Information

OPENING HOURS AND SERVICES

The exhibit floor will be open on Monday, May 30, from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and on Tuesday, May 31, from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
IF THE SANITARY MEASURES IN FORCE ALLOW IT:
Free breakfast
On Monday, May 30, and on Tuesday, May 31, from 8:00 to 8:30 a.m., a continental breakfast will be served to all delegates in the restaurant area of the Exhibit Hall.
Complimentary beer and wine
On Monday, May 30, and on Tuesday, May 31, from 8:00 to 8:30 a.m., a continental breakfast will be served to all delegates in the restaurant area of the Exhibit Hall.

LECTURES

LECTURE SCHEDULE

On Monday, May 30, and on Tuesday, May 31, the JDIQ lectures are from 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and from 1:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.*.

* Hours may be subject to change.

LECTURE HANDOUTS

Lecture notes are available at the discretion of the speaker. To consult them, click here .

AUDIO AND VIDEO RECORDING OF LECTURES

Again this year, it will be possible to purchase access to audio and video recordings of certain lectures presented on Monday and Tuesday. The recorded lectures will be identified under the synopsis.
These recordings are available individually or as a set of recordings and you benefit from a preferential price before the JDIQ meeting.

DO’S AND DON’TS

Smoking is prohibited in the Palais des congrès.

The consumption of food or beverages is prohibited in the conference rooms and in public areas unless these areas are provided for this purpose.

Your cell phone should be in silent mode during lectures.

On Monday and Tuesday, all rooms are set up for maximum capacity allowed by the fire code and the government health measures.

Seating cannot be reserved, and is available on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Coffee breaks are scheduled at the discretion of the speaker.

The temperature may vary in the meeting rooms; consider dressing in layers.

LECTURES

 

LECTURE SCHEDULE

On Monday, May 30, and on Tuesday, May 31, the JDIQ lectures are from 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and from 1:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.*.

* Hours may be subject to change.

LECTURE HANDOUTS

Lecture notes are available at the discretion of the speaker. To consult them, click here .

AUDIO AND VIDEO RECORDING OF LECTURES

Again this year, it will be possible to purchase access to audio and video recordings of certain lectures presented on Monday and Tuesday. The recorded lectures will be identified under the synopsis.
These recordings are available individually or as a set of recordings and you benefit from a preferential price before the JDIQ meeting.

DO’S AND DON’TS

Smoking is prohibited in the Palais des congrès.

The consumption of food or beverages is prohibited in the conference rooms and in public areas unless these areas are provided for this purpose.

Your cell phone should be in silent mode during lectures.

On Monday and Tuesday, all rooms are set up for maximum capacity allowed by the fire code and the government health measures.

 

Seating cannot be reserved, and is available on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Coffee breaks are scheduled at the discretion of the speaker.

The temperature may vary in the meeting rooms; consider dressing in layers.

 

SEATING IS NOT RESERVED

Availability is on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Coffee breaks are scheduled at the discretion of the speaker.

The temperature may vary in the meeting rooms; consider dressing in layers.

AUDIO OR VIDEO CAPTURE PROHIBITION

Unless permitted in writing by both the speaker and JDIQ, the audio or video capture of a lecture or workshop is strictly prohibited.
The audio or video capture, when approved, is exclusively provided by JX2 Presentations or Encore Canada.
Persons who fail to comply may be held liable for any direct or indirect damages that may result from this infringement

 

DO’S AND DON’TS

Smoking is prohibited in the Palais des congrès.

The consumption of food or beverages is prohibited in the conference rooms and in public areas unless these areas are provided for this purpose.

Your cell phone should be in silent mode during lectures.

On Monday and Tuesday, all rooms are set up for maximum capacity allowed by the fire code and the government health measures.

Seating cannot be reserved, and is available on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Coffee breaks are scheduled at the discretion of the speaker.

The temperature may vary in the meeting rooms; consider dressing in layers.

 

SEATING IS NOT RESERVED

Availability is on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Coffee breaks are scheduled at the discretion of the speaker.
The temperature may vary in the meeting rooms; consider dressing in layers.

AUDIO OR VIDEO CAPTURE PROHIBITION

Unless permitted in writing by both the speaker and JDIQ, the audio or video capture of a lecture or workshop is strictly prohibited.
The audio or video capture, when approved, is exclusively provided by JX2 Presentations or Encore Canada.
Persons who fail to comply may be held liable for any direct or indirect damages that may result from this infringement.

