Hilton Charlotte University Place Hotel, NC - Hotel Exterior

 

 Join us December 12-14 at the Hilton Charlotte University Place 
as we celebrate 100 years of Dental Public Health in North Carolina!  

Click here for the final agenda 

Due to Hurricane Florence, the conference has been re-scheduled for the above dates.  If you were previously registered for the September dates, there is no need to register again.  If you are unable to attend the December dates we will issue you a refund.  Go here for the Refund Form

You are required to make a hotel reservation for the new dates.  The link is below. 

 

Register Here for the Conference (only if you were not previously registered)

 

Hotel reservation information can be found here

 

Walk-on Conference registration fees (Full Conference):

Member - $225
Non-Member - $270
Student - $50
Retiree (Member) - $112

One-Day Walk-on Registration fees:

Member - $180
Non-Member - $230
Student - $30
Retiree (Member) - $90

 

Loop the Lake, 1 Mile Fun Walk

Wednesday, December 12, 6:00 pm.  

 benefiting the NCPHA Scholarship Endowment

After attending workshops all day, what better way to get some fresh air and ease your stiff joints than to walk a one-mile loop around the beautiful lake surrounding the conference hotel?    Walk-on registration will take place at the conference and is $15 .  

 

 

 

Keynote Speaker, Friday, December 14

Robert H. Lustig, M.D., M.S.L.

is Professor emeritus of Pediatrics, Division of Endocrinology at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF). He specializes in the field of neuroendocrinology, with an emphasis on the regulation of energy balance by the central nervous system. His research and clinical practice has focused on childhood obesity and diabetes. Dr. Lustig holds a Bachelor’s in Science from MIT, a Doctorate in Medicine from Cornell University. Medical College, and a Master’s of Studies in Law from U.C. Hastings College of the Law.

Dr. Lustig has fostered a global discussion of metabolic health and nutrition, exposing some of the leading myths that underlie the current pandemic of diet-related disease. He believes the food business, by pushing processed food loaded with sugar, has hacked our bodies and minds to pursue pleasure instead of happiness; fostering today’s epidemics of addiction and depression. Yet by focusing on real food, we can beat the odds against sugar, processed food, obesity, and disease.

 

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