THE HSE should give dentists a key role in tobacco control strategy, the Irish Dental Association said yesterday.
What does IDA stand for?
IDA stands for Irish Dental Association
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We have 327 other meanings of IDA in our Acronym Attic
- International Dyslexia Association
- Internet Data Administration (Microsoft file extension)
- Internet Dental Alliance (marketing)
- Internet Directory Assistance
- Internet Download Accelerator (freeware)
- Intrusion Detection Appliance (computer security)
- Investment Dealers Association of Canada
- Investment Development Agency (various locations)
- Ionospheric Dispersion Analysis
- Iowa Dietetic Association
- Irish Development Authority
- Iron Deficiency Anemia (medicine)
- Israel Diabetes Association (est. 1954)
- Istrian Democratic Assembly (Croatian political party)
- Item Development Administrator
- Industrial Development Agency Ireland (also seen as IDA)
- Internet Developers Association/International Society of Internet Professionals
- Indiana Dental Assistants Association
- Infectious Disease Association of America
- Interior Designers Association of Australia (est. 1948)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Martin Curzon Acknowledgements The review paper by Dr David Finucane is reproduced herein by kind permission of the Editor of the Journal of the Irish Dental Association, Professor Leo Stassen.
The Irish Dental Association (IDA) has launched an online continuing professional development (CPD) tool for dentists.
And thousands more will simply give up visiting their dentist altogether, Irish Dental Association boss Fintan Hourihan fears.
The Irish Dental Association said the rules will offer greater dental protection to the public.
The Irish Dental Association who are afraid that this kind of tourism will take a bite out of its members business are, not surprisingly, advising people to attend their local family dentist.
A spokesman for the Irish Dental Association said last night it was unclear whether the devices had been used in Ireland but it would monitor the situation.
The Irish Dental Association has welcomed the law that it claims will protect the public.