Global Leadership Dentistry & Sciences (GLDS) has announced a partnership with the American Dental Association (ADA). GLDS will contribute to taskforces for subject matter experts in the dental and healthcare fields housed as part of the ADA. As a crossover platform consisting of and for healthcare subject matter experts, the collaboration between ADA and GLDS will benefit in connecting leaders in healthcare towards collaborative research and innovation opportunities. Through this collaboration, GLDS will provide a real-time global perspective and component to its contribution to standards in the healthcare field alongside ADA.
As a platform with access to symposiums, networking, mentorship, and real-time collaboration for impact in various healthcare subsectors, GLDS eagerly anticipates connecting its ambassadors, corporate partners, institutional partners, academic partners, and healthcare sector members to the ADA. This collaboration will expand current standards and further their applications to the dental and healthcare sector.
About Global Leadership Dentistry & Sciences (GLDS)
The GLDS platform is designed for experts in the healthcare sector who are interested in leading and learning from other systems by intersecting with healthcare participants in geo-specific and global positions. Our members have access to symposiums, networking, mentorship, and collaboration for impact in the following healthcare sectors: interdisciplinary dental, medical, sciences, public health, private practice, academia, R&D, legislative policy, regulatory industry standards, media, consumer sector, business, and industry.
For more information, please visit https://dclaserdentist.wixsite.com/globalleadership.
For more information about Claudia C. Cotca DDS, MPH, please visit https://claudiaccotca.com.
About the American Dental Association (ADA)
“The ADA’s mission is to help dentists succeed and support the advancement of public health. We are guided by our core values, which include integrity, excellence, and a dedication to providing evidence-based insights that empower you to deliver quality oral care to all patients.
We advocate for public health by focusing on crucial issues such as access to care, the rules and regulations surrounding the practice of dentistry, and much more.”
For more information, please visit https://www.ada.org/about.
The ADA serves as your source for the latest research on oral health, along with helpful practice guidelines, data on industry trends, and a variety of practical programs that support your personal health and success.
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