May 2020 Volume LV Number 3


Welcome to the New and Little Teeth Chat

May 2019 Volume LIV Number 3

 Welcome to the NEW!
We are so excited to announce to our membership that our website has been completely redesigned with your needs in mind. Starting from the ground-up, we’ve used your feedback along with cutting edge industry features to create a new AAPD experience. The new site is a fantastic resource for not only mem- bers, but also for the AAPD staff and board to relay day-to-day information in a sleek and informative way.
The biggest changes to our website are highlighted in the infographic below, but they do not stop there. In addition to a personalized member center, updated find a pediatric dentist and a more thorough search functionality, we are happy to announce that the new website also has a clinical photo gallery, redesigned page layouts, easy to access Oral Health Policies and Guidelines and much more.
We hope that you enjoy the NEW Start exploring today!
Start Chatting!
Little Teeth Chat has Arrived
little teeth CHAT
For the last few months you have been seeing announce- ments of AAPD’s new online community Little Teeth Chat. This is a private, safe and secure community. Ten topics have been chosen as Shared Interest Groups (SIGs). This will be an ideal place for members to share their knowledge, network with peers and support pediatric dentistry. Each topic has been as- signed a SIG chair as the subject matter expert.
A group of over 300 AAPD member beta testers have been testing Little Teeth Chat for the last few weeks, starting conversa- tions and having fun. Here is what they have to say:
"A great way for the AAPD community to share ideas. If you are not otherwise tied to Facebook but want to ask questions and learn from your colleagues, this is a great way to do so." – Erica Brecher
"I am loving this all so much. Thanks for this great discussion group!" – Kimberly Hansford
"I think Little Teeth Chat will be a great way to reach out to colleagues, especially to those who have a certain expertise, to answer clinical questions." – Patrice B. Wunsch

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