Infection Control in the Dental Setting:
Understanding Emerging Diseases Part 2*
I just want to go home: Developing Protocols for the Dental Setting
for prevention of disease transmission
with Noel Kelsch, RDH, RDHAP, MS
sponsored by Colgate and Hu-Friedy
(2) CE webinar
*Please note it is not necessary to attend part 1
of the course to attend part 2
After taking this live interactive course the attendee will be able to:
· Identify areas to “break” the chain of infection and its impact in the dental environment
· Recognize COVID 19’s impact in the dental environment
· Implement and evaluate workplace application of infection control in the dental settings including personal protective equipment, protocols and procedures
Over the years, many diseases have captured headlines and made us all aware of our susceptibility. As diseases emerge into the spotlight, many concepts in prevention can finally be grasped and the importance of standard precautions in the dental setting brought to the forefront in health care and the public sector. During the first course we reviewed emerging diseases, the chain of infection and disease preventive measures. The 2nd part of the course we will review current findings, dispel myths in relation to COVID 19 and help you prepare to develop protocols and procedures for to keep dental professionals, patients and community safe. Please send your questions in advance to N.email@example.com so we can cover the topics you are needing. Put the subject line on the email covid19 question.
Noel is an international speaker, writer, researcher and Director of Cabrillo College Dental Hygiene Program. She is passionate about oral health and infection control and has the uncanny ability to motivate and enlighten audiences through her unique humor and cutting edge information. She is the infection control columnist, a syndicated newspaper columnist and has been published in many books and magazines. Noel’s research on infection control and cross contamination continues to enlighten dental professionals and protect patients.
September 12, 2020
Treating Dentin Hypersensitivity And Managing Erosion with
8:30am At-The-Door Registration
9am to 1:30pm
Residence Inn Oxnard River Ridge
2101 W. Vineyard Ave. Oxnard, CA 93036
This course follows the guidelines of the Academy of Laser Dentistry for a Basic Proficiency Laser Certification and the American National Safety Institute for Laser Safety.
Our goal is to promote and support our members and student hygienists. We provide a professional and friendly atmosphere where hygienists can come together and share ideas, information, community service and attend continuing education meetings. We are proud to be members of our professional organization and encourage others to join us!
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