 

CONTINUING EDUCATION

height=”147″ alt=”” style=”padding: 0px 15px 10px 0px;” class=”wp-image-41404 alignleft size-full” CERTIFICATES OF ATTENDANCE AND CPR/AED TRAINING

The JDIQ electronically records the attendance hours for all participants other than students. Please note that the certificate of attendance will be automatically sent to all delegates to the email address provided upon registration, approximately up to 3 weeks after the convention.

Regarding CPR and AED Training, it is important to note that JDIQ will not provide attendance certificate. For the purposes of the obligations related to the CE regulation, keep the certification card issued by one of the organizations recognized by the ODQ.
WORKSHOP DISCLAIMER

For those attending workshops, please be aware of the potential risks associated with using new techniques and procedures without having fully attained a competency level to practise them.

CONTINUING EDUCATION

Each participant is responsible for keeping their continuing education (CE) file up to date. It is also up to all participants to have their badges scanned by the session monitor before the start of the lecture to record proof of attendance.

ORDRE DES DENTISTES DU QUÉBEC (ODQ)

Requirements for members of the ODQ to comply with the regulation of Continuing Education are calculated in CE units.

For example, for all members of the Ordre des dentistes du Québec:

• 1 hour of CE theory courses = 1 unit
• 1 heure de cours pratique = 2 unités de FC.

Conformément au règlement sur la formation continue qui sera en vigueur, un cours théorique de 2,5 heures donnera 2,5 unités de FC et un cours pratique de 3 heures procurera 6 unités de FC.

Des unités de FC sont allouées à tous les congressistes qui visitent la salle d’exposition, à raison de 1 unité par jour pour un maximum de 2 unités.

ORDRE DES DENTISTES DU QUÉBEC (ODQ)

Requirements for members of the ODQ to comply with the regulation of Continuing Education are calculated in CE units.

For example, for all members of the Ordre des dentistes du Québec:

 

  • 1 hour of CE theory courses = 1 unit
  • 1 hour of CE hands-on courses = 2 units
ADA CERP ET ACADEMY OF GENERAL DENTISTRY (AGD)

The ODQ is an ADA CERP Recognized Provider. Our CERP provider code number is 05395037.

The AGD identification number for the JDIQ is 214623.

 

ROYAL COLLEGE OF DENTAL SURGEONS OF ONTARIO (RCDSO)

Three CE points will be earned for a half-day session and 6 CE points for a full-day session. One bonus point may be earned with a workshop. Full-day session must be attended in its entirety (AM and PM)—partial points will not be allocated for attending only a portion of a full-day continuous session. To receive the 6 CE points for a continuous session, attendees must scan in the AM and again in the PM.

CE points earned may be attributed to one of the following Quality Assurance (QA) Categories as per the RCDSO QA program:

Category 1: core courses (including an independent assessment)
Category 2: clinical courses
Category 3: practice management, personal development and general attendance in the Exhibit Hall

In order to verify attendance and ensure that attendance records are accurate, dentists must Scan IN to all sessions they attend. For Category 1 (Core) courses, all ODA members need to Scan IN and Scan OUT

Category 1 (Core) courses:

  • Scan IN
  • Complete the independent assessment (quiz), print name and ODA membership number
  • Hand in the assessment to the session monitor and then Scan OUT of the session
Category 2 and 3 courses:

  • Scan IN

Please note that you cannot earn credit for the Exhibit Hall and courses during the same half-day.

ADA CERP
The Ordre des dentistes du Québec is an ADA CERP Recognized Provider. ADA CERP is a service of the American Dental Association to assist dental professionals in identifying quality providers of continuing dental education. ADA CERP does not approve or endorse individual courses or instructors, nor does it imply acceptance of credit hours by boards of dentistry. Concerns or complaints about a CE provider may be directed to the provider or to the Commission for Continuing Education Provider Recognition at ADA.org/CERP. The Ordre des dentistes du Québec designates this activity for up to 40 continuing education credits.
 

CONTINUING EDUCATION

CERTIFICATES OF ATTENDANCE AND CPR/AED TRAINING

The JDIQ electronically records the attendance hours for all participants other than students. Please note that the certificate of attendance will be automatically sent to all delegates to the email address provided upon registration, approximately up to 3 weeks after the convention.

 

Regarding CPR and AED Training, it is important to note that JDIQ will not provide attendance certificate. For the purposes of the obligations related to the CE regulation, keep the certification card issued by one of the organizations recognized by the ODQ.

