AACP Australian Chapter e-Newsletter

January 2013

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AACP Second International Symposium March 8th-10th 2013

Why Dentists Should Attend the AACP International Symposium 2013 on Migraine, Muscles and Mastication.

"Our symposium Migraine, Muscles and Mastication will try and address those issues. You will learn how to recognize migraine and other common headache disorders, how to distinguish muscle referral patterns, the role of bruxism, and the role of the neck and myofascial trigger points in what we do..." read more


Introducing our sponsors

SOMNOMED is delighted to be a major Sponsor of the AACP in 2013.
In 2011 a multicentre randomised crossover trial comparing CPAP and SomnoDent demonstrated very similar health outcomes in 108 patients. Eighty per cent of those patients suffered from moderate to severe sleep apnea... Learn more

Dr Paul Durham

Paul Durham is married to Debra, and they have 4 children, Joshua, Zachary, Tyler and Jessica. Paul completed a BS degree in 1984 majoring in Biology and Philosophy, his MS in Plant Biochemistry in 1989, and his PhD in Anatomy and Cell Biology in 1994. He is currently the Professor in Cell Biology and the Director, Centre for Biomedical and Life Sciences Missouri State University... Learn more

What to do in Sydney in March?

The Royal Botanic Garden Sydney & the Domain
An oasis of 30 hectares in the heart of the city, take a leisurely walk through the Royal Botanic Garden early morning before the conference starts. During March the Garden is open 7am to 6.30pm and it's free! Wrapped around Farm Cove at the edge of Sydney Harbour, the Royal Botanic Garden occupies one of Sydney's most spectacular positions. Established in 1816, our organisation is the oldest scientific institution in the country and home to an outstanding collection of plants from Australia and overseas.

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