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Northern Kentucky Dental Assistants Society

CE Program October 22, 2016

NKDAS CE 10-22-16.jpg (flyer)

Continuing education program October 22, 2016 8:00 a.m. - 12 Noon  See flyer for more information

Location:  St. Elizabeth Healthcare, 7380 Turfway Road, Florence, KY

8am -10am: Infection Control (Ms. E. JoAnne Shumate, CDA, B.S.)

10am - 12noon: Fun with Dentistry: Whiten, Hygiene and Prepare Made Simple (Ms. Gina Huggins, Ultradent Rep.)

10/22/2016 7:00 AM - 11:00 AM/Author: Jennifer Porter /Number of views (1468)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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Elizabeth Ann Baer Scholarship Seminar

Scholarship Seminar, 10/23/16

Elizabeth Ann Baer Scholarship Seminar - Sunday, October 23, 2016

Location: Boston-Dedham Holiday Inn & Conference Center, Dedham MA
Registration & Buffet Breakfast: 8:00 AM


Presentations: 8:45 AM- 12:45 PM
4 CEUs 
Guest Speaker: Sheila A. Clancy, CDA, MBA

Creating a Dream Team

This course will analyze the dynamics of working as a member of a team. Attendees will learn about the roles, responsibilities, and rewards that come with being an effective team member.  You will also learn to identify the characteristics of a dysfunctional work group and what steps to take to shape a high performance team. You are more than a collection of people who work in the same practice!

Registration: www.elizabethannbaerfoundation.org or http://www.eventbrite.com/e/elizabeth-ann-baer-scholarship-foundation-inc-tickets-18582073482

 

10/23/2016 7:00 AM - 12:00 PM/Author: Jennifer Porter /Number of views (1956)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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University of Utah School of Dentistry

Orthodontics - November 3rd, 2016 (CE)

https://umarket.utah.edu/um2/dentistrycde/product.php?product=21

Dr. Barney Olsen - "Space Supervision for the General Dentist and Specialist" (7 pm - 8 pm) This course will briefly review basic growth and development of the jaws and help every dentist detect developing space problems. Simple ways to conserve, regain, and lose space will be discussed. Missing teeth and future space planning will be covered as well. Simple tricks to direct tooth eruption without fancy appliances will be taught. Simple tricks to fabricate your own space maintainers on the spot immediately following same day extractions will be demonstrated. This will be a fast-paced, fun lecture that will change how you think about space and time.

 

Dr. John Graham - "Modern, Rapid, Minimally Invasive Physiologically Impactful Orthodontic Excellence" (8 pm - 9 pm)  Comprehensive orthodontics should last about 12 months, improve airways and function, and not rely on extractions or expanders to resolve crowding. Dr. Graham will provide a fast-paced, evidence-based, and compelling lecture that will make you a believer in a better orthodontic paradigm.

11/3/2016 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM/Author: Jennifer Porter /Number of views (1238)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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University of Utah School of Dentistry

Oral Surgery - December 1st, 2016 (CE)

https://umarket.utah.edu/um2/dentistrycde/product.php?product=22

Dr. Nathan Adams - "Arthroscopy of the Temporomandibular Joint: Benefits and Capabilities" (7 pm - 8 pm)

What role does temporomandibular joint arthroscopy play in treating the “TMJ Patient”?TMJ arthroscopy is a technique for direct visualization of internal joint structures allowing for more accurate diagnosis, biopsy and surgical intervention. This presentation will cover the modalities and capabilities of TMJ arthroscopy and provide the clinician with alternative conservative approaches for the benefit of their patients not previously available in the intermountain region.

 

Dr. Patrick Brain - "To Place or Not to Place: The Timing of Implant Placement" (8 pm - 9 pm) Implant dentistry continues to evolve and develop as a predictable and dependable method of tooth replacement. Protocols dating back 30 years recommended long healing times before loading. Cover screws were placed and the implants were "buried," thus allowing for osseous integration. As scientific evidence began to support shorter healing times, implants were restored sooner. However, if the site involved extractions, most often the implant was placed as a second phase. This was a function of implant design and concern that integration would be compromised if early stability was unachieved. Fast forward to 2016. The field has evolved significantly from implant design, materials, and an overall better understanding of bone physiology as it relates to functional loading. The pendulum has now swung in the direction of immediate to early placement. Countless studies support this protocol. However, this does not suggest that all cases should be planned this way. Is there a method to know when, why, and how to choose an immediate v. delayed surgical protocol vs. delayed? The goal of this lecture is to answer that question.

12/1/2016 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM/Author: Jennifer Porter /Number of views (1218)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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LCDAS CE

Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse - December 3, 2016 (CE)

LCDAS CE.pdf

 

SPECIAL NOTICE TO ALL HEALTH-RELATED

LICENSEES AND FUNERAL DIRECTORS

ACT 31 OF 2014 – INITIAL TRAINING AND CONTINUING EDUCATION IN CHILD ABUSE RECOGNITION AND REPORTING REQUIREMENTS

The Bureau of Professional and Occupational Affairs (BPOA), in conjunction with the Department of Human Services (DHS), is providing advance notice to all health-related licensees and funeral directors that are considered “mandatory reporters” under section 6311 of the Child Protective Services Law (CPSL) (23 P.S. § 6311), as amended, that EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1,2015, all persons applying for issuance of an initial license shall be required to complete 3 hours of DHS-approved training in child abuse recognition and reporting requirements as a condition of licensure.

Additionally, EFFECTIVE WITH THE FIRST LICENSE RENEWAL AFTER JANUARY 1, 2015, all health-related licensees and funeral directors applying for the renewal of a license issued by the Board shall be required to complete at least 2 hours of Board-approved continuing education in child abuse recognition and reporting requirements as a condition of renewal.

Please note that Act 31 applies to all health-related licensees, regardless of whether they are subject to the continuing education requirements of the applicable board. More information regarding this requirement will be posted on the BPOA website when it is available.

The Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse Training offered by Pennsylvania Family Support Alliance, (PFSA) is approved by the Departments of Public Welfare, Education and State. The training meets the requirements for Acts 126 and 31. PFSA is also approved for PQAS credit.

 

12/3/2016 7:30 AM - 11:00 AM/Author: Jennifer Porter /Number of views (1223)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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