WORKSHOP DISCLAIMER

For those attending workshops, please be aware of the potential risks associated with using new techniques and procedures without having fully attained a competency level to practise them.

CONTINUING EDUCATION

Each participant is responsible for keeping their continuing education (CE) file up to date.
It is also up to all participants to have their badges scanned by the session monitor before
the start of the lecture to record proof of attendance.

ORDRE DES DENTISTES DU QUÉBEC (ODQ)

Requirements for members of the ODQ to comply with the regulation of Continuing Education are calculated in CE units.

 

For example, for all members of the Ordre des dentistes du Québec:

  • 1 hour of CE theory courses = 1 unit
  • 1 hour of CE hands-on courses = 2 units

In accordance with the regulation for Continuing Education that will be in effect, a theoretical course of 2.5 hours will earn 2.5 CE units and a hands-on course of 3 hours will earn 6 CE units. CE units will be allocated to all delegates visiting the Exhibit Hall, one unit per day for a maximum of 2 units.

ORDRE DES HYGIÉNISTES DENTAIRES DU QUÉBEC

Dental hygienists must keep a record of their training hours in their membership files and keep a copy as proof in case it is required by professional inspectors, for example.

Each year, as stipulated in the official documentation of the OHDQ, as well as on its website:

  • 2.5 hours is recognized for the Monday and Tuesday lectures;
  • A maximum of 5 hours is recognized for the CPR training;
  • Only one hour can be added for visiting the Exhibit Hall throughout the convention.

 

ADA CERP AND THE ACADEMY OF GENERAL DENTISTRY (AGD)

The ODQ is an ADA CERP Recognized Provider. Our CERP provider code number is 05395037.

The AGD identification number for the JDIQ is 214623.

 

ROYAL COLLEGE OF DENTAL SURGEONS OF ONTARIO (RCDSO)

Three CE points will be earned for a half-day session and 6 CE points for a full-day session. One bonus point may be earned with a workshop. Full-day session must be attended in its entirety (AM and PM)—partial points will not be allocated for attending only a portion of a full-day continuous session. To receive the 6 CE points for a continuous session, attendees must scan in the AM and again in the PM.

CE points earned may be attributed to one of the following Quality Assurance (QA) Categories as per the RCDSO QA program:

Category 1: core courses (including an independent assessment)
Category 2: clinical courses
Category 3: practice management, personal development and general attendance in the Exhibit Hall

In order to verify attendance and ensure that attendance records are accurate, dentists must Scan IN to all sessions they attend. For Category 1 (Core) courses, all ODA members need to Scan IN and Scan OUT

Category 1 (Core) courses:

  • • Scan IN
    • Complete the independent assessment (quiz), print name and ODA membership number
    • Hand in the assessment to the session monitor and then Scan OUT of the session

Category 2 and 3 courses:
• Scan IN

Please note that you cannot earn credit for the Exhibit Hall and courses during the same half-day

The Ordre des dentistes du Québec is an ADA CERP Recognized Provider. ADA CERP is a service of the American Dental Association to assist dental professionals in identifying quality providers of continuing dental education. ADA CERP does not approve or endorse individual courses or instructors, nor does it imply acceptance of credit hours by boards of dentistry. Concerns or complaints about a CE provider may be directed to the provider or to the Commission for Continuing Education Provider Recognition at ADA.org/CERP. The Ordre des dentistes du Québec designates this activity for up to 40 continuing education credits.

ACCOMMODATION AND TRANSPORTATION

TRANSPORTATION

BY PLANE – Air Canada
Air Canada has been appointed the official Canadian airline for the JDIQ 2022.

To book your flights and take advantage of special discounted fares, contact Air Canada at www.aircanada.com, enter the promotional code V9VUVYR1 Make sure that this code appears on your ticket. No discount will apply to Tango bookings for travel within Canada or between Canada and the U.S.

BY TRAIN – VIA RAIL

VIA Rail Canada also offers a special convention rate from all destinations covered by VIA to Montreal.

Use promotional code 14170 to get 10% off the regular price in Economy, Economy Plus, Business, Business Plus, Sleeper or Sleeper plus class. Discount does not apply in any Escape fares and Prestige Class. To make your reservation, call 1 888 842-7245 or go online at www.viarail.ca and create a reservation profile. Select “Convention fare” and for the type of discount, enter the discount code.

