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May 27 - 29, 2020 | USD $2500 | Saint Paul, Minnesota
This Course has been CANCELLED. AHE Certified Surgical Cleaning Technician (CSCT) Summer Workshop is organized by Association for the Health Care Environment (AHE) and will be held from May 27 - 29, 2020 at Ecolab, Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States of America. Course Description: The Certified Surgical Cleaning Technician (CSCT) program prepares trainers to conduct certification training for surgical cleaning technicians, ensuring they are knowledgeable, skilled and fully prepared for their role in the operating room. Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
Jul 30 - Aug 01, 2020 | CE Credits 18 | Saint Paul, Minnesota
This conference has been POSTPONED Actual Dates: Apr 23 - 25, 2020 Revised Dates: Jul 30 - Aug 01, 2020 137th Annual Scientific Session Star of the North Meeting 2020 is organized by Minnesota Dental Association (MDA) and will be held from Apr 23 - 25, 2020 at Saint Paul RiverCentre, Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States of America. Accreditation: The Star of the North Meeting provides a number of opportunities for both dentists and dental team members to earn CE credits. Attendees can earn up to six CE credits per day, plus you’ll earn three elective credits just for attending the meeting! Conference Description: The 2020 Star of the North conference h colleagues to share best practices and reconnect. You simply can’t get this friendship and exchange of ideas sitting at home doing online CE courses. Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.
Aug 14 - 15, 2020 | Credit Hour 6 | USD $235 | Saint Paul, Minnesota
55th Annual Dental Assistants' Seminar: Do Great Things - Live Session is organized by University of Minnesota - Continuing Professional Development and will be held from Aug 14 - 15, 2020 at Wilder Center (Amherst H. Wilder Foundation), Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States of America. Accreditation: This CME Conference has been approved with a maximum of 6 Fundamental Credit Hours per day Target Audience: Dental Assistant Description: • Friday, August 14, 2020 Prepare yourself for another year of patient care by joining your peers for our annual dental assistant weekend. This lively event will change the way you see yourself as a leader, advance your understanding of infection control, give you insights into digital dentistry, and more. As a bonus, both days feature opportunities for you to complete your mandatory and core training licensure requirements. Every day, you face a variety of challenges in your job. How you choose to meet those challenges impacts your life. In Friday’s fast-moving and interactive course, we'll explore the typical dental assistant's four main job-related concerns - money, respect, teamwork, and attitude. Together we will identify steps toward embracing your potential and leadership mindset. Discover how to use this new mindset to turn conflict into cooperation, avoid common infection control mistakes, and realize your full practice potential. Learn what you’re doing right and what you can do to lead improvements within your dental practice – while reducing office tension, ethical differences, and stress. Learn How To • Identify on-the-job challenges that could affect performance and happiness • Understand the steps that can be taken to minimize the effects of those challenges • Explore how to have a more productive and fulfilling career as a dental assistant • Explore the biggest mistakes that cost a practice countless hours and resources • Identify how to avoid common infection control mistakes in your practice • Discuss why systems and infection control protocols must be in place to have a successful office and team • Identify the daily challenges that affect team performance, ethical behavior, productivity, and patient care • Dissect your daily battles and learn how to create ethical systems the entire team can agree on • Discover how every team member can feel valued at the end of the day • Saturday, August 15, 2020 We’ve dedicated Saturday to ensuring your success in four key areas of dental assisting. Enrich your knowledge of the best means to comply with infection control requirements, limiting the threat of exposure to your dental team and your patients. Learn how you can enhance your patients’ experience by examining innovative ways to integrate technology into every new patient appointment—from photography to voice activation, radiography to ultrasound technology, digital scanning, and more. Develop new strategies to interface with your lab partners, build your artistic skill, and increase patient satisfaction by learning the next generation of materials, information requirements, and techniques. And discover methods to maximize your charting procedures—taking detailed notes during or immediately following every patient appointment—and including the required, crucial information. Learn How To • Identify common chemical disinfectants, sterilization factors, and indicators • Explain the differences between cleaning, disinfecting, and sterilizing and recommended protocols for all three