Upcoming Medical Conferences in New JerseySearch Criteria : United States of America
Sep 25, 2019 | CEUs 4.00 | USD $80 | Fairfield, New Jersey
Basic Life Support (BLS) Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) For the Healthcare Provider .. Initial Course is organized by Dental Studies Institute (DSI) and will be held on Sep 25, 2019 at Dental Studies Institute, Fairfield, New Jersey, United States of America. Credits: 4 CEU’s Description: BLS CPR for Healthcare Provider: The BLS for Healthcare Providers course covers core material such as adult and pediatric CPR (including two-rescuer scenarios and use of the bag mask), foreign-body airway obstruction and automated external defibrillation. This course is for healthcare providers such as EMS personnel, physician assistants, doctors, dentists, nurses, respiratory therapists, and lifeguards who must have a credential (card) documenting successful completion of a Healthcare Provider CPR course. The AHA’s new BLS Course has been updated to include science and education from the 2015 Guidelines Update for CPR and ECC. It teaches both single-rescuer and team basic life support skills for application in both pre-hospital and in-facility environments, with a focus on high-quality CPR and team dynamics. Your patients and their families look to you and your staff to provide optimal care for themselves and loved ones while in your office, do you and your staff know what to do in a cardiac arrest situation? Over 47% of cardiac deaths occur outside of the hospital. For every minute a person is in cardiac arrest with shockable rhythms chance of survival goes down 10% for every minute that defibrillation is not performed. This course will provide instruction for one and two person adult, pediatric and infant CPR, rescue breathing, obstructed airway, Automated External Defibrillator use, and use of barrier devices as required by OSHA. As long as all course components are met by each student, the student will receive a “BLS Provider Basic Life Support Certification E-Card by email. This card is the new version of the old “Healthcare Provider” CPR Card .. This is the card that the American Heart Association is providing, and neither us at Dental Studies nor Lifesavers can do anything unfortunate about the layout of the card. It is the BLS CPR for the Healthcare Provider CPR E-Card, even though it doesn’t state that specifically.
Increase Harmony-decrease Stress: How Coaching Impacts Production for Dentists and Their Dental T.E.A.M
Sep 25, 2019 | CEUs 3.00 | USD $85 | Fairfield, New Jersey
Increase Harmony-decrease Stress: How Coaching Impacts Production for Dentists and Their Dental T.E.A.M is organized by Dental Studies Institute (DSI) and will be held on Sep 25, 2019 at Dental Studies Institute, Fairfield, New Jersey, United States of America. Credits: 3 CEU’s Course Description: This course will combine lecture format with an interactive workshop experience. Participants will begin making changes in class in order to re-create the professional environment and personal satisfaction that make dentistry rewarding, The proven principles of composing present tense affirmations, interpreting compelling circumstances as positive life lessons, creating and committing to a progressive action plan, and celebrating small victories as representative of future success are all part of the coaching process. Residing within this framework is the power of language and how your vocabulary limits or inspires you. Learning Objectives: The attendees will be able to: • Identify their personal strengths and challenges • Become familiar with roadblocks to patient compliance • Become acquainted with strategies to handle stress • Build rapport with staff to facilitate efficiency and productivity • Use accountability as a tool to increase harmony and efficiency What I Do: • Share enthusiasm and positive energy with people who are ready to make changes they have identified as necessary for their greater success • Encourage people to envision a future that embraces their dreams and develops their strengths • Guide them in defining their goals and composing their affirmations • Promote the discovery of solutions through the use of resources • Support accountability • To do this, we need amazing communication and coaching skills. • This course provides an introduction to coaching skills and explains how to get team members motivated to relearn conditioned responses and to consider being more productive. • Designed to be interactive and productive, so that participants go home with tools to make change. • Encouraging people to register in pairs or groups will enhance the accountability element.
