Unlike other dental associations in Australia, sponsorships help SUDA keep its membership free for all students.
SUDA is proud to be affiliated with our sponsors to ensure a fun and educational experience for our members. Thank you to the following sponsors for supporting us this year!
Australian Dental Association, NSW Branch
ADA NSW is the professional association for NSW dental practitioners and students. Student membership is free and provides a wide range of benefits including:
- access to our member magazine, NSW Dentist, online
- our monthly enewsletter, GetInTheLoupe
- access to journal articles, news, lectures and videos through our ADA National Library.
We also sponsor student events including the Roland Bryant Cup and the Graduation Ball.
Final-year student profiles and photos are featured in our employers’ handbooks (one for the University of Sydney and one for Charles Sturt University) which are sent out to all our members. We also hold day-long information sessions on ADA NSW full membership benefits for final-year students.
About to graduate? We offer reduced membership rates for first- and second-year graduates and 18 months free professional indemnity insurance through Guild Insurance. Our Recent Graduates Committee offers support and events for those who have graduated in the last seven years.
Dental Protection Limited (DPL)
Dental Protection Limited (DPL) has been supporting and protecting the dental health profession in Australia continuously for more than 40 years. A first-class service to members combined with the wealth of educational information and risk management material has made DPL the largest organisation of its kind in the world with over 60,000 members around the globe. Offering free student membership with a multitude of benefits, why not join DPL today?
Medical Indemnity Protection Society
MIPS is a not-for-profit organisation formed to:
- support and protect the character and interests of its members;
- promote honourable and discourage irregular practice;
- consider, originate, promote and support or oppose legislative or other measures affecting members
MIPS’ main role is to assist members in the event that there is an adverse outcome in the course of their professional practice. This assistance includes collegiate support and understanding, in addition to the management of complaints and claims against members.