Australian Dental Association

As part of its ongoing commitment to Dental professionals, Lucid supported the ADA to deliver a Dentist Wellbeing Ergonomics elearning module.

About the Australian Dental Association (ADA)

The Australian Dental Association (ADA) is the peak national body for the dental profession encompassing the majority of dentists in the country. A voluntary member organisation with branches in every state and territory, it has three main objectives:

  • To support members by enhancing their ability to provide safe, high quality professional oral health care
  • To encourage the improvement of the oral and general health of the public
  • Promotion of the ethics, art and science of dentistry

The ADA has acknowledged the increasing number of incidents of musculoskeletal disorders in the dental profession. Research suggests that chronic pain and discomfort impacts on career longevity, productivity and quality of life; forcing many practitioners to take time off from their practices or into early retirement.

The Dentist Wellbeing Ergonomics elearning module

As part of its ongoing commitment to Dental professionals, Lucid supported the ADA with the launch of an online Dentist Wellbeing Ergonomics Programme. This was built to assist members by enhancing their ability to provide safe, high quality professional oral health care. This commenced with an Online Ergonomics elearning module to kick start the programme.

Below is a sample of what we delivered.

The Dentist Wellbeing Ergonomics elearning module

What our client’s saying

“DWEP is well received and we are receiving really good feedback on not only the content but the quality of your designs – well done!”

Following the success of the programme, Lucid have also teamed up with ADA to deliver a webinar series to further benefit members.

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