Sep 26 - 28, 2019 | Newark, New Jersey
PROBE Ethics & Boundaries Course is organized by Center for Personalized Education for Physicians (CPEP) and will be held from Sep 26 - 28, 2019 at Renaissance Newark Airport Hotel, Newark, New Jersey, United States of America. PROBE Ethics and Boundaries Course PROBE is a 2.5 day, non-adversarial ethics and boundaries intervention program for healthcare professionals and trainees whose licenses or careers may be jeopardized by unprofessional or unethical conduct. In-person, small group sessions are team-taught, multidisciplinary, and tailored to each participant’s particular breach, with the aim of achieving remediation and a recommitment to professional ideals. Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
Sep 28, 2019 | USD $70 | Willingboro, New Jersey
Basic Life Support for Providers (BLS) is organized by Lourdes Health System and will be held on Sep 28, 2019 at Lourdes Medical Center of Burlington County, Willingboro, New Jersey, United States of America. Timings: (Morning) 9AM-2PM Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
Bioactive Restoratives for the Clinician and Patient -"giving the Tooth What It Wants" – Clinical Implications & Treatment for Dentists & Hygienists
Oct 02, 2019 | CEU’s 3.00 | USD $85 | Fairfield, New Jersey
Bioactive Restoratives for the Clinician and Patient -"giving the Tooth What It Wants" – Clinical Implications & Treatment for Dentists & Hygienists is organized by Dental Studies Institute (DSI) and will be held on Oct 02, 2019 at Dental Studies Institute, Fairfield, New Jersey, United States of America. Credits: 3 CEU’s Course Description: This program will focus on the use of ACTIVA™ BioACTIVE-RESTORATIVE™, bioactive ionic resin-based composite. The cases highlight the diversity of uses for the material, as well as its durability and reliability for use in pediatric or teenaged patients. This presentation demonstrates the features of bioactive restoratives in a series of clinical cases highlighting the range of applications and benefits. For more than 100 years most dental materials have been formulated to be passive or neutral in the oral environment. Unfortunately, all prospects of being dynamic in the oral environment were missed. Most current restorative materials do not contain the ions the tooth needs to find equilibrium or resins capable of significant ionic diffusion. Recent developments in bioactive resin chemistries and apatite forming mineralized products have created a new way to restore what the tooth has lost, both ionically and biomimetically. These new materials can provide the ions and minerals needed to stimulate apatite formation and enhance the restorative process and patient outcomes. Overview: Bioactive materials that behave favorably in the moist oral environment, neutralize conditions that cause dental caries, provide prevention benefits, and maximize the potential for remineralization will become the accepted standard of dental care. ACTIVA BioACTIVE products are the first dental resins with a bioactive ionic resin matrix, shock-absorbing rubberized resin component, and reactive ionomer glass fillers that mimic the physical and chemical properties of natural teeth. These bioactive materials actively participate in the cycles of ionic exchange that regulate the natural chemistry of our teeth and saliva and contribute to the maintenance of tooth structure and oral health. ACTIVA has the strength, esthetics and physical properties of composites and is more bioactive than glass ionomers,1 combining the best attributes of both materials without compromising either one. ACTIVA chemically bonds and seals teeth against microleakage,2,3 and its continuous release and recharge of significant amounts of calcium, phosphate and fluoride ions provide patients with long-term benefits. ACTIVA BioACTIVE products are tougher and more fracture resistant than composites. Toughness of ACTIVA, measured by deflection at break, is 2-3 times greater than composites and 5-10 times greater than GIs and RMGIs. Key Takeaways: • Restorative materials are constantly under biological assault due to acid attack and the effects of demineralization on tooth structure. • Bioactive restoratives participate in an ionic exchange of calcium, phosphate, and fluoride that helps neutralize acid attack and supports natural remineralization. • These materials address many of the challenges typically associated with the treatment of pediatric and geriatric patients. • Clinical outcomes can vary from patient to patient due to the individual’s oral environment (pH), quality and quantity of saliva, acidic challenge to the tooth-restorative interface (margin), and the patient’s ability to keep these surfaces plaque free (level of home care). • Bioactive restorations address these challenges by participating in an