CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSES


CHALLENGES IN THE DENTAL PRACTICE (4 CE)
8:00 AM – 12:30 PM

RADIOLOGY REVIEW FOR DENTAL PRACTITIONERS (2 CE)
1:00 PM – 3:00 PM

CPR RECERTIFICATION

SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 2019
PHILADELPHIA COLLEGE OF OSTEOPATHIC MEDICINE

EVANS HALL
4170 CITY AVENUE
PHILADELPHIA, PA

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CHALLENGES IN THE DENTAL PRACTICE (4 CE)

8:00 AM – 12:30 PM

Dentists and dental specialists encounter many challenges on a daily basis in their practices.  This important update covers many aspects of managing various issues as listed below. Topics covered includes managing bleeding, infection and dental and skeletal trauma. We will explore many areas of vulnerabilities in a dental practice and provide practical tips and tricks to avoid complications, reduce risks and improving patient care.  This course is designed to be attended by the entire dental team and dental specialist practices. 

EVEN IF YOU HAVE REACHED YOUR MAXIMUM AMOUNT OF CREDITS FOR THIS TERM, WE STRONGLY ENCOURAGE YOU AND YOUR TEAM TO TAKE THIS COURSE TO HELP AVOID ANY LIABILITY SUITS.

Everything that you need to know to protect yourself, your practice, your license, your freedom, your mental health and your family. This course explores areas of vulnerability in a dental practice to include but not limited to the following:

  • To improve quality of patient care
  • To stimulate thought & trigger discussion among your office team members
  • To increase awareness of vulnerabilities in your practice
  • To help prevent unnecessary malpractice lawsuits

Areas of discussion:

  • Essentials of proper documentation & record maintenance
  • Importance of informed consent
  • Importance of doctor-patient communications
  • Explore proper diagnosis, early detection and prevention of adverse effects
  • Importance of timely referrals to specialists or to an emergency room
  • A brief review of dental infection management
  • Managing bleeding during and after a dental procedure
  • Auxiliary staff performance causing malpractice claims
  • Failure to follow a manufacturer’s directions
  • Failure to understand state dental laws
  • Sexual harassment issues at work
  • Laws regarding release of dental records

SPEAKER: 
MANSOOR MADANI, DMD

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RADIOLOGY REVIEW FOR DENTAL PRACTITIONERS (2 CE)

1:00 PM – 3:00 PM

Radiation in dentistry is an invaluable tool which can be very beneficial to providing the correct diagnosis and treatment. However, radiation can pose serious risks to both the patient and the staff if not used properly. The course will review the essentials in radiation safety, biological effects of radiation, quality assurance, quality control and case presentations. NOTE: This course will cover all of the requirements mandated by the Department of State and the Department of Environmental Protection’s Bureau of Radiation Protection regarding the critical importance of safe and effective use of radiation in dentistry. 

This CE course has been approved by The Department of Environmental Protection
on radiation safety training as required by the Bureau.

MODERATOR:
MANSOOR MADANI, DMD

SPEAKERS: 
ARTHUR KUPERSTEIN, DDS
Clinical Assistant Professor of Oral Medicine

Penn Dental Medicine

MEL MUPPARAPU, DMD
Professor of Oral Medicine, Director of Radiology and
Program Director of the Oral & Maxillofacial Radiology Fellowship

Penn Dental Medicine

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CPR RECERTIFICATION

Session I: 7:00 AM – 8:00 AM
(If taking BOTH Dental Challenges AND Radiology)

Session II: 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM
(If taking Radiology but NOT taking the Dental Challenges course)

Session III: 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM
(If taking Radiology but NOT taking the Dental Challenges course)

Session IV: 12:30 PM -1:30 PM
(If taking the Dental Challenges course OR not taking any CE courses) 

Session V: 1:30 PM -2:30 PM
(If taking the Dental Challenges course OR not taking any CE courses) 

Session VI: 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM 
(If taking the BOTH Dental Challenges AND Radiology)



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To receive a refund, payments/cancellations must be received no later than 3/15/19.

*A $30 late fee will be applied to CE courses if paying on or after 3/16/19.
* A $10 late fee will be applied to the CPR course if  paying on or after 3/16/19.
*If mailing a check, the envelope must be post marked prior to 3/15/19.

EASY WAYS TO REGISTER:
1. ONLINE
2. PHONE: Call us at (610) 667-6161 and pay via credit card over the phone
3. FAX: (610) 617-9275 Fill out the form and fax it with your credit card number.