 

HOTEL RESERVATIONS
It is up to you to make your reservations with the hotel of your choice, from the list of establishments with which we negotiated an advantageous agreement. You must mention your affiliation with the JDIQ to obtain a discounted rate.

Please have your credit card number available when booking your hotel.

Please note that the ODQ does not have a convention bureau or travel agent authorized to make hotel reservations related to the JDIQ 2022. Be vigilant about any solicitation in this regard.

LE WESTIN MONTRÉAL
Quartier général
www.westin-montreal
1 866 837-4262
Réservez JDIQ
TRADITIONNELLE
Traditionnelle avec vue
Suite junior
249 $
STANDARD
239 $ / 239 $
EMBASSY SUITES par HILTON MONTRÉAL
www.embassysuitesmontreal
514 288-8886 ou 1 800 362-2779
Réservation
SUITE STANDARD
SUITE DELUXE
217 $ / 217 $
237 $ / 237 $
PETIT DÉJEUNER
PETIT DÉJEUNER
STANDARD
229 $ / 229 $
STANDARD
SUITE
229 $ / 229 $
289 $ / 289 $
CLASSIC
CLUB
SUITE TOURELLE
260 $ / 260 $
360 $ / 360 $
340 $ / 340 $
LE DAUPHIN
www.hotelsdauphin.ca
Code de promotion : DENT2022
514 788-3888 ou 1 888 784-3888

[email protected]

STANDARD
209 $ / 209 $
PETIT DÉJEUNER

 

LE SQUARE PHILLIPS HÔTEL ET SUITES
www.squarephillips.com
514 393-1193 ou 1 866 393-1193
STUDIO (1 LIT KING)
SUITE LOFT (1 LIT QUEEN)
196 $ / 196 $
212 $ / 212 $
PETIT DÉJEUNER
PETIT DÉJEUNER

ACCOMMODATION AND TRANSPORTATION

TRANSPORT

AVION – AIR CANADA
Air Canada has been appointed the official Canadian airline for the JDIQ 2022.

To book your flights and take advantage of special discounted fares, contact Air Canada at
www.aircanada.com and enter the promotional code V9VUVYR1. Make sure that this code appears on your ticket. No discount will apply to Tango bookings for travel within Canada or between Canada and the U.S.

 

BY TRAIN – VIA RAIL CANADA

VIA Rail Canada also offers a special convention rate from all destinations covered by VIA to Montreal.

EN VIGUEUR : du 25 mai au 3 juin 2022.

TERRITOIRE COUVERT : de toute gare du réseau de VIA jusqu’à Montréal, Québec et retour.

RESTRICTIONS : Le tarif s’applique à un maximum de deux voyageurs par réservation. Un arrêt en route gratuit est permis sans frais supplémentaires.

Pour tous les plans tarifaires de la classe Affaires, le premier arrêt en route est permis sans frais supplémentaires, en autant que cet arrêt ait lieu à Toronto, Montréal ou Ottawa seulement.

Use promotional code 14170 to get 10% off the regular price in Economy, Economy Plus, Business, Business Plus, Sleeper or Sleeper plus class. Discount does not apply in any Escape fares and Prestige Class. To make your reservation, call 1 888 842-7245 or go online at www.viarail.ca and create a reservation profile. Select “Convention fare” and for the type of discount, enter the discount code.

HOTEL RESERVATIONS
It is up to you to make your reservations with the hotel of your choice, from the list of establishments with which we negotiated an advantageous agreement. You must mention your affiliation with the JDIQ to obtain a discounted rate.

Please have your credit card number available when booking your hotel.

Please note that the ODQ does not have a convention bureau or travel agent authorized to make hotel reservations related to the JDIQ 2022. Be vigilant about any solicitation in this regard.

LE WESTIN MONTRÉAL
Quartier général
www.westin-montreal
1 866 837-4262
Réservez JDIQ
Traditionnelle
Traditionnelle avec vue
Suite junior
249 $ / 249 $
STANDARD
239 $ / 239 $
SUITE STANDARD
SUITE DELUXE
217 $ / 217 $
237 $ / 237 $
PETIT DÉJEUNER
PETIT DÉJEUNER
Standard
229 $ / 229 $
HÔTEL MONVILLE
www.hotelmonville.com
514 379-2000 ou [email protected]
https://bit.ly/2PmrPWE
Standard
Suite
229 $ / 229 $
289 $ / 289 $
Classic
Club
Suite Tourelle
260 $ / 260 $
360 $ / 360 $
340 $ / 340 $
LE DAUPHIN
www.hotelsdauphin.ca
Code de promotion : DENT2021
514 788-3888 ou 1 888 784-3888
Standard
209 $ / 209 $
Petit déjeuner
LE SQUARE PHILLIPS HÔTEL ET SUITES
www.squarephillips.com
514 393-1193 ou 1 866 393-1193
Studio (1 lit king)
Suite Loft (1 lit queen)
196 $ / 196 $
212 $ / 212 $
Petit déjeuner
Petit déjeuner