ionic exchange of calcium, phosphate, and fluoride that helps neutralize acid attack and supports the natural remineralization process. Learning Objectives: • How does the science and research community define bioactivity • How do bioactive materials differ from traditional materials • Understand how bioactive materials benefit your practice and patient outcomes • Learn about the life expectancy of current dental restorative materials • Discuss the need for new ideas and concepts in dental materials • Describe the physical characteristics and protocols for use of ACTIVA™ BioACTIVE-RESTORATIVE™ • Review clinical cases that demonstrate the wide range of applications for this material • Discuss ways in which ACTIVA™ BioACTIVE-RESTORATIVE™ advances the category of adhesive dental repair material
Bacteria, Fungi and Parasites…oh My!-the Use of Phase Contrast Microscopy in Improving Periodontal Case Acceptance & Care
Oct 02, 2019 | CEUs 3.00 | USD $85 | Fairfield, New Jersey
Bacteria, Fungi and Parasites…oh My!-the Use of Phase Contrast Microscopy in Improving Periodontal Case Acceptance & Care is organized by Dental Studies Institute (DSI) and will be held on Oct 02, 2019 at Dental Studies Institute, Fairfield, New Jersey, United States of America. Credits: 3 CEU’s Course Summary: Because of the known oral-systemic link, it is more important than ever to have your patients understand and accept periodontal treatment. Unfortunately, many patients resist acceptance and ownership of their disease, which is a daily battle for the hygienist and the dental office. But how can we fight a battle if we don’t know the enemy? Seeing is believing and the use of a phase contrast microscope during case presentation will not only engage your patient to accept their disease, but they will also willingly accept treatment. Using modalities such as phase contrast microscopy, balancing pH and additional evidence-based alternative protocols will successfully improve your case acceptance and patient care. Here you will not only dramatically improve case acceptance your Perio department will thrive which in turn will create a successful practice. Learning Objectives: After completion participants of the course will: • Know the history of the use of phase contrast microscopy in dentistry. • Understand the use of phase-contrast microscopy in identifying periodontal pathogens to improve case acceptance. • Understand why pathogen identification is important, how easy it is to do and how and why your periodontal therapy acceptance will skyrocket. • Learn alternative therapy recommendations for the elimination of periodontal pathogens in office and at home.
Oct 03 - 05, 2019 | CE Credits 22.00 | USD $5395 | East Hanover, New Jersey
Examination & Records Dental Course is organized by The Dawson Academy and will be held from Oct 03 - 05, 2019 at Metropolitan Center for Complete Dentistry, East Hanover, New Jersey, United States of America. This conference has been approved for a maximum of 22 CE Credits. Target Audience: General Dentists, Specialists Course Description: Examination and Records is one of the most important dental courses that a dentist will master on the path to complete dentistry. The cornerstone of the Dawson philosophy begins with a thorough comprehensive examination and the gathering of necessary records accurately. As Dr. Dawson says “every great treatment plan comes from a well organized Records appointment”. Objectives: • Acquire skills to perform a TMJ/Occlusal examination • Learn the co-diagnostic process of the examination and how to ask future focus questions • Evaluate the masticatory system for instability in the TM joints, muscles and teeth • Learn bilateral manipulation and how to obtain an accurate veriﬁable centric relation record • Master the use of a Lucia jig to help obtain a centric relation bite record • Verify how to do a correct face-bow transfer and why it is critical to both the diagnostic and restorative phases of treatment • Mount casts using the face-bow transfer and CR record on a semi- adjustable articulator • Acquire the skills to use a macro digital camera to shoot a series of diagnostic photographs • Begin the implementation process to establish the process of complete dentistry
Stroke Conference 2019 is organized by Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation and will be held from Oct 03 - 04, 2019 at Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation, Saddle Brook, New Jersey, United States of America. Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
Oct 05 - 06, 2019 | CME 15.00 | USD $450 | Freehold, New Jersey
