NOTE to our Fellows, Masters and Diplomates: Please be advised that in order for you to title yourself an ICOI Fellow, Master or Diplomate, you must be an ACTIVE member of the association. Cancelled members no longer have that privilege.
Columbia University College of Dental Medicine (CDM) and the International Congress of Oral Implantologists (ICOI) agreed to join forces in seeking support for a new implant center at Columbia University.
CDM is clearly a leader in dental education, clinical care and research, and as such, has attracted increased attention and interest from dental professionals around the world. The increased demand in implant educational programs has resulted in greater coordination between ICOI and CDM...Read More
ICOI, ICD ANNOUNCE GLOBAL COLLABORATION
The International College of Dentists (ICD) has announced that The ICOI has been designated a Diamond Sponsor of ICD programs worldwide. In becoming an ICD Diamond Sponsor, ICOI makes a three year financial commitment to be in support of the mission and goals of ICD globally. ICD is the world’s oldest and largest honorary dental organization. ICD recognizes meritorious leadership achievement by dentists by inviting them to become Fellows. Together, ICD Fellows support dentistry by initiatives in dental education and humanitarian dental care programs in over 80 countries.
The ICD is now informing ICD Fellows and other communities of interest around the world of their collaboration with ICOI using written and electronic communications. As an ICD Diamond Sponsor ICOI will be connected and live linked to ICD using modern media techniques including websites and social media outlets. ICOI is invited to publish in ICD publications, both written and electronic. There will be new audiences who will be interested to learn more about the educational programs of ICOI. ICOI will also be welcomed to display its programs ICD scientific meetings.
Journal Abstract Translations Now Online
Effective with the August issue of our journal, IMPLANT DENTISTRY, the translation of our abstracts from English into eight languages will no longer be printed in the journal, but rather will be online. Those wishing to read the abstracts should visit the online address www.implantdent.org The abstracts can be found in two locations: 1) Under Table of Contents (see “translated abstracts”) or 2) in the “Collections” tab under “translated abstracts”. The abstracts will be grouped by language, not by article. See the Editorial in the August issue of IMPLANT DENTISTRY for more details.
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