OVERVIEW | FRIENDS OF OSAP | EXPECTATIONS
|OSAP has a Board of Directors for both its membership association and its educational foundation. The organization also is privileged to have a unique group of global leaders who support the organization as the Friends of OSAP. The Friends have a different and distinctive role from the organizations' Boards. Through knowledge exchange and translation, OSAP Friends seek to integrate oral infection control and safety procedures into health infection initiatives globally and represent the larger infection prevention and control communities.|
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Friends of OSAP
|Dr. Lois Cohen and Ms. Nancy Tomich Zapp co-chair the OSAP Friends initiative.|
|Friends include Marion Bergman MD MPA (Miracle Corners of the World), Stanley Bergman (Henry Schein, Inc.), D. Walter Cohen DDS (Chancellor Emeritus, Drexel University), Peter Cooney BDS LDM DDPH MSc (Chief Dental Officer, Canada), Dominick DePaola DDS PhD (Santa Fe Group), Sir Liam Donaldson (National Patient Safety Agency UK), Matthew Doyle PhD (Director, Healthcare Research Worldwide P&G), Lawrence Farrell (Formerly of Sunstar Butler), Leslie Grant DDS MSPA (OSAP Association), John Hunt BDS, OBE, FFGDP (British Dental Association RET), Harold Jaffe MD MA FFPH (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention), Patrick Kelly MD DrPH (Director Global Health and African Science Academy, Institute of Medicine), Anne Eiting Klamar MD (Midmark Corp.), Noni Macdonald MD (Dalhousie University), Don Marianos DDS MPH (OSAP Foundation), Arnauld Nicogossian MD MS (George Mason School of Public Policy), John O'Keefe BDentSc MDentSc MBA (Editor-in-Chief Canadian Dental Association), Daniel Perkins (President Aegis Communications), Clive Ross BDS FDSRCS FRACDS CNZM (International College of Dentists), Linda Tarrson (Philanthropist), Samuel Thorpe BDS (Commonwealth Dental Association), Thomas Tillotson (President Healthco), Anthony Volpe DDS MS (Vice President Global Oral Care Colgate-Palmolive Company).|
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Expectations for the OSAP Friends
|1. Create a higher level of visibility with a larger network of communities.|
2. Identify critical issues globally in the various domains and communities.
3. Delineate potential activities/initiatives to address the critical issues.
Click HERE for a one-page brochure on the Friends of OSAP
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