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IADH-congres 2016 in Chicago – well done!

Mun-H-Center was presented at 23:e iADH-Congress in Chicago. Logoped Åsa Mogren paticipated with presentation at the seminar “Orofacial function and oral health”.

There were participants from all the Nordic countries but Finland. Theme of the Congres was ‘Refraiming Special Care’. Both Norway and Sweden did also presentations and posters.

NFH-Conference 2017 on Iceland (Open for registration)


Next years 23rd conference of the Nordic Association for Disability and Oral Health (NFH) is held in conjunction with the 5th Nordic Conference on Children with Feeding Disorders in Reykjavík 17th–18th of August in 2017. We are all looking foreward to a exciting arrangement and cooperation with new collegues.

Update: The congress is now available for registration at

Read more about the conference in this PDF.

NFH-Congress 2015 at Sandbjerg Gods – in text and fotos

Thursday th. 27. August, NFH-Congress-2015 started midday when the executive committee met in the diningroom at  Sandbjerg Gods and had lunch together. For subsequently to have our annual meeting about current matters, among others to deal with the Finish Section having big organizational troubles at this moment. So big that we had to choose another country to arrange the next Congress 2017, and luckily the Islandic chairwoman with support promised to take over the Presidency and the coming NFH-Congress.

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Later in the evening all participants for the Congress arrived one by one joining a very nice Get-to-gether-party.

Early next morning The NFH-Congress 2015 started in the big auditorium of Sandbjerg. We were about 55 participants learning about PAIN-IN-PERSPECTIVES. The Executive Committee had invited 5 young engaged persons from the dental teams from each Nordic Country, and young dentists from Norway, Sweden and Denmark took part at the Congress this year.

We also had invited 5 members to give lectures at the following NFH-40 years Anniversary Conference, and because of this occasion very dear friends turned up and had a great reunion with each other and with the rest of us.

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Early next morning NFH-Congress 2015 started. The lecturers were presented by the members of the Danish Executive Committee and the Congress-theme was: PAIN IN PERSPECTIVES.

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During the Congress-Friday there was a fine exhibition on the way to coffee- and lunchbreaks. Zendium,  GUM, Tandlægehjælpen/ Proxident, Lasal-puder/Dentronic, MundH-center showed relevant materials for dentistry for special-need-patients. And the curiosity was big, even if the sunny weather was attracting as well.

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Friday afternoon the whole congress gathered in a bus sponsored by GUM and was driven to the Town Hall in Sønderborg, where we all were received by Helge Larsen from the local council in the big and impressive council chamber.

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Later in the evening there was Gala-diner back at Sandbjerg, and a very funny and entertaining local troubadour Tim Hansen got us all to sing along in both familiar English and Nordic songs.

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The last congress-day, Saturday the lecturers continued until lunch, still concerning the theme PAIN-IN-PERSPECTIVES, and a lot of reflections to take home to consider to convert to new practices in our clinics with special-need-patients.

NFH Congress 2015

The Congress 2015 ended at lunchtime, and afterwards the Anniversary Conference started. Five Nordic lecturers, Bitte Alborg, Kari Storhaug, Elin Sigurgeirsdottir, Katariina Ylinen and Pia Svendsen gave five very supreme and professional presentations on different aspects in the dental work with patients with disabilities.

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And then the NFH-Congress 2015 ended and a very tired Danish executive committee went home very happily with a well done congress-job behind us!


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iADH Magazine (Summer 2015)

iADH magazine summer 2015 frontpagePlease find the link to the summer 2015 Magazine of the iADH.

It is a special tribute issue and I would very much like to thank Dr Johanna Nordeyd for her help and assistance in gathering the tributes from friends and colleagues of our dear Jan.

Please also find the letter from our President Dr Timucin Ari plus iADH features and key information for upcoming events and news from around our member countries and thanks to all those council members who sent contributions for this issue. The iADH magazine is nothing without your help and assistance.

Finally, please circulate this link to all of your contacts and networks to ensure that it reaches far and wide.

The magazine link is also on the website and all of our social media.

Kind regards
Alison Dougall
iADH Editor