ADAQ Sub-Branches

Sub-Branches comprise of members of the ADAQ within a prescribed geographical area. All ADAQ members within an area prescribed by Council are eligible to be members of the Sub-Branch.

Objectives of ADAQ Sub-Branches

The objectives of a Sub-Branch are:

  1. To further the interests and objects of the Association
  2. To establish closer liaison between members practising within the local regional area
  3. To afford a medium for discussion and consideration of:
    1. Any matter referred by the Council to the Sub-Branch;
    2. Any matter for referral by the Sub-Branch to Council;
    3. Matters of a clinical, scientific or professional nature or otherwise of mutual interest to Members
  4. To provide a means of co-operation and peer interaction between members;
  5. To provide continuing professional development (CPD) activities for eligible Members.

Sub-Branches comply with ADAQ's Sub-Branch Guidelines, overall ADAQ Constitution and By-Laws, and have elected office bearers and conduct activities consistent with ADAQ's overall objectives.

ADAQ Sub-Branches and Official Contacts

Bundaberg
Dr Paul Dever
[email protected]

Ipswich
Dr Andrew Wong

Kingaroy
Dr Man Chun (Simon) Lee

Cairns
Dr Brian James
[email protected]

Mackay
Dr Peter Monckton

Sunshine Coast
Dr Peter Jorgensen
[email protected]

Gladstone
Dr Patrick Dohring

Rockhampton
Dr Kelly Hennessy

Toowoomba
Dr Rob Sivertsen
[email protected]

Gold Coast
Dr Roslyn Grant
[email protected]
   

Sub-Branch Event Submission

ADAQ is always willing to provide event administration support to Sub-Branches. If you would like event assistance, please fill out this form.    

More information

If any ADAQ Member would like more details on a Sub-Branch please contact us.

Study Clubs

ADAQ is proud to support the following affiliated Study Clubs. Please see the ADAQ Guidelines for Affiliated Study Clubs .

Australian Association of Laser Dentistry

Contact: Prof Laurie Walsh or Dr David Cox

The aim of the AALD is to provide a forum to discuss clinical aspects of Laser Dentistry in a non-aligned, non-partisan manner, so that all can benefit from the experience of others. The group meets approximately four times per year and is open to new members. To find out more information please visit the AALD website or Facebook page.

Amara Study Group

This is a study club exclusively for women dentists.

Amara Study Group: Gold Coast

This is a new study club exclusively for women dentists in the Gold Coast region. The study club meet 4 times per year and hold a High Tea social event.
Contact: Amara Gold Coast

Bennett Movement Study Club

Contact: Dr Richard Grant-Thomson

Bennett Movement is a small low key study group of about 10 members and 10 casual members (regular guests) made up of both GDPs and SDPs. The Movement formed in 2000 and the experience of practitioners ranges from 8 to 20 years, however, the Movement is not exclusive and we are open to all comers. They meet monthly throughout the year at a local restaurant (no meetings in December and January).

Cadmus Society Study Club

Contact: Dr Richard Huynh

Cadmus Society celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2012 and continues to have a committed membership of general dentists and specialists. The Society meets in the evening on the first Tuesday of every month at ADAQ Christensen House, Bowen Hills.

Carabelli Study Club

Contact: Dr Brett Phillips 

Dental Book Club Study Group

Contact: Dr Norah Ayad & Dr David Le

This study club meets 3-4 times per year. It is comprised of graduates from the University of Queensland Class of 2012 and offers guest membership to any dental professionals. The fundamental aim of the group is to create a forum for discussion of clinical and professional issues relating to practice in an atmosphere of collegiality, peer mentoring and social gathering.

Dental Study Club of Brisbane

Contact: Dr Jennifer Wu

This is the first Dental Study Club founded in Australia and has limited membership. Brisbane metro and country members meet on the third Tuesday of the month in locations such as The Brisbane Polo Club and Hope Island Golf Club. The Club hosts an annual 3-day Scientific Weekend and follows the ethos of further dental education.

Fusion Study Club

Contact: Dr Tasnia Mouna

Infusion Study Group

Contact: Dr Esther Cheng

Pogonion Dental Study Club

Contact: Dr Laura Barbagallo

Southside Dental Study Club

Contact: Dr Lachlan Crowther

Vardiman Dental Study Club

Contact: Dr Megan Tucker

Vardiman Dental Study Club is a long-standing Brisbane-based Study Club comprising a mix of both general dentists and dental specialists. The Club meets for seven meetings in a calendar year on the second Tuesday of the designated months (usually February, March, May, June, July, October and November) at various restaurant locations throughout Brisbane. We also hold one Social Event a year. Lecturers are invited from various areas of expertise to present to the Club for one hour. Our Club capacity is currently around 50 active members.

Synergy Study Club

Contact: Dr Julian Dantes

Synergy Study Club is a Sunshine Coast based study club that meets bimonthly in person on a Monday evening for a meal and scientific presentation by a guest lecturer.

Apply to be an ADAQ-affiliated study club

Before you start, please read the ADAQ Guidelines for Affiliated Study Clubs carefully.

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