When you’re thinking about a practice transition – whether it’s looking for your first job out of dental school, selling your practice, or something in between – make sure you’ve got all the resources you need.
From learning to practice safely during a pandemic to finding ways to accelerate your career, let’s explore a few of the ADA resources that might be useful to you, no matter what career stage you’re in.
Supporting Dentists through COVID-19
2020 has been a year of new challenges and the ADA stands committed to providing up-to-date practice essentials and science-based guidance for what lies ahead. The ADA’s got your back through it all, from immediately creating the ADA COVID-19 Center for Dentists to advocating for dentists to be included in vital relief legislation and the essential role dentistry plays in the current crisis. Dentists can continue to count on this critical work now and in the future.
Watch members share, in their own words, how their ADA community rallied.
Get the latest ADA COVID-19 guidance and resources to help you practice safely at ADA.org/virus.
Accelerating Toward Your Future
Created hand-in-hand with dentists like you, the ADA Accelerator Series launched this spring with a focus on financial, leadership and work/life balance tools to help you tackle challenges and achieve your long-term goals. Ongoing content and monthly webinars include speakers like Yale Professor Dr. Laurie Santos on the science of well-being to best-selling author Judi Holler on finding more of a balance. Hit the Accelerator at ADA.org/Accelerator
Charting a Successful Career Path
The ADA Center for Professional Success is always one of our first stops for useful information about anything affecting dentistry. The fantastic Guidelines for Practice Success modules teach everything from managing patients and staff to handling risk. The quarterly Dental Practice Success magazine offers the latest in topics designed to help your practice thrive.
Plus, you can find resources for disaster preparedness, creating a marketing plan, and staying on top of regulatory changes. See the full list of on-demand webinars.
Remember, no matter where you are in your career, the ADA’s got your back. Renew your ADA membership for 2021 to continue accessing these members-only resources, along with new tools and guidance as the science evolves over the next year. Plus, as a member, you get receive discounted pricing on ADA Practice Transitions.
And if you’re ready to start your own practice transition, create your ADAPT profile now to get step-by-step guidance and more resources customized to your needs.