INCLUDES NSBDE CE Required for License Renewal: Dental Law & Ethics + Infection Prevention / OSHA + Substance Abuse + Risk Mgmt. 9 CE: Las Vegas SEPT 7 2018
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Dr. Daniel L. Orr II, DDS, PhD, JD, MD, MS (Anesthesiology) Director and Professor of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery and a member of the CA Bar and Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. Dr. Orr is a board certified Anesthesiologist and Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon practicing in Las Vegas, NV. At the UNLV School of Dental Medicine he is Professor and Director of OMS and Anesthesiology. The Advanced Dental CE jurisprudence course is a highlighted review of Dr. Orr's senior student level Jurisprudence course at the UNLV School of Dental Medicine.
Dental Law & Ethics: Whats In Your Dental Practice Act
Recommended for Healthcare Professionals. A legal overview of Nevada Regulations that govern the practice of dentistry: duties delegable to dental auxiliaries to maximize employee practice potential: advocate for standards of care to avoid liability.
Infection Prevention *NSBDE APPROVED Revised Infection Control Regulation NAC 631.178*
Dr. Edward E. Herschaft: Professor and Interim Chairperson of the Dept of Medical Sciences at UNLV School of Dental Medicine. Vice President of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences. Dr. Herschaft has published and presented extensively on subjects regarding the relationships between oral and maxillofacial pathology , oral medicine, pharmacology, and forensic dentistry
Course Description: This 4 hr course will discuss the Centers for Disease Control Guidelines for Dentistry and subsequent updates regarding proper infection control standards and recommendations.
— Differentiate between OSHA and CDC Guidelines
— Demonstrate how to avoid cross contamination in your practice
— Concentrate on safe implementation of inexpensive practices to protect you, personnel, and your patients
— Review the Centers for Disease Control infection control guidelines
Substance Abuse ***NSBDE APPROVED***
Opioid Abuse Course Description: This two hour lecture presentation will provide the participant with evidence-based information regarding the science, and solution to the current problem concerning misuse of centrally acting opioid analgesics for acute dental pain. The use of alternative non-centrally acting obtundent medications will be described according to current guidelines established by the FDA, CDC and ADA