January 27 - 31, 2016
Exhibits: January 28 - January 30, 2016
Boston Convention & Exhibition Center
Yankee 2016 will offer classrooms on the exhibit show floor for companies that wish to present lectures or hands-on courses for attendees. These lectures are free to attendees and will be included in the Program Book.Rooms will be available in 2 and 3 hour time slots. Courses will run Thursday, January 28 through Saturday, January 30. Selection of a classroom location and time slots is on a first-come, first-served basis. In order to participate in these classrooms your company must be a contracted Yankee 2016 exhibitor.
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These manufacturer hosted educational sessions allow you to provide continuing education to attendees. Companies must send the speaker's course outline and resume by the deadline to be included in the official Yankee Program Book. Corporate Forums are free for attendees. The Yankee Program Committee will review courses to determine if CE credits will apply to the course being offered.
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At Yankee 2016 your company will have the unique opportunity to present a live dentistry program on the exhibit hall floor. These courses will be listed in the Yankee Program Book at no cost to attendees.
Yankee Dental congress will provide the stage in the exhibit hall, A/V equipment, a dental operatory and a seating area for 125 attendees. The programs will also have a televised view of the procedures. The company is responsible to provide the clinician, patient, and moderator if desired.
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Give doctors the opportunity to learn what your company is all about. This classroom is specifically designed to highlight the local brokers in our area. We will offer 2 slots on Thursday and 2 slots on Saturday that will be open first come, first serve for brokers to reserve and offer courses of their choice. (Yankee reserves the right to edit and approve final course description)The Friday morning and afternoon course will be a panel discussion, and we will allow 5 brokers to participate on each panel program. David Burch, from Bank of America will be the moderator for this program. We would ask that each broker submit questions ahead of time as initial questions to be discussed. (These will be distributed ahead of time, so that everyone has time to prepare.) Please note, that we will allow doctors to ask questions and have a meet & greet period with the brokers.All brokers who participate in this program will have their logo in the Program Book, as well as on the outside of the Classroom.
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Dr. Aruna Ramesh, Associate Professor Head, Division of Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology Chair will moderate this new program at Yankee! Attendees will be provided with an overview of Cone-beam computed tomography, the basics including image acquisition addressing what to look for when choosing a CBCT machine for your office, the appropriate field of view for your patient’s clinical needs , appropriate storage of the datasets obtained. The lecture will also cover CBCT analysis customized for specific diagnostic tasks such as implant treatment planning, orthodontic analysis and general review for pathology. Hands-on segment will allow attendees to play with multiple vendor specific software to view/analyze cone-beam data set that will help them identify the software features that are critical or preferences that will help them select the CBCT unit/software for THEM, as the clinical user.
Companies have the ability to sign on to participate for all three days (6 classes) of the program or for 1 class. Company is required to bring your own software and monitor to the course.
Dr. Ramesh will present for the first half of the course, then attendees will have time to circle thru 5 different software systems.
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Exhibits: January 28 - 30, 2016
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