OTHER SERVICES

TOURIST INFORMATION

The Journées dentaires internationales are being held in Montreal. An international destination of choice, Montreal is easily accessible by land, water and air. Downtown is a mere 20 minutes from the Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport.

Once you’re on the island, you can start exploring on foot—neighbourhoods are full of life, and you can always wander about in complete safety. Montreal is a multicultural city boasting more than 80 ethnic communities and enjoys an enviable international reputation for its gastronomic attractions. Downtown is Canada’s largest shopping area, with over 3,000 stores.

Montreal is the first major city in the world to release an urban Geotourism MapGuide, developed in co-operation with the Montreal community. The Geotourism MapGuide includes not only natural, cultural and historic attractions that are particularly indicative of the city’s heritage.

FREE WIFI
Free Wi-Fi is offered to participants while at the Palais des congrès.

OTHER SERVICES

TOURIST INFORMATION

The Journées dentaires internationales are being held in Montreal. An international destination of choice, Montreal is easily accessible by land, water and air. Downtown is a mere 20 minutes from the Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport./p>

Once you’re on the island, you can start exploring on foot—neighbourhoods are full of life, and you can always wander about in complete safety. Montreal is a multicultural city boasting more than 80 ethnic communities and enjoys an enviable international reputation for its gastronomic attractions. Downtown is Canada’s largest shopping area, with over 3,000 stores.

Montreal is the first major city in the world to release an urban Geotourism MapGuide, developed in co-operation with the Montreal community. The Geotourism MapGuide includes not only natural, cultural and historic attractions that are particularly indicative of the city’s heritage.

FREE WIFI
Free Wi-Fi is offered to participants while at the Palais des congrès.

POLICIES

PRIVACY POLICY

USE OF PERSONAL INFORMATION

The Journées dentaires internationales du Québec (JDIQ) are committed to protecting participants’ personal information (name, mailing address, e-mail address and telephone number). The JDIQ use this information, including whether a person attends or not an organized activity, only for purposes of organizing and following up on the event, and only in accordance with participants’ express consent when they register.

IMPLICIT WAIVER OF IMAGE RIGHTS

Without prior authorization, no photo or video for professional use is allowed as part of the JDIQ activities. Only providers whose services have been specifically selected by the JDIQ are authorized to take photos and record the content of the activities.

These photos and recordings are the exclusive property of the JDIQ and may, for future promotional purposes, be posted on the website of the Ordre des dentistes du Québec, the website of the JDIQ, social media outlets, published in press releases, brochures or in any other medium.

Thus, by its presence in the activities of the JDIQ, the participant implicitly renounces his right to the image and tacitly agrees that his image and voice may be broadcast or published in the media and for the purposes mentioned above.

ENDORSEMENT AND RESPONSIBILITY DISCLAIMER

The Journées dentaires internationales du Québec (JDIQ) and the Ordre des dentistes du Québec (ODQ) make every effort to present high-calibre clinicians in their respective areas of expertise. The content of the lectures, workshops and presentations is the sole responsibility of the speakers. The JDIQ and ODQ do not endorse the products, techniques, services or materials presented at these lectures or workshops and accept no responsibility in this regard.

REFUND POLICY FOR CONVENTION AND PRECONVENTION

ntil March 31, 2022: Refund of 90%
From April 1 to April 21,2022: Refund of 80%
After April 21, 2022: No refund.
All requests should be addressed to the Journées dentaires internationales du Québec within 10 days following the convention.

CHILDCARE POLICY

Babies, which are carried, are permitted in the conference session rooms and in the Exhibit Hall. Children 12 years and over are allowed in the Exhibit Hall and must have an “Exhibit Only” badge.

Disruptive behaviour will result in the revocation of attendance privileges.

Strollers are strictly prohibited in the conference rooms and Exhibit Hall. The Palais des congrès does not provide childcare. Please check with your hotel concierge for this service.