At the first global conference for, "Managing Sustainability in Dentistry," leading experts in dentistry and sustainability will examine current industry trends, present business case studies, and speak on diverse topics related to marketing, nutrition, and technology.
Speakers will also provide actionable guidance for how to apply “Standard Practice for Managing Sustainability in Dentistry,” which is a new ethic and voluntary sustainability framework published by ASTM International for the dental community as well as the adopted Sustainable Dentistry Policy by the World Dental Federation (FDI) in August 2017.
By attending this conference, attendees will gain the necessary practice management tools to build and manage organizations that have a greater positive social, environmental and economic impact.
The Harpa Conference Centre in Reykjavik, the capital city of Iceland, will be the location for the event. Austurbakki 2, 101 Reykjavík, Iceland
Inspired by Iceland’s iconic fjord landscapes, the Harpa Conference Center has not only become
Reykjavik’s new social and cultural hub, but also the recipient of several prestigious awards, such as
the 2013 European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture – Mies van der Rohe Award.
Monday, July 23, 2018 and Tuesday, July 24, 2018
Due to elevated tourism in Iceland during the month of July, advance reservations for hotel room blocks and flights are highly encouraged. Registration is limited to 400 participants.
This course meets the DENTAL BOARD OF CALIFORNIA requirements for 14 units of continuing education.
Morning: Sunday July 22nd, 2018
(No cost – Participants limited)
With shovels and trees in hand, conference attendees are invited to take a short bus ride to Heidmork, Reykjavik’s largest recreational forest. Upon arrival at Heidmork, we will join members of the Forestry Association of Reykjavik in a “Tree Planting” activity which will serve to offset the carbon emissions from the trip. A plaque will be made to dedicate
Be a part of history... We look forward to seeing you there!
This is a collaborative effort between H.K. Allison Projects for Sustainability and the Forestry Association of Reykjavik.
“Iceland is not exactly known for its sunny and warm weather, but in July that’s what you could get from the land of fire and ice. July boasts Iceland’s warmest temperatures with average highs around 14 degrees Celsius (57 F) and average lows of 9 degrees Celsius (48 F).”
— Icelandic Hotel Magazine
SPONSORED BY H. K. ALLISON PROJECTS FOR SUSTAINABILITY
H. K. Allison Projects for Sustainability was formed in 2014. It is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization which received tax-exempt status on May 25, 2016.Our organization is a continuing education registered provider with the Dental Board of California; Registration #RP5701
Among the sites to see in Iceland, check out the puffins.
“Iceland is home to one of the world's largest colonies of puffins, and every August millions of newborn puffins leave their burrows in the cliffs of Heimaey—the main island in the Westmann Islands chain off the south coast of Iceland—to fly off over the north Atlantic. They leave at night, using the moon to navigate.”
Iceland is one of those colonies because in spring time the puffins come over here for nesting and Iceland is the breeding home for about 60 percent of the world's Atlantic puffins. Puffins can be seen in Iceland from early April until September each year.