processes • Define standard components and purpose of personal protective equipment (PPE) • Take high-quality digital images for patient education, case acceptance, and enhanced lab communication • Discuss digital radiography and specific components of technique procedures from parallel techniques to open contacts, including how to position sensors and the patient for better radiographs • Identify your role in the digital imaging process: from software, design, milling, to treating the restoration • Analyze the elements of a valid and complete work order • Discuss unique patient concerns • Address quality concerns with your laboratory partners • Updates records related to chronic conditions and new medications • Recognize the essential requirements of data protection in the digital record age • Ensure charts are complete, based on recognized standards of care
Save Lives One Mouth at a Time: Embracing the Hygienists’ Role as a Healthcare Leader - Live Session
Sep 11, 2020 | Credit Hour 6 | USD $185 | Saint Paul, Minnesota
Save Lives One Mouth at a Time: Embracing the Hygienists’ Role as a Healthcare Leader - Live Session is organized by University of Minnesota - Continuing Professional Development and will be held on Sep 11, 2020 at Wilder Center (Amherst H. Wilder Foundation), Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States of America. Accreditation: This CME Conference has been approved with a maximum of 6 Fundamental Credit Hours Target Audience: Dental Hygienist Description: Want to be the best provider you can be for your patients, but find technology, attitudes, or holes in your system are roadblocks to success? Update your skills and practice from the best of the best in dental hygiene innovation. Jamie Marboe, RDH, BS, will inspire you with her 35+ years of hygiene consulting experience, licensed hygiene advancements, University clinical instruction, and software training expertise. This two-part day—designed for building leadership in dental hygiene—puts you at the center. The morning features new methods for creating a high-performance hygiene team. The afternoon focuses on advancing your team’s skills in addressing periodontal disease—from probing to presenting to planning. Learn team calibration and advanced communication skills, getting everyone speaking the same language, and allowing your patients to truly OWN their OWN disease. Please note that this presenter does not provide a packet of slides to attendees, nor does she allow attendees to photograph or screenshot essential slides. The Inspired Hygiene System: Elevating Services, Systems, and Values Spend a morning advancing your skill sets of a working team that functions from the first patient to the last. Learn the four T’s needed to transform yourself and your hygiene team from day to day employees to business and clinical partners you were meant to be. Learn How To • Establish the high-performing hygiene team approach, using intra-oral photography and co-diagnosis skills to increase restorative enrollment from hygiene • Uncover real-life examples of hygiene departments that went from good to great • Discuss realistic compensation strategies that serve the hygienist, the patient, and the practice • Create strategies to allow doctors to empower and trust their hygienists rather than micromanaging Periodontal Disease: From Probing to Presenting to Planning - Calibrating the Entire Dental Team Tired of the good cop/bad cop hygiene mentality? Feel like sometimes your schedule is Grand Central Station and other times a ghost town? Consider new ways to calibrate the entire dental team for clearer, more effective communications, increased treatment acceptance and higher quality of patient care. Discover step-by-step methods for diagnosis, treatment planning, case presentation, and overcoming obstacles. By the end of the day, you will draft a calibration action plan and distinguish the skills necessary to get your hygiene team on the same page. Learn How To • Identify fundamental inconsistencies with systems and communications from front to back office • Discover effective scheduling techniques to prevent last-minute cancellations and no shows • Eliminate old belief systems (hint: calculus does not always equal periodontal disease and vice versa) • Utilize new perio language without losing patient trust • Eliminate “running over” - keep an hour appointment to an hour • Develop the skills necessary to get everyone speaking the same language
Sep 11, 2020 | Saint Paul, Minnesota
Geriatric Orthopaedic Fracture Conference is organized by University of Minnesota - Continuing Professional Development and will be held on Sep 11, 2020 at The Saint Paul Hotel, Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States of America. Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
Oct 23 - 24, 2020 | Saint Paul, Minnesota
Minnesota Association of Geriatrics Inspired Clinicians (MAGIC) Annual Conference is organized by Minnesota Association of Geriatrics Inspired Clinicians (MAGIC) and will be held from Oct 23 - 24, 2020 at Midland Hills Country Club, Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States of America. Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.