Stroke: Impacting the Under 55 Year Old Population is organized by Healthclick and will be held from Oct 05 - 06, 2019 at CentraState Medical Center Emergency Room, Freehold, New Jersey, United States of America. The target audience for this medical event is for PT, PTA, OT, OTA, AT. This CME Conference has been approved for a maximum of 15 hours of CME credit. CME : This CME Conference has been approved for a maximum of 18 contact hours/1.8 ceu’s for DC, NY or IL therapists. Conference Description : This is a two day advanced course focusing on identification and management of the barriers to achieving good outcomes in the under 55 year old population. In the United States, the incidence of stroke in individuals under the age of 55 continues to increase and billable length-of-stay continues to decrease across the continuum for stroke survivors. This course will help therapists identify the key issues that need to be treated in order to facilitate the “younger” stroke survivor back to active participation in their community. This course will provide review of basic but critical issues in the stroke population such as area of the brain involved and the cognitive, visual, language, and behavioral sequelae. There will be identification and management of comorbitities. The importance of a transdisciplinary team approach across the continuum will be discussed throughout the course. This class provides clinicians with the information they need to know about motor learning, managing fatigue, treatment of the hemiplegic shoulder, and management of hypertonicity to achieve improved outcomes. These are frequently the most complicated issues in stroke rehab and are the most frequent barriers to the stroke survivors progress in therapy and participation in their community. Laura’s sixteen years of experience in the post acute setting provides a clinical perspective on how to treat/manage these issues for the best outcomes. There will be lab sessions for the hemiplegic shoulder, movement analysis, and gait, as well as case studies on neuroanatomy, comorbities, and home program development. Conference Objectives are : • Identify neuroanatomical lesions and subsequent deficits. • Identify cognitive, behavioral, vision, and language deficits post stroke. • Develop strategies for assessing and treating cognitive, behavioral, vision, and language deficits for improved outcomes throughout the continuum. • Identify the impact of comorbidities on outcome and therapy planning. • Define a transdisciplinary approach and describe ways to develop this in your treatment setting. • Define motor learning and identify how to achieve better outcomes by using a motor learning approach. • Define spasticity, dystonia, and spastic dystonia, and identify the best medical and therapy interventions for management. • Identify key movements to analyze, interpretation of the movement observed, and how to set up treatment strategies for improved outcomes. • Identify causes of fatigue in the stroke population and treatment strategies to diminish the impact of fatigue on function. • Identify the pain generators that contribute to hemiplegic shoulder pain, and perform basic treatment techniques for management. • Discuss the most current evidence based information on upper and lower extremity orthotics for the stroke population. • Identify keys to achieving community ambulator status and community integration. • Develop home programs for continued progress not just maintenance. Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
Oct 05 - 06, 2019 | USD $300 | Saddle Brook, New Jersey
Cancer Biomarkers Conference (CBC) IV is organized by University of Mississippi Medical Center (UMMC) and will be held from Oct 5 - 6, 2019 at Saddle Brook Marriott, Saddle Brook, New Jersey, United States of America. Intended Audience: Physicians, Scientist/Researcher PhD, Advance Practice Providers, Trainees (Fellows, Residents, PhD Post Doc Fellows), Lab Technicians, Vendor Attendees and Other Health Care Providers/Community Participants Program Overview: The field of biomarker testing for targets of tyrosine kinas inhibitor therapy and immune therapy is constantly advancing with introduction of new tests and new therapies. The Cancer Biomarker Conference (CBC) series provides real-world practical updates for general community pathologists, molecular pathologists, oncologists and related specialties and professions for this ever-changing field. The conference includes state-of-the-art lectures and panel discussions on specific biomarker testing in solid and hematologic malignancies for TKIs and immune therapies, liquid biopsy, next generation sequencing, preanalytic management, billing, regulations and malpractice for everyday practice as well as the needs and expectations of the oncologist. The CBC is now sponsored by the University of Mississippi Medical Center and the next two-day CME conference will take place at the Saddle Brook New Jersey Marriott in collaboration with local sponsor Princeton Medical Center. Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.