ADASA Committees

The ADASA has a number of committees to help it fulfil its duties.  If you are a member of the Association and you are interested in participating in a Committee email nkhouri@adasa.asn.au

Audit Committee
The objective of the Committee is to assist Council in carrying out its duties in the areas of financial management and reporting, risk management and legal compliance.

Awards Committee
The Committee's role is to make recommendations to Council of suitable persons for Life Membership, Distinguished Service Award and such other awards as may be considered appropriate.

Constitution Committee
The objective of the Committee is to provide Council with advice about the necessity for changes to the Constitution and the form those changes should take.

Health Fund and Third Party Committee
The objective of the Committee is to review the activities of private health insurers and how they impact the practise of dentistry in SA and review government dental policies at a state and federal level and how they impact on dental practise. Investment Committee The Committee, on behalf of the Council, will oversee the Associations investments.

Investment Committee
The committee, on behalf of the Council, will oversee management of funds surplus to the day-to-day cash flow requirements of the ADA SA.  Primary responsibility for control of investments rests with the Council.  The day-to-day responsibility rests with the CEO.

Practice Support Committee
The objective of the Committee is to disseminate information, clinical or administrative that will assist ADASA members in the practise of dentistry, and make recommendation to Council.

Public Relations Committee
The objective of the Committee is to provide a constant and regular source of oral health education throughout the year, in an effort to establish and maintain the ADASA as the first point of contact and authority on dental matters in South Australia.

Recent Graduates Committee
The Committee encourages the transition from student to a professional member of the dental community. The main goals of the Committee are: To introduce new graduates to ADASA and ADA Inc. To provide a framework for formal and informal interaction between students, graduates and the wider dental community.

Review Committee
The Committee is empowered to deal with matters relating to the professional and ethical conduct of members, including the investigation and review of alleged breaches of the ADASA and ADA Inc. Code of Ethics.​