Nov 14, 2020 | Credit Hour 6 | USD $185 | Saint Paul, Minnesota
DA Super-powered Saturday: Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now! - Live Session is organized by University of Minnesota - Continuing Professional Development and will be held on Nov 14, 2020 at Continuing Education and Conference Center, Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States of America. Accreditation: This CME Conference has been approved with a maximum of 6 Fundamental Credit Hours Target Audience: Dental Assistant Description: Complete your required core and mandatory training in one day with this fast-moving day of dental assisting know-how. With presentations from record keeping, and patient communications, to infection control, you'll advance your skills while polishing off the continuing education credits required for DA re-licensure. It's Showtime! Are You Ready? So often, we are hyper-focused on our duties as clinicians, that we forget we are dealing with real people. Because patients make judgments about us in just a few seconds, we may feel like we are playing a character in our very own action film. How can we improve our lives and daily practice by making minor changes? Let's talk openly. Learn How To • Identify the "fun"damentals of your role and how to use these fundamentals to build an empire of excellence • Examine how your persona, attitude, behavior, and language help grow the practice • Identify your level of engagement and consider how increased engagement leads to practice success What You Don't Know CAN Hurt You… and Your Patients Infection control is vital to the safe and effective treatment of your patients. Proper procedures aren't just policy; they help prevent disease and even death. Learn how to prevent the growth of bacteria, the spread of illness, and death. Together we will discuss insights that you can print to the office to protect yourself and maintain federal regulation. Learn How To • Discuss the latest in infection control • Create new ways to improve your workflow • Implement protocols for documentation in infection control 5 Voices of Leadership Did you know that most teams operate at only 60% of their full potential? Over 80% of team members do not feel "heard" or valued at work. Learning how to maximize your leadership voice and understand the views of your team members leads to a more pleasant work environment, better communication, and a more productive dental practice. Learn How To • Increase self-awareness and confidence as you harness your leadership voice • Understand how your view differs from others on your team • Deepen relational trust among team members • Unlock your team's true potential and accelerate team performance Anatomy of Top-notch Record Keeping Dental records have changed significantly over time. While offices still use paper charts, the onset of electronic record keeping afforded us new ways to increase efficiency. Today's dental record is a legal, electronic document, with digital images and photographs, held under the protection of security standards and federal privacy law. It’s imperative to keep excellent documentation and maintain today's standards. Learn How To • Discuss record keeping do's and don'ts • Assess the necessary items to document and why • Learn the "what," "why," and "how" of insurance-ready SOAP notes
Dec 04, 2020 | Credit Hour 6 | USD $315 | Saint Paul, Minnesota
Winter Mandatory & Core Training for the Entire Dental Team - Live Session is organized by University of Minnesota - Continuing Professional Development and will be held on Dec 04, 2020 at Continuing Education and Conference Center, Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States of America. Accreditation: This CME Conference has been approved with a maximum of 6 Fundamental Credit Hours Target Audience: Dental Assistant, Dental Hygienist, Dental Therapist, Dentist, Office or Business Staff, Team Description: Launch your practice into 2021 with insights from three dynamic presenters, while completing your mandatory and core subjects required for re-licensure. Learn new ideas from a community-centered pharmacist and wellness innovator focused on patient-centered care, an enthusiastic dental professional with a penchant for smarter infection control in daily practice, and a high-energy human rights advocate who will help you think through hidden biases that may impact patient care. How to Make New Friends: Partnering with Pharmacists to Promote Patient Health and Wellness Learn How To • Assess how the ten most commonly prescribed medications influence adult patients' oral health, overall health, and wellness • Consider how the ten most common pediatric drugs impact oral health, overall health, and wellness • Develop new methods for partnering with pharmacists and wellness professionals to advance oral health, general health, and wellness within your community • Update patient records, noting insights on common medications and wellness considerations Compliance 2021: Strategies in Infection Prevention and Control Learn How To • Explain the roles and responsibilities of an infection prevention and safety coordinator • Describe methods of evaluating an infection prevention and control program with CDC guidelines • Integrate CDC Guidelines and relevant OSHA, state, and local regulations into an infection prevention and control program When Implicit Bias Impacts Patient Care Learn How To • Define implicit bias and discuss its prevalence • Reflect on our attitudes and stereotypes that operate at a level below conscious awareness • Consider how implicit bias impacts patient-provider interactions, treatment planning, patient adherence, and outcomes • Create partnerships with patients to develop a sense of working on the same team and moving toward common oral health goals