancer
  • The President's Symposium: Visions on Oral Health vs. Systemic Health
  • TMD and Headache Co-morbidity: A Bedside to Bench Perspective
  • Waking Oral Parafunctions: Significance, Relevance to TMD, and Future Challenges
  • What Does Public Health Know About Medication Use and Misuse in Dentistry?
  • What Will It Take to Close the Gender Gap in Dental Academia?
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