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 OSAP 2017 Annual Conference - The Safest Dental Visit™ Make It Happen!

TITLE Early Bird Education: Infection Control Requirements: What, So What, Now What?

 

DESCRIPTION

OSHA, APIC, IAHCSMM and more. What certifications are available to demonstrate competency for dental infection control? What does “certify” or “certified” mean? What organizations are qualified to certify? Who do the state and national regulatory agencies recognize? What does it mean when an organization or individual CE provider carries the AGD PACE and/or ADA CERP designations? How might one “curate” the infection control content available? When someone calls themselves an expert, are there ways to validate this? This presentation will address these questions and more. Educators, consultants and other leaders in infection control will better appreciate the landscape of infection control regulations, why it is important to know the vocabulary and what is coming down the road.

 

 

SPEAKER(S)

 Cindy Durley MEd, MBA

 

 

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

After attending this program, participants should be able to:

  • Differentiate between and among OSHA and agencies that issue certifications to infection control professionals.

  • Differentiate among credentialing terms (e.g., licensure, registration, certificates, professional certifications, accreditation). 

  • Understand the federal and state regulatory landscapes for infection control professionals in dental settings.

  • Understand what level of assurance CE provider recognition programs provide when evaluating CE courses related to credential maintenance.

  • Identify ways to potentially assess expertise through credential verification.

 

 

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