WHO recognizes ADEAP as key player

Professor Fiona Bull, World Health Organization WHO Program Manager, Noncommunicable Diseases (NCDs) Prevention states that “the WHO recognises the influence of ADEAP as equal to the American Association of Dental Education (ADEA) and the European Association of Dental Education (ADEE)” and invited ADEAP to participate in the promotion of a global dental quality program.


6th January 2020 We continue to actively promote ADEAP and invite more dental schools in the Asia Pacific region to join us. ADEAP will shape the future of dental education in our region by promoting global cooperation and collaboration. Apply for membership

1st ADEAP Meeting, Kuala Lumpur/Malaysia – August 2019

6th August 2019 – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 60 participants from 14 countries of the Asia-Pacific region met on 6 August 2019 at the Connexion Conference & Event Centre (CCEC) Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, for the first ADEAP meeting. Meeting minutes (PDF) Attendees Delyse Leadbeatter, University of Sydney School of Dentistry, Academic Lead Education Shanthala Mallikarjun, Coorg … Read more

Fukuoka/Japan – July 2019

19th July 2019 – Fukuoka, Japan Prof. Allen Ming-Lun Hsu was invited to the 38th General and Scientific Meetings of the Japanese Dental Education Association (JDEA) as the only speaker from aboard. His speech, “Dental Education in the Asia Pacific Region”, was well received by the deans of the Schools of Dentistry from Osaka University, … Read more

Vancouver/Canada – June 2019

21st June 2019 – Vancouver, Canada At the IADR meeting, Prof. Allen Ming-Lun Hsu met with and received positive encouragement from European and American dental opinion leaders as they discussed in detail the future collaboration between ADEA, ADEE and ADEAP. The establishment of ADEAP will not only promote cooperation between the Asia-Pacific region, but also … Read more

Chiang Mai/Thailand – June 2019

6th June 2019 – Chiang Mai Prof. Allen Ming-Lun Hsu exchanged academic cooperation together with Prof. Narumanas Korwanich, Dean of the School of Dentistry, National Chiang Mai University, which is the largest and oldest school of dentistry in Northern Thailand. There is a dental science museum with a long standing reputation in National Chiang Mai … Read more

Seoul/Korea – May 2019

17th May 2019 – Seoul, Korea We were honoured to attend the 40th Anniversary of the Pusan National University, School of Dentistry. SEAADE President Professor C.H. Chu, Hong Kong, also participated in this event. Via this opportunity, we informed our Korean colleagues about the purpose and concept of ADEAP. Through meetings like this, we have … Read more

Hanoi/Vietnam – May 2019

9th May 2019 – Hanoi, Vietnam We are devoted to improving the quality of dental education and oral care in the Asia Pacific region. This time, we cooperated with Hanoi Medical University to have an implant course, which was positively participated and echoed by local dentists. In addition to promoting dental technology and talents to … Read more

Brescia/Italy – April 2019

26th April 2019 – Brescia, Italy The ADEE and ADEA joint meeting “Shaping the Future of Dental Education III” was held in Brescia. It was focused on best practices in assessment, inter-professional education, emerging science and technology, and global networks as applied to Oral Health from a global perspective. Global cross-border cooperation is an irreversible … Read more

Seoul/Korea – April 2019

5th April 2019 – Seoul, Korea The first QS Subject Focus Summit on Dentistry was held in 5th Apr., 2019. The main theme of this summit is “Changing paradigm in dental education for future excellence”. It discussed how dentistry should respond to the problems that the whole world facing today. There are two main